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Racked National : The National Shopping, Stores, and Retail Scene Blog

Racked National : The National Shopping, Stores, and Retail Scene Blog



Only Two Companies Are Making Trump-Brand Products Now  

There used to be 19. Before Donald Trump landed in the White House, one of the ways the real estate mogul made money was by licensing his name to sell ties, cologne, underwear, and other consumer goods. According to the Washington Post, that business has shrunk considerably. Three years ago, there were as many as 19 companies making Trump-branded merchandise. Today, only two — one in Panama and one in Turkey — are producing Trump products. Trump began licensing his name in 2004...

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2018-04-13 12:20:02



Glitter Sunscreen Doesn't Seem Like Such a Great Idea  

Because of the ocean, among other things. Body glitter feels like a very early-'00s, Paris Hilton/Britney/Xtina proposition. But two recent events in the beauty world have brought it to the forefront of our collective consciousness again. First, there's Fenty Beauty's new luminizing collection, featuring a glitter pom-pom and a liquid shimmer product called Body Lava, all alluringly showcased by brand founder "Shine Bright Like a Diamond" Rihanna on her Instagram. Then s...

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2018-04-13 11:00:02



What the Rana Plaza Disaster Changed About Worker Safety  

Ivanka Trump's company is one of many Western brands that use Bangladeshi labor. It was business as usual in Rana Plaza in Bangladesh's Dhaka District on April 24, 2013. Hundreds of garment workers reported to work like always. But the day before, they'd noticed an unsettling sight: cracks in the walls of the multi-story building. Still, the laborers were told to return to work the next morning. That decision proved catastrophic. The plaza — home to clothing factories, apa...

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2018-04-13 09:30:02



Starting Today, Everyone Will Be Dressed Like a Picnic Blanket  

Welcome to picnic blanket season. Every year, after the snow goes but before the leaves return, there is a day in which suddenly, everyone is dressed like a picnic blanket. Today is that day! Look around. Does the abrupt influx of gingham make you want to arrange an outdoor potluck? Same! Reformation Maggie dress, $198; Reformation Lavender dress, $218 Are you currently scouring recipe websites for fun and unique fruit salad ideas? Me too! A

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2018-04-12 14:00:03



Students in Florida Are Calling for a Bra Boycott  

It's a reaction to a student who had to cover her nipples with Band-Aids. A Florida high school student named Lizzy Martinez says that last week she was made to cover her nipples with Band-Aids by the dean at her high school. Now, Martinez and fellow teens in Florida are calling for a nationwide student boycott of bras, which they are dubbing "Bracott," slated for Monday, April 16. support the #bracott pic.twitter.com/HI0i9vDF60— liz (@lizzymartineez) April 12, 2018 M...

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2018-04-12 13:00:05



New Ocean's 8 Trailer Gives Us More Met Gala and More Rihanna  

And, more importantly, a glimpse at the dresses each character wears. By law, Ocean's 8 was always going to be a good movie: There's the A-list ensemble cast, the fact that it takes place at the Met Gala with its plethora of potential cameos, and a whole bunch of diamonds. Even if it ends up being a not-great movie, it'll still be a good movie. You get it. Today, however, we got even more hints about the heist that's about to go down on the first Monday in May. The just-rel...

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2018-04-12 09:32:17



The Acne Issue  

A conversations about how we talk about, think about, and deal with acne. Racked loves skin care. This isn't much of a surprising admission: We've written about how it's not a scam (and when it probably is), the best products, the notable trends, the steals, the brands you want to know more about. But for all our talk about skin, we don't talk very much about acne as anything other than an issue to be solved. "Body positivity" is such a popular concept that it's consid...

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2018-04-12 09:00:27



A Dermatologist Explains All the Ways to Treat Acne  

Yeah, acne treatment can be complex, but this is how doctors think about it when coming up with a plan. Acne affects about 50 million people every year, according to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), with treatment costing more than $3 billion annually. And it's definitely not only a teen thing. The AAD also notes that acne cases have been increasing in women in their 30s and older. While it's easy to brush off as a vanity issue, the AAD calls the potential negative psy...

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2018-04-12 09:00:23



The Classist Implications of 'Bad Skin'  

Having imperfect skin can have real sociocultural ramifications. Leviticus says a lot of things, most of which we blessedly don't have to listen to anymore, if we ever did. But it's a reminder that attention has always been paid to skin. According to Leviticus 13:3-4, if you had a zit, you were quarantined for a week, and if it was worse, you had to burn your clothes or were kicked out of the neighborhood. If you squint, you can maybe see how fear of infection and disease led t...

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2018-04-12 09:00:18



Acne Treatment Used to Include Poisoning Yourself a Lot  

A history of the scientific blistering of maggot pimples, pustules, and papules by the most efficacious substances such as mercury. As a historian with acne, few things irritate me more than people trying to claim that acne cases exploded in the modern era. The history of acne has been covered in both the popular and scholarly press; at this point, there's no excuse for this misinformation. The resilient belief that our superior past lifestyles prevented acne from forming comes ou...

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2018-04-12 09:00:15



This Huge Acne Forum Has a Community of 641,596 Members and Growing  

Acne.org's very, very active forums are a place for tips, commiseration, and empathy. The homepage of Acne.org looks like a zit cream advertisement thinly veiled as an online resource. Scrolling down, you see a list of recommended readings like "Alcohol and Acne," ads for the Acne.org regimen, a slew of product reviews, and a gallery of photos of blemish-ridden faces. Then you see forums — very, very active forums: "Scarless Healing," formed just one minute ago; "I...

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2018-04-12 09:00:12



The Sketchy Reasons Big Pharma Can Charge Over $500 for Acne Face Cleanser  

Because health care is broken. My son and I are at the ages where we're both going through hormonal turmoil — puberty and perimenopause, respectively. It's showing up on our faces as angry, inflamed pimples that neither one of us can keep under control with over-the-counter medications. I was ordering our must-have CosRX pimple patches 10 packs at a crack at one point. Finally, it was time for both of us to visit the dermatologist. After my appointment, I went to the pharmacy...

