“How to be Parisian wherever you are. «Lessons from Madame Chic: 20 style secrets I learned while living in Paris. “Parisian school of charm: French secrets to cultivate love, joy and that certain Je Ne sais quoi”. “Chic and Slim Always.” “Love Parisienne: The guide to the love and passion of French women.” These are just a few of the dozens of books published in the 2000s that trafficked into the myth of the Parisian woman (or “girl” as she is often called). In these books, French women are summed up in a reductive stereotype: the thin, white and rich Parisian, refined in a striped shirt, trench coat and Hermès scarf.
This cliché persisted for decades, embodied by celebrities such as singer Jane Birkin, actress Brigitte Bardot and model and designer Inès de la Fressange. Although Ms Birkin is British, Ms Bardot has lived in the south of France for decades, and Ms de la Fressange is partly of Argentine-Colombian descent, they have come to represent a hallmark of Parisian style. But this fairy tale is finally fading. Ms Bardot, 87, once an icon of elegance, was fined € 20,000 this month by a French court for writing in a 2019 open letter that residents of Reunion Island have “wild genes” for their treatment of animals. (A spokesperson for Ms Bardot declined to comment.) A new generation of diverse celebrities, social media stars and designers are exploding the codes of Parisian aesthetics. And 101 years after its founding, Condé Nast Vogue Paris magazine changed its name to more inclusive Vogue France under its new head of editorial content, Eugénie Trochu.
Buying party favors was so easy, but the march of technology, Covid and other factors turned things upside down and led to a dizzying array of payment options.
Buy something from the Boohoo fashion site, for example, and you can choose from seven ways to pay: credit and debit cards, PayPal, Amazon Pay, and four different “buy now, pay later” companies.
But in some cases the payment methods are removed. Earlier this month, Amazon announced that it was banning people from using UK Visa credit cards from January 19. And when it comes to physical stores, Covid transmission concerns mean some are avoiding banknotes and coins.
Here we take a look at the pros and cons of the different payment methods.
A big plus is that you usually get up to 56 days of interest free credit from the time of purchase. However, some vendors offer new customers 0% interest on purchases for up to 23 months. Some credit card holders never pay interest because they pay off in full each month.
Using a credit card for large purchases offers protection in the event of a problem. Under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act, if a retailer goes bankrupt or does not deliver the goods as promised and the items cost between £ 100 and £ 30,000, the credit card company is “jointly and severally liable”. So if you buy a large item and the retailer goes bankrupt, the card company should cover the cost.
On top of that, some credit cards offer decent rewards like cash back, airline miles, or coupons. American Express’s Platinum Cashback Everyday card currently offers new customers 5% cashback on purchases for the first three months (up to £ 100).
But, like the government MoneyHelper website says, if you only make minimum payments or rack up a bill you can’t pay off, “credit cards can be expensive and can spiral into debt.” Many charge more than 20% interest. You could also damage your credit score.
With these, the money comes straight out of your bank account. The protection you get is not as good as that offered by credit cards, although some banks do offer something called chargebackwhich means they could get some or all of your money back if something goes wrong.
Some banks offer expense rewards: for example, the new digital bank Chase is offering its current account holders 3% cashback on Amazon.co.uk expenses until December 31. It was already offering 1% cash back on all qualifying debit card spending for 12 months.
This is a form of credit that you can only use to pay for items at a particular retailer or group. There are still a few offered by retailers like Argos. Interest rates are often quite high: Argos has a representative APR of 34.9%, for example.
Buy now, pay later
These services allow you to delay payment for an item with no interest or fees, unless you don’t pay back on time, in which case some companies charge late fees.
The three main companies of BNPL are Klarna, Clearpay and Laybuy. Klarna allows buyers to “pay in 3,” where the cost is split into three equal interest-free payments, the first made immediately and the next two 30 and 60 days later, or they can pay in 30 days. With Clearpay, you can pay in four bi-monthly installments, and with Laybuy, it’s six weekly installments. PayPal and digital bank Monzo have also launched their own BNPL services.
