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Amazon has a huge Elemis sale on right now – and it includes the cult Pro-Collagen Marine Cream

Skincare fans should head over to Amazon and grab a bargain while they can, as top of the range beauty name Elemis is currently on sale with the online giant.

There are January discounts across a range of skincare products, such as Elemis – and the best news is that their top products are included in the sale.

Even Elemis’ flagship offering – their Pro-Collagen Marine Cream, which is normally a whopping £85, is reduced to £69.60 in the sale.

A more pocket friendly treat is the Soothing Apricot Toner – now down from £24.50 to £20.

Shoppers can also save 26% on the brand’s highly coveted Pro-Collagen Rose Cleansing Balm that’s now £31.86 instead of its usual price of £45. What a bargain.

There’s everything you need to keep your complexion radiant throughout the chilly season. But it’s best to act fast, as the discounts are likely to

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The Best Amazon Valentine’s Day Deals on Marc Jacobs Handbags, Perfume, Sunglasses & More

If you’ve been coveting a little piece of luxury, there’s no time like the present. The Amazon Valentine’s Day Sale kicked off with deep discounts and markdowns on everything from apparel to luggage and some amazing deals on handbags, sunglasses, perfume and accessories from Marc Jacobs. 

You’ll find all of this years biggest fashion trends at a discounted price, including Marc Jacobs sale items like perfumes and colorful crossbody handbag options. You’ll also score essential items for your wardrobe and classic staples from the fashion designer, like the perfect black leather tote bag. 

The Amazon Valentine’s Day Sale is a great opportunity to shop white hot sales and fashion deals from loads of brands that offer a discount of up to 80% off. Kate Spade, Rebecca Minkoff, Frye, Vera BradleyLevi’s, Tumi luggage, Karl Lagerfeld, Skechers, Soludos, Superga, DL1961 jeans,

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Daily Media: Another Vogue Editor Heads To Amazon Fashion, Masthead Changes At The NY Times, And More!

Here are the top hires, departures, promotions, and new representations of the week.

1. Jillian Maxwell is now chief revenue officer and executive vice president of Grazia USA.

2. Brooke Bobb, formerly Vogue’s senior fashion news editor, is now senior content editor at Amazon Fashion.

3. Kathleen Kingsbury is now officially head of the opinion section at The New York Times.

4. Cliff Levy is now deputy managing editor at The New York Times.

5. Bob Kupbens is now executive vice president, chief product and technology officer at Neiman Marcus Group.

6. Luke Bahrenburg is now head of luxury sales, executive vice president, and chief revenue officer of Robb Report.

7. Martin Bartle is now chief operating officer at Rainbowwave Group.

8. Marty Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post, will retire at the end of February.

9. Daniel Engber is joining the science desk at The Atlantic.

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Amazon Prime Day Starts Tuesday, but These Deals Have Already Leaked on the Site

We’re getting closer to Amazon Prime Day 2020. Amazon has confirmed that it’s annual Prime Day event will take place on October 13 and 14 this year, with 48 hours of deals on electronics, home appliances, fashion, sporting goods, outdoor gear, entertainment and more. Amazon says to expect more than one million deals this year, making it a must-see (and must-shop) event.

Prime Day kicks off at midnight PT on Tuesday, October 13 and runs through Wednesday, October 14, for Prime members in the U.S., U.K, U.A.E, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria and Australia.

Though Prime Day has typically been held in July, Amazon announced earlier this year that it would be pushing this year’s event back to the fall, due to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.

How Long Does Prime Day Last?

Amazon launched Prime Day in 2015 as a

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Amazon (AMZN) Expands Personal Shopping Service to Men – September 30, 2020

Amazon (AMZN Free Report) has expanded the Personal Shopper service by Prime Wardrobe to cover men’s fashion as well. This move is in sync with the company’s strategy of bolstering presence in the retail market.

This service, which provides style inspiration and recommendations to deliver improved shopping experience, was earlier focused on women only.

But from now onward, the service will offer a variety of men’s apparel from brands such as Lacoste, Levi Strauss & Co. and Amazon’s own Essential brand, among others.

An Amazon stylist will select fashion items that match a customer’s style and fit preferences. Following this, the wardrobe box will be delivered to the buyer’s home for trial on a monthly basis. The buyer can then try the items before buying and even return those that don’t suit his tastes using the resealable package and prepaid shipping label provided.

At a subscription of $4.99

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We Spent Way Too Many Hours On Amazon Digging Up These 48 Fashion Steals


Meet The Women Decolonizing Sustainable Fashion

It’s time to wake up. On Global Day of Climate Action, VICE Media Group is solely telling stories about our current climate crisis. Click here to meet young climate leaders from around the globe and learn how you can take action.As demand for sustainable fashion grows, so does the need to navigate its myths. Misleading information is everywhere, from corporate greenwashing to the notion that all women are empowered by eco-conscious choices. One of the most prevailing and dangerous misconceptions about green fashion is that it’s a movement conceived by the West and led by white people. Sustainable fashion has let down people of color time and time again, whether through spotlighting majority-white representatives, favoring Western branding as the prevailing and acceptable aesthetic, or absorbing the capitalist notion that it’s a lifestyle to buy your way into.With strong historical, spiritual, and ancestral relationships

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