These Celeb-Loved Uggs Are on Crazy Sale Right Now

Great news! So many best-selling Uggs are on markdown right now at Nordstrom, Zappos, and more. Shop the best Ugg Cyber Monday Sales of 2021 to score big on short and tall boots, colorful slippers, and comfy slides up to 40% off. PS: If you need styling inspo, keep scrolling to see how celebs like Gigi Hadid, Rihanna, and Emily Ratajkowski wear their Uggs.  

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ORIGINAL STORY: January 11, 2021—Sweatpants were the one thing we could all agree on in lockdown, and what better footwear to tuck them into than in a plush pair of Uggs? While most trends of the early aughts can kindly stay in the past (low-rise jeans are typing…), the fleece-lined footwear made a comeback right on time, cushioning our feet with a sense of security we could all use during a tumultuous time. Celebrities, humbled by having literally nowhere to go and no one to see for maybe the first time ever, leaned into loungewear just like the rest of us—and we’re all in agreement that the cozy Aussie brand is officially a wardrobe staple again.

From Rihanna to the Hadids, It girls were on board with the throwback look that might inspire you to log into your MySpace account from the early aughts. Among all of the pandemic trends that kept us afloat throughout the year (puzzles, roller skating, and copious amounts of sourdough), the best Uggs were there to help ground us amidst the chaos. At the end of the day, it’s literally just a shoe, but there’s no denying the solace that rushes over you when you slip into their signature softness. Ahead, the six best Uggs worth shopping for the season, inspired by celebrities who wore them best.

The Ugg Classic Mini II

Gigi Hadid in all-black-everything

Gotham

Glossier’s Cyber Monday Sale Is Giving Us 20% Off Everything

It’s that time of year again—the best Glossier Cyber Monday Deals 2021 are here. This is not a drill: Everyone’s favorite cool-girl brand is 20% off the entire site now through today only (!). Following the first-ever Friends of Glossier Sale over the summer, this is the brand’s second sale of the year—so it’s not to be taken lightly. 

The best Glossier Cyber Monday deals 2021 are a tiny window of opportunity to score big on beauty and skin-care heroes in the Glossier universe, so take the time to stock up on your must-haves—hi, Boy Brow.

What’s more, Emily Weiss and Co. are putting the pale-pink cherry on top of the best Glossier Cyber Monday Deals 2021 with five limited-edition sets *only* available this weekend. The sets range in price and size and will save you up to 35% off on some of Glossier’s most popular products. We’re especially excited about the The Full Face of Glossier, which includes Cloud Paint blush, Lash Slick mascara, and the Perfecting Skin Tint. The Smells Like You fragrance set also caught our eye, since it’s a great way to snag the brand’s signature scent twice via the Hand Cream and Glossier You fragrance.

Ready to shop the Glossier sale? You’ll need a game plan. To help you get your cart rolling, we asked Glamour editors about the Glossier products—from top-shelf mainstays like the Milky Jelly Cleanser to newcomers—they’ll be buying in bulk this year. Check out their must-have picks and get ready to give your routine a makeover.

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13 Excellent Verishop Sale Finds You Need on Your Radar

You’ve scrolled through thousands of Amazon markdowns. You’ve made it to the end of Nordstrom’s massive Cyber Monday selection. Wondering what’s next? A Verishop sale, which may just have the fashion and beauty discounts you didn’t know you needed on your radar. 

Home to buzzy independent designers like Ganni, Staud, and Hay as well as coveted luxury brands like Vince and Dr. Loretta, Verishop has a stacked selection of fashion, beauty, and home goods—hundreds of which are currently up grabs for up to 50% off. You’ll find just about everything here, from wardrobe essentials that get rarely get marked down to highly giftable skin-care sets and decor accents worthy of precious counter space.

Some of the best pieces were already snapped on Black Friday (no surprise here), but the good news is the e-tailer just replenished its virtual shelves with a stacked selection of discounts just in time for Cyber Monday, which you can still cash in on today. Scroll down below to see for yourself. (P.S: If you’re somehow immune to this Verishop sale, the best Cyber Monday deals of 2021 will convince you otherwise.)