Klarna doesn’t charge late fees, but others like Clearpay do. There have been allegations that those who fall behind on their payments incur more than just debt – some say they have seen their credit scores drop, while others believe they have been turned down for debts. loans after missed repayments.
Many large and small retailers, including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer, allow people to pay online through PayPal. It offers a “buyer protection” program covering all qualifying purchases which entitles you to a refund of the full price plus shipping costs when you do not receive your item or it is not what you are looking for. ordered. However, even if your PayPal account is linked to your credit card, you will lose the arguably stronger guarantees offered by Section 75.
Some retailers have Zettle payment terminals, which allow people to pay in-store with PayPal via QR codes.
You can use it to purchase items in stores, on the web, and in apps – just add a credit, debit, or prepaid card to the Wallet app on your iPhone. You can add your card (s) to other Apple devices (Apple Watch, Mac, iPad) that you want to use with Apple Pay. Enthusiasts love that Face ID, Touch ID, or your passcode is required for purchases, arguably making it more secure than using a physical card, and your card number is not stored on your device or on Apple’s servers, or shared by Apple with retailers. It works in any physical point of sale that takes contactless, and you can use it to pay online in Safari or in apps when you see it listed as an option.
It has a lot of similarities with Apple Pay. It allows you to make purchases in stores and on websites and apps. You download the app and add a payment method such as a credit card. If a physical store accepts contactless, you can pay with your phone. In apps and on websites, you can pay anywhere you see the logo. When you pay in stores, Google Pay does not share your card number.
If you have an Amazon account, you can use this service anywhere you see the Amazon Pay button, which includes online payments from many retailers. It uses the information and payment methods stored in your Amazon account. And you can use Alexa to pay by voice. It states that qualifying purchases of physical goods are protected by its “A-to-Z Guarantee”.
But activists have long urged buyers to boycott Amazon on its tax evasion, among others.
This allows you to spread the cost over a set period (which can be as short as three months or as long as five years) via monthly payments. This is great if you stay up to date with your repayments, but if you don’t, you could be hit with interest and additional charges, and your debt could add up quickly.
Banknotes and coins are still hanging there despite the UK appearing to be rushing towards a cashless society. The benefits include the fact that you can’t fall into the red, know exactly what you’ve spent, and there are no hidden fees or interests. However, some places have stopped taking cash or never have.
The fashion industry has developed a business model of producing inexpensive clothing that is short lived, forcing consumers to buy more. In the United States, consumers’ fast fashion habits consume more clothes than in any other country.
The fashion industry thrives on this model, but it’s not so good for urban landfills.
In an effort to waste less, Missoulians are looking for ways to breathe new life into old clothes, and businesses are taking note. According to EPA data from 2018, about 70% of all clothing produced in a year will end up in a landfill. This equates to 9 million tonnes of clothing thrown away in the United States each year.
Much of the fault lies with the fashion industry. Over the past two decades, she has produced excessive amounts of inexpensive clothing that quickly goes out of style or just doesn’t last.
Consumers can make the difference in making the clothing industry more sustainable. When it comes to clothing, buy less, buy better, repair, recycle, and buy from responsible retailers can all help divert clothing from landfills.
Second-hand and resale clothing stores give lightly used clothing a second life and prevent it from going straight to the landfill. Second-hand clothing stores have become a big business in Missoula, with at least 15 different retailers located in the city.
Alice Wimett owns a restyled clothing exchange in Missoula and has been in business for nine years. Her store buys used clothes from the community and resells them.
“I think a lot of our customers are aware of the environmental impact and the added benefit of being more profitable,” said Wimett.
Thrift stores became much more popular last year when the pandemic hit, with many consumers being forced to cut spending. According to a 2021 report from online retailer Thread Up, 33 million consumers purchased second-hand clothing for the first time in 2020.
Second-hand stores allow consumers to shop in a more environmentally friendly way without breaking the bank.
“Our customers are looking for quality brands without the retail price,” said Wimett.
