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Sunday Reads
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Welcome to the Racked Reads newsletter! Every Sunday we’ll share Racked’s best features from the week that was, as well as some non-Racked things we read and think you will like.

Hello! Hi! We (“we” being Racked) are just checking in to let you know that were still committed to bringing you the best of our essays, op-eds, and features every weekend. Such as this one, on a company manufacturing $89 hoodies in the U.S. and what’s actually in play and at stake when we (“we” being politicians, usually) talk about saving American manufacturing. It’s a premise that might sound boring, but we extremely promise it is worth your while (“we” being Alanna and also Meredith, who wrote it and and feels weird bragging about it but has heard nice things from other people).  —Alanna Okun and Meredith Haggerty, senior editors

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Features From Racked This Week

Some of the features, investigations, and longform journalism we published this week.

There’s a whole lot of drama going down behind the scenes at Deciem, the parent company of everyone’s favorite skincare brand, The Ordinary. 

Arabelle Sicardi on how depression can affect one’s body and relationship to clothing.

Lindsay King-Miller on how androgynous style shouldn’t just be for thin people.

The origins (and appropriations) of the aloha shirt.

People experiencing homelessness might not always look the way you assume.

Modest clothing doesn’t always come with modest price points.

Why do big brands even still have standalone men’s shops?

And finally, your local J.Crew might soon sprout a teeny tiny Madewell.

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What We're Reading

A few of our favorite fashion and beauty reads this week from around the internet, curated by Racked editors.

Read this stunning Edith Zimmerman comic / piece / essay about quitting drinking (featuring an assist from knitting).

Check out this High Snobiety documentary on Russia’s thriving counterfeit streetwear culture.

Sorry, but the fact that Kylie Jenner tweeted about Snap and might have tanked its value by over a billion dollars is so funny, or at the very least emblematic of How We Live Now.

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