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22 Lelo Cyber Monday Deals That Are Too Good to Pass Up

Let us start off by saying that there’s no better time to invest in a sex toy than during winter—and with the best Lelo Cyber Monday deals 2021, you can do so now at a fraction of the price. For those whose bedside tables have yet to be blessed by products from the Swedish adult-toy company, Lelo designs some of the most innovative, luxe, and powerful sex toys on the market. And with steep discounts on some of the brand’s longtime best sellers, Lelo certainly tops the list of the best Cyber Monday sales of 2021.

Today only, Lelo is offering up to 50% off (yes, really) its top models. From your standard rabbit-style vibrator to Bluetooth-activated sets for couples, there’s a toy for every position, fantasy—and relationship status. We highlighted the best Lelo Cyber Monday deals of 2021 below, but if these don’t get your heart pumping, check out the brand’s sale section for yourself. (P.S. If you’re shopping for a ~saucy~ gift, stock up while you can to avoid any potential holiday shipping delays.)

Looking for more must-shop sales? Check out our edit of the best Cyber Monday deals of 2021. 

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36 Incredible Discounts to Score at Ulta’s Cyber Monday Sale

Rejoice: The Ulta Cyber Monday deals 2021 are here. The beauty retailer has finally blessed us with its Cyber Monday sale for 2021, and there are so many amazing deals up for grabs. If we’re being honest, it’s even more stacked than the Black Friday deals.

The Cyber Monday sale is happening today only, and sales are going strong both online and IRL. In true Ulta Beauty fashion, there are a few types of discounts happening here: Some products range from 30% to 50% off, and others come with complimentary gifts or BOGO, but they’re all excellent.

It’s a bit of a mixed bag, but one thing’s clear: These deals won’t last. You can get 30% off all things Tarte, 30% off Lancôme skin care, and 50% off makeup palettes, so you’re going to want to fill your cart (and maybe even come back for seconds). While you can see the full breakdown of what’s on sale here, we went ahead and rounded up the best products to shop from the Ulta Cyber Monday deals 2021, below. Thank us later. 

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The Best Ulta Cyber Monday Skin-Care Deals 

Whether you’re looking for gifts or to replenish your own stash, winter is the time to go hard on skin care. Get your routine off to a good start with $15 cleansers, 50% off select masks, and 30% off the entire Mario Badescu brand.

The Best Ulta Cyber Monday Makeup Deals 

Part of Ulta’s appeal is that the retailer combines the best of high-end and drugstore products, and during this sale you can get both at serious discounts. Grab 30% off all Tarte everything, 50% off incredible eyeshadow palettes, and more.

The Best Ulta Cyber Monday Hair-Care Deals 

From dry shampoos to hot tools, there are some real gems in here. How does 30% off Hot Tools blow-dry brushes sound? Amazing? We thought so too. And consider nabbing a $100 T3 hair dryer while you’re at it…

The Best Ulta Cyber Monday Perfume Deals

Whether you’re on the hunt for the perfect gift for mom or just looking for your new signature scent, the fragrances at Ulta don’t disappoint. Psst: We’ve got more perfume deals where these came from, too.

The Best Ulta Cyber Monday Body-Care Deals 

It’s the perfect weather for an at-home spa weekend, and Ulta’s sale section has all the right products to get you started, like 30% off Soap & Glory products and a jumbo tub of First Aid Beauty cream for just $19.

Pacifica Bacne Warrior Acne Fighting Spray for Back and Chest

$16$11

Ulta

Bella Cacciatore is the beauty writer at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.

44 Best Sex Toy Cyber Monday Deals 2021 Too Hot to Miss

“Best Sex Toy Cyber Monday Deals 2021” may not be the first thing you type into Google this Cyber Monday, but with cold weather right around the corner, it should be. Shopping for a sex toy that hits the discreet, powerful, and versatile trifecta is no easy feat—especially at a reasonable price point. That’s not to say some of these sex toys aren’t worth the splurge, but finding a great vibrator for less feels especially satisfying.

To help, we found the best Cyber Monday sex toys you’ll want to add to cart immediately. Whether you’re searching for a hands-free vibrator for date night, a surprise for your partner, or a ring-shaped sex toy that simulates oral sex and won’t cause any raised eyebrows from guests in your tiny apartment, these deals are so good you’ll (literally) be screaming for more. Ahead, shop the best sex toy Cyber Monday deals that are perfect for uncovering new erogenous zones. Don’t forget: If you’re shopping for gifts, do it early this year so you can skip potential shipping delays.