Tony Montoya opened Pink Elephant Exchange, a second-hand vintage clothing store in 2020. The store sources largely from the community of Missoula. Montoya said he often finds himself searching for clothes belonging to someone in their 60s or 60s to list them in his store.
More and more people, especially the younger generations, are realizing the impact that excessive production of cheap and trendy clothes has on the environment. In 2014, the average consumer bought 60% more clothes than in 2000, but kept each garment half as long, according to the World Resources Institute.
Asked about his motivation for opening Pink Elephant Exchange, Montoya said: “We weren’t here to save the planet, but it has become that.”
So what happens when you have an unwanted hole in your favorite jeans or the zipper comes out of your winter jacket? Instead of throwing them away, you can take your damaged clothes to Merry Bobbins.
Bethany Ensluy has owned and operated Merry Bobbins for 10 years and does everything from alterations to custom tailoring.
“I mend, mend a lot of denim, I put a lot of zippers in the jackets in the winter,” Ensluy said.
Ensluy’s work area was strewn with various repairs. On the table was a pair of ripped crotch jeans, a bad spot for a hole, but an easy fix. Among the repairs completed was a denim jacket, brought in for a hole in the chest, and now sewn with the barely noticeable patchwork.
Repairing old clothes is a great way to extend the life of a part that might otherwise go to waste.
Re-wearing and buying used clothing is becoming the new normal as consumers shy away from fast fashion. The used clothing market is expected to double over the next 5 years, according to Thread Up’s 2021 resale report.
Henna is a natural herbal dye that can be used on your hair to brown your gray, reduce dandruff, and also condition your hair. Henna contains vitamin E, which helps soften hair and also tannins, a plant compound found in teas that contributes to their rich coloring. The natural leaves of the plant are rich in protein and antioxidants. Although with so many hair benefits, applying henna to your hair can be messy and requires so much effort. But if you are planning on doing it at home, here are 5 products you should consider shipping to your home.
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VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 25, 2021 / IONIC Brands Corp. (CSE: IONC) (FRA: IB3) (OTCQB: IONKF) (“IONIC MARKS“or the”Society“) is pleased to announce that it is undertaking a non-brokered private placement of a maximum of 10,000,000 units (the”Units“) at a price of C $ 0.05 per Unit for gross proceeds of approximately C $ 500,000 (the”Offer“). Each unit will consist of one common share of the Company (a”To share“) and a warrant (a”To guarantee“). Each warrant will entitle its holder to acquire one additional share at a price of CA $ 0.07 per share, for a period of three years from the date of issue.
The Company may pay finder’s fees and / or commissions to Eligible Persons in connection with the Offering in accordance with applicable securities laws and the policies of the Canadian Stock Exchange (the “CST“).
The net proceeds of the placement will be used for commodities for stockbuilding and for general working capital purposes.
In accordance with applicable securities laws, all securities issued in connection with the offering will be subject to a hold period of four months and one day from the date of issue. Closing of the offer is subject to certain conditions customary for transactions of this nature, including, but not limited to, receipt of all necessary approvals, including approval from the CSE.
No securities regulatory authority has approved or disapproved of the contents of this press release. The securities of the Company have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or any state securities law, and may not be offered or sold to United States, or to or on behalf of or for the benefit of any person in the United States, in the absence of registration or an applicable exemption from registration requirements. This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to purchase common shares in the United States or in any other jurisdiction in which such an offer, solicitation or sale would be illegal.
Ionic Brands, Chairman and CEO, John P. Gorst said, “With supply chains as extensive as they are, this funding will allow us to purchase raw materials ahead of expected delivery times, which will allow us to purchase raw materials ahead of schedule. will keep our manufacturing facility at full capacity. “
About IONIC BRANDS CORP.
The Company is focused on building a consumer-focused, multi-state cannabis concentrate brand portfolio with a focus on the premium and luxury segments. The portfolio’s flagship brand, IONIC, is one of the top five vaporizer and concentrate brands in Washington State, with the Zoots portfolio of high-quality edibles, and has grown aggressively throughout the West Coast. the United States. The brand currently operates in Washington and Oregon with licensing agreements in Illinois and Massachusetts. The strategy of IONIC BRANDS is to be the leader in the most profitable segments of the cannabis market and to grow nationwide.
