47 Best Memorial Day Sales 2020: Nordstrom, Everlane, Coach, & More

ZitSticka: Summer can be harsh on your skin—and these patches help fight heat-induced breakouts. Use the code AMAYZING to get 20% off your order.

Best Memorial Day Home Sales

Bed Bath & Beyond: Bed Bath & Beyond always has some kind of promotion going on—but we’re really eyeing the goods in its Outdoor Patio sale right now: 40% off deck chairs, fire pits and grill accesories? Sold.

CB2: Listen up plant parents, CB2’s is having a 30% off sale on all its planters (basket planters! planters with stands! concrete planters!) along with 30% off other outdoor furniture until May 25, so you now have reason to adopt that second Fiddle Leaf Tree. Code is automatically applied at check.

Wayfair: From storage solutions to comfy sofas, Wayfair is a one-stop-shop for all things home, with ongoing and flash deals up to 70% off.

Williams-Sonoma: Look to Williams Sonoma for all kinds of gourmet fixings, small kitchen appliances (including the Instant Pot!), and backyard entertaining items, up to 40% off through May 25.

Nespresso VertuoPlus Coffee Maker & Espresso Machine with Aeroccino

Williams-Sonoma

$250

$150

Buy Now

Williams-Sonoma Rustic Outdoor Melamine Dinnerware Collection

Williams-Sonoma

$140

$112

Buy Now

Overstock: Scoop up big-ticket items for less with Overstock’s biggest sale of the year. We’re talking up to 70% off everything from patio and garden furniture to select living and bathroom decor. Shipping is free on all orders.

West Elm: Mid century modern vibes, anyone? West Elm has a tiered sale going on for Memorial Day Weekend, starting with 10% off all orders over $100; 15% off orders over $250; 20% off of orders over $500, and 25% off orders over $1500. Free shipping on all orders with the code SAVEMORE.

Buffy: Buffy is offering $25 off orders of $100 or more with the code MEMORIAL25 through May 26. Trust us, you won’t want to let this comforter go.

The Buffy Cloud

Buffy

$129

$104

Buy Now

Eucalyptus Sheets

Buffy

$199

$174

Buy Now

Paddywax: Whether you’re into fresh, spicy, woodsy, or sweet scents, you’ll want to fill your space with Paddywax’s lovely candles and reed diffusers. Place your order on May 25 to get 15% off at checkout, no code needed.

Minna Goods: Minna’s handwoven rugs and pretty kitchen clothes serve up endless wanderlust—and we’d fill our homes with just about everything it has if we could. Its sitewide 20% off sale is a good place to get started, which runs from May 22 through Monday, May 25.

Minna Dream Rug Bright

Minna Goods

$300

$240

Buy Now

Minna Sunrise Stripe Towel

Minna Goods

$28

Buy Now

Coming Soon: It’s hard not to want everything from Coming Soon, and its Memorial Day Weekend sale isn’t making things easier on us. Get up to 30% off unique home accessories like fish keychains, whimsical mirrors, and other vintage design finds while supplies last.

Society6: Filling your home with small accents is an easy way to give your space a new feel, and Society6 has affordable prints and other decor items for the design-minded. Take 40% off wall art; 30% off home decor, and 20% off everything else from May 17 through May 25.

Rifle Paper Co.: If you’ve gotten into journaling or writing letters lately, Rifle Paper Co. is offering 30% off everything from stationery and planners to pretty pillows and prints from May 21 to May 26. Make sure to use the code FRESH at checkout to take advantage of the sale.

Rifle Paper Co. 2021 17-Month Planner

Rifle Paper Co.

$34

$24

Buy Now

Rifle Paper Co. Vintage Blossoms Embroidered Pillow

Rifle Paper Co.

$80

$56

Buy Now

Our Place: If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on the now-iconic Always Pan, now’s your chance. Our Place is offering 15% off on all its kitchenware and cooking utensils through May 25, plus for each purchase, the brand will donate 10 meals to Feeding America. Use the code SUMMERHEAT at checkout.

