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  1. ch-ch-changes
    Sephora Has a Plan to Tackle Racial BiasNew protocol, fewer security guards, and more Black-owned beauty brands.
  2. holidays
    New York Department Stores Are Still Decking the HallsWhat holiday shopping in Manhattan feels like this year.
  3. This Might Be NYC’s Most Instagrammable ViewYou’ve never seen the skyline like this before.
  4. frontlines
    Covid Is Surging, But There’s No More Hazard Pay for Retail WorkersEmployees say they’re practically being forced to risk their lives by working during a busy and dangerous holiday season.
  5. openings
    Amor y Amargo Expands Into a Full-blown Cocktail StoreManhattans and 8 Amaro Sazeracs will be sold in sizes up to a liter.
  6. the top line
    Prime Day Highlights Why October Is the New NovemberThis year, with consumers bored at home and retailers wanting to spread out the shopping crowds, Black Friday has crept forward.
  7. retail
    Nordstrom Will No Longer Sell Fur and Exotic-Animal SkinsIt’s the first U.S. retailer to ban the latter.
  8. the top line
    Target Is Having a Pretty Good PandemicWhy big box retailers like Walmart and Target have done especially well under COVID.
  9. the top line
    Americans Are Shopping As Much As They Were Pre-PandemicThe nature of consumer spending is still far from normal, however, and without another stimulus, retail sales may start to contract again.
  10. Win 15 Essentials for Every Passion at the 48 Hr. Smoooth RoomWin 15 Essentials for Every Passion at the 48 Hr. Smoooth Room
  11. fashion
    Anthropologie Accused of Racially Profiling Black CustomersFormer employees say they were instructed to identify Black shoppers as “Nick” or “Nicky” and follow them around stores.
  12. fashion
    Has Retail Hit Rock Bottom?Sales have dropped dramatically. But will stores reopening turn things around?
  13. j. crew
    J. Crew Becomes First Major Retailer to File for Bankruptcy Amid PandemicThe company has been on shaky ground for a while, though.
  14. revelations
    The Goose Was Coyotes?Canada Goose, which is not just goose, has pledged to stop using new coyote fur in its parkas.
  15. fashion
    The Founder of Outdoor Voices Speaks“I stood up for myself,” former CEO Ty Haney wrote on Instagram yesterday.
  16. Try These Ethical Retailers This Holiday SeasonFrom the mom creating sustainable clothes for kids to the environmentalist selling ethically-harvested honey.
  17. 5 Gifts You Can Actually Feel Good About BuyingEach one is made by a socially responsible company.
  18. buyer’s market
    Black Friday Isn’t Just a Day. It’s a State of Mind.Black Friday is increasingly just an umbrella term for any kind of shopping in late autumn that entails some semblance of getting a deal.
  19. 15 Easy Beauty Gifts for Everyone on Your ListFrom affordable Secret Santa ideas to luxe splurges.
  20. Where to Shop, Eat, and Drink in NYCAccording to an editor.
  21. What to Get Your Fashion Friends This Holiday SeasonDelight the most stylish people on your gifting lists.
  22. 11 Surprisingly Stylish Items to Buy at REIMinimalist backpacks, chunky turtlenecks, cold-weather overalls, and other hidden gems.
  23. the future issue
    In 2029, IRL Retail Will Live Only Inside Amusement ParksCan shopping malls rise again if they get fun?
  24. This Amazon Shopping Feature Is a Game ChangerAnd it’s stunningly simple to use.
  25. 10 Not-Too-Trendy Fall EssentialsStreet style-inspired pieces that won’t feel dated in a month.
  26. The Skin Regimen a Beauty Expert Swears By“Sometimes it may be as simple as wash and moisturize, and that’s okay!”
  27. 11 Easy Layering Essentials for FallSuper versatile pieces you can buy on Amazon.
  28. 14 Stylish Work Essentials to Wear on RepeatThey’re on-trend, easy to style, and available on Amazon.
  29. 13 Beauty Essentials Worth Their Price TagAs recommended by a real-life beauty buyer.
  30. Top Summer Trends You Should Be Wearing Into FallAnd they’re all under $100.
  31. 15 Smart Basics You Can Wear 365 Days a YearNothing over $100 and most under $50 on Amazon right now.
  32. What Keeps This 14-Year Elite Marathon Runner Pushing ForwardSara Hall on finding a new kind of strength in a new era.
  33. 17 of the Most Walkable Heeled Sandals on AmazonMost for less than $75.
  34. The Best Affordable Vacation Stuff on AmazonFrom swimsuits to suitcases.
  35. retail
    Barneys New York Has Filed for BankruptcyThe retail giant will close several of its stores.
  36. Timeless Beauty Looks That Still Feel CurrentOur modern take on disco glam and classic bombshell.
  37. 18 Iconic Beauty Products That Live Up to the HypeThey’re cult favorites for a reason.
  38. 7 Exclusive Beauty Launches to Get Your Hands on Right NowYou can only find them at Saks.
  39. Two Ways to Make Your Eye Makeup Pop Our favorite eyeshadow looks for spring, step by step.
  40. 7 Essentials That Will Freshen Up Your Spring StyleDesign-forward, wallet-friendly pieces from Lord & Taylor’s Premium Shops collection at Walmart.
  41. The 4 Most Important Trends of Spring 2019Shop them now at Bergdorf Goodman.
  42. What 5 Beauty Insiders Are Buying NowSomething for everyone.
  43. How to Do ‘Natural’ Contouring — Without MakeupFor a natural, lifted look.
  44. 8 Reasons to Visit the New Bloomingdale’s 59th Street Beauty FloorOur favorite parts of the high-end shopping experience on 59th Street.
  45. The 18 Best Gifts This Year, According to Exceptional Gift GiversGift-giving savants share their failsafes.
  46. The Best Gifts for College Students Under $65These are the gifts they actually might want.
  47. 12 Ways to Spend Your Excess Venmo BalanceThe phrase may be played out, but there’s simply no other way to put it: treat yourself.
  48. 18 Retro Gifts That Beat the ‘Latest’ AnythingThe best gifting strategy is nostalgia.
  49. retail
    The Strategist’s Holiday Pop-Up Shop Is Open for BusinessLocated at 347 West Broadway in Soho, the store is open from 11/8 to 12/30, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week.
  50. facial recognition
    Smile! The Secretive Business of Facial-Recognition Software in Retail StoresMadison Square Garden, and Kennedy International Airport both use facial-recognition software to identify their customers. Who else does?
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