Summer

Up to 50% off Marc Jacobs from the Amazon Summer Sale

If you’ve been coveting a little piece of luxury, there’s no day like today. The Amazon Summer Sale — also known as the Big Style Sale — kicked off Monday with huge discounts and markdowns on everything from apparel to luggage and some amazing deals on accessories from Marc Jacobs. Although Amazon Prime Day is postponed indefinitely, the Amazon fashion summer sale includes white hot sales and deals from loads of fashion brands that offer deals up to 80% off.

You’ll find all of summer’s biggest fashion trends at a discounted price, including Marc Jacobs sale items like bucket hats and colorful crossbody handbag options. You’ll also score essential items for your wardrobe and classic staples from the fashion designer like the perfect black leather tote bag. They are all available at great deals at Amazon’s summer sale.

Due to the Amazon Prime Day Sale being postponed, the Amazon Summer

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The Amazon Summer Sale Is Like Prime Day for Fashion and Clothing: Top Deals So Far

Clear your schedule for the Amazon Summer Sale, also called The Big Style Sale, which focuses on discount summer fashions. Amazon’s Big Style Sale, Amazon’s biggest sale in fashion to date, kicks off Monday, June 22.

Not only does the sale include Amazon brands, but it also features luxury brand markdowns within Shopbop, which Amazon acquired in 2006. That means shoppers will see deep discounts on brands like Kate Spade, Tory Burch, Rebecca Minkoff, Marc Jacobs, Tumi, and many more.

According to CNBC, the online retail giant intends to jumpstart sales to sellers and retailers whose sales were drastically affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as well as the postponement of the annual Amazon Prime Day, which is usually held in July. The Amazon Fashion Summer Sale also serves as an opportunity for shoppers who have been hit financially in recent months

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You Would Never Guess These Summer Pieces Are All Under $100

As the weather outside starts to heat up, it seems like there’s a common goal among fashion girls everywhere: finding the perfect summer fit. And after doing some research, it looks like there’s one place influencers are flocking to shop: Stitch Fix. More specifically, the exclusive collection that just launched with fashion influencer and body-positivity advocate, Katie Sturino.

This collaboration is special for a number of reasons, but especially because it’s the first time that non-clients can shop directly on Stitch Fix. The collection is size-inclusive (which is something Stitch Fix always prides itself on offering its clients) and inspired by Sturino’s love of primary colors and bright prints.

So, because I’m forever looking for outfit inspo, I turned to three very fashionable ladies—Vanessa Romo, Aysha Sow, and Alex LaRosa—to show me how they’re styling the chic under-$100 pieces from the collection. Spoiler alert: They

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It’s Official – Paris, Milan, and London Fashion Week Are All Going Digital This Summer

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 11: Ashley Graham walks the runway at Prabal Gurung - Runway - February 2018 - New York Fashion Week: at Spring Studios on February 11, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Presley Ann/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 11: Ashley Graham walks the runway at Prabal Gurung – Runway – February 2018 – New York Fashion Week: at Spring Studios on February 11, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Presley Ann/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

It looks like we’ll be seeing a lot more digital fashion shows this summer. The coronavirus pandemic has caused the fashion industry to change its regular Fashion Week format for the next few seasons, and many major events like the Met Gala, the CFDA Awards, and the Cannes Film Festival have all been postponed indefinitely. We’ve already seen designers like Jacquemus adapt to the new normal by creating fashion campaigns shot via FaceTime starring celebrities like Bella Hadid. Carine Roitfeld even turned her CR Runway show into an online event that premiered live on YouTube, as did Vogue with its virtual event A Moment With

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