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2018-04-12 09:00:10



The Acne Issue   

Racked loves skin care. This isn't much of a surprising admission: We've written about how it's not a scam (and when it probably is), the best products, the notable trends, the steals, the brands you want to know more about. But for all our talk about skin, we don't talk very much about acne as anything other than an issue to be solved. "Body positivity" is such a popular concept that it's considered a movement (a movement that has its own Wikipedia page, no less), bu...

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2018-04-11 14:30:02



Are Mannequins Being Replaced by... Plants?  

The shop window of the Fifth Avenue Banana Republic in Manhattan has been looking more alive lately. It's pretty much old news that stores are struggling. Foot traffic is dwindling, losing an uphill battle to the convenience of online shopping, and storefronts are shutting their doors by the hundreds. Brands have tried everything from deep discounts to experiential retail to offering branded Airbnbs. But there's one thing left to try, apparently, to pander to the taste of every ...

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2018-04-11 11:20:01



Polyvore Is Not Coming Back  

Its new parent company, Ssense, confirms that it's gone for good. An online petition to "bring back Polyvore," a collaging and style discovery website and app that was unceremoniously shut down last Thursday, quickly cleared its target of 5,000 signatures. The goal was extended: 15,000 signatures. As of this morning, more than 13,300 people had added their names to the appeal. But despite the loud outcry from longtime Polyvore fans, the service is not coming back. Polyvore's...

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2018-04-11 10:30:02



Shopping Is Still Segregated   

As gentrification spreads in midsize cities, the divide between shoppers grows even greater. You need a bra. Your youngest kid has weaned at 13 months, and now your sagging, milk-drained breasts need some support. You want a bra that is sturdy and well made. No underwires stabbing your flesh after poking through a shoddily made cup. You need something that will lift firmly, support and cover the side boob, and give you smooth, seamless lines underneath the clothes you also have to

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2018-04-11 10:11:48



Why Mark Zuckerberg Wore a Suit for His Congressional Testimony  

The hoodie CEO is shifting his style in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data breach. For once, Mark Zuckerberg looks like what he is: a businessman. Testifying at a joint hearing before two Senate committees about his company's role in the Cambridge Analytica data breach scandal, the Facebook CEO wore a navy suit, pale blue tie, and crisp white shirt. It's a big deal for a man whose signature look is deliberately casual — hoodies, fitted T-shirts, and jeans — and who hel...

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2018-04-10 12:00:02



I Made a Massive Spreadsheet of All My Clothes  

The real numbers behind my wardrobe. One morning in November 2016, shortly after I switched career paths from political organizing to teaching personal finance, I looked in my closet and realized I hated nearly everything inside. Looking through my clothing, I realized just how little I had chosen for myself intentionally, thanks to my punk-rock cheapskate habits. Over the next year, I set myself a budget of $1,000 to completely redo my wardrobe. And as a devoted data geek, it was

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2018-04-10 11:25:45



Everything You Need to Know About Deciem, Parent Company of The Ordinary  

Deciem is one of the buzziest companies in the beauty industry. Deciem, the parent company of skincare brand The Ordinary, is one of the hottest new companies in the beauty industry thanks to its simple, affordable skincare products. The company has also been plagued by internal chaos in 2018, and founder Brandon Truaxe has been pretty vocal on the company's Instagram account. Here's a collection of all of Racked's reporting on Deciem and The Ordinary.

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2018-04-10 09:30:01



Frida Kahlo, All the Cool Girls, and Me  

The Mexican painter's image has been appropriated for style, but not her politics. A strong brow is a good look in 2018. All the smart, cool women I know are trying to make their eyebrows look bolder, darker — which is to say, straight-up hairier. A strong brow — achieved with makeup, by forgoing waxing, or even with a semipermanent tattoo — can change your whole face, so the thinking goes, can make you look both serious and effortlessly chic at the same time. I have a hard...

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2018-04-09 15:06:35



Beauty Vitamins Are Everywhere On Instagram. Don't Fall For Them.  

There's no good evidence that they can deliver on the results they promise.

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2018-04-09 11:50:02



Ivanka Trump Clothing Will Conveniently Be Exempt From New Tariffs  

How lucky! President Trump's proposed $100 billion in tariffs on Chinese products will affect, among others, the robotics, information technology, communications, and aerospace industries. Not included: "domestic consumer goods" such toys and clothing, according to a report from ThinkProgress. This is particularly convenient for Ivanka Trump, whose eponymous clothing brand manufactures in China. The Washington Post notes that US officials used algorithms to calculate tariffs t...

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2018-04-09 09:30:02



Kids Are Getting Cosmetic Ear Surgery Because of Bullying  

Even preschoolers are going under the knife to get their ears "fixed." Braidon Fugal is just 12 years old, but next month the Utah student plans to get cosmetic surgery. Born prematurely with undeveloped lungs, Braidon spent his first weeks of life connected to tubes. They kept him from lying down on both sides, causing his left ear to stick out. "Doctors told me to put a headband on him, but that didn't work," says his mother, Melissa Gerard. She couldn't keep the band ...

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2018-04-06 16:45:01



Polyvore Was Just Shut Down By Ssense. But Why?  

The end came suddenly, and users are more than a little pissed. On Thursday, Polyvore users were alerted to an upsetting piece of news: The website, where anyone could go to make outfit collages and mood boards, had suddenly shut down after being acquired by the high-end fashion retailer Ssense. In a note to its "Polyfam," Polyvore explained that its operations and app had been discontinued. By that time, its website already redirected to Ssense. On Twitter and Instagram, the re...

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2018-04-06 12:40:02



Clementines Are Everywhere in Fashion Now  

They've been popping up at Mansur Gavriel, Anthropologie, and Maryam Nassir Zadeh. If there is a single type of houseplant that defines our modern era, it is the hardy, adorable succulent. Of course it is. Succulents and cacti are hard to kill and look great on Instagram, making them the perfect match for the busy and socially self-conscious. (Everyone I know!) But there's room for more than one type of plant in our hearts and egos, so the fiddle leaf fig, grandiose and finicky,...

