Let’s be real: If money grew on trees and budgets were of no consequence, I think a lot of us would be more than happy to exclusively shop on Net-a-Porter for all of our fashion (and beauty) needs. The site is a trove of designer must-haves along with an impressive roster of up-and-coming and contemporary brands, sustainable edits, plus more affordable favorites such as Nike and Madewell. So in the spirit of fun (and summer’s impending arrival), I decided to turn my discerning eye toward my favorite shopping site and curate a dream wardrobe of sorts for the season ahead. From swimwear and sandals to tops and dresses, below you’ll find everything one could want for an especially stylish summer. Oh, and I couldn’t help but throw a handful of beauty selects in there while I was at it. To see and shop all my picks, just keep
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Though many states and cities have begun to ease coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions in an effort to reopen America, guidelines on how to stay safe and slow the spread of the disease remain in place for those reentering the public domain. Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one such measure is the use of a cloth face mask to cover the mouth and nose when social distancing is not an option, which can help to block respiratory droplets from becoming airborne—the main way COVID-19 is transmitted, according to the CDC. You won’t have to spend a fortune on these coverings, either, since we’ve rounded up a list of the top places to score them at a
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Worldwide protests against police brutality and racism continue in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death. There’s still so much work to be done when it comes to being an ally to the Black community and striving to be actively anti-racist — and it’s important to keep the momentum going and continue to fight against systemic racism.
Educating yourself, speaking out about the injustices, donating to anti-racists charities and protester relief funds are just a few of the ways you can impact change.
Another way to support the Black community right now is to buy black. Shopping from black owned businesses is a key way to show solidarity.
We’ve curated 30+ black owned brands, both local and international that you can shop — from luxury to affordable, ethically sourced and modest.