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Babeland is an excellent destination for sex toys from top brands, including We-Vibe, Je Joue, Womanizer, Mystique, and more. Best part? The entire site is currently 20% off for Cyber Monday. What are you still doing here?

Swedish brand Lelo designs some of the most luxe and innovative sex toys on the market. For the Lelo Cyber Monday sale, the luxe sex toy brand is currently offering up to 60% off top-rated models—including its fan-favorite clitoral stimulator and game-changing couples vibe. Find even more toe-curling favorites on sale at Lelo right now. 

Maude just dropped its first-ever sale, offering 20% off orders of $75+ with the code BLACKFRIDAY20. We’ve got our eye on its newest bundles, which offer combos of Maude’s best-selling products (including their new anal plug) at a discount.

If you’re looking for a tried-and-true sex toy that will never let you down, consider Womanizer’s line of vibrators. They were apparently the most sought-after vibrator during quarantine, and now the brand is slashing prices by up to 50% on even more top-rated models. 

For seriously discounted sex toys, look no further than Lovehoney’s Cyber Monday sale. The brand is offering up to 60% off top models, including sex toys for couples, sex toys for men, and sex toys for women. You can currently snag a high-end vibrator for $20. 

Magic Wand Rechargeable Extra Powerful Cordless Vibrator

$150$135

Lovehoney

Desire Luxury Rechargeable Strapless Strap-On Dildo Vibrator

$100$50

Lovehoney

Ella Paradis is a destination for top-rated sex toys, dildos, anal toys, lubes, and more. The brand is currently offering up to 85% off nearly 1,000 items—just use code BLACK at checkout to score the deal.

From the popular hand-free Eva II to the top-rated Aer suction vibrator that puts all other suction vibes to shame, everything is on sale at Dame. The brand is offering 20% off sitewide through Cyber Monday, no code needed.

If its game-changing app-controlled couples vibrator is any indication, We-Vibe sex toys are cult-favorites. The brand is offering up to 50% off top sex toys for Cyber Monday, including the aforementioned Sync couples vibe.

Sexual wellness company Unbound creates some of the most beautifully designed vibrators, lubes, sex toys, and accessories on the market, and its entire site is currently 30% off for Cyber Monday.

Good Vibrations is a one-stop-shop for all kinds of sex toys and accessories, including vibrators, dildos, anal toys, and lingerie. Score 20% off sitewide now through Cyber Monday—no minimum purchase required and no code needed at checkout.

Come for the amazing fashion and beauty deals, stay for the sex toy sales. Verishop is offering 15% off select items using code HOLIDAY21 at checkout, and buzzy faves Crave, Maude, Unbound, and Vush are already in our carts.

29 Cyber Monday Deals Glamour Editors Actually Want

We don’t know about you, but we live for a sale find—and the best Cyber Monday deals of 2021 might just be the best ones we’ve seen all year. (Nothing like a good ol’ holiday shopping event to greenlight the things we might be apprehensive to buy otherwise.) 

With more brands than ever slashing prices for Cyber Monday this year, there’s a plethora of deals to choose from, and we’ve got our sights set on Instagram-famous cookware, cozy wardrobe staples, cordless vacuums, and coveted beauty products to name a few. Before you do a deep dive into the best Cyber Monday deals 2021 is blessing us with, gather some shopping inspo with the ones Glamour editors are snapping up, below. 

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28 Black-Owned Clothing Brands Serving Endless Fashion Inspiration

Diversity and inclusion are (finally) a growing focus in the fashion world. Designers, specifically those of Black-owned clothing brands, have long been overlooked in the space despite influencing the fashion industry for years on end. Now that more creatives are getting the recognition they deserve, it’s important for us to highlight Black-owned brands and fashion designers to support now and forever. 

From NYC-based labels to those all the way in London and Africa, these Black-owned clothing brands continue to move the needle and push the culture through style and activism. With the Black Lives Matter movement still fresh in our minds, these brands make it possible to continue supporting the Black community through our style choices and beyond. 

