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This Weekend’s Best Online Sales

Black Friday and Cyber Monday — now colloquially lumped together as Cyber Week, ew — are on the horizon, but there are still a handful of good sales to shop this weekend that have nothing to do with any of that. Levi’s and Sephora in particularly are both having good sitewide deals, and on a smaller scale, basics brand Grana has a terrific discount on cashmere sweaters.

See those and more below, and if you need help deciding on what to buy, head to our Facebook Group and poll the room.Tiffany Yanetta, shopping director

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Sigerson Morrison Eartha Boots ($276)

Club Monaco: This one’s a small deal, but not a shabby one. Club Monaco is having a coat sale where you can take 20% off current styles. This burgundy wool coat with a faux fur trim is $359, this navy one (also with a faux fur trim) is $318, and this very pretty blush coat is on extra sale for $279.

Grana: The brand’s cashmere boyfriend cropped crewneck sweater is on sale for just $65 this weekend, which is a pretty good deal for the quality of the fabric. It comes in navy, camel, and gray, and in sizes XS through XL. Not your style? There’s a cashmere long cardigan that’s also on sale for $89.

Moda Operandi: On the splurgier side, Moda Operandi is offering 50% off fall and winter collections with the code ELEVEN11 through Sunday. Everything that’s eligible for the discount is listed here for easy sorting; that includes this very fun Diane von Furstenberg faux fur jacket for $300 (was $600), this Courrèges patent-effect red mini skirt for $282 (was $565), this Mr. Mittens chunky red wool sweater for $215 (was $430), and the J.W. Anderson Pierce Bag in black for $845 (was $1,690).

L.L.Bean: Here’s a good sale for anyone who needs snow boots, a warm coat, or any other winter gear: L.L.Bean is offering 25% off your entire order, plus free shipping. The obvious choice here are the duck boots and the Wicked Good slippers, but don’t forget about Bean’s signature collection, which is full of some really cute regular clothes. (Also: gifts!)

Sephora: The VIB sale is officially on for all Beauty Insider members. Rogue and VIB folks (those who have spent $1,000 and $350 in a calendar year, respectively) get 20% off, and Beauty Insiders get 15% off. Not sure what to buy? Our senior beauty reporter has put together a list of her top 10 makeup and skincare picks, which include the Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation (regularly $34) and the Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatement With Avocado (regularly $29).

Levi’s: There’s a “pre-holiday” sale going on at Levi’s that’s 30% off sitewide. There’s a ton to shop, but some standouts: the Wedgie Fit Jeans ($69, were $98), the 710 Skinny Jeans ($38, were $54.50), and the Original Sherpa Denim Jacket ($90, was $128).

Kara: Today through Sunday, this very cool NYC-based accessories brand is offering up to 40% off backpacks, totes, crossbody bags, and more. Most of the bags are still above $200, but there are a few genuinely good deals. For example, this powder blue leather backpack, which is normally $450, is marked down to $315 this weekend.

Sigerson Morrison: The shoe brand is offering a 30%-off discount on sale shoes, which does indeed include some boots. But! The real star of the show is the Janet Slingbacks, which are marked down to $245 from $350 and come in black patent leather, navy patent leather, and copper metallic. If flats are more your speed, these leather mules are $192 (were $275).

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Hey Magazines, Stop Messing With Black Women’s Hair

Last night, Lupita Nyong’o directed an Instagram post at the magazine Grazia, which photographed the Academy Award winner for its November cover and, without asking her first, edited the image to eliminate her natural curls. Nyong’o provided a side-by-side of the original image, in which she wears her hair pulled back at the neck, and the one that ultimately ran.

“As I have made clear so often in the past with every fiber of my being, I embrace my natural heritage and despite having grown up thinking light skin and straight, silky hair were the standards of beauty, I now know that my dark skin and kinky, coily hair are beautiful too,” Nyong’o wrote on Instagram. “I am disappointed that @graziauk invited me to be on their cover and then edited out and smoothed my hair to fit their notion of what beautiful hair looks like.”

Lupita Nyongo's touched and untouched covers
Photo: @lupitanyongo

Instances of brands and institutions taking issue with and imposing restrictions on black women’s hair run rampant, from hair policing in schools to ignorant comments on the Oscars red carpet. Just last month, Solange Knowles called out the Evening Standard for editing out her braids on the cover of its magazine, despite addressing in the accompanying profile the role that hair styling has played in Knowles’s life.

At this point, Grazia has apologized to Nyong’o and says that it is committed to representing diversity throughout its pages, which would ring a lot more true if it hadn’t just messed with the Black Panther star’s hair. To Grazia and the Evening Standard, Nyong’o and Knowles had the same message: “Don’t touch my hair.” —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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