On behalf of IONIC BRANDS CORP. John gorst Managing Director & Chairman
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As a six foot and one inch teenager, I was always told the same thing: “You should play basketball.” The thing is, I didn’t want anything to do with sports. I was introverted and insecure, trying to figure out where I belonged. Self-proclaimed “art nerd” with an interest in fashion design, the basketball court was the last place I thought I wanted to be.
Then when I was 15, I went to my first girls college basketball game, and everything changed. Here are young women who looked like me – and they were fearless, daring and free.
At that point, I realized that I wanted to be an athlete.
After working hard to make up for lost time, I got a Division I scholarship at Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey, then after college I started playing professional basketball at the foreigner. My professional career ended early, as injuries and heart disease caught up with me. But basketball gave me something that was going to last forever: it empowered me and helped me discover my goal.
This discovery started with realizing that I hadn’t been exposed to positive images of female athletes as a child, then I asked myself: What if I had seen Lisa Leslie in the media as often as I had seen Michael Jordan? Representation was the key to introducing me to the game, and it could have happened much earlier than second year of high school.
So I started to develop clothes that would help girls see what I didn’t have. Eventually it turned into a brand called Playa company. My business, which allowed me to rediscover my passion for styling, has been my support for three years. I designed a popular “Female athlete”T-shirt while working in 9 to 5 marketing in Boston; in 2019, I juggled this job with an entrepreneurship program at Babson College. Somehow I found a way to do all of this while shipping about 300 orders per month.
During those early years, I only thought about running my small business full time. Imagine what I could accomplish if I could invest more time? But a familiar theme held me back: the entrepreneurs who were exposed were unlike me, and their stories were unlike mine. As confident as success on the pitch had made me, a part of me still felt like I didn’t belong.
Then, in the fall of 2019, I met a phenomenal woman at a marketing conference who, after hearing my story, grabbed my phone, opened my calendar, and created a reminder for me to take the leap to the full-time entrepreneurship by January 2020. After a lot of waiting, I gave my boss a few months notice from 9 to 5.
My last day of work was scheduled for March 30, 2020.
I completed my business program that month and won the final pitch competition with a grand prize of $ 5,000. While celebrating with friends at a bar afterwards, I noticed that the NBA game on TV showed an empty arena. The NBA season was called off and lockdowns were put in place across the United States days later, just as my journey into full-time entrepreneurship began.
In addition to supply chain issues and economic uncertainty, my biggest challenge during this time was the fact that over a third of my turnover came from sports teams, which were not in business. competition, or in-person sales at tournaments, that weren’t happening.
Scary? Yes. But I wasn’t going to let these roadblocks deter me. I dubbed digital marketing and social media, and focused on building the Playa Society community. There wasn’t much else that I could do at the time.
It was the right decision. As I spent more time in my business, I saw an immediate impact on sales. My growing digital community rallied around me in ways I couldn’t even imagine; as a result, sales doubled that summer, despite the pandemic. I also felt an increased obligation to step in behind the scenes and celebrate my role as a black-owned business. I designed the Athletes Against Injustice t-shirt, which thousands of athletes and teams have started to wear. The Playa Society community helped me through the pandemic, while also reminding me that I could be the representation I needed to see in business. As Playa Society moves forward, these themes are our foundation: community and representation guide our vision for the future.
More than ever, I am convinced that there is no limit to what we can accomplish when small businesses and their communities support each other. My company’s mission is to change the culture of women’s sport and in doing so empower black women and my community. But I get as much support from my clients as I do from myself.
This is especially true at this time, as many small business owners continue to face new challenges brought on by the pandemic. Doing your holiday shopping with a small business that really speaks to you, whether you’ve always made it a priority or been encouraged by initiatives like American Express Small Business Saturday, can be life-changing for an entrepreneur, as was the case for me. Because when you support small businesses, you are more than buying a good or a service. You invest in your community, help create local jobs, and help support the organizations that make your neighborhood unique.