Birch: Birch is offering $200 off any mattress with the code MDWS200 and free delivery through June 14—with natural mattresses ideal for the eco-conscious snoozer.

Birch Mattress

Birch

$1,499

$1,299

Buy Now

Plush Organic Mattress Topper

Birch

$400

Buy Now

Tempur-Pedic: Tempur-Pedic is offering up to $500 off select mattresses through June 1. Whatever your personal preferences are for firmness and support, the brand has you covered.

Leesa: Leesa is offering $100 off the Studio by Leesa, $200 off the Leesa Original, $300 off the Leesa Hybrid, $400 off the Leesa Legend and free delivery through June 5.

Leesa Original Mattress

Leesa

$999

$849

Buy Now

Leesa Hybrid Mattress

Leesa

$1,699

$1,424

Buy Now

Best Memorial Day Tech Sales

Google: Banish your WiFi problems with Google’s cute-enough-to-leave-out Nest WiFi systems, now available up to $50 off for the router with 2 points. Shop the full range on Google or Amazon.

Roku: A better way to stream all your favorite throwback shows? Try Roku’s 4k TV streaming players. It can turn any TV into a smart TV, and until May 23, the brand is offering $10 off the Roku Premiere 4K, $20 off the Roku Ultra, and $30 off the new Smart Sound Bar.

B&H Photo: Splurge on a camera if photography is your new hobby, or take a look some of the retailer’s other curated Memorial Day deals. It’s got everything from Apple AirPods (and Apple AirPods Pro) to tv deals to other smart home appliances like Apple TV 4K.

Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera Body with Accessory Kit

B&H

$548

$398

Buy Now

Apple 13.3″ MacBook Air with Retina Display

B&H Photo

$1,099

$899

Buy Now

Starbucks’ Iced Guava Passionfruit Pink Drink Is About to Become the Beverage of Summer 2020

Have you been desperately missing your daily trip to Starbucks? Who knew waiting in line with strangers would so quickly become something to look back on with wistful nostalgia.

But according to a company press release, Starbucks has now reopened over 85 percent their company operated stores across the U.S. and plans to have 90 percent open by early June—though there may be modified hours and changes in the services available at various locations. You can also ordering delivery via Uber Eats in 48 states.

This is all very good news indeed for those who need a fix—but what we were most interested in in said release was the announcement of the Starbucks Summer 2020 menu. The first thing that caught our eye was a refreshing pink concoction—the Iced Guava Passionfruit Drink, which we anticipate seeing on Instagram feeds far and wide from now until Labor Day. It’s a non-dairy combo of the flavors of guava, passionfruit, pineapple, and ginger that is then hand-shaken with coconut milk and ice for a “smooth and creamy beverage to uplift your day.”

Just look at that beauty.

Starbucks

Starbucks also announced the return of the S’mores Frappuccino, but only for a limited time—in case you’re in the mood for a drink that can double as a dessert. Just listing the ingredients is making us crave something sugary: marshmallow-infused whipped cream, milk chocolate sauce, a creamy blend of vanilla, coffee, milk and ice, even more marshmallow whipped cream, and a graham cracker crumble.

If you can’t get to (or order from) your local ‘Bucks right now, there are also ways to recreate those delicious macchiatos and Frappuccinos from the comfort of your very own kitchen—and it’s definitely not as complicated as you might think.

In the meantime, our money’s still on the Iced Guava Passionfruit Drink becoming the next Dalgona coffee in terms of internet fame in summer 2020.

Lana Del Rey Is Being Called Out for Her Comments About Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, and Doja Cat

On May 21, Lana Del Rey took to Instagram to slam critics who’ve accused the singer of glamorizing abuse…if only she didn’t feel the need to tear down other female artists to do it—specifically women of color.