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2018-04-06 10:30:02



We Talked to The Ordinary's Creator About Trump, Firing People, and Instagram  

On our call with Deciem CEO Brandon Truaxe, he also teased a mysterious announcement. Deciem, the beauty company best known for its super-inexpensive skincare line The Ordinary, has become the beauty world's version of reality TV. Its founder, Brandon Truaxe, interacts with customers in a way that is completely unprecedented; in an industry that historically doesn't publish any sort of messaging without getting approval from three layers of executives and months of market resear...

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2018-04-06 09:30:02



The Secrets Behind the Most Impossibly Perfect Hair on Reality TV  

I can't stop staring at Lauren Wirkus's hair. The closest I have ever come to a Summer House experience was a weekend at a house on Fire Island, and before the ferry had even brought us ashore, my hair was already the wind-battered, salt-ridden texture of a North Atlantic fisherman's beard. Needless to say, Lauren Wirkus does not have this problem. Wirkus is a cast member on Summer House, the Bravo reality TV series that began on an episode of Vanderpump Rules, which itself ...

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2018-04-05 13:00:26



The Succulent Trend, Explained  

The big business behind the resilient, social-media-friendly plants.

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2018-04-05 09:30:02



Why We Spend Real Money on Fake Clothes in Free Games  

Is it really that different from buying a doughnut just for the Instagram? Even if your gaming credentials include consistently placing last in Mario Kart, you've probably heard of Fortnite. Fortnite is huge. Fortnite is so huge that it's already the hugest game of the past few years and, now that it has launched on iOS, likely the hugest mobile game since Pokemon Go. Fortnite is huge because it's accessible, it's social, and it's free. But there is one problem: Fortnite ...

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2018-04-04 16:18:32



What It's Like to Shop When You Can't Shop in a Store  

It's a lot more complicated than simply going online. My family used to make a joking comparison to an early 2000s department store TV commercial. Two kids (my brother and me) are dragging their mom (our mom) out of a store advertising sale after sale after sale. "But the sales!" the mom character protests, with one arm in each child's grip. My mom, a suburban homemaker, would spend many mall-bound afternoons or evenings buckling us into the minivan. At the register, the ...

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2018-04-04 11:50:02



Deciem's Founder Fired Some More People, Went on Another Instagram Tear   

Brandon Truaxe, creator of beloved skincare brands like The Ordinary, has already apologized. It's been a quiet few months at The Ordinary's parent company Deciem. Controversial founder Brandon Truaxe made headlines recently for firing members of his executive team and over accusations from former employees that working conditions at the skincare company were not ideal. Truaxe has turned the brand's Instagram page into a personal platform for his travels and ruminations about ...

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2018-04-04 09:30:02



How 'Jersey Shore' Killed the Guido Aesthetic  

Soon after Snooki and the Situation made the rest of the country aware of the tri-state area look, it started to disappear. I'd never anticipated the premiere of a show quite like I did the original Jersey Shore. "It's going to be amazing," I kept saying, and everyone in Staten Island agreed. Having lived on the outskirts of New York City, only a few miles (but still, somehow, a world away) from the fashion epicenter for most of my life, I often felt like people from just ab...

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2018-04-03 13:00:01



Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics, Famous for Its Lip Tar, Might Have Shuttered  

The OG vegan makeup brand has abruptly shut down its site and social media. Anyone who's experimented with makeup has likely tried Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics' (OCC) Lip Tars. The original versions, in squeeze tubes that required a separate lip brush, came in colors not usually seen in lipsticks, with names like Derelict and Black Dahlia. But as of yesterday, fans of the brand are wondering if the almost-15-year-old vegan makeup line has shuttered. Makeup artist Kevin James ...

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2018-04-03 10:00:02



The Online Resale Economy Is Booming. But What About IRL Stores?  

Execs at Buffalo Exchange and Beacon's Closet weigh in on the changing face of secondhand shopping. You should always be skeptical when a company releases data about its own industry, but ThredUp's annual report on the state of the secondhand clothing world is too interesting to pass up. Last year, ThredUp predicted that the resale market would grow to $33 billion by 2021. In numbers released Tuesday, it says that by 2022, the market will hit $41 billion. It's compelling stuf...

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2018-04-02 13:30:02



Basics Are Our Salvation  

Entireworld, a new brand from Band of Outsiders' Scott Sternberg, fits right in with Everlane's ethos. I never bought a single thing from Band of Outsiders, a brand that launched in 2004 and rose to popularity right as I started tuning in to all things fashion. Its clothes were preppy and quirky; its advertisements were playful Polaroids of actresses like Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Williams. These sun-bleached pictures don't give you a good sense of the clothing — and to be...

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2018-04-02 11:00:01



Skincare Obsessives on the Products They Think Are Scams  

Yeah, there are definitely some gimmicky things out there. The Great Skincare Scam Debate of 2018 will not soon be forgotten, at least in certain circles. As you'll recall, The Outline posted an op-ed positing that skincare was a scam, prompting skincare enthusiasts to lob some AHA-soaked acid bombs at it for the next few days. I wrote a rebuttal in a haze of red rage, because my general opinion is that my loved ones will pry my skincare out of my cold, dead, super-moisturized-an...

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2018-04-02 09:30:02



Clear Backpacks Probably Won't Prevent School Shootings   

According to a school safety expert. When students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School return from spring break today, they will reportedly have to wear clear backpacks and identification badges. On Valentine's Day, that campus in Parkland, Florida, became the site of one of the nation's largest school shootings, and the new guidelines have been implemented to prevent more violence of that magnitude from occurring. Other school districts, such as Ennis Independent near Da...

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2018-03-31 10:00:02



Here's How Easter Hats Became Such a Big Deal  

The holiday rivals the Kentucky Derby when it comes to glamorous headwear. Easter has been associated with elegant suits, dresses, bonnets, and hats for centuries. While church has grown less formal in recent years and Americans are no longer as religious, Easter remains a fashion occasion for many who do observe the day. It's one where men, women, and children have traditionally put on their Sunday best. Since 1921, Dorfman Pacific, parent company to Tenth Street Hats, has outfit...