Telfar

Telfar Monogram T-Shirt

Telfar Monogram Hoodie

$180

Telfar

“It’s not for you—it’s for everyone” is the Telfar motto, which explains why Telfar’s designed are known for their high-end touch at more accessible price points. While the “Brooklyn Birkin” made quite the splash in 2020, success was a slow burn; in fact, Telfar Clemens launched the unisex label back in 2005. Aside from the brand’s infamous Shopping Bag purses—which are constantly sold out—you can still stock up on t-shirts, hoodies, jewelry, and shoes.

Farai London

Farai London Gaia Long Dress

$129

Revolve

Farai London Gaia Mini Dress

$122

Revolve

If these dresses look familiar, it’s because Kylie Jenner nearly broke the internet (again) when she wore Farai London‘s Gaia Mini Dress. Designer MaryAnn Msengi only launched the brand last summer, making it all the more impressive that it’s now available at retailers like Revolve and Selfridges. She offers vacation-ready pieces with abstract swimsuits, mesh cover-ups, bodysuits, and a range of popular dresses that look like a work of art.

Re Ona

Re Ona Ribbed Button Up Cardigan

$69$48

Revolve

Re Ona Side Split Skirt

$75

Revolve

On the hunt for elevated basics? That’s where Re Ona comes into the picture. From cropped ribbed cardigans to cotton tees, bodycon dresses, joggers, and more, you’re bound to find new wardrobe staples when browsing the line. The luxe basics come at a more affordable price point, too, so they can have a place in everyone’s closet.

Samaria Leah

Samaria Leah Black Nay Distressed Jeans

$159

Selfridges

Samaria Leah Blue Nay Distressed Jeans

$159

Selfridges

Both shoppers and designers are putting more thought into the processes behind making clothes and, importantly, their impact on the environment. Among them is Samaria Leah, who was inspired to launch a sustainable denim brand by her own passion for reworking vintage pieces. After altering her own jeans for years, she launched her own line to fill the void—and celebs like Saweetie quickly took notice.

Riot Swim

Riot Swim Echo One Piece

$96

Revolve

Riot Swim Vista Bikini Top

$75$68

Revolve

Model Monti Landers launched Riot Swim in 2016 with the idea that everyone should have access to swimwear coverage that makes them feel comfortable. The brand makes sexy and functional pieces for all body types, sizes, and skin tones. Shoppers can also browse based on coverage preferences, so you can add everything from extra cheeky bottoms to high-waisted one pieces to your cart.

Brother Vellies

Brother Vellies Tuesday Sandal

$455

Nordstrom

Brother Vellies Greg Clog

$395

Nordstrom

Designer Aurora James set out to make head-turning footwear and accessories when launching Brother Vellies in 2013, and she did exactly that. The luxury brand takes pride in using African craftsmanship practices that have been passed down for generations. Today, you can still find James designing shoes from vegetable-tanned leather—but you’ll also spot her on Vogue covers or making headlines at the Met Gala.

Pyer Moss

Pyer Moss Classic Cropped Hoodie

$250

Pyer Moss

Pyer Moss Cropped Logo Hoodie

$225

Pyer Moss

Kerby Jean-Raymond launched Pyer Moss in 2013 with diversity and inclusion at the forefront. (Exhibit A: His runway show during New York Fashion Week in 2018 kicked off with a powerful message when the phrase “Stop Calling 911 on the Culture” was emblazoned on a T-shirt.) Since then, the designer has continued to call out the industry and shed light on the lack of recognition that Black designers face—despite being pioneers and influences in the space.

Salone Monet

Salone Monet Sable High Heel Sandals

$295

Bloomingdales

Salone Monet Anita Pumps

$295

Bloomingdales

Nude shades aren’t universal, and while we’ve seen more skin-tone inclusivity in categories like shapewear and lingerie, Salone Monet tackles it in the shoe department. The brand makes it possible to rock a pair of heels that matches your shade of nude, with each style available in six hues ranging from fair to deep brown. 

Jade Swim

Jade Swim Halo Bikini Top

$120

Revolve

Jade Swim Trophy One Piece

$198

Revolve

Jade Swim is both Glamour editor-approved and designed by a former Vogue fashion editor and stylist, Brittany Kozerski, who set out to create a line of chic and minimalist swimwear with versatility in mind. Featuring asymmetrical details, sleek one-pieces, and moody colors, the pieces work as well on the beach as they do at dinner as part of your favorite outfit.