“Question for the culture,” singer/songwriter Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, more famously known as Lana Del Rey, began her lengthy post. “Now that Doja Cat, Ariana, Camila, Cardi B, Kehlani and Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé have had number ones with songs about being sexy, wearing no clothes, fucking, cheating, etc—can I please go back to singing about being embodied, feeling beautiful by being in love even if the relationship is not perfect, or dancing for money—or whatever I want—without being crucified or saying that I’m glamorizing abuse?”

“I am fed up with female writers and alt singers saying that I glamorize abuse when in reality I’m just a glamorous person singing about the realities of what we are all now seeing are very prevalent emotionally abusive relationships all over the world,” she continued, before clarifying that she’s “not not a feminist.”

“But there has to be a place in feminism for women who look and act like me,” she wrote. “The kind of woman who says no but men hear yes—the kind of women who are slated mercilessly for being their authentic, delicate selves, the kind of women who get their own stories and voices taken away from them by stronger women or by men who hate women.”

You can read the full Instagram statement below.

Del Rey ended her post by promising two new books of poetry and an upcoming album.

Her position that she’s been unfairly criticized for her perspective on albums like Norman Fucking Rockwell is definitely worth dissecting, but here’s the problem—which doesn’t feel so dissimilar to the ongoing Alison Roman drama: Why did Del Rey feel the need to disproportionately reference black artists and women of color in her argument? Many on Twitter and in the Instagram comments had the same question.

“She aimed her question to ‘the culture’ and then proceeded to name black women specifically (and Ariana/Camilla) who make R&B, Hip Hop and Urban music,” one Twitter user wrote. “Why is that? Why not Taylor? Billie? Adele? Gaga? Katy? Dua?… Why specifically the ‘urban” girls?”

It should be noted, that Beyoncé, Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, and Nicki Minaj just made history by becoming the first four black female artists to take the number one and two spots on the charts with their respective collaborations. Perhaps this is not the time to belittle their efforts and summarize their music as songs about “wearing no clothes and fucking.”

Anyway, here are more twitter reactions.

However, some Twitter users would like to point out that not everything Del Rey said should necessarily be discarded based on the backlash. Some didn’t even think she was insulting the artists mentioned at all. “Before anyone comes for her, Lana del Rey DID NOT shit on other women,” one Twitter user implored. “She is saying that all women should be able to express themselves honestly in music without getting slandered for it. Most of her songs are about the ugly truth. She just don’t want y’all to hate her for it.”

In any case, Roman critiqued Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo while promoting her own cookware capsule collection while Del Rey seemingly used her speech to announce her next album. Next time any women, especially white women, want to promote their success, they should think long and hard before they criticize other women’s work to do it…then just don’t.

Coming to Netflix in June 2020: 102 New Movies and TV Shows to Add to Your Queue

Prepare yourselves and your screens, because Netflix is about to drop so much amazing content into our lives in June 2020.

In fact, there are very few things on this list we don’t want to watch immediately—and there is truly something for everyone. New seasons are coming of Netflix originals like 13 Reasons Why, Fuller House, The Politician, and Queer Eye. Plus, if you’re a scary movie type, The Silence of the Lambs, David Fincher’s Zodiac, and Cape Fear will all be available.

Oh, and let’s not forget Clueless (as if!) and Lady Bird, a film we think Cher Horowitz would love.

Seriously, check out this full list of what’s coming to Netflix in June 2020 and start planning your schedule accordingly.

Available June 1

Act of Valor

All Dogs Go to Heaven

Bad News Bears

Cape Fear

Casper

Cardcaptor Sakura: Clow Card

Cardcaptor Sakura: Sakura Card

Clueless

Cocomelon, season 1

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

The Healer

Inside Man

Lust, Caution

Observe and Report

Priest

The Silence of the Lambs

Starship Troopers

The Boy

The Car (1977)

The Disaster Artist

The Help

The Lake House

The Queen

Twister

V for Vendetta

Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

West Side Story

You Don’t Mess with the Zohan

Zodiac

Available June 2

Alone, season 6

Fuller House: The Farewell Season

Garth Brooks: The Road I’m On, season 1

True: Rainbow Rescue

Available June 3

Killing Gunther

Lady Bird

Spelling the Dream

Available June 4

Baki: The Great Raitai Tournament Saga

Can You Hear Me / M’entends-tu?

