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The Best Sales to Shop This weekend

Got the itch to shop this weekend? Lucky you: As always, there are a bunch of good sales going on right now that’ll help you do that without going totally broke. Highlights include some steep deals at both ASOS and H&M, where cheap things are now even cheaper than usual — up to 70% off at the former, 80% off at the latter. Plus, Urban Outfitters is still running a really good beauty sale that you don’t want to miss. See those and more below.Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

Woman wearing blue jumpsuit with embroidered insects on it.
Antropologie Critter Embroidered Jumpsuit ($141)

ASOS: A lot of new arrivals just hit the ASOS sale. That includes fall boots and coats — two things you probably need but would prefer not to pay full price for. This camo parka is marked down to $72 (from $103), this trench is $95 (from $119), and this lightweight white jacket — maybe you live in LA? — is just $34 (from $87).

Nordstrom: Women’s plus-size clothing is marked down up to 40% off right now, and there are more than 700 items to choose from. Granted, you’d probably prefer not to look through them all, so here are a few favorites: This burgundy faux-leather coat is $182 (from $305), this Eileen Fisher fringed hem sweater is $130 (from $218), and these great-for-work stretchy knit trousers are $75 (from $124).

H&M: The sale over at H&M is now up to 80% off, which, considering H&M’s prices, makes a lot of stuff very cheap. Snag a denim jacket for $18, skinny jeans for $15, and these glittery platform loafers for $13. And if you’re willing to spend a little more, this gray 100 percent cashmere sweater is $70.

Anthropologie: There’s a decent sale going on at Anthro right now, with 25% off full-priced dresses, 20% off full-priced tops, and 15% off full-priced pants and skirts. That brings this black knit mock-neck midi dress to $111, and this red turtleneck sweater to $62. It also makes this jumpsuit embroidered with insects $141, and let’s get real: You should not pay full price for that.

Urban Outfitters: The beauty sale at Urban, which is a discount of 20% off a bunch of products, is still going, as is a separate deal on rompers and jumpsuits (30% off) and bodysuits (a select few are just $19). If you’re not sure where to start with beauty, here’s our list of some of the best picks — brands include Quai, Milk Makeup, Anastasia Beverly Hills, Stila, and more.

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Models Are Sharing Stories About Sexual Misconduct on the Job
Cameron Russell

In the week since the New York Times published its first report on the numerous sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood exec Harvey Weinstein, followed by several sexual assault allegations reported by the New Yorker, women in entertainment and beyond have been coming forward to share their own experiences of sexual misconduct in the workplace. Yesterday, model and activist Cameron Russell invited those in the fashion industry to share their stories via Instagram DM, which she would then blast out to her 77,200 followers.

As of this morning, there were 33 posts and counting. Most come from models (both female and male) and photographers’ assistants who describe being verbally harassed and physically assaulted by much older men, including photographers and designers, in professional situations. Some models report the incidents taking place when they were as young as 15 and new to the job — a power imbalance that’s impossible to miss. (Russell has left all of the posts anonymous and blocked out the names of those accused of sexual misconduct.)

“Every model I’ve met has at least one story,” writes one contributor, who described being groped by a designer after he asked her to undress for a fitting.

Incidents of sexual harassment and assault are part of the larger narrative of the poor treatment of models. This is a recurring topic of conversation in the fashion industry, and one that bubbled up again recently when casting director James Scully publicly called out Balenciaga for leaving prospective runway models waiting for hours in an unlit stairwell. In early September, luxury giants LVMH and Kering jointly committed to new size requirements for their models (to discourage eating disorders) and restrictions on working with underage models. But despite the work of groups like the Model Alliance and the Council of Fashion Designers of America, which has issued model health guidelines as far back as 2007, the industry’s commitment to sticking to any such rules has been spotty at best. —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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