Amazon just accidentally let slip that its fourth annual Prime Day event will seemingly last 36 hours, starting at noon on Monday, July 16, and running all the way through Tuesday the 17th, as first spotted by TechRadar. That’s a bit later than in previous years, and still nearly a month off, but you can go ahead and…
Amazon announced their fashion subscription box, Prime Wardrobe, last year. But today, it’s officially being rolled out to all their Prime Members as part of their Prime subscription, for free.
Brandless is taking on clean beauty with the newest collection of $3 products. The minimalist, affordable brand has now curated a whole line of clean beauty products and grooming tools.
Finding shoes for a shitty commute is the bane of my existence, but Rothy’s somehow figured out how to make a flat that looks purposeful, without tearing up your heels.
Glossier has ramped up their shade offerings on their crowd-favorite Cloud Paint blush, adding a warm rose called Storm and a sunny coral called Dawn. The gel-like consistency and almost-unmatched blendability of Cloud Paint could make even the most adamant of blush-haters into a flush-faced fiend.
Anker’s USB-C Power Delivery battery packs have been must-own Switch accessories since the day they came out, and now, they’re getting Nintendo certification to make the marriage official.
Timbuk2 just created the sleekest, most fashionable backpack the brand has ever seen, thanks to jet-setting creative and fashion designer Phoebe Dahl.
Don’t adjust your computer’s settings. Crayola really did just launch their own beauty line with ASOS.
Fresh off her win at the French Open, Serena Williams isn’t one to let the limelight linger on any one thing she does for too long. Today marks the debut of her new fashion line, aptly named Serena.
This ready-to-wear collaboration from & Other Stories and House of Hackney isn’t for the faint of heart.
Beauty collaborations come and go, but when a brand like fresh introduces their first fashion collaboration with a francophile Sézane, you pay attention.
Everyone hounded me the other day as I touted a $35 cooler bag that was shaped like a summer fruit. I wonder how everyone would feel if I tried to tell them to buy this $1,000 leather Alexander Wang cooler “bag”. I won’t, but you still need to see it, because it is some shit.