Available June 5

13 Reasons Why, season 4

Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai

Hannibal, season 1-3

The Last Days of American Crime

Queer Eye, season 5

Available June 6

Queen of the South, season 4

Available June 7

Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 6 (new episodes available weekly)

Available June 8

Before I Fall

Available June 10

Curon

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, season 5

Lenox Hill

Middle Men

My Mister, season 1

Reality Z

Available June 11

Pose, season 2

Available June 12

Da 5 Bloods

Dating Around, season 2

F is for Family, season 4

Jo Koy: In His Elements

Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts, season 2

ONE PIECE: Alabasta

ONE PIECE: East Blue

ONE PIECE: Enter Chopper at the Winter Island

ONE PIECE: Entering into the Grand Line

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

The Search

The Woods

Available June 13

Alexa & Katie Part 4

How to Get Away With Murder, season 6

Milea

Available June 14

Marcella, season 3

Available June 15

Underdogs

Available June 16

Baby Mama

Charlie St. Cloud

The Darkness

Frost/Nixon

Available June 17

An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn

Mr. Iglesias: Part 2

Available June 18

A Whisker Away

The Order, season 2

Available June 19

Babies: Part 2

Father Soldier Son

Feel the Beat

Floor Is Lava

Lost Bullet

Girls from Ipanema, season 2

One-Way To Tomorrow

The Politician, season 2

Rhyme Time Town

Wasp Network

Available June 21

Goldie

Available June 22

Dark Skies

Available June 23

Eric Andre: Legalize Everything

Available June 24

Athlete A

Crazy Delicious

Nobody Knows I’m Here / Nadie sabe que estoy aquí

Available June 26

Amar y vivir

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Home Game

Straight Up

Available June 29

Bratz: The Movie

Available June 30

Adú

BNA

George Lopez: We’ll Do It For Half

Leaving Netflix in June 2020: Watch These 72 Titles Now While You Can

TV shows and movies have become a lifeline during quarantine—and Netflix is where I’m watching most of them. Thankfully, the streaming platform routinely updates its queue with both original content and classics. But unfortunately, that means some things have to go. Next month is no exception.

Yes, some of your favorite TV shows and movies are leaving Netflix in June. Be sure to get in your screenings of The King’s Speech, the Matrix movies, and all the seasons of Mad Men now while you can.

A particularly sad blow for me: The Polar Express, my favorite childhood Christmas movie, is also leaving Netflix in June. Looks like I’ll have to give it a watch now and make it December in May.

Below, all the TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in June:

Leaving June 1

The King’s Speech

Leaving June 3

God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness

Leaving June 4

A Perfect Man

Leaving June 7

Equilibrium

From Paris with Love

Leaving June 9

Mad Men, seasons 1-7

Leaving June 10

Standoff

Leaving June 11

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, series 1

Leaving June 12

Dragonheart

Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer

Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Leaving June 13

Cutie and the Boxer

Leaving June 16

The Stanford Prison Experiment

Leaving June 22

Tarzan

Tarzan 2

Leaving June 24

Avengers: Infinity War

Leaving June 27

Jeopardy!: Celebrate Alex Collection

Jeopardy!: Cindy Stowell Collection

Jeopardy!: Seth Wilson Collection

Leaving June 29

The Day My Butt Went Psycho!, seasons 1-2

Leaving June 30

21

The Amityville Horror

The Andy Griffith Show, seasons 1-8

Blow

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

Brooklyn’s Finest

Center Stage

Chasing Amy

Cheers, season 1-11

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Chloe

Click

Cloverfield

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

The Duchess

Elizabeth

Elizabeth: The Golden Age

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Ghost Rider

Happyish, season 1

Here Alone

Inception

Instructions Not Included

The Invention of Lying

Julie & Julia

Kate & Leopold

Kiss the Girls

The Last Samurai

Limitless, season 1

Little Monsters

Mansfield Park

The Mask of Zorro

The Matrix

The Matrix Reloaded

The Matrix Revolutions

Minority Report

Patriot Games

Philadelphia

The Polar Express

Race to Witch Mountain

The Ring

Scary Movie

Sliver

Stuart Little 2

Tremors

Tremors 2: Aftershocks

Tremors 3: Back to Perfection

Tremors 5: Bloodline

What Lies Beneath

Yes Man

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Reportedly Gave Each Other the Sweetest Anniversary Gifts

