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Yet Another Lawsuit Against Forever 21

A former Forever 21 employee is suing the company for negligence and invasion of privacy after video footage of her using the staff restroom at the Providence, Rhode Island, store where she worked made its way onto porn websites. According to the complaint filed on Tuesday, “Jane Doe” is seeking at least $2 million for “extreme emotional damages and attendant physical damages.”

This store’s employee locker room was not outfitted with any security features, making it difficult for the company to argue that the camera in the single-stall restroom was installed to prevent theft. The plaintiff, who was a student at Providence College at the time of the incident, doesn’t know who placed the camera in the restroom, but her suit holds Forever 21 responsible, regardless of whether management knew about its existence.

Needless to say, this is a departure from the copyright infringement lawsuits that are more commonly lobbed at Forever 21. We’ll see how this one turns out. —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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The sale section at Anthropologie is an extra 40% off right now — drop an item in your cart to see its final price — which puts so much stuff under $60. Dress up for the holidays in this lace column dress ($59.97, from $198) or shiny blue skirt ($47.97, was $118), bundle up in this top-rated kimono that’s appropriate to wear out of the house ($29.97, from $78), or stuff a stocking with under-$10 items like a leather-bound coin pouch on a keychain (now $8.97) and cute hair ties (now $4.17).

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This week, two royals made headlines while clad in winter-white outerwear: soon-to-be-Duchess (and erstwhile Suits star) Meghan Markle, whose engagement to Prince Harry was all anyone could talk about on Monday, and Beyoncé “Queen Bey” Knowles, who needs no introduction.

Markle posed for photos with her fiancé in a cream-colored wrap coat from the Toronto-based brand Line, and while the $750 jacket sold out almost instantly, the brand promised it will be restocked in the future. (It was also quickly renamed the “Meghan” in her honor.)

Beyoncé, meanwhile, posted a “Thiccsgiving” triptych last weekend featuring a similar belted coat by Burberry. If you’re in the mood for a splurge, you can pick up her exact coat for $1,350 (that’s half-off, if that’s any extra incentive) — but if you’re not exactly blessed with a Bey-sized budget, fear not. There are plenty of similar snowy styles on the market right now, and judging by these two regal style stars, you’ll want to own one before the real winter chill sets in. Elana Fishman, entertainment editor

Three white wrap coats

ASOS Coat With Batwing Sleeve, $134.22. Halston Heritage Wrap Coat, $895. Burberry Asymmetric Coat, $1,350.

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Richer Poorer Holiday Sock Kit, $38

Boyfriend, brother, best friend, dad: If he’s over the age of 20 and employed somewhere other than an athletic gym, he probably needs better socks in the rotation. Richer Poorer is a very good place to start. The brand’s holiday sock kits (available for both men and women) are uber-soft and come in packs of three, so you can keep them covered through half the week. Shop 'em here >>

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