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Who Among Us Does Not Own Adidas Shoes?

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Who’s Buying All This Adidas Stuff?

Adidas is crushing its competition right now, reports Marc Bain at Quartz. (Sports joke!) The brand released its third quarter sales results today, which included a 31 percent rise in North America to over $1 billion. That’s impressive on its own, but striking when compared to the sales decreases that Under Armour and Nike have experienced recently in the US, which is by far the world’s biggest sportswear market. Here is a painfully straightforward graph representing that discrepancy.

Why is everyone buying Adidas right now? The brand owes a debt to the appeal of its sporty non-sports merchandise, like cool, everyday sneakers, designer collaborations, and these track pants. —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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Nordstrom Rack, a discount store, has a clearance section that makes things even cheaper, and right now that clearance section is an extra 25% off. Make a game out of finding the lowest prices from your favorite brands: An Alice + Olivia sheath dress is just $90 (from $295), Aldo Chelsea boots are $56.25 (from $135), this Madewell linen tee is just over $11 (from $59.50), and these Topshop olive green pants are only $7.65 (from $68). No time for games? Start with the jeans and activewear sections and filter by your size.

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I wouldn’t put this on a court transcript, but I am fairly certain that the first time I saw Harold and Maude was my freshman year of college, in some friends’ dorm room, alone. I’m not quite sure how that situation would have come to pass — I believe a pair or group of us had started to watch together, and then someone had a rehearsal or a dinner or a study group, and then it was just me sitting on the carpet watching this odd, taupe-tinted movie and humming to Cat Stevens.

I loved a lot of things on that first viewing, and in the dozen or two subsequent ones since. I loved Harold’s mournful eyes and Maude’s bubbly wisdom; I loved the sunflowers and the tombstones and the sense that everything would be okay even when it wasn’t. And I loved Maude’s outfits, these proto-menocore compilations of jackets and scarves and dressing gowns.

Whether she’s crashing a funeral or dancing with her significantly younger boyfriend, Maude’s outfits reflect her outlook: they’re utilitarian, but surprisingly cheerful. Everything she wears looks well-loved, the spoils of a life lived simply and joyously. And that means her look isn’t hard to copy — just wear everything you love at the exact same time, detractors be damned, sometimes for a whole week in a row. 

A yellow raincoat, a scarf, and a robe
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Here are a few Maude-ian pieces to get you started: a yellow raincoat that'll brighten even the cloudiest day; a scarf to wrap around your perfect crown of braids (or just your regular hairdo); a robe for swanning around your cluttered yet homey apartment.

What I love most about Maude’s style — sartorially and otherwise — is her lack of fear. She’s not afraid of being laughed at or judged; she’s not afraid to die. She’s not afraid to be alone, and she’s also not afraid to open herself up to the splendor and pain of others. I think that’s what I was drawn to most on the first viewing, when I was no older than Harold is meant to be.

This is why Maude’s death at the end of the movie isn’t sad. How lovely, it says, to have found your people; how lovely to have done what you could the best you knew how; how lovely to say goodbye when it’s time. —Alanna Okun, senior editor

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We're asking people with great style what's on their shopping radar. Up today: Susan Alexandra, a jewelry designer based in New York. 

"I’m on the hunt for a perfect bias-cut, floor-length slip dress. In my mind, this dress is an inky midnight blue and channels Carole Lombard and Marlene Dietrich. I️ would wear this with my vintage men’s leather jacket and giant earrings to a holiday party, or over a sheer T-shirt with my Tretorn sneakers."

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