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry celebrated their second wedding anniversary earlier this week—on May 18, to be exact. Really, who could forget that magical day two years ago when they exchanged vows in front of basically the whole world?

A lot has changed since then, including the couple relocating to Markle’s hometown of Los Angeles with their 1-year-old son, Archie. But from the sounds of their gifts to each other to celebrate the big day, their love certainly hasn’t. According to an Us Weekly source, the Duchess of Sussex reportedly gifted her husband with a very thoughtful present—and he did the same in return.

“Meghan designed Harry’s card, and hand wrote a beautiful, sentimental message inside expressing her love for him,” the source said. “Harry surprised Meghan with a huge, stunning bouquet of roses and a ring, which she loves.” Now, unless they come out and tell us directly about their gifts (which, um, highly doubtful), we won’t ever know for certain. But we like the sounds of these sweet presents. Plus, we know Prince Harry is very good at picking out rings for Markle. Just look at her engagement ring or that amazing aquamarine one she wore for their evening wedding reception, which he chose from Princess Diana’s collection of jewelry. And Markle’s handwriting is so gorgeous from her days as a calligrapher, so that card was probably pretty major.

Steve Parsons/Getty Images

The couple reportedly spent their anniversary at home with Archie in L.A., where they have been working from home during the quarantine. “The day will simply be quality time with one another and as a family,” a source told Harper’s Bazaar‘s Omid Scobie. “They’re not going to be doing any work and made sure they have no meetings or calls in the diary.”

All in all, it sounds like a pretty nice day, all things considered. Hopefully when things are safe—and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are out and about again—we’ll get a good look at that new ring.

12 Best Mattress Deals & Sales for Memorial Day 2020: Casper, Purple, & More

Despite spending more time horizontal than we ever thought possible, we’re still jumping on the best mattress deals to take our sleep quality to the next level. As a result of months filled with stress-baking, anxiety naps, and general uncertainty about what lies ahead, we could all use an incredible night’s sleep (or ten). Luckily, some Memorial Day sales landed early, and leading mattress companies are slashing prices for the long weekend. From Casper’s Original Memory Foam Mattress to Buffy’s Instagram-famous Cloud Comforter, these top-rated products will help turn your bedroom into an oasis. Ahead, the best mattress deals to shop this Memorial Day.

Tempur-Pedic

Tempur-Pedic is offering up to $500 off select mattresses through June 1. Whatever your personal preferences are for firmness and support, the tried-and-true brand has you covered.

TEMPUR-breeze° Mattress

Tempur-Pedic

$4,699

$4,399

Buy Now

TEMPUR-Cloud Mattress

Tempur-Pedic

$1,999

$1,399

Buy Now

Casper

Casper is offering 10% off sitewide with code MEMDAY10 through June 1. Don’t (not) sleep on these life-changing mattresses.

Casper Original Mattress

Casper

$1,295

$1,166

Buy Now

Casper Wave Hybrid Mattress

Casper

$2,995

$2,696

Buy Now

Helix

Helix is offering $100 off any mattress order with code MDWS100, $150 off orders of $1250 or more with code MDWS150, or $200 off orders of $1750 or more with code MDWS200. Enjoy the deals through June 14, along with two complimentary Dream Pillows with your purchase.

Midnight Mattress

Helix

$999

$899

Buy Now

Dusk Luxe Mattress

Helix

$1,799

$1,599

Buy Now

Saatva

Saatva is offering $200 off orders of $1,000 or more through May 25. Your luxurious dreamland awaits.

