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*Batteries sold separately. Age 40 and up.
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For decades, ugly holiday-themed sweaters were a minor part of the Christmas season. They were lovingly lambasted like Grandma's fruitcake, or eggnog made without liquor. About a decade ago, companies...
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The program aims to create a low-sensory shopping experience for people with autism.
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A new warning for retailers.
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A taste of what trends are coming in next season.
Customers faced further costs from payments made in March.
Saint Laurent, Balenciaga and Alexander McQueen, oh my!
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I liked you the way you used to be, daggy and unpretentious.
Dopamine is one helluva drug.
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Look what happened when a woman tried them on.
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Retailers need to focus on providing a better service experience to combat the giant.
Environmental groups have welcomed the move from the supermarket giants.
Baywatch is back and so too are red hot swimsuits. With the hugely popular remake of 80's classic Baywatch hitting cinemas last month in the UK, the scarlet-hued swimsuit is experiencing something of...
The arrival of Amazon is shaking up the Australian market.
You can snag one for $38.
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...and other ridiculous things celebrities have bought.
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The 'off price retail' business model is on its way Down Under.
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'Fame and Partners' is changing the way we shop for clothes.
You don't have to blow a month's rent.
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Learn where your clothes actually come from and what they cost to make.
Oh, this is for your wedding? Excuse me while I add 500 percent to that invoice.
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Are you a basket person or a trolley person?
Nordstrom confirmed Thursday that after years of selling Ivanka Trump products, it will not continue carrying the brand "this season." Trump-branded items have already been removed from the store's we...
Let the shopping craze begin.
One in ten will head to the shops to grab those final gifts.
Ditch the shops, for starters.
You don't even need to go to the dreaded shops.
Beware the instant gratification, which can lead to a financial hangover.
The 'click-and-collect' concept has also been trialled in Tasmania.
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Tap into what's around you.
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If you like to unwind with a shopping spree, you'll totally know what we're talking about.
It sounds counter-intuitive, but get behind the person with a loaded cart.