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2018-03-30 13:58:18



Former Walmart CEO, of All People, Says Congress Should Break Up Amazon  

Walmart is the biggest company in the world. Here is something that a former Walmart executive, Donald Trump, and you, probably, agree on: Amazon is putting a lot of people out of business, and that is probably not a great thing. Yesterday on CNBC, Bill Simon, the former CEO of Walmart US, said that Congress should consider splitting up Amazon, because it's "destroying jobs, and it's destroying value in the [retail] sector," adding, "It's anti-competitive, it's preda...

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2018-03-30 09:30:02



Here's Why You Love Dessert-Scented Perfume  

Gourmand fragrances remind us of cuddling, baking, being nurtured, and Jessica Simpson. A signature scent is simultaneously one of the most important and underrated decisions in a person's life. Impelling others to associate a fragrance with your memory can be a subtle power move, an unconscious posturing, a firm handshake — if the correct scent is chosen. Perfume can impress, or irritate, in mere seconds. Some choose to live a life of florals, while others prefer a sophisticat...

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2018-03-29 14:00:01



The Perennial Battle of Small Artist Versus Big Brand: Beauty World Edition  

A lawyer explains why nail art is art, and therefore can qualify for copyright protection.  Big fashion companies stealing — or, ahem, being inspired by — the ideas of smaller designers or artists is nothing new. It happens every season at fast fashion retailers. In fact, H&M just weathered a public controversy in which it picked a legal fight with a street artist whose work the retailer used as a backdrop in an ad campaign. When the artist sent a cease-and-desist lette...

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2018-03-29 12:00:23



Trump's Amazon Tweets, Explained  

Trump's anger towards Jeff Bezos has more to do with The Washington Post than the post office. This morning, just a day after sources reportedly said President Trump's deep hatred for Amazon has him wanting to "clip CEO Jeff Bezos' wings," the President confirmed that his bad blood with Amazon is brewing. I have stated my concerns with Amazon long before the Election. Unlike others, they pay little or no taxes to state & local governments, use our Postal System as t...

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2018-03-29 09:30:02



Wearing a 19th-Century Mourning Veil Could Result in — Twist — Death  

Grieving for a loved one sometimes caused rashes, irritation, and one's own demise. In 19th-century America, mourning the death of a family member or friend was a highly structured ritual. Following strict rules of mourning dress and etiquette supposedly demonstrated one's sincerity and Christian piety, and middle-class Victorians latched onto these customs as a way to prove their gentility and solidify their class position. Unsurprisingly, women bore the brunt of the emotiona...

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2018-03-28 18:38:37



Which of These Instagram Captions for Engagement Photos Is the Actual Worst?  

The official Hey Ladies' Engagement Instagram Caption bracket is a battle for the most obnoxious. Possibly the only thing more sinister than the wedding industrial complex itself are the Instagram captions of those who participate in it. Such was the topic of a Twitter thread started today by writer Caroline Moss, who asked the internet for its most egregious marriage-related captions, and, well, it delivered. So naturally, it needed to be turned into a March Madness-style bracket...

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2018-03-28 18:14:10



Walmart Banned Cosmo From Its Checkout Counters, and People Are Pissed  

The backlash machine roars into gear. Yesterday, the big conversation at the intersection of media and retail was Walmart's decision to stop selling Cosmopolitan at its checkout lines. The magazine will still be sold on shelves elsewhere in its stores, Walmart said, but the move — motivated by Cosmo's "hypersexualized and degrading article titles that regularly promote pornography, sexting, BDSM, group sex, anal sex, and more," according to the National Center on Sexual Ex...

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2018-03-28 15:33:30



Carmen Sandiego May Be Fictional, but Her Style Is Hugely Influential   

And soon she'll be played by Gina Rodriguez in a live-action Netflix movie. Carmen Sandiego is that bitch. She's not only a secret agent, criminal mastermind, and Latina role model, she's also a fashion icon who's inspired everyone from Lady Gaga to Jennifer Lopez. So the recent news that Gina Rodriguez will produce and star in a Netflix feature film about the antiheroine is welcome news for gamers, cosplayers, and fashion lovers alike. ...

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2018-03-28 13:00:05



Mall Madness, Like March Madness but for Depressing Suburban Malls  

Because technically it's still March. I am not here to tell you that regular March Madness is bad, or that sports are boring, because they aren't, and also because currently I am ranking No. 1 in both of my actual basketball brackets. (Eat it, nemeses!!!!) I am simply here to say: What if you could play March Madness, but instead of filling it out in 15 seconds based on which colleges you've actually heard of, you could spend a full hour internally debating whether Wet Seal o...

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2018-03-28 12:06:02



Here's Why Fired Execs Keep Walking Away With Huge Payouts  

Disgraced VIPs at companies like Lululemon and Nike are still getting millions in severance. Last week, after two Nike executives departed from the company following an internal investigation into workplace misconduct, Bloomberg reported that one executive — former brand president Trevor Edwards — is walking away with a $525,000 payout and almost $9 million worth of unvested stock. The payout isn't exactly chump change, especially when it's going to someone who, according to...

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2018-03-28 11:00:02



Why We Keep Buying Trendy Clothes We Hate  

Looking at you, bell sleeves and cold-shoulder tops. Recently, I found myself browsing the new arrivals section of J.Crew's website. Honestly, I do that a lot, but this time I found myself eyeing a tiered, bell-sleeved top in green, black, or red. I narrowed it down to my favorite color — black, obviously — entered my 30 percent off coupon code, and hovered my mouse over the "complete purchase" button. Until I remembered something: I hate these shirts. I had reached the ...

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2018-03-28 09:30:02



How Detroit vs. Everybody Conquered the World  

Detroit Vs. Everybody Facebook" data-has-syndication-rights="1" src="/> Some Detroiters are annoyed at the proliferation of "vs. Everybody" tees. DVE founder Tommey Walker isn't one of them. In December of 2017, Philadelphia 76ers star Joel ...

