Big highlights include seemingly endless selections from brands like Madewell and Lou & Grey, both of which are offering an extra percentage off already marked-down inventory. Plus, cult-favorite beauty brand Stila is offering 40% off select items in honor of breast cancer awareness, with all proceeds going to a foundation that provides free support services to women living with cancer. Madewell: Now through Monday, Madewell is offering an extra 30% off all sale styles in stores and online.
The mega-successful subscription box continues to dominate the fashion tech space. Stitch Fix, the fashion startup that’s risen to meteoric success over the six years since it was founded, is taking its business public. The company filed for initial public offering this afternoon, revealing in the listing that it’s brought in $977.1 million in sales for fiscal 2017, more than double the $342.8 million it brought in back in 2015.
Sephora and Pantone Universe have been known to churn out some pretty-looking products since they first teamed up back in 2012 to celebrate tangerine as the color of the year — and these Correct + Conceal palettes are no exception. For the next week, you can pick up the palette in both its light and dark iterations for more than half-off at $20 as part of Sephora’s Weekly Wow deal. If you’re not in the market for some new concealer, there are a bunch of other very worthwhile deals happening at Sephora this week, all ringing in at half-off.
Here, I’ve outlined brands in a bunch of different price ranges that make great leather jackets. Whatever you’re willing to spend, you can definitely find the perfect moto jacket on this list. If you don’t have a huge budget (from a style perspective, at least), the fast-fashion retailer makes some of the best faux leather jackets on the market.
The brand’s beauty products have a cult following in Japan, but not yet in the US. Muji, Japan’s great housewares chain, has started to make inroads in the US, with stores proliferating on both coasts. Defined by its minimalist designs and ubiquity, Muji’s closest amalgam might be Ikea, but with way, way less furniture and way nicer housewares, plus clothes and books.
In February, after Nordstrom said that it no longer planned to stock Ivanka Trump products, there were a few big questions at the fevered intersection of politics and fashion. Nordstrom said that it was cutting ties with Ivanka Trump because of poor sales, but the label had also become a lightning rod for consumers’ feelings about the new president, simultaneously the target of boycotts and shopping sprees. Numbers from the e-commerce aggregator Lyst show that growth in Ivanka Trump’s order volume peaked massively in February.
The duo includes the Daily Oil Wash ($18) and the Daily Perfecting Cream ($22), which are available separately, but you can save $5 if you grab them as a duo package. The Daily Oil Wash is formulated with a blend of seven oils, including sunflower seed oil to help the skin retain moisture, grapeseed oil for antioxidant benefits like skin-brightening vitamin C, plus others that are known to be wildly efficient moisturizers for softer skin, such as coconut, olive, and soybean oils. Unlike typical drugstore body washes, which can leave your skin feeling dry, you won’t find any soap or water (0 percent) in these formulations.
Five years ago, The Mindy Project introduced audiences to the colorful and chaotic world of Dr. Mindy Lahiri, creator and star Mindy Kaling’s alter ego. Since then, we’ve watched Mindy grow both as a working professional and a woman looking for love — and from navigating the New York City dating scene to opening a fertility clinic to becoming a mom, she’s done it all while dressed in some truly memorable clothes. Today, the sixth and final season premieres on Hulu, and costume designer Salvador Perez went all out for Mindy’s last hurrah.
Today’s Apple event features the debut of the iPhone 8, iOS 11, and the new Apple Watch. It also involved an extremely pink, extremely lacy trench coat that is arguably more important than any of those other things. The coat in question belongs to Angela Ahrendts, Apple’s senior vice president of retail and the former CEO of Burberry.
While we’ve technically got until the solstice to call it "summer," Labor Day weekend is widely observed as your last unofficial chance for getting in that picnic, barbecue, or beach trip before September really gets underway. But it’s also good for something else — namely, sweet deals. Pretty much every major retailer gets in on the sales frenzy, as do a number of indie brands. They’re not waiting ‘til the weekend, either, with a bunch of discounts live since last week.We’ve pulled together the best of them below. ...
The Holocaust-era badge is making an appearance in pop culture. Germany was already steeped in anti-Semitism. In November 1938 there was Kristallnacht, a night of mass destruction of Jewish businesses, homes, and synagogues.
Like Halo Top and Glossier before it, this summer the Out of Office straw hat has stalked me across the internet. Ask any woman currently sitting in a Dry Bar and trust me, she’ll have an opinion on the chatty, oversized sun hats that were this summer’s (and probably last summer’s) Instagram Explore must-have.
If you found yourself in New York around 15th Street on the far west side recently, you might have noticed a simple billboard lofted above the High Line (it’s since replaced by an image of a lolling Emily Ratajkowski for DKNY). It wasn’t much, just a black field upon which sat a quote in white block text, attributed to Gabrielle Chanel: “I decided who I wanted to be, and that is who I am.” It was the kind of readymade inspirational aphorism that seems lab-engineered for marketing copy — a “Just Do It” for the two-tone slingback set.