Saatva Classic Mattress

Saatva

$1,299

$1,099

Buy Now

Sateen Sheet & Memory Foam Pillow Bundle

Saatva

$465

Buy Now

Leesa

Leesa is offering $100 off the Studio by Leesa, $200 off the Leesa Original, $300 off the Leesa Hybrid, $400 off the Leesa Legend and free delivery through June 5.

Leesa Original Mattress

Leesa

$999

$849

Buy Now

Leesa Hybrid Mattress

Leesa

$1,699

$1,424

Buy Now

Birch

Birch is offering $200 off any mattress with code MDWS200 and free delivery through June 14—with natural mattresses for the eco-conscious snoozer.

Birch Mattress

Birch

$1,499

$1,299

Buy Now

Plush Organic Mattress Topper

Birch

$400

Buy Now

Layla Sleep

Layla Sleep is offering $200 off the Layla Hybrid Mattress plus two free Layla Memory Foam Pillows with each purchase. In lieu of a warm embrace, take $30 off weighted blankets, $50 off bamboo sheets, and 50% off a second Kapok Memory Foam Pillow when you buy one. Available through May 29.

Layla Hybrid Mattress

Layla Sleep

$1,599

$1,399

Buy Now

Layla Weighted Blanket

Layla Sleep

$149

Buy Now

Boll and Branch

Boll and Branch is offering 10% off all purchases and 10% toward mattresses used for hospital beds in NYC with code GOODNESS. A win-win.

Boll and Branch The Mattress

Boll and Branch

$1,800

$1,620

Buy Now

Classic Hemmed Sheet Set

Boll and Branch

$160

$144

Buy Now

Allswell

Allswell is offering 20% off Luxe and Supreme mattresses, bedding, and bath and spa with code MEM20 through May 25. At-home spa days, here we come.

The Allswell Luxe Hybrid

Allswell

$645

$516

Buy Now

Organic Matelasse Diamond Duvet Cover Set

Allswell

$155

$124

Buy Now

Tuft & Needle

Tuft & Needle is offering up to to 30% off sitewide through May 31. Whether you’re here for bed frames, sheets, or mattresses, you’ve come to the right place.

Mint Mattress

Tuft & Needle

$995

$846

Buy Now

Hybrid Mattress

Tuft & Needle

$1,495

$1,271

Buy Now

Purple

Purple is offering $200 off the Purple Hybrid Premier, $150 off the Purple Hybrid, and $100 off the Purple Mattress, plus additional savings of $200 with its bundles, which come with two pillows and a mattress protector. Available through Tuesday, May 26.

The Purple Mattress

Purple

$1,099

$999

Buy Now

Purple Hybrid Mattress

Purple

$1,599

$1,449

Buy Now

Buffy

Buffy is offering $25 off orders of $100 or more with code MEMORIAL25 through May 26. Trust us, you don’t want to pass up this comforter.

The Buffy Cloud

Buffy

$129

$104

Buy Now

Eucalyptus Sheets

Buffy

$199

$174

Buy Now

18 Best Mattress Deals & Sales for Memorial Day 2020: Casper, Purple & More

Despite spending more time horizontal than we ever thought possible, we’re still jumping on the best mattress deals to take our sleep quality to the next level. As a result of months filled with stress-baking, anxiety naps, and general uncertainty about what lies ahead, we could all use an incredible night’s sleep (or ten). Luckily, some Memorial Day sales landed early, and leading mattress companies are slashing prices for the long weekend. From Casper’s Original Memory Foam Mattress to Buffy’s Instagram-famous Cloud Comforter, these top-rated products will help turn your bedroom into an oasis. Ahead, the best mattress deals to shop this Memorial Day.

Tempur-Pedic

Tempur-Pedic is offering up to $500 off select mattresses through June 1. Whatever your personal preferences are for firmness and support, the tried-and-true brand has you covered.