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2018-03-27 14:00:05



Tiffany & Co. Is More Ethical Than Other Jewelry Brands  

In a report by the Human Rights Watch, 13 well-known brands were ranked according to their sourcing. Human Rights Watch has just given fans of Tiffany & Co. a noble reason to shop there. As part of its #BehindtheBling campaign, the advocacy group looked into whether 13 of the world's major jewelry brands responsibly source their gems and minerals. Tiffany topped HRW's list of brands that have taken significant steps toward responsible sourcing, earning a rating of "strong...

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2018-03-27 13:31:38



Re: The Stressful Email Marketing Tactic That Will Not Die  

Glossier, Reformation, and Seamless have all tapped into it, for better or worse. Another day, another complaint I feel compelled to lodge against brands in a public forum. Brands feed us, and they clothe us. And yet they betray our trust! Again and again we are forced to reckon with the fact that brands are not our friends. They never have been, and they never will be. Today I would like to discuss the phenomenon that is brands trying to dupe people into opening their marketing ema

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2018-03-27 11:02:02



Some Marine Layer Stores Are Getting Second Jobs as Airbnbs   

Retail apocalypse, meet the gig economy. "Company in Trouble Shutters Hundreds of Stores." This is a story you've likely read several (if not dozens of) times over the last two years. Brands are closing retail outposts left and right, and it's not uncommon to stroll down streets in major cities across the US today and pass empty storefront after empty storefront. But what happens to the brands that are doing well? Where do they turn when they don't necessarily want to inc...

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2018-03-27 09:30:01



How Time Moved From Our Pockets to Our Wrists  

A brief history of timepieces. Like the Apple Watches of today, early wearable tech had multiple functions, and keeping time wasn't always the top priority. Though many sources cite German clockmaker Peter Henlein's "Nuremberg eggs" of the early 16th century, which were worn on a chain around the neck, as the first wearable timepieces, it's believed that that the original examples actually appeared in Italy in the late 15th century. Despite the debated origin of the watc...

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2018-03-26 15:16:36



The Oldest Gun Company in the US Has Filed for Bankruptcy  

And it has Trump to thank. Yesterday, Remington Outdoor Company, the oldest gun company in the United States, filed for bankruptcy. Along with over $1 billion in debt, the 200-year-old company saw sales tumble to $603 million last year, which is reportedly half of what it was netting in 2013. It might seem logical to peg Remington's business struggles to the nation's current roaring debate surrounding gun control. It was only this past weekend that hundreds of thousands of peop...

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2018-03-26 13:45:44



Virgil Abloh Wants to Make a New Language at Louis Vuitton  

The Off-White designer and Kayne West BFF is bringing his streetwear sensibility to the French fashion house. Today, Louis Vuitton announced it would be appointing streetwear designer Virgil Abloh as its artistic director of menswear. Louis Vuitton is one of luxury fashion's most visible brands and the same could be said about Abloh in the streetwear world. Abloh is the designer for haute streetwear label Off-White, which sells $300 tees, $700 camo pants, and $915 denim jackets. W...

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2018-03-26 12:46:56



March for Our Lives Didn't Need Violent Imagery to Make Its Point  

While PETA and some anti-abortion groups use graphic visuals, Saturday's march was about the future. The March for Our Lives protest on Saturday drew hundreds of thousands of people around the world. They came out wielding homemade signs with slogans like "Enough Is Enough" and "Protect kids, not guns." Some poster boards showed pictures and names of children killed in school shootings. Many teenagers and kids carried signs that said, in more or less the same words, "Am ...

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2018-03-26 11:01:28



Samantha Bee Moves 'Full Frontal' Charitable T-Shirt Production to Puerto Rico  

The host explains why she's putting her money where her mouth is, and challenging other late night hosts to do the same. It's been six months since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico. The country is slowly recovering, but thousands of people are still without power, and local businesses are struggling to rebuild. While much of America might have stopped thinking about the story, one person who hasn't moved on is late night host Samantha Bee, who heads the weekly late-night ta...

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2018-03-23 14:39:36



Fashion's Love Affair With Guns Is on an Indefinite Hiatus  

After years of peddling 'gun chic,' fashion is now supporting March for Our Lives. When the late British socialite Tara Parker-Tomkinson was detained for hours at Zürich Airport in 2013, she made the best of it. She played backgammon with the authorities; she tweeted about the ordeal. It was all due to a mixup. When her luggage was scanned, security spotted what looked like two guns in her belongings. But the objects that raised alarm weren't quite the real deal. They were C...

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2018-03-23 13:00:07



Turns Out Nobody Knows What This Target Logo Says  

And... away? Anyway?? I give up. Today I published a blawg that briefly mentioned a new women's clothing brand sold at Target. It's called A New Day, but you might not know that if you are an adult with a firm grasp on how to read the English language. Because the logo bearing this moniker is, to put it lightly, incomprehensible. I go to Target at least twice a month, and it took me a solid handful of visits before I finally pieced together what the logo said. I did not admit ...

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2018-03-23 12:30:42



How Shoplifting Reddit Got Banned  

While freezing communities that sell sex, guns, drugs, Reddit also took down its shoplifting discussion boards. On Wednesday, the Senate passed the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), a controversial piece of legislation that holds websites responsible for any sex trafficking content that lives on their pages. FOSTA, also known as the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA), does so by amending Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996

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2018-03-23 11:00:02



All Brand Names Now Sound Like They Were Generated by a Neural Network  

American Handmade Modern Threads, anyone? Recently, I bought a shirt from Target. I like it a lot — it's a crisp, tailored blue button-down that looks like it could have come from Madewell, or maybe Uniqlo, or even the clothing section at Muji. But much as I like my new shirt, I cannot for the life of me ever remember its exact brand name. As any Target diehard knows, women's clothing comes broken down into different categories: there are the simple, brightly hued Mossimo an...

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2018-03-23 09:30:02



The Reason J. Peterman Catalogs Use Art Instead of Photographs  

The J. Peterman Company Facebook" data-has-syndication-rights="1" src="/> According to John Peterman himself, it's about romance. Talk to anyone at J. Peterman, and they'll tell you: The images in its catalog — or, in J. Peterman lingo, the ...

