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Plus-size clothing chain Avenue is closing all 222 locations. Here’s the full list.

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Plus-size clothing chain Avenue is closing all 222 locations. Here’s the full list.

Avenue is offering massive sales as all 222 stores close up shop. Avenue Avenue is shutting down all of its 222 stores across the US. The plus-sized clothing brand announced it is closing stores across 33 states on Wednesday. Scroll on to see if a store near you is on the list of closures. Plus-size…

Yes, Workout-Adjacent Skin Care Is a Thing

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Yes, Workout-Adjacent Skin Care Is a Thing

Skin Deep Here, we’ve done the heavy lifting to find your skin-friendly workout-adjacent routine.ImageCreditCreditGetty ImagesJul 24, 2019As a dancer with Pacific Northwest Ballet, Jordan Samuel Pacitti spent six hours a day “off and on, sweating then resting.” Add to that loop three performances a week under hot stage lights, in heavy makeup, and Mr. Pacitti’s…

What’s the Safest Seat on an Airplane?

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What’s the Safest Seat on an Airplane?

Yesterday, @KLMIndia shared and then deleted the following tweet: “According to data studies by Time, the fatality rate for the seats in the middle of the plane is the highest. However, the fatality rate for the seats in the front is marginally lesser and is least for seats at the rear third of the plane.”The…

How Tech-Infused Clothing Has the Potential to Improve Personal Health

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How Tech-Infused Clothing Has the Potential to Improve Personal Health

Learn how a few clothing startups are creating tools to monitor health habits and problems. July 24, 2019 2 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Mars Discovery District speaks with Dan Herman, the VP of Strategy for Myant Inc., about the technology of textile computing. By embedding…

This 110-Year-Old Seersucker Suit Business Is Led by the Founder’s Great-Granddaughter. Here’s How She Keeps It Current.

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This 110-Year-Old Seersucker Suit Business Is Led by the Founder’s Great-Granddaughter. Here’s How She Keeps It Current.

Family Businesses The Haspel family’s namesake clothing company, founded in 1909, continues to evolve while maintaining tradition. Image credit: Haspel July 22, 2019 6 min read Summer is seersucker season, and this particular summer is especially meaningful to Haspel — the brand that first put the striped-and-puckered cotton fabric on the map. Joseph Haspel Sr. founded…

Forever 21 tossed diet food samples into online clothing orders

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Forever 21 tossed diet food samples into online clothing orders

When you’re overweight, taller or shorter than average or otherwise physically different from the vast majority of folks, shopping for clothing sucks. Speaking from past experience, there’s something dreadful about walking into a mall and knowing that only a handful of stores will carry clothes that not only fit, but flatter your body type. Even…

Where to shop online that isn’t Amazon

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Where to shop online that isn’t Amazon

There’s been a huge amount of publicity generated by Amazon Prime Day (publicity that, in all honesty, The Verge has contributed to, covering both Prime Day Deals and Prime Day boycotts). However, there are obviously other places to buy from out there in the wilds of the web. We took a quick poll of The…

Brooklinen, known for high-quality bed sheets, launches its first line of loungewear

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Brooklinen, known for high-quality bed sheets, launches its first line of loungewear

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For Kids Who Hate Bibs, Use a Black T-Shirt

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For Kids Who Hate Bibs, Use a Black T-Shirt

Photo: Pixel-Shot (Shutterstock)My daughter never had a problem wearing bibs—in fact, I always considered the ones with the food-catching pockets to be the breakthrough invention of the century. (A harried-parent hack that I heard from “a friend”: On mornings when you’re racing out the door, pour some Cheerios into the pocket and let your kid…

Ethical fashion is on the rise

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Ethical fashion is on the rise

Brian Kateman Contributor More posts by this contributor The fashion industry has historically relied on exploitative, unsustainable and unethical labor practices in order to sell clothes — but if recent trends are any indication, it won’t for much longer. Over the last several years, the industry has entered a remarkable period of upheaval, with major and…