Local European

Local European Asymmetric Tank

$52

Local European

Local European Scoop Back Dress

$87

Local European

“Less is more” is the vibe when you’re scrolling through Local European‘s offerings. Alexandra Bunch launched Local European in 2019 with the goal of creating garments that were high-quality and could be worn time and time again. The many minimalist silhouettes with a hint of ~edge~ include backless dresses, string bikinis, utilitarian pants, and more. 

Kai Collective

Kai Collective Zanaya Mini Dress

$140

Kai Collective

Kai Collective Claudie Shirt

$65

Kai Collective

When Beyoncé features you on her site, you *know* you’re the real deal. Kai Collective‘s Gaia dress in particular took IG by storm—in fact, you might have spotted it already on celebrities and influencers alike. Even better? The brand’s infamous swirled print is now found on the brand’s leggings, swimwear, shirts, gloves, and more—all at budget-friendly price points.

Essentials by Fear of God

Essentials by Fear of God Mid Tennis Sneaker

$305

Ssense

Essentials by Fear of God Knit Pullover Hoodie

$105

Ssense

Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God is beloved by streetwear aficionados. Proof? Nearly every drop sells out. The same goes for its more affordable sister brand, Essentials, and getting your hands on its crewnecks, sweatpants, sweatshirts, and sneakers is no easy feat. Keep your eyes open and you might just find your new must-have available in your size—then add to cart, stat.

Brandon Blackwood

Brandon Blackwood Arlen Bag

$175

Brandon Blackwood

Brandon Blackwood Syl Bag

$150

Brandon Blackwood

Once designer Brandon Blackwood dropped totes with the phrase “End Systemic Racism” splashed across the front—and at the height of 2020’s civil unrest, not coincidentally—they immediately sold out. While the OG tote is still out of stock, you can still snag Blackwood’s other designs, including leather and suede handbags, wallets, card holders, and more, in eye-popping colors.

Laquan Smith

LaQuan Smith Low Rise Biker Short

$295$86

Revolve

LaQuan Smith High Waist Mini Skirt

$325$228

Revolve

Futuristic designs are front and center with LaQuan Smith‘s pieces. From cutout catsuits to mesh-paneled leggings and more, the Queens, New York native knows how to turn heads and catch the attention of celebrities like Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, and more.

House of Aama

House of Aama Green Silk Halter Top

$200

House of Aama

House of Aama Green Silk Wrap Skirt

$265

House of Aama

Mother-daughter duo Rebecca Henry and Akua Shabaka re-branded House of Aama in 2017 (from its original name, Urban Nomad) to introduce a more sophisticated line that still highlights their cultural identities. Through the clothing’s fabric and design, African roots are embedded into every piece.

Fe Noel

Fe Noel Evergreen Two-Tone Swimsuit

$248

Fe Noel

Fe Noel Orange Classic Swimsuit

$188

Noel Fe

Inspired by her Grenadian heritage, designer Felisha “Fe” Noel set out to create clothing with bold prints and vibrant hues in every piece. And it’s clear from her designs that she wants to make our closets (and our lives) feel a little more beautiful—think dramatic sleeves, structural blazers, swimwear, and wide-leg pants meet architectural cuts, floral prints, and more.

KIN By Kristie

KIN By Kristie Tie-Front Top

$39

Nordstrom

KIN By Kristie Print Maxi Skirt

$77$47

Nordstrom

Kristine Thompson has amplified plus-size fashion since launching her blog Trendy Curvy in 2013, and her love for everyday pieces and passion for inclusivity in the womenswear led her to create KIN. Thompson wanted to prove that being trendy and curvy can go hand in hand, and from the looks of it, she’s done just that.

Liberté

Liberté Crosby Scalloped Cheeky Panty

$41

Liberté

Liberté Bowery Lace Demi Bra

$117

Liberté

“For women, by women” is at the heart of lingerie brand Liberté, and designer Amber Tolliver wants people to know it. Aiming to honor the “craft(wo)manship” of seamstresses, Liberté offers comfort, support, and truly ~luxe~ Italian fabrics in every design.

Zou Xou

Zou Xou Delfina in Black

$160

Zou Xou

Zou Xou Mule in Black

In a world where fast fashion still dominates, it’s refreshing to see handcrafted, time-tested footwear take up space. Zou Xou‘s collections are limited, as each pair is handmade by Venezuelan artisans—but (clearly) worth the wait. You can browse the styles, such as strappy block heels to classic loafers, when they’re available to shop or still in production.