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2018-03-22 12:00:05



Gender-Free Shopping Is a Movement, Not a Trend  

The Phluid Project, a new retail space in New York City, aims to prove just that. Jillian Brooks remembers shopping when she was 6, standing paralyzed between the boys and girls section of Sears, at the Natick Mall in Framingham, Massachusetts. She can still see the fluorescent lights refracting off the white tiles as her mother pulled flannel shirts and pairs of jeans from the boy's section, waving them above her head. With a nod or shake of her head, Brooks stood in no man's l...

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2018-03-22 10:43:06



Why One of the Parkland Teens Was Barefoot on the Cover of Time  

It's a reminder that the teens are still, well, teens. This morning, Time magazine released its latest cover, featuring the Stoneman Douglas High School students of Parkland, Florida, spearheading the #NeverAgain movement. The story centers around Emma Gonzalez, Cameron Kasky, Alex Wind, David Hogg, and Jaclyn Corin — although Corin is the only one who isn't wearing shoes. At first glance, it seems like the choice could be a visual statement. Empty shoes have...

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2018-03-22 09:30:02



Why You Can't Afford Your Favorite TV Character's Wardrobe  

Characters' closets rarely line up with their budgets. It's disappointing to see that even characters who don't live lavish lifestyles have wardrobes befitting those with expendable incomes — the call for representation has reached an all-time high, yet television continues to present audiences with the unattainable and unfamiliar. On Jane the Virgin, Jane Villanueva has a thankless gig at the Marbella hotel, a kid to raise, and a not-super-successful romance novel fresh on...

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2018-03-21 13:30:02



Depop Is Yet Another Resale App Opening Physical Stores  

The first is in LA, with more to come in New York, Milan, and London. As traditional retail struggles with store closures, sinking sales, and bankruptcies, the secondhand market is booming. Shoppers spent $18 billion on secondhand clothes in 2016, and the sector is expected to hit $33 billion by 2021. Part of the reason resale has enjoyed such an upsurge is because of companies like The Real Real, Tradesy, ThredUp, and Poshmark — all digital startups that make shopping for secondh...

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2018-03-21 12:31:36



The Shoppers Have Spoken, and They Want to Be Left Alone  

A new survey found that pretty much everyone wants to shop without interference from salespeople. If all the retail jobs in America are one day handed off to robots, it will be more than a little bit our fault — yes, us, the shoppers, who only wanted to walk into a store and browse in peace, without an employee asking us, "How are you?" (fine) or "Do you need any help finding anything?" (NEVER!!!!) The firm HRC Retail Advisory surveyed 2,900 people in North America and fou...

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2018-03-21 12:00:01



The Instagrammable New Perm That Celebrities Love  

And it's thanks to the Mare Salon in LA. Perms are kind of like the villains at the end of horror films: Just when you think they're finally gone, they inevitably pop up again. But the reality is that perms never really went away. They may be the perpetual butt of '80s jokes, but they have persisted well into the 21st century. They just look a lot different now than they did back when mullets and leg warmers were all the rage. Gone are the poofy, tightly coiled perms of the ...

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2018-03-21 09:32:02



What's Happening With Puerto Rico's Stores After Hurricane Maria?  

Following the devastating storm, boutiques across the island are back in business. Imagine all of the hard work that goes into opening and running an independent clothing boutique, from permits to advertising to buying the right merchandise and building a loyal clientele. There's also the challenge of competing with other boutiques, in addition to large businesses, in order to make ends meet. When one of the largest hurricanes in the country's history, Hurricane Maria, descende...

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2018-03-20 12:37:32



What Does This $700 Shirt Have in Common With All Art Ever?  

Warning: There are a lot of boobs in this post. Yesterday, I noticed a new shirt on Net-a-Porter that caused me immediate alarm. Not because of its nearly $700 price tag — the shirt is Alexander Wang and it's made of a lovely pink satin and also, this is Net-a-Porter, and shirts cost $700 here. And not even because since I began writing this post, the shirt has already sold out. No: The shirt caused me alarm because it looks exactly like every single work of art ...

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2018-03-20 12:00:02



Everything Could Use a Sweater  

Even beer bottles, books, and rocks. I've made sweaters for a lot of people. In the 20-plus years I've been knitting, I've swathed newborn babies, beloved roommates, and, of course, myself, many times over, in handmade cardigans and pullovers. I've never knitted a sweater for a significant other — knitting lore contends that if you dare attempt this before marriage, the relationship will end, which is a) extremely dated, b) statistically unsound, and c) a central theme an...

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2018-03-20 11:00:01



Why Do We Think Serial Killers All Wear the Same Glasses?  

A brief history of the cat-eye glasses, horn-rimmed spectacles, and clear aviators of serial murderers. A teenager with red hair swooping over one eye takes a selfie at an eyeglass store and posts it on Tumblr. "I saw these Jeffrey Dahmer like glasses," he writes in the caption. "I feel like [they] look cute on me. Is that bad?" He tags the photo #serialkiller. The list of serial killers who wore glasses is long and bloody, from Dahmer to BTK to Harold Shipman and his prof...

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2018-03-20 09:02:01



This New Site Could Be the Shopbop of Plus-Size  

Launched today by former Gilt execs, CoEdition plans to sell 150 brands by the end of the year. It may not be getting the attention it fully deserves just yet, but plus-size fashion is no longer the ignored market it once was. Over the last few years, brands like Eloquii, Universal Standard, Gwynnie Bee, and Dia&Co have seen explosive growth, celebrity funding and collaborations, brick-and-mortar investments, and overall critical acclaim. Why the industry doesn't have a Shop...

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2018-03-19 16:16:37



The Surprising Sweetness of Menswear Reddit  

Talking to the moderators of the internet's kindest male fashion forum. An internet forum devoted to a men's issue and comprised of almost entirely men sounds like it could be, at the very least, less than 100 percent inviting, and at worst, a nightmare. Fortunately, however, the moderators of the r/malefashionadvice subreddit are keenly aware of this. And against all odds, they've built a place for men on the internet that is, shockingly, kinda sweet. "It's a surprisingly...

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2018-03-19 10:58:37



Is Dry Cleaning Dying?  