Especially for small businesses like mine that are owned by black women, that face our own unique challenges, every act of support has a direct impact. Every time a single customer tells me that she likes a product she’s purchased or that it relates to my brand message, it serves as an impetus that keeps Playa Society going. Entrepreneurship, like excellence in sport, is a big part of working together to achieve a common goal.
What Small Business Saturday Means for Entrepreneurs
78% of small business owners say holiday shopping will impact their ability to stay open in 2022.
More … than half of small business owners fear they will have enough inventory or manpower to survive this holiday season.
Small shopping can add $ 695 billion to the US economy.
Source: American Express Small Store Impact Survey
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Italy reported 85 coronavirus-related deaths on Wednesday compared to 83 the day before, the health ministry said, while the daily tally of new infections fell from 10,047 to 12,448.
ISTAT publishes October non-EU foreign trade (09:00 GMT).
The Treasury sells 1.75-2.25 billion euros in short-term BTP maturing on January 30, 2024 and 0.75-1.0 billion euros in BTPei bonds maturing on May 15, 2030. Closing of subscriptions at 1000 GMT.
The Treasury announces the sale of BTP and CCTeu bonds, the relative amounts to be auctioned on November 30.
The Italian government will discuss KKR’s proposed takeover of Telecom Italia when the US fund makes a binding proposal, Industry Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti said on Wednesday. Read more
More than 25% of the voting rights of Telecom Italia have changed hands since the American fund made a $ 12 billion approach this weekend to buy the Italian telephone group.
TIM shares gained 15.63% on Wednesday, sharply outperforming the Milan Stock Exchange, on market speculation on an increase in KKR’s supply to overcome the resistance of main shareholder Vivendi to the proposal.
An enlarged meeting of the board of auditors, which will also include the control and risk committee, will meet later on Thursday, Corriere della Sera reported, adding that it would compare the financial targets indicated by the group with the actual estimates. based on recent results. The figures.
TIM’s football rights deal with streaming service DAZN and its effects on the phone group’s revenue will be discussed at a board of auditors meeting later Thursday, Il Messaggero reported. The newspapers add that if auditors believe cash flow is insufficient for the coming months, they could point to the need for a third earnings warning.
Although US fund KKR has made a binding proposal for TIM, other large private equity groups are interested in the phone group, Il Sole 24 Ore reported. He added, citing indiscretions, that while CVC was still up and running and ready to consider a possible offer for TIM, Advent is no longer interested.
Ahead of the unveiling of its industrial plan in early December, the lender is about to finalize the reorganization of its life insurance joint ventures with the French CNP Assurances (CNPP.PA), after which the bank will remain a minority partner . , reported Il Sole 24 Ore.
Italy’s leading insurer has entered into exclusive negotiations with Crédit Agricole (CAGR.PA) to buy the health insurance division of French bank La Medicale, the two companies said in a joint statement on Wednesday. Read more
Europe’s largest utility will invest 170 billion euros ($ 191 billion) this decade to finance its green energy and grid activities as it advances plans to become carbon-free by 2040. The group will spend 70 billion euros on renewables to almost triple its capacity it directly owns 129 gigawatts (GW) by 2030. “We need to electrify as much as possible final consumption,” said Enel CEO Francesco Starace, during a presentation of the company’s business plan. Read more
U.S. investment firm BlackRock (BLK.N), Sixth Street and EIG Global Energy Partner are all interested in a minority stake in Eni’s power generation unit EniPower, Il Sole 24 Ore reported, adding that firm offers are expected in the first days of December. .
The Italian government is considering various options regarding the sale of the Leonardo units, government sources said on Wednesday.
Rome wants to preserve the value of assets and jobs in the sector while pursuing European partnerships, the sources said after the meeting of economy, defense and industry ministers to discuss Leonardo’s intention to sell its OTO Melara and Wass units.