Bronté Laurent

Bronté Laurent Her Song Set

$268

Bronte Laurent

Bronté Laurent Unthinkable Set

$248

Bronte Laurent

Sustainability is top of mind when it comes to Bronté Laurent: The label sources recycled materials and prioritizes eco-friendly packaging so you can feel as good about your purchases as you do when wearing them. It achieved the eponymous designer’s goal of making women feel so comfortable in their clothes that they’ll never want to take them off. 

Hanifa

Hanifa Reese Pullover Cropped Sweater

Hanifa Nina Skirt

Available in sizes extra small to 3XL, Hanifa prides itself in offering a full ready-to-wear capsule collection for women of all shapes and sizes. Cutout dresses, cozy cardigans, and breezy jumpsuits paired with pops of color (think neon green, orange, and fuchsia) are all part of the need-to-have lineup. 

Tove

Tove Gigi Organic Cotton Bralette

Tove Kate Trouser

Friends Camille Perry and Holly Wright launched London-based Tov in 2019—and quickly gained the attention of minimalists everywhere. Despite enduring a global pandemic in a critical second year in business, Tove’s clean finishes and feminine silhouettes have earned the brand a loyal following.

Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese

Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese One Shoulder Blouse

$195

Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese

Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese Oversized Jeans

$295

Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese

Tracy Reese is no stranger to the fashion game; her bold and vibrant prints have graced runways and storefronts for years. Her latest line, Hope for Flowers, prioritizes sustainability by using materials that cause minimal harm to the environment and sourcing ethical textiles that require less water for production.  

Taylor Jay

Taylor Jay Viv Set

$158

Taylor Jay

Taylor Jay Toni Willow Set

$196

Taylor Jay

Comfort for every woman is the simplest way to describe the Taylor Jay brand. With a variety of cozy sets, knitted dresses, cotton bodysuits, and stretchy pants, the pieces are not only WFH-appropriate, but functional enough for stepping out in. Brunch in a flowy maxi dress? Say less. 

Honor the Gift

Honor the Gift Command Short

$45

Honor the Gift

Honor the Gift Base Tote

$85

Honor the Gift

The more you know: Russell Westbrook of the Los Angeles Lakers is actually the creative director behind athleisure brand Honor the Gift. His line of understated T-shirts, fleeces, face masks, accessories, and shorts for everyone—even kids—is all about elevating everyday basics.

Rendoll Lagos

Rendoll Lagos Larissa Dress

$85

Rendoll Lagos

Rendoll Lagos Cleo Set

$72$43

Rendoll Lagos

Morenikeji Abina sought to honor her Nigerian roots with Rendoll, which is produced in Lagos with body positivity in mind. Her elevated designs feature stretchy fabrics and artful silhouettes for comfortable everyday wear. The catch? The brand only offers relatively small, infrequent launches, but we have good news: You’ll find a new collection coming soon for fall and winter.

Nude Barre

Nude Barre 6pm Footed Opaque Tights

$22

Nude Barre

Nude Barre 6pm Seamless Thong

$21

Nude Barre

As we’ve said, all nudes aren’t universal—but Nude Barre has you covered. The company designs hosiery like fishnet and opaque styles in all skin tones and has since expanded to other garments, including bras, seamless thongs, and bikini-cut underwear.

Sami Miro Vintage

Sami Miro Vintage Asymmetric Long Sleeve Dress

$310

Revolve

Sami Miro Vintage Open Seam Scarf Top

$125

Revolve

Influencer and designer Sami Miro made a name for herself by thrifting, and now, she’s taking it offline and into your closet. Her brand Sami Miro Vintage produces upcycled pieces—and once they sell out, they’re gone forever. So if you want to snag a pair of vintage jeans, cut-out tops, or asymmetrical tops and dresses, you’ll have to act fast.

Lady Gaga’s Latest Palette Was Inspired byHer Friendship With Tony Bennett

Despite just launching today, you’ve most likely already seen Lady Gaga’s newest beauty product, the Haus Labs Love For Sale palette, several times. The star notoriously tests all her products both on and off stage before they hit the market, and most recently she wore the eyeshadow at the Academy Museum of Motion Picture Opening Gala. 