TEMPUR-breeze° Mattress

Tempur-Pedic

$4,699

$4,399

Buy Now

TEMPUR-Cloud Mattress

Tempur-Pedic

$1,999

$1,399

Buy Now

Casper

Casper is offering 10% off sitewide with code MEMDAY10 through June 1. Don’t (not) sleep on these life-changing mattresses.

Casper Original Mattress

Casper

$1,295

$1,166

Buy Now

Casper Wave Hybrid Mattress

Casper

$2,995

$2,696

Buy Now

Helix

Helix is offering $100 off any mattress order with code MDWS100, $150 off orders of $1,250 or more with code MDWS150, or $200 off orders of $1,750 or more with code MDWS200. Enjoy the deals through June 14, along with two complimentary Dream Pillows with your purchase.

Midnight Mattress

Helix

$999

$899

Buy Now

Dusk Luxe Mattress

Helix

$1,799

$1,599

Buy Now

Saatva

Saatva is offering $200 off orders of $1,000 or more through May 25. Your luxurious dreamland awaits.

Saatva Classic Mattress

Saatva

$1,299

$1,099

Buy Now

Sateen Sheet & Memory Foam Pillow Bundle

Saatva

$465

Buy Now

Leesa

Leesa is offering $100 off the Studio by Leesa, $200 off the Leesa Original, $300 off the Leesa Hybrid, $400 off the Leesa Legend, and free delivery through June 5.

Leesa Original Mattress

Leesa

$999

$849

Buy Now

Leesa Hybrid Mattress

Leesa

$1,699

$1,424

Buy Now

Birch

Birch is offering $200 off any mattress with code MDWS200 and free delivery through June 14—with natural mattresses for the eco-conscious snoozer.

Birch Mattress

Birch

$1,499

$1,299

Buy Now

Plush Organic Mattress Topper

Birch

$400

Buy Now

Layla Sleep

Layla Sleep is offering $200 off the Layla Hybrid Mattress plus two free Layla Memory Foam Pillows with each purchase. In lieu of a warm embrace, take $30 off weighted blankets, $50 off bamboo sheets, and 50% off a second Kapok Memory Foam Pillow when you buy one. Available through May 29.

Layla Hybrid Mattress

Layla Sleep

$1,599

$1,399

Buy Now

Layla Weighted Blanket

Layla Sleep

$149

Buy Now

Boll and Branch

Boll and Branch is offering 10% off all purchases and 10% toward mattresses used for hospital beds in NYC with code GOODNESS. A win-win.

Boll and Branch The Mattress

Boll and Branch

$1,800

$1,620

Buy Now

Classic Hemmed Sheet Set

Boll and Branch

$160

$144

Buy Now

Allswell

Allswell is offering 20% off Luxe and Supreme mattresses, bedding, and bath and spa with code MEM20 through May 25. At-home spa days, here we come.

The Allswell Luxe Hybrid

Allswell

$645

$516

Buy Now

Organic Matelasse Diamond Duvet Cover Set

Allswell

$155

$124

Buy Now

Tuft & Needle

Tuft & Needle is offering up to to 30% off sitewide through May 31. Whether you’re here for bed frames, sheets, or mattresses, you’ve come to the right place.

Mint Mattress

Tuft & Needle

$995

$846

Buy Now

Hybrid Mattress

Tuft & Needle

$1,495

$1,271

Buy Now

Purple

Purple is offering $200 off the Purple Hybrid Premier, $150 off the Purple Hybrid, and $100 off the Purple Mattress, plus additional savings of $200 with its bundles, which come with two pillows and a mattress protector. Available through Tuesday, May 26.

The Purple Mattress

Purple

$1,099

$999

Buy Now

Purple Hybrid Mattress

Purple

$1,599

$1,449

Buy Now

Buffy

Buffy is offering $25 off orders of $100 or more with code MEMORIAL25 through May 26. Trust us, you don’t want to pass up this comforter.