The government is considering a separate sale of the two units, with Wass being sold to Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri (FCT.MI) and OTO Melara to Franco-German KMW + Nexter Defense Systems (KNDS), Il Sole 24 Ore reported.
Political sources told Reuters that the government has yet to make a decision and is keen to avoid clashes between companies involved in the potential deals.
Initial Public Offering
Following the institutional placement, the Italian heating solutions group Ariston fixed the price of the ordinary shares at 10.25 euros per share, at the bottom of the initial price range, giving the company a market capitalization of 3 , 4 billion euros. Ariston is expected to start trading on the Milan Stock Exchange on November 26 with a free float of 23.77% of its shares
Lorenzo Bertelli, the eldest son and designated heir of Prada CEO Patrizio Bertelli, has pledged to keep the family-controlled luxury fashion group independent when he takes the reins in a few years, he said. to Reuters. Read more
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Ordinary and extraordinary general meetings (1000 GMT).
The clothing and accessories trading company debuts on Euronext Growth Milan.
Rome, Prime Minister Mario Draghi meets French President Emmanuel Macron (17:30 GMT).
Rome, Chamber of Deputies President Roberto Fico attends the legislative meeting of the UP and the meetings of the Standing Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) (14:00 GMT).
Rome, the Senate Budget Committee meets on the budget.
Rome, Senate finance and labor committees meet on tax decree (09:00 GMT and 16:30 GMT).
Rome, the President of the Energy Authority’s ARERA Stefano Besseghini (09:00 GMT) and the Minister of Industry Giancarlo Giorgetti (10:30 GMT) speak to the Parliamentary Committee for the Security of the Republic (COPASIR ) on energy security in the current phase of ecological transition.
Rome state lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) is holding a press conference to present the “2022-2024 Strategic Plan” with President Giovanni Gorno Tempini and CEO Dario Scannapieco (14:00 GMT).
Turin, 7th Italian-Russian seminar on “Innovation, engine of the economy” (0800 GMT). The mayor of Turin Stefano Lo Russo, the president of Intesa Sanpaolo (ISP.MI) Gian Maria Gros-Pietro, the president of the Russian unit of Banca Intesa, Antonio Fallico, will deliver the opening speeches; session on “Innovation as a driving force for the development of economic and trade relations between Russia, Italy and the Piedmont region” with the secretary general of the Compagnia di San Paolo Alberto Anfossi, the head of the contracts department and prices from Gazprom Export, Sergey Komlev, Italian unit of Thales Alenia Space CEO Massimo Claudio Comparini, Avio (AVI.MI) CEO of Aero Riccardo Procacci, representing SACE Enrica Delgrosso; Antonio Fallico delivers the closing speech.
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RYU is also proud to celebrate its sixth anniversary with a look back at key milestones, including the recent launch of its inaugural catalog, and a glimpse of what lies ahead for the brand’s continued growth.
What started as a mixed martial arts equipment company in 2015 has grown into a coveted sportswear brand united by purpose and motivated by movement. By focusing on a broader performance and lifestyle consumer and expanding its product lines to include versatile apparel, bags and accessories, RYU has grown into a leading omnichannel retailer with a commerce platform. rugged electronics, wholesale accounts, mortar stores, and a whole new catalog business.
Led by an industry leader Rob blair As COO, the team’s understanding of market trends and cutting edge design has contributed to a growing loyal fan base and several strategic partnerships:
Special brand uniforms and equipment for the Canada’s National Skateboard Team to represent their country at the Tokyo Olympics, as well as a limited edition of hoodies and t-shirts for the public
Official sponsor of high performance clothing for the NFL Alumni Academy, including exclusive training gear and branded streetwear clothing for athletes and coaches
Influence campaign and exclusive brand collection with The wall trainer, manufacturers of training machines for the whole body
Additionally, RYU launched its first print catalog earlier this month, with distribution to households across the United States. The catalog program generated an increase of 407% USD compared to the same period the previous year. In addition, combined e-commerce sales are up 116% increase over the same period the previous year. This new sales and marketing channel, part of their four-pillar growth strategy, creates an additional point of contact for existing customers while expanding their reach to new audiences.
