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47 Best Memorial Day Sales 2020: Nordstrom, Everlane, Coach & More

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ZitSticka: Summer can be harsh on your skin—and these patches help fight heat-induced breakouts. Use the code AMAYZING to get 20% off your order.

Best Memorial Day Home Sales

Bed Bath & Beyond: Bed Bath & Beyond always has some kind of promotion going on—but we’re really eyeing the goods in its Outdoor Patio sale right now: 40% off deck chairs, fire pits, and grill accessories? Sold.

CB2: Listen up plant parents, CB2 is having a 30% off sale on all its planters (basket planters! planters with stands! concrete planters!) along with 30% off other outdoor furniture until May 25, so you now have reason to adopt that second fiddle-leaf tree. Code is automatically applied at check.

Wayfair: From storage solutions to comfy sofas, Wayfair is a one-stop-shop for all things home, with ongoing and flash deals up to 70% off.

Williams-Sonoma: Look to Williams-Sonoma for all kinds of gourmet fixings, small kitchen appliances (including the Instant Pot!), and backyard entertaining items, up to 40% off through May 25.

Nespresso VertuoPlus Coffee Maker & Espresso Machine with Aeroccino

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Williams-Sonoma Rustic Outdoor Melamine Dinnerware Collection

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Overstock: Scoop up big-ticket items for less with Overstock’s biggest sale of the year. We’re talking up to 70% off everything from patio and garden furniture to select living and bathroom decor. Shipping is free on all orders.

West Elm: Midcentury-modern vibes, anyone? West Elm has a tiered sale going on for Memorial Day Weekend, starting with 10% off all orders over $100; 15% off orders over $250; 20% off of orders over $500, and 25% off orders over $1,500. Free shipping on all orders with the code SAVEMORE.

Buffy: Buffy is offering $25 off orders of $100 or more with the code MEMORIAL25 through May 26. Trust us, you won’t want to let this comforter go.

Paddywax: Whether you’re into fresh, spicy, woodsy, or sweet scents, you’ll want to fill your space with Paddywax’s lovely candles and reed diffusers. Place your order on May 25 to get 15% off at checkout, no code needed.

Minna Goods: Minna’s handwoven rugs and pretty kitchen cloths serve up endless wanderlust—and we’d fill our homes with just about everything it has if we could. Its sitewide 20% off sale is a good place to start, which runs from Friday, May 22, through Monday, May 25.

Coming Soon: It’s hard not to want everything from Coming Soon, and its Memorial Day Weekend sale isn’t making things easier on us. Get up to 30% off unique home accessories like fish key chains, whimsical mirrors, and other vintage design finds while supplies last.

Society6: Filling your home with small accents is an easy way to give your space a new feel, and Society6 has affordable prints and other decor items for the design-minded. Take 40% off wall art, 30% off home decor, and 20% off everything else from May 17 through May 25.

Rifle Paper Co.: If you’ve gotten into journaling or writing letters lately, Rifle Paper Co. is offering 30% off everything from stationery and planners to pretty pillows and prints from May 21 to May 26. Make sure to use the code FRESH at checkout to take advantage of the sale.

Rifle Paper Co. 2021 17-Month Planner

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Rifle Paper Co. Vintage Blossoms Embroidered Pillow

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Our Place: If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on the now iconic Always Pan, now’s your chance. Our Place is offering 15% off on all its kitchenware and cooking utensils through May 25, plus for each purchase, the brand will donate 10 meals to Feeding America. Use the code SUMMERHEAT at checkout.

Birch: Birch is offering $200 off any mattress with the code MDWS200 and free delivery through June 14—with natural mattresses ideal for the eco-conscious snoozer.

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Tempur-Pedic: Tempur-Pedic is offering up to $500 off select mattresses through June 1. Whatever your personal preferences are for firmness and support, the brand has you covered.

Leesa: Leesa is offering $100 off the Studio by Leesa, $200 off the Leesa Original, $300 off the Leesa Hybrid, $400 off the Leesa Legend, and free delivery through June 5.

Best Memorial Day Tech Sales

Google: Banish your Wi-Fi problems with Google’s cute-enough-to-leave-out Nest WiFi systems, now available up to $50 off for the router with two points. Shop the full range on Google or Amazon.

Roku: A better way to stream all your favorite throwback shows? Try Roku’s 4k TV streaming players. It can turn any TV into a smart TV, and until May 23, the brand is offering $10 off the Roku Premiere 4K, $20 off the Roku Ultra, and $30 off the new Smart Sound Bar.

B&H Photo: Splurge on a camera if photography is your new hobby, or take a look some of the retailer’s other curated Memorial Day deals. It’s got everything from Apple AirPods (and Apple AirPods Pro) to tv deals to other smart home appliances like Apple TV 4K.

Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera Body with Accessory Kit

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Sustainable cult tracksuit brand celebrates World Oceans Day

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Sustainable cult tracksuit brand celebrates World Oceans Day

Responsible production is at the heart of Pangaia, a streetwear brand that uses natural dyes such as cherry blossom instead of harsh chemicals. To honour World Oceans Day on Monday 8 June 2020, it launches organic cotton

Pangaia has rocketed to cult status over the past 18 months by placing sustainability at its core, calling itself ‘a materials science company on a mission to save our environment.’ New drops of its recycled cotton sweatshirts, joggers and T-shirts sell out within hours of landing on its website.

Known for its colourful tracksuits and sustainable practices, Pangaia takes its name from a compound of Pan, meaning ‘all-inclusive, especially in relation to the whole of a continent, racial group or religion’ and Gaia, meaning Mother Earth. Today, it launches news colours inspired by the world’s three largest bodies of water: The Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans.

Other mouth-watering colours are created from natural botanical dyes such as red rubia root and cherry blossom – much kinder to the environment than harsh chemicals. 

Natural Fibres

Pangaia has been connected to the oceans since its inception. Partnering with the world’s leading research institutes has allowed the brand to develop a raft of new technology-based fabrics that can be responsibly produced. Primarily, the natural fibre used in the T-shirts is derived from salt-water seaweed, which grows abundantly in an ocean habitat without the need for pesticides or fresh water and is responsibly harvested to naturally regenerate. Also, thermal puffer jackets are insulated by cruelty-free FLWRDWN, a patented combination of biodegradable dried flowers and a biopolymer – it took over a decade to develop this proprietary science. In place of a brand logo, sweats carry the disclaimer, “This hoodie is made from recycled and organic cotton mix”. The clothes are produced in Portugal, a country lauded for its expert manufacturing and standards, and each product comes in TIPA packaging, a non-toxic bio-based plastic alternative that can be composted. 

Giving Back 

Philanthropy is woven through Pangaia’s operations. The brand is currently supporting SeaTreas, an ocean-focused climate change platform: $1 from each item sold is donated to towards the planting of a mangrove tree in Indonesia – each $1 buys one tree that sequesters 1 ton of CO2. Pangaia has also supported Doctors Without Borders and multiple wildlife sanctuaries and conservation programmes. 

Designed and run by a global collective of designers, scientists and technologists based mainly between New York and London, the brand is headed up by fashion industry entrepreneur Miroslava Duma. “We are a team of 90% women and it actually was not on purpose, but we think it’s extremely powerful that we are. These women are all leaders and visionaries in their respective fields- we have alumni from MIT, Stanford, FIT, INSEAD, we have former top management from LVMH, Kering, Boston Consulting Group etc. Mira Duma is the heart and soul of the collective,” says the brand, collectively.

Duckling yellow, persimmon, dusky lavendar and plum shades are inspired by the vibrant, juicy colours of wildlife and landscapes

 

Hoodie in ’Indian Ocean Blue’ for World Oceans Day

Trackpants in ’Atlantic Ocean Blue’

Long Sleeve Cropped T-Shirt in ’Pacific Ocean Blue’

 

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Would you pay US$200,000 for a second-hand Hermès Birkin handbag? Here’s how you can buy one

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It’s typical that in a bear market, people begin to put their money in more stable investments – and if there’s one thing that the fashion set …

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Local artists paint the plywood covering broken windows downtown

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FORT WAYNE Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – Over 100 local artists are painting the plywood on boarded up businesses downtown. These artists teamed up with Art This Way and the Downtown Improvement District to re-purpose the boards on businesses.

The plywood covering windows broken from last weekend’s protests, are now canvases for artists.

“It felt like a obligation as an artist in our community and to bring awareness for the black community and oppression,” local artist, Theopolis Smith III said.

As a professional artist, he says he jumped at the chance to paint the boards covering the broken windows at Fortezza Coffee.

“The goal is to re-purpose but also once more, what’s going to happen after we paint these beautiful pictures,” Smith III said. “What are we going to do? What is the city going to do? And we have an obligation and a mandate to do such.”

Art This Way manager, Alexandra Hall, says over 100 artists reached out to her and now almost every piece of plywood downtown is painted.

“Obviously the boards can have a negative connotation,” Hall said. “Something negative did happen here, but obviously the business owners are interested in portraying the right message.”

She says there’s already 27 pieces being painted, each with a message. One of which, includes the word ‘peace’ painted in 67 different languages.

“It’s a glimmer of real hope and happiness,” Hall said. “It shows how much our community is aware.”

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