VALERIE MACON/Getty 

She also wore the palette at both her performances with Tony Bennett at Radio City Music Hall earlier this summer, as it’s inspired by her album with Bennett with the same name. Each of the palette’s 18 shades are named for Cole Porter songs—which also make up the album—as well as iconic female jazz singers like Billie, Etta, and Amy

The shades are a wearable mix of mattes, shimmers, metallics, and one crystal shimmer top coat, ranging from champagne to inky black, with some hot pink and olive green thrown in for good measure. The powders are made in Italy—“just like Gaga,” her team joked at an editor event—and were created to be buttery smooth and easy to build on from day to night. Like the rest of the line, the palette is vegan and cruelty-free, and $1 per sale will be donated to Bennett’s charity, Exploring the Arts, which provides access to the arts to underserved teens.

According to Sarah Tanno, Haus Labs’ Global Artistry Director and Gaga’s longtime makeup artist, the palette has been a labor of love and a long time coming. “When we recorded the album in New York with Tony years ago, it was something that we discussed at the Haus of Gaga,” she said at the event. “What are the looks going to be for this era? What are we inspired by? Let’s tell a story with it. Whether it was from the street to the stage or in the recording studio, we really like to think things through all the way. So I was looking at references from the ‘30s and ’40s, even the ‘50s and ’60s, and taking these classic makeup looks and colors, and then making them modern.” 

She added that the layout of the palette itself was also inspired by a modern twist on classic makeup. “You’re getting all your transition shades and basic everyday colors in the most beautiful textured mattes,” says Tanno. “And then you have so many gorgeous shades to really amp up your look day to night, night and day—like the songs on the album that it was inspired by.”

The palette is a limited edition, so act fast if you want to get in on the action. Besides, it’s way cheaper than a ticket to Gaga’s Vegas residency. 

Haus Laboratories Love For Sale Shadow Palette

$48

Haus Laboratories

Bella Cacciatore is the beauty writer at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.

Lady Gaga’s Latest Palette Was Inspired by Her Friendship With Tony Bennett

Although Lady Gaga’s newest beauty product, the Haus Labs Love for Sale palette, launched just today, you’ve most likely already seen it. The star notoriously tests all her products both on- and offstage before they hit the market, and most recently she wore the eye shadow at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opening gala. 

VALERIE MACON/Getty 

She also wore the palette at both her performances with Tony Bennett at Radio City Music Hall earlier this summer, as it’s inspired by her album with Bennett of the same name. Each of the palette’s 18 shades are named for Cole Porter songs—which also make up the album—as well as iconic female jazz singers like Billie, Etta, and Amy

The shades are a wearable mix of mattes, shimmers, metallics, and one crystal shimmer topcoat, ranging from Champagne to inky black, with some hot pink and olive green thrown in for good measure. The powders are made in Italy—“just like Gaga,” her team joked at an editor event—and were created to be buttery smooth and easy to build on from day to night. Like the rest of the line, the palette is vegan and cruelty-free, and $1 per sale will be donated to Bennett’s charity, Exploring the Arts, which provides access to the arts to underserved teens.

According to Sarah Tanno, Haus Labs’ global artistry director and Gaga’s longtime makeup artist, the palette has been a labor of love and a long time coming. “When we recorded the album in New York with Tony years ago, it was something that we discussed at the Haus of Gaga,” Tanno said at the event. “What are the looks going to be for this era? What are we inspired by? Let’s tell a story with it. Whether it was from the street to the stage or in the recording studio, we really like to think things through all the way. So I was looking at references from the ’30s and ’40s, even the ’50s and ’60s, and taking these classic makeup looks and colors, and then making them modern.” 

She added that the layout of the palette itself was also inspired by a modern twist on classic makeup. “You’re getting all your transition shades and basic everyday colors in the most beautiful textured mattes,” says Tanno. “And then you have so many gorgeous shades to really amp up your look day to night, night and day—like the songs on the album that it was inspired by.”

The palette is a limited edition, so act fast if you want to get in on the action. Besides, it’s way cheaper than a ticket to Gaga’s Vegas residency. 

Haus Laboratories Love for Sale Shadow Palette

$48

Haus Laboratories

Bella Cacciatore is the beauty writer at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.