“Celebrating our anniversary is celebrating our customers, partners and shareholders. Without their support we would be in a very different situation today ”, said the CEO Caesar Fazari. “Their confidence in our vision has enabled us to take several successful steps over the past year… and we are just getting started. “
RYU looks forward to the solid final two months of 2021, which will set them up for the sequel: reinventing their brand to tell a clearer, more inspiring story that resonates with their audience, and rebuilding their consumer database for more precise targeting. and awareness.
According to Technavio, the global sportswear market is expected to grow by more than $ 157 billion between 2020-2024. RYU capitalizes on this opportunity by investing in its brand, expanding its audience base, pursuing synergistic partnerships and continuing to design innovative clothing for performance and everyday life that reflects a conscious and continuous practice of movement.
About RYU Clothing
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Black Friday Edinburgh 2021: Black Friday deals from St James Quarter stores on clothing, tech, beauty and more (Image credit: Ian Georgeson Photography)
As Edinburgh shoppers gear up for the Black Friday 2021 deals up for grabs this weekend, the St James Quarter revealed the discounts on offer at its new stores and retail destinations.
Some of the retailers slashing the prices of beauty, clothing and tech at the St James Quarter in Edinburgh this weekend include & Other Stories, Boots, EE, John Lewis & Partners and Peloton.
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Without further ado, here’s what you need to know about Black Friday deals and shopping in St James Quarter this weekend – and a full list of St James Quarter Edinburgh stores with Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for 2021. .
When is Black Friday 2021?
Black Friday, historically held the day after Thanksgiving festivities in the United States, will fall on Friday, November 26 of this year – with many bargain hunters looking online and in-store for savings and deals on expensive goods ahead of the launch. Christmas rush.
In the UK, Amazon, Curry’s PC World, Very and more are widely known for offering huge Black Friday discounts on everything from video game consoles to smart tech like Ring Doorbells, Amazon Echo Dots and, of course, televisions.
But many other retailers, especially clothing stores and phone and broadband providers, have stepped up their own offers on select items in-store and online.
What kind of Black Friday deals can we expect in stores in the St James area?
While the John Lewis & Partners department store has announced a range of offers on home products, appliances and technology that will apply in its St James Quarter location, there are many other stores in St James Quarter offering discounts on the weekend of Black Friday 2021 until Cyber Monday.
Black Friday beauty offers at the St James Quarter are available at Boots, with 20% off premium cosmetics and perfumes from November 19-29.
The Body Shop is also offering special Black Friday collections at 50% off until Tuesday, November 30, while Superdrug will reduce in-store gift prices by up to 66% from Friday to Monday.
As for Black Friday Clothing Deals, St James district street clothing brands like Zara, Pull & Bear and Stradivarius are slashing prices on selected items by up to 40% and 30% respectively, but only on Black Friday (November 26).
High-end clothing and accessories at Tommy Hilfiger, The Kooples and Kate Spade will also see in-store discounts at the St James Quarter this weekend.
Tommy Hilfiger and The Kooples will be offering 20% off items until Cyber Monday (November 29).
During this time, Black Friday Deals on Tech and Broadband can be found at O2 with savings of up to £ 400 on new phones, at EE with offers from a free Xbox when you buy select handsets and more in-store discounts at Samsung and Sky.
Scroll down to see the full list of Black Friday discounts and deals in Edinburgh’s St James area this weekend.
How can I see how busy the St James area is this Black Friday weekend?
With Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon urging Scots to exercise caution and do lateral flow testing as much as possible before entering busy indoor social environments, the coronavirus will undoubtedly be a concern for many hoping to buy Black Friday deals in store this weekend.
Nick Peel, Managing Director of St James Quarter, said: “This weekend is important for our retailers as many of them are gearing up for our very first Black Friday. recovery for retail, especially here in Edinburgh.
