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The brands now offering up to 70% off

We're talking John Lewis, Anthropologie, & Other Stories and more. (Getty Images)
We’re talking John Lewis, Anthropologie, & Other Stories and more. (Getty Images)

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The only thing better than the start of the summer sales? The end of them.

After all, this is when the biggest discounts come into effect giving you the opportunity to score up to 70% off that item you’ve been coveting for months.

From Anthropologie to ASOS, John Lewis, Sports Direct and more, we’ve listed the brands offering mega deals worth shopping.

Stocks are limited and these prices won’t stay low for long so move fast if you see something you love.

Shop the sales

Anthropologie

Anthropologie has up to 70% off selected items in their summer sale. Huge savings can be had on

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Sports Brands Need to Take Risks to Boost Business

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Plain vanilla is the kiss of death.

Sporting goods brands and retailers need to be willing to take some risks in their design and merchandising to lure consumers to buy.

“A plain vanilla assortment means boring and the same as last year,” said Matt Powell, vice president and senior industry analyst for NPD Group. “There’s no surer way to kill a retail business.”

So despite fears that have come to the forefront during the pandemic that are causing companies to want to play it safe, Powell said they need to “take some risk and offer a provocative and exciting assortment.”

Powell made those comments as part of a webinar titled “Monitoring the Impact of COVID-19 and the Road to Recovery” for the Sports & Fitness Industry Association Tuesday afternoon.

Over the past few months, sports apparel and footwear have performed better than many

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8 durable, stylish and functional baby clothing brands you can buy online in the UK

Top-rated baby brand aden + anais rose to fame in 2013 when new parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrapped Prince George in a bird print swaddle as they exited hospital. (aden + anais)
Top-rated baby brand aden + anais rose to fame in 2013 when new parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrapped Prince George in a bird print swaddle as they exited hospital. (aden + anais)

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A lot of babies are born in the UK each year.

In 2018, 731,213 live births were recorded by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) and 755,042 the year before. That’s a lot of tiny humans who need clothing.

While you don’t need a lot for a newborn (the NHS has a fantastic list of what’s actually required) there are some wardrobe essentials that are unavoidable. Bodysuits for day and night, vests, hats and cardigans, to name a few.

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The brands that still have stock

As lockdown measures begin to ease, make sure you have one of these on you: The Independent
As lockdown measures begin to ease, make sure you have one of these on you: The Independent

Throughout the coronavirus outbreak, government guidelines, medical experts and health organisations such as the World Health Organisation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have advised that regularly washing hands for 20 seconds at a time can prevent the spread of germs.

Health experts have stated that the virus is spread through droplets transmitted into the air from coughing and sneezing, which people nearby can take in through their nose, mouth or eyes.

However, if the droplets land on surfaces and are picked up on the hands of others, it can spread further.

If you are not able to wash your hands with soap and water, then hand sanitiser is the next best thing, as long as it contains at least 60 per cent alcohol, which will kill microorganisms on the skin.

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Meet The Beauty Industry Watchdogs Calling Bulls**t On Brands And Retailers

Beauty industry watchdog Estee Laundry, an Instagram account made up of an anonymous collective, is calling BS on the beauty industry — and they’ve got the receipts.  

Estee Laundry has pulled back the glossy curtain on everything from copycat packaging and racial appropriation to bullying and mistreating employees, bringing transparency to a traditionally opaque industry.

“There wasn’t a specific event that triggered us to form the collective,” a representative from Estee Laundry who wished to maintain anonymity told HuffPost in an email. “Over time, we observed a trend of shady, unethical business practices occurring in the beauty industry, but we also noticed there wasn’t an independent and objective entity out there to hold these brands accountable.” 

Estee Laundry’s content is fueled by email and direct message submissions, around 100 a day, from their 172,000-plus Instagram followers. “Once we review all submissions, we collectively decide as a group which ones to

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Here’s where to support black-owned fitness brands

Superior and stylish exercise apparel brings out the inner champion for any fitness enthusiast. Not to mention, there’s nothing like original designs and cultural prints that make you stand out from a crowd donning the same pair of navy leggings. Not available in big-name stores, these black-owned fitness brands have made a name for themselves by providing seasonal looks that accompany a poignant message.

Whether that be inclusivity size-wise or prints native to their roots, adding these pieces to your closet is a great way to support artists of color while turning heads at the same time. Scroll on to discover some of the best up-and-coming labels catering to diverse audiences and snag something for your next hiking trip to bike ride before sizes sell out.

An African-inspired athleisure brand, Sankofa Athletics make all their products in the United States and feature both men’s and women’s styles.

Drawing her inspiration

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Shop these black-owned fitness brands

Superior and stylish exercise apparel brings out the inner champion for any fitness enthusiast. Not to mention, there’s nothing like original designs and cultural prints that make you stand out from a crowd donning the same pair of navy leggings. Not available in big-name stores, these black-owned fitness brands have made a name for themselves by providing seasonal looks that accompany a poignant message.

Whether that be inclusivity size-wise or prints native to their roots, adding these pieces to your closet is a great way to support artists of color while turning heads at the same time. Scroll on to discover some of the best up-and-coming labels catering to diverse audiences and snag something for your next hiking trip to bike ride before sizes sell out.

An African-inspired athleisure brand, Sankofa Athletics make all their products in the United States and feature both men’s and women’s styles.

Drawing her inspiration

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high street brands selling affordable non-medical face masks

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We never thought we’d be adding face coverings and face masks to our online shopping baskets along with our summer dresses or new running shoes, yet here we are.

From today (15 June 2020), wearing a face mask on public transport to help protect against the coronavirus is compulsory in the UK.

Announced by Grant Shapps, the secretary of state for transport in the UK, today’s date coincides with the reopening of non-essential shops.

This news follows government advice, released last month, that suggested face coverings should be worn in enclosed spaces – including public transport and when visiting some shops.

While you could choose to make your own face covering from home using old

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