Activewear from Nike to Net-a-Sporter, and everything in between. The activewear market has exploded in the past few years with countless new workout and athleisure brands — not to mention that just about every fashion retailer has added or expanded its activewear lineup. Needless to say, there's a lot to wade through when it comes to sports bras, running tights, and yoga tank tops.
So I pretended — to myself and the world — that I wasn’t one. It’s a familiar scene — almost. A few years ago, as I got ready for whatever alienating temp job I was working at the time, I stood in front of the mirror finishing my makeup routine. I started with foundation to cover my greying skin, followed by powder to offset the sweating; next came blush to add some color and life to my face. Heavy eye concealer was crucial, eyeliner to cover the red rims, and mascara for flourish. ...
Here are eight that we love. I’m a really big fan of clothes that help me look less tired and more put-together than I really am. I’m an even bigger fan of clothes that I can wear through multiple seasons, which is why I've grown partial to oversized blazers. A blazer inherently says you’ve got your shit together; when it’s a touch oversized, the silhouette communicates the same thing without coming across as stuffy. It’s an awesome styling trick because it instantly polishes up whatever else you’ve got going on. ...
High above the streets of New York’s Garment District, designer Audra Noyes sits at a low table, flipping through photos of a model with Jim Morrison curls dressed in her fall collection. Noyes moves through the images deliberately, verbally deconstructing the looks for the woman beside her, Susan Sherman, a client who has been buying her clothing for over a year. The mirrored space they’re in opens into a packed but brightly-lit workroom belonging to one of Noyes’s manufacturers, where a handful of people are in one stage or other of clothing assemblage.
On WCKA’s "Tradeline," there still is. Not long ago a woman called Tradeline to say she had hand-fed cockatiels for sale for $60. Tradeline is a radio show in northeast Alabama that consists almost entirely of people in the listening area calling in to describe items they own that they are ready to part with, either by selling or giving them away.
And unlike her character, she loves a good stiletto. As the tough-as-nails superhero Jessica Jones in Netflix’s Marvel universe, Krysten Ritter wears basically the same outfit in every scene. But while the actress and her character share a love of leather jackets, worn-in jeans, and moto boots, Ritter’s got a softer side — a fact evident in both her passion for knitting (#krystenknitter) and her preference for sparkle on the red carpet. ...
From Creatures of Comfort to Topshop. When it’s mid-August and there are three weekends left until Labor Day, it can feel like summer’s over, especially with the influx of new denim, heavy knits, and other fall pieces filling store windows (and home pages). But in much of the country, warm weather doesn't let up until at least October. You can absolutely still buy summer clothes — you should just be buying them on sale. ...
In the interest of putting a dent in the taboo surrounding male hair loss (and to assuage our own nosiness), we spoke to seven male-identifying people at various ages and stages of hair loss. “I started balding at the end of college and was, initially, pretty bummed.
In 1904, widowed seamstress Lena Bryant began making maternity clothing out of a storefront she rented for $12.50 a month, including a stretch waistband dress that would launch her into the echelons of retail royalty. A bank officer managing her business account misspelled her name as “Lane,” hence the beginning of Lane Bryant’s longtime domination of the plus-size apparel world. Below is our list of the best places to shop for plus-size clothing online, broken down by category, from basics that’ll come in under $50 to the upscale designers.
It’s part of ThredUp’s new “Shop Her Closet” series. No matter how you felt about her final rose ceremony (#TeamPeter forever), you have to admit that Rachel Lindsay survived her stint as The Bachelorette with admirable grace and compassion, despite having to deal with some of the darkest moments in franchise history. Hosting Lindsay’s wardrobe sale is a smart move for the online consignment store, considering how many fans follow Bachelor Nation fashion.
When I finally convinced my parents that I was old enough to wear makeup outside of dance recitals’ garish red lipstick and deep blush, Clinique was what they bought me. As a low-key brand not known for a bubbly social team swatching until their phone battery dies, Clinique has largely not embraced the age of Instagram makeup. Despite the lack of big-name collaborations and its nonplussed social approach, the nearly 50-year-old brand remains an important part of the Estée Lauder Companies’ push to reach those critical younger dollars.
Culottes are year-round. I’m the proud owner of this Gap culotte jumpsuit, an item of clothing that combines two things I strongly dislike into one I absolutely adore. How did I end up here? I was playing a private game of retail dress-up, in which I try on outfits specifically because I think they’ll look terrible. Slowly but surely, I’m building an impressive collection of unflattering photos of myself wearing everything from illusion mesh to a velour bodysuit. ...