“We look forward to welcoming visitors for the occasion and look forward to it being a successful business event for St James Quarter.” Naturally, we are sympathetic to the current Covid-19 situation and have ensured that the necessary security measures are in place to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. “
You can see how busy the St James Quarter is at certain times of the day by checking the crowd condition on its website – where a status bar at the top of its webpage lets you know if the mall is quiet, busy, or very busy.
Retail hours for Black Friday weekend are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday November 26 and Saturday November 27, 10 a.m. to 6 a.m. Sunday November 28, and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday November 29 to Saturday December 4
Full list of Black Friday 2021 deals and discounts from St James Quarter stores
& other stores – 20% discount on bath and body gift sets – from Friday November 26 to Monday November 29
Beaverbrooks – Up to 50% off – From Friday November 19 to Tuesday November 30
Bershka – 30 to 50% off selected items – Friday November 26
Boots – 20% off a selection of premium beauty products and fragrances – from Friday November 19 to Monday November 29
Calvin Klein – 20% off selected items – Monday November 22 to Monday November 29
Carvela – 30% off selected items (50% off for NHS) – From Friday 19 November to Monday 29 November
Castore – various offers available – from Friday 19 November to Monday 29 November
Crew Company Clothing – 25% off – from Friday November 19 to Monday November 29
Dune London – Up to 30% off selected items – From Friday November 19 to Monday November 29
EE – Free Xbox when you purchase select phones (terms and conditions apply) – Monday November 15 through Tuesday November 30
H&M – Member Pre-Access 20% off Monday (November 22), 20% store-wide discount – Friday November 26
Hôtel Chocolat – 15% reduction from £ 25 purchase – from Wednesday 24 November to Wednesday 1 December
John Lewis & Partners – Hundreds of Fashion, Electrical, Home & Gift Deals
Kate Spade – 25% off full-priced items Friday-Monday, 50% off select styles Wednesday-Monday
Kiehls – -20% – from Wednesday November 24 to Tuesday November 30
Kurt Geiger – 30% off selected items – Friday November 19 to Monday November 29
L’Occitane – -20% on full price items – from Thursday November 25 to Monday November 29
Mango – up to -50% – from Wednesday November 24 to Monday November 29
Miele – 20% off selected items and up to £ 150 off Triflex models – Wednesday November 17th through Tuesday November 30th
O2 – save up to £ 400 on the latest phones
Pandora – 20% discount – from Thursday November 25 to Monday November 29
Peloton – £ 300 off Peloton bikes plus two months free app subscription and more in store – from Saturday 13 November to Monday 29 November
Pull & Bear – Up to 40% off selected items – Friday November 26
Radley – Up to 50% off – Monday November 15 to Sunday November 28
Rituals – -20% – From Friday November 26 to Sunday November 29
Russell & Bromley – Charitable donation with every sale / order – Monday November 22 to Monday November 29
Samsung – lots of savings in store – Friday November 12 through Sunday November 28
Sky – 50% off 60 GB with the purchase of a phone – from Monday November 15 to Monday November 29
Stradivarius – Up to 30% off selected items – Friday November 26
Sunglass Hut – 20% off and 50% off the second pair – from Saturday November 20 to Monday November 29
Superdrug – Up to 66% reduction on gifts – From Monday November 1 to Tuesday November 30
Superdry – Up to 30% off selected items – From Friday November 26 to Monday November 29
The Body Shop – Special Black Friday collections reduced to 50% and 20% on all items for loyalty card holders – from Wednesday November 24 to Tuesday November 30
The Kooples – -20% – Preview evening from Thursday 25 November, from Friday 26 November to Monday 29 November
La Parfumerie – Up to 25% reduction on a selection of items – From Thursday November 25 to Sunday November 28
Three – Unlimited broadband and unlimited SIM from £ 24 / month – Monday November 15 to Monday November 29
Tommy Hilfiger – 20% off selected items – Monday November 22 to Monday November 29
Victoria’s Secret – 30% off everything – Thursday November 25 to Monday November 29
Zara – 40% off selected items – Friday November 26
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