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The Best Sales to Shop This Weekend

When you’re in the market for new fall clothes right at the beginning of the season, sitewide sales are a godsend. They mean you get to take the discount off your whole purchase, so you can buy whatever it is you actually need for cheap instead of waiting until it’s almost spring again to buy all your sweaters on sale. And guess what? Lucky you, because so many sites are running sitewide or friends-and-family sales this weekend.

From F&F sales at JoieEquipment, and Current/Elliott (they’ve all got the same parent company) and Levi’s to a big sitewide discount at Loft and some amazingly stuffed sale sections at the best online indie boutiques, you are going to be looking fresh come October. See all these sales and more below, and head to our Facebook group if you want to chat about any new purchases! —Cory Baldwin, shopping editor

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Levi’s: The denim brand is running a 30% off friends-and-family sale with code FRIEND30. Use it to grab stuff you’ll wear all fall, like the original trucker jacket ($38.50, was $55) or anything from the Levi’s Made & Crafted premium line.

La Garçonne: This isn’t a sitewide sale, but indie boutique La Garçonne’s sale section is filled with stuff you could wear this fall, or, really, year-round, from top designers; so much of it is under $50 and under $100, too. There’s honestly too much cool stuff to list, so I’d suggest starting in the 70% off section.

Equipment: Use code EQFRIENDS for 25% off sitewide. Hit up Equipment if you need stuff for work or date night. The brand is probably best known for those Kate Moss-style button-down silk blouses, which are somehow both very sexy and very office-appropriate. I especially like this dark floral version ($208.50, was $278).

Joie: Use code JOIEFRIENDS for 25% off sitewide. I’ve got a turtleneck sweater from Joie that I bought on sale last year and it’s probably the softest thing I’ve ever owned. Aside from sweaters, the store is also a good place to look for fall essentials like coats and boots.

AhaLife: Take 25% off sitewide at AhaLife with code FLASH25. This store — in my opinion, one of the internet’s best gift stores — has everything from homewares to beauty to tech, so take your time browsing. A few items I wouldn’t mind having in my life include this gorgeous brushed cashmere sweater ($217.50, was $290) and any of the bags made by New York’s Kaufman Mercantile.

Current/Elliott: Use code CEFRIENDS to get 25% off sitewide. Obviously this is a good sale to hit up if you need jeans — I particularly like the Boyfriend Jean ($154.50, was $206) and the Super High-Waisted Stiletto Jean ($148.50, was $198) — but the brand also has a few cozy sweaters, like this Destroyed Knit one ($223.50, was $298). For anyone expecting, note that there are also nice maternity clothes (it’s a collab with Hatch).

Loft: Everything at Loft is 40% off right now. Yup, everything. I’d suggest heading to the sweater section, where there are cozy picks like this Slit Sleeve Sweater and the Boyfriend Sweater (each $29.70, were $49.50), before scoping out skirtstrousers, and blouses for work.

Need Supply Co.: Need Supply’s sale section is always pretty full (thanks, guys!!), but this week in particular you’ll find a ton of stuff for less than $100. I really, really want this Ganni dress (now $76) and this crewneck sweater (now $40).

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Michelle Phan Is Leaving Ipsy
Michelle Phan

YouTube beauty tutorial pioneer Michelle Phan has had a tumultuous year. After “peacing out on” her huge YouTube audience and taking a break from her sampling box business, Ipsy, she traveled the world for several months to get herself out of a slump. When she came back, she bought back Em Cosmetics, the failed beauty brand L'Oréal started with her, and relaunched it independently a few months ago.

Her most recent move has her walking away from Ipsy permanently to focus on Em Cosmetics full-time. Em, which was part of Ipsy, is now the property of Phan’s new company, Divinium Labs, LLC. (TechCrunch characterized Ipsy as “divesting” Em Cosmetics.) Phan said in a statement, “Leading EM Cosmetics will allow me to realize my vision of building a global beauty brand with innovative R&D and increased vertical integration.” Em currently has a small assortment of eyeliners and liquid lipsticks that it sells on its own site, as well as more than 300,000 Instagram followers.

Ipsy was co-founded by Phan, CEO Marcelo Camberos, and current president Jennifer Goldfarb in 2011. It raised $100 million in Series B funding in 2015 and was valued at $500 million at that point. In addition to sending out $10 monthly sample boxes to its more than 3 million subscribers, it hosts a “creator” incubator called Ipsy Open Studios, and it hosts the Generation Beauty conferences, where beauty influencers, beauty fans, and brands collide. It’s unclear if these latter two initiatives will continue without Phan on board. (We’ve reached out to Ipsy for more information and will update this story when we hear back.)

Ipsy also has some news of its own: It’s launching an e-commerce platform called Ipsy Shopper. After years of only offering samples, Ipsy members will be able to buy full-sized products starting in November. To access Shopper, you have to be an Ipsy subscriber. Based on some scattered Reddit discussion, Ipsy apparently launched an app in beta several months ago for select users.

If you’re a subscriber, you get between 10 and 30 percent cash back when you buy things in the new marketplace. The catch is you can’t access that money until you earn $25. At that point, Ipsy will send you the cash via PayPal or a check, though a minimum of $10 has to be used toward more Ipsy products. And there are other caveats, according to the fine print on the website: You have to maintain your subscription or you lose the cash, and it’s redeemable for “eligible products until cash out date,” which sounds like there will be limits on what products you can spend it on and when. If you don’t redeem or cash out in six months, your cash “expires” and you’ll lose it. It will likely result in some confusion until subscribers get the hang of it.

This is a big step for Ipsy, as the company has previously directed subscribers to individual brands’ sites to purchase products. Ipsy will offer 30,000 different products for sale. Some of the available brands will include CiateNyxNudestix, and Naked Cosmetics. —Cheryl Wishhover, senior beauty reporter

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Rihanna Is Already Launching More Stuff in Her Fenty Beauty Collection
Fenty Beauty holiday collection

Yesterday in Paris, Rihanna revealed, via Fenty Beauty’s Instagram Stories, that she is launching a holiday collection.

The “Galaxy Collection” is notable (besides the fact that Rihanna helped make it) because it introduces a few new product categories and a whole lot of color to the fairly neutral main line. It features an eyeshadow palette, a brush, liquid eyeliner, and some products called Lip Glitter and Cosmic Gloss. (Sounds very promising.) As you can see in this Instagram, these appear to come in four shades each. You’ll recall that her original collection has only one universal lip gloss, so this adds a lot more lip options.

The line will be available on October 13th at Sephora. Presumably, since it’s a holiday collection, it will be limited edition, but it would be fair to assume that we can expect to see more products in these categories coming down the pipeline. —Cheryl Wischhover, senior beauty reporter

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