Casual workwear and fast fashion mean that a once-booming industry is on the decline. A customer once gave John Curry some advice: "Have a small field and flower it well." The words of wisdom came shortly after the death of his father nine years ago, not long before Curry purchased the family dry cleaning business in Savannah, Georgia. He took the remark to heart. While, over these last seven decades, Curry and his family haven't been plowing the same plot of land, they have ...

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2018-03-16 15:07:54



How to Pitch Stories to Racked  

Have an idea? Want to write for us? Here's everything you need to know. Racked covers shopping from every angle and in various forms, from reported features to essays to longform. We publish pieces about how and why we buy things, but also use shopping as a frame to tell all sorts of smart and diverse stories, both big and small. At Racked, shopping pertains to clothes, accessories, and beauty, not home or wellness. At the moment, we're particularly interested in: the intersect...

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2018-03-16 12:32:02



Meet the 19-Year-Old Behind the Most Ridiculous Instagram Eyebrow 'Trends'  

He means no harm. He just likes to Photoshop makeup pictures. Just last week, I wrote a get-off-my-lawn op-ed about the coverage of so-called eyebrow trends in the beauty media. After watching it happen all last year — through squiggle brows, feathered brows, and more — I was finally inspired to lightly rant about it when I saw stories everywhere about "halo brows." (One teen did it, 20 outlets wrote about it.) The gist was basically that one person doing a goofy thing on In...

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2018-03-16 11:54:34



Chanel's Beauty Line Is Coming to Ulta  

This is a very big deal for both brands. Yesterday on Ulta's 2017 fourth-quarter earnings call, CEO Mary Dillon had a lot of good news for investors. But one announcement she made will surely stand out to beauty shoppers more than any growth statistic: Ulta is going to start carrying Chanel Beaute, beyond just fragrances. On the call, Dillon said: Finally, we're thrilled to announce a prestigious addition for 2018 — Chanel Beaute. Following our long-standing partnership w...

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2018-03-16 11:30:02



The Glitzy Evolution of the Age-Old Irish Dance Dress   

I grew up wearing ornate velvet to my competitions, and barely recognize some of the designs today. When I hear the words "red velvet," I don't think of the dessert. I don't think of the K-pop band of the same name, which I recently found out exists. I don't even think about resurgent velvet tube dresses or the sublime burgundy tux Armie Hammer wore to the Oscars. No, the kind of red velvet on my mind is traditional and elegant and emblematic of a very particular time in m...

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2018-03-16 11:19:05



Did Nike's 'Frat Boy Culture' Lead to the Departures of Two Executives?  

Nike execs Trevor Edwards and Jayme Martin "protected male subordinates who engaged in behavior that was demeaning to female colleagues." Following a series of complaints regarding inappropriate workplace conduct, two Nike executives are leaving their positions at the sportswear giant, effective immediately. Brand president Trevor Edwards is stepping down from Nike, but will remain as an advisor until August, while Nike vice president Jayme Martin was fired from the company, and...

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2018-03-16 09:30:02



The Afterlife of Movie Wardrobes  

When a film or TV show wraps, the costumes need to go somewhere. I've worked in film and television costume departments for about 25 years. One of the most common questions people ask me is, "Where do all the costumes end up? Do you get to keep them?" The answers aren't as exciting as people want them to be, mainly because television shows and movies are businesses. They have accounting departments and detailed asset tracking. Costume departments don't really have any say...

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2018-03-15 13:54:57



Adidas Wants to Somehow Make Everything From Recycled Plastic  

The brand intends to deliver on this "moonshot goal" by 2024. Yesterday, Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted went on CNBC to discuss the company's recent financial performance and to drop this enticing nugget: Adidas sold 1 million pairs of shoes made from recycled plastic last year. That's significant, considering that the brand only started marketing recycled ocean plastic sneakers a few years ago, but TheCurrent reports that the brand wants to clear a much higher bar. Adidas intend...

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2018-03-15 13:00:02



Ear Piercing Wasn't a Coming-of-Age Ritual for Me  

Pop culture has mostly ignored that many girls of color get pierced as babies. My ears have been pierced since before I celebrated my first birthday. As a woman of color, this fact makes me completely unremarkable. Scores of little black and brown girls get their ears pierced as babies, although this experience is rarely depicted in pop culture. Instead, books and TV shows almost always portray ear piercing as a rite of passage that girls experience near puberty, an indication of ju

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2018-03-15 11:52:00



This $60 Pouch Fits Two (2) Tampons  

Or a vape. Cuyana, a brand that makes very good leather bags for a very specific type of person, has invented another leather product, made for an even more specific type of person: the kind who desires to swathe her tampons in $60 worth of leather. Meet the Femme Pouch, a collaboration with organic tampon brand Lola in honor of International Women's Day: Today on #IWD, we are celebrating women and the strong community surrounding us. We teamed up with @lola, female-founded...

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2018-03-15 10:30:01



Is Duluth Trading Company the Ron Swanson of Stores?  

Duluth Trading Company Facebook" data-has-syndication-rights="1" src="/> With NoGA pants and plumber's butt-preventing jeans, it's hard to tell if the growing workwear brand is political. There's a good chance you've heard of Duluth Trading C...

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2018-03-15 09:00:03



Allbirds Made Wool Shoes Happen. Can It Do the Same With Eucalyptus?  

Silicon Valley's favorite shoes are getting a tree pulp makeover. To say that Allbirds made wool sneakers "happen" would be an understatement. In the last two years, the San Francisco-based startup has sold over 1 million pairs of wool shoes, and it is rumored to make some $100 million in annual sales. The company has spawned knockoffs so striking it's had to lawyer up, and it was even cited as one of the reasons for the recent global demand for merino wool. But with its ub...

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2018-03-14 17:16:52



Empty Shoes Have Long Symbolized Death  

The 7,000 shoes left on the Capitol Tuesday are part of a grim tradition.   On Tuesday the US Capitol became the site of a macabre scene — 7,000 empty pairs of shoes laid on the lawn to commemorate the children in this country killed by gun violence. But the sight, spurred by calls for gun law reform in the wake of the mass shooting last month at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, is not a first. People have long used empty shoes as symbols of death, a...

