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With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to prep for holiday guests and family feasts. Stock up on essentials for your kitchen, home and closet during the Macy’s VIP Sale, where you can take as much as an extra 30% off already low prices.

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Running through Monday, October 4, this sale covers everything from Pyrex food storage containers marked down 58% off to comforter sets at an 70% discount. You’ll find home, kitchen, fashion and beauty items within (or below!) your budget using the VIP coupon code at checkout.

One great pick? The Tabletops Unlimited Dinnerware Set, on sale for $39.99—a $80.01 savings off the

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Gap, Walmart Partner To Launch Home Collection Brand Gap Home

Fashion retailer Gap Inc. and retail major Walmart announced a strategic multi-year partnership to introduce Gap Home, a new brand of home essentials available exclusively at Walmart.

The deal combines Walmart’s scale and Gap’s brand heritage to life through signature style in a new product category for the first time, offering quality designs and timeless home essentials. Gap is the first fashion retailer to partner with Walmart in the home space.

Beginning June 24, the Gap Home launch collection will be available to shop exclusively on Walmart.com. It will feature more than 400 items across home décor, tabletop, bedding and bath.

The launch collection features quality materials like denim and chambray with unique finishes. The Gap Home collection includes items made with organic cotton and recycled materials.

The prices will range from $15.88 for a Washed Denim Pillow to $64.98 for a T-Shirt Soft Jersey Reversible King Comforter Set perfect

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How Working From Home Changed Wardrobes Around the World

Have months of self-isolation, lockdown and working from home irrevocably changed what we will put on once we go out again? For a long time, the assumption was yes. Now, as restrictions ease and the opening up of offices and travel is dangled like a promise, that expectation is more like a qualified “maybe.” But not every country’s experience of the last year was the same, nor were the clothes that dominated local wardrobes. Before we can predict what’s next, we need to understand what was. Here, eight New York Times correspondents in seven different countries share dispatches from a year of dressing.

Retail reports, fashion magazines and personal accounts agree: When working from home this past year, many Italian women found solace in knitwear. Those who could afford it favored cashmere wool knitwear, the kind Italian Vogue called “a luxury version of classic two-piece sweats.”

Fabio Pietrella, the

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Mossimo Giannulli asks to finish prison sentence at home

BOSTON (AP) — Fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli asked Thursday to serve the remainder of his five-month prison term at home, saying he spent eight weeks in solitary confinement before being transferred to a minimum security camp this week.

Giannulli, who reported to a California prison in November for his role in the college admissions bribery scheme, believed he would only be held in quarantine for a short time before testing negative for the coronavirus, his lawyers said in court documents. Instead, he spent 56 days isolated in a small cell at a higher security facility next to the camp, they said.

That has had a “significant” toll on Giannulli’s “mental, physical, and emotional well-being,” they wrote.


“Mr. Giannulli spent almost 40% of his total sentence confined in solitary quarantine, despite testing negative for COVID-19 at least ten times and despite his counsel’s multiple requests that (the Bureau of Prisons) release

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