The Buffy Cloud

Buffy

$129

$104

Buy Now

Eucalyptus Sheets

Buffy

$199

$174

Buy Now

Kate Middleton’s Superga Gardening Shoes Are Our New Favorite Sneakers

Kate Middleton is currently spending quarantine working from home and home schooling her kids—you know, just like a lot of us, except likely in a much bigger house and with two future Kings of England. (That would be her husband, Prince William, and her oldest child, Prince George.)

And while we’ve been able to get at least some version of a royal fashion fix thanks to all the Zoom meetings the duchess is holding, there’s one thing that’s missing: her shoes. Honestly, we hope she’s wearing sweatpants and comfy slippers because what even are work pants and shoes right now?

But it’s as if Middleton knew we were jonesing for some royal footwear and being the ever-gracious duchess that she is, she dropped a never-before-seen photo onto her and William’s Instagram feed this week. The shot shows her hard at work on her Back to Nature garden from last year’s Chelsea Flower Show, wearing a pair of khaki green Superga sneakers.

In even better news, the Superga Cotu Classic in Sherwood Gum is still available to buy for just $59. Given the fact that so many of us have decided to become full-time plant moms during quarantine, this green shade is absolutely perfect since it won’t show that dirt that you’ve been therapeutically digging in for weeks now.

Superga Cotu Classic in Sherwood Gum

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We’ve seen the Duchess of Cambridge in Superga sneakers many times before—they’re one of her go-tos. But she typically chooses to wear them in crisp white. In fact, she even chose a pair to debut her garden to the press last year.

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Karwai Tang/Getty Images

It’s a highly relatable move to opt for the green pair while doing the real work on the garden—and that’s just one of the many reasons Middleton is one of our favorite royals. And if she ever reveals a pair of sweats during a Zoom meeting, she just might shoot to the top of the list.

Superga Cotu Classic in Sherwood Gum

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$59

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Superga Cotu Classic in White

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What’s Cooking, Kamala Harris?

The eggs remain one of the better metaphors for what Harris loves about cooking and food: She likes to feed people, to make them laugh, to bring them together around a table. She’s a little earnest about it! Isn’t that part of the fun? “It’s a gift that you can give people,” she says, of cooking. “That’s how I was introduced to it.”

When she was running for president just a few months ago, making elaborate dinners for her loved ones was one of the things she missed most. On Sundays—barring national emergencies—Harris can be found near the stove, sometimes starting her prep work hours in advance. It’s a meditative process she can get lost in. It’s also one over which (unlike the battles she takes on in the Senate) she has more or less total control. “It’s a tradition I really care about, just having a really good home-cooked meal on a Sunday,” she says.

Women with visible platforms tend to get one chance to define themselves, and Harris’ public persona is wrapped up in her career in prosecution. She is the person who closes the case, whose arched brows have gone viral, whose relentless line of questioning makes duplicitous men quake. As far as the reputations that a woman in a position of leadership can have, it’s better than most. But it’s limiting.

In her run for president, Harris leaned into her strengths as a prosecutor, kicking off her campaign with the slogan “Kamala Harris, For the People.” It was a powerful line with unintended consequences. Later in the race, when she and the actor and writer Mindy Kaling made masala dosa together in a campaign video, some accused her of pandering.

But Harris does feel as at home in the kitchen as she does in a courtroom. Food isn’t a bit or a PR push. It’s who she is. In the heat of the campaign, she emphasized to her staff that she wanted to eat in local restaurants. The meals were, sure, one more place to meet potential voters, with dishes that were a little healthier and homier than what she would have found in chains. But the stops also gave her a window into people’s lives—their tastes, their chipped dishes, their stories. Talking over food helps people open up. It’s intimate.

“I would meet the most wonderful people,” Harris says. “Like in Reno, Nevada, there was Sabrina’s [West Street] Kitchen. She had, like, 20 tables and the most incredible, small kitchen, which she showed me. It was like magic, how she’d produce the most delicious food in there. She has this thing she calls cilantro rice, and I begged her, I was like, ‘Oh, come on, give me the recipe.’ She was like, ‘Nope.’”