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2018-03-14 11:30:01



The Bizarre Poetry of ASOS Product Descriptions   

They're honestly kind of moving? The first day of my junior year poetry workshop, my professor — a Vespa-driving disciple of Frank O'Hara — asked us to write a list of whatever we enjoyed. He then assembled a string of sounds from our best lines, like a reverse-engineered "My Favorite Things," which was also liberated from the yokes of regular cadence, or syntax, or exact rhyme. He knew the importance of play. It is in my professor's footsteps that I bless you with th...

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2018-03-14 09:30:02



Why Podcasters Love Lipstick and Pajamas  

Women who podcast's clothes are about comfort and attitude. A couple years ago, ModCloth put out an ad for a collarless button-down dubbed the "Podcast Co-Host Long Sleeve Top," and instantly, the shirt hit the fan on Twitter. Pressing questions popped up about the suggestion that a woman couldn't host alone. "So, what then?" women asked. Would you have to buy two and hire a friend real fast? What about producers, huh? Where was their shirt? And why was it so reminiscen...

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2018-03-13 15:17:35



You Can Be Banned From Making Returns at Sephora  

The beauty brand is using a service to track customer returns and behavior. Do you love shopping at Sephora because of the company's generous and convenient return policy? Well, those returns might not have been as carefree as you thought. Today, The Wall Street Journal wrote about a service called The Retail Equation, or TRE, which tracks customer returns and gives stores the ability to ban shoppers from returning future items if their return patterns are deemed problematic. Acco...

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2018-03-13 11:30:02



Why Gen X Isn't Psyched for the '90s Revival  

Crushed velvet and sensible shoes are back, but for women in their 40s, the revival doesn't feel well-timed. When the 1960s ended, my mom put them in a box. Twenty years later, pop culture was saturated with Summer of Love retrospectives, neo-hippie jam bands, mod-influenced Britpop, and The Wonder Years. I was 15, and the '60s were back. My family didn't have money for new clothes, but I had the box in the back of my parents' closet full of fringed suede jackets, houndstoot...

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2018-03-13 10:00:05



México está lleno de ropa usada de contrabando de los Estados Unidos  

Dentro de la economía sumergida que le permite a los mexicanos comprar y vender ropa barata. Los sabados por la mañana, Priscilla Lupercio Hernandez se levanta a las 6, y viaja desde su vecindario en Tijuana, Mexico para ir de compras "al otro lado," como le llaman los habitantes de esa ciudad al referirse a los Estados Unidos. Su destino es Goodwill Outlet and Donation Center en San Ysidro, California, aproximadamente a una milla de PedWest, la entrada peatonal recienteme...

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2018-03-13 10:00:02



Mexico Is Full of America's Smuggled Used Clothes  

Inside the shadow economy that allows Mexicans to buy and sell cheap clothing. On Saturday mornings, Priscilla Lupercio Hernandez wakes up at 6 and journeys from her neighborhood in Tijuana, Mexico to shop on "the other side," as those in the city refer to the United States. Her destination is the Goodwill Outlet and Donation Center in San Ysidro, California, about a mile from PedWest, the newly renovated pedestrian entrance at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, which separates the ...

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2018-03-12 11:00:02



Capitol Hill Staffers Explain DC's Complex Dress Codes  

Dressing for a career in politics means stashing an "emergency blazer" at your desk and avoiding dry cleaning at all costs. Everyday fashion on Capitol Hill doesn't look like much from afar. Our attention is inevitably diverted to the most famous and powerful people, and only when their outfit choices are especially bizarre, heavy with meaning, or expensive in an inflammatory way. What we know of everyone else's style tends to come from the pictures at the top of articles ab...

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2018-03-12 09:30:02



Are Vintage Stores Harbingers of Gentrification?  

Coffee shops and art galleries aren't the only signs a neighborhood is changing. Coffee shops. Yoga studios. Brunch spots. Art galleries. Try as they might, these businesses can't shake the rep that they're the four horsemen of gentrification. Especially in Los Angeles, new cafes and galleries have become ground zero for gentrification protests. But the people who live in these changing neighborhoods, or study them, have linked another kind of business to gentrification — th...

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2018-03-09 13:28:36



Look, Claire's Isn't All the Way Dead Yet  

But it might be filing for bankruptcy. Hear that sound? It's the Nostalgia Internet, in mourning once again. According to Bloomberg, Claire's — a store chain full of shiny, inexpensive accessories, where countless tweens (and some clever adults) have gotten their ears pierced over the years — is making like many of its fellow mall brands and preparing to file for bankruptcy. On top of this, Toys R Us is reportedly gearing up to liquidate its US stores. We've known for som...

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2018-03-09 11:20:19



ASOS's Visual Search Is My New Favorite Pastime  

Where else can you find an outfit inspired by the Dapper Horse? My favorite website, ASOS.com (this is not #spon, this is just a personal fact about me), has launched a new feature for American shoppers called Style Match, which lets you take a picture of a thing, and then finds items that look like that thing. Things like the shirt I am currently wearing, which I definitely do not need two of but now I strongly desire one with sherpa lining (items are listed in British pounds beca

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2018-03-09 09:32:01



What 'Cult' Means When It Comes to Beauty  

How a word about religion and devotion became our favorite adjective for popular lipsticks and serums. You've heard their names before: the familiar litany of life-changers and skin savers that have earned one of beauty writing's favorite epithets, the coveted title of cult favorite. They are MAC matte lipstick in Ruby Woo, which sells four tubes a minute globally, and Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion, which does 20. Maybelline New York Great Lash mascara, YSL...

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2018-03-08 17:34:05



Meghan Markle Is Really Good at Pants  

Truly the Pants Princess. Wearing pants is extremely normal! It's an easy, basically idiot-proof activity! It's certainly less remarkable than, say, wearing an animal or meat or one of The Shirts. And yet princesses seem to do it so infrequently. You might have expected princesses to be nonexistent in 2018; instead, we have plenty of them, and their fashion habits can seem as retrograde as the institution of royalty itself. The female royals of Sweden, Spain, Norway, and other ...

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2018-03-08 13:00:04






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