VFILES Shopping Network Relaunched With Host Kemio

VFILES Shopping Network is back.

About eight years after debuting on YouTube, the online fashion series has relaunched with a new host, new look, and a new cause, as VFILES has transitioned from a for-profit retailer to a nonprofit organization. The original show was hosted by Danielle Greco and aimed to promote the items available at the VFILES SoHo boutique and online. It also featured then-rising designers like Telfar Clemens and Hood by Air’s Shayne Oliver.

Set to air multi-hour shows Thursdays at 5 p.m. ET live from VFILES’ Mercer Street location, the reboot will be hosted by 25-year-old influencer

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Lotus Trolley Bag Review – Reusable Grocery Shopping Bags Worth It?

The Lotus Trolley Bag is a reusable shopping bag sold online through

The trolley bag fits comfortably into any shopping cart. You unfurl the bag, then place groceries inside. You can easily carry groceries from the store to your car.

Should you buy this reusable shopping bag? Find out everything you need to know about the Lotus Trolley Bag and how it works today in our review.

What is the Lotus Trolley Bag?

The Lotus Trolley Bag is a reusable shopping bag that aims to help you stay organized while also helping the environment.

Each Lotus Trolley Bag

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Y2K fashion essentials and how to style them | Shopping

Y2K fashion is all over social media right now and we’re living for it. Maybe you’ve seen it on TikTok or have been secretly hoarding clothes from your teenage years just in case, but either way, the Y2K aesthetic is back. It’s super chic and works for ANYONE, so let’s get shopping. Grab your flip phone and play NSYNC on your Walkman – here’s how to style the Y2k fashion trend.

Related: The spring trends that Cher Horowitz would like totally wear today

What is Y2K fashion?

Think Paris Hilton mixed with a Bratz doll. Yeah, ‘that’s hot!’. The

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For the Love of Shopping Small

Hearts brought them together.

North Minneapolis entrepreneur Dave Wanpue, 26, calls his startup apparel brand 4 The Love—a nod to its mission of bringing people from diverse backgrounds together and enriching lives though art, education and social impact. He jumped at the opportunity to showcase his branded hoodies at Mall of America as part of Community Commons, a rent-free space that the mall made available last fall to BIPOC business owners.

Wanpue’s 4 The Love logo sweatshirts and track jackets—with a heart in place of the “o”—instantly caught the eye of Megan Tamte, co-founder and co-CEO of Evereve,

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Heading out shopping? The all-new fashion destinations you don’t want to miss

ASOS delivery man, begone! The shops are open and we can once more peruse the rails and hit up the changing rooms with armfuls of clothes to try on.

But before you join the queues at Primark or the mobs at Selfridges, might I suggest you consider visiting one of these new and exciting new fashion destinations?

From all-new flagship and concept stores to pop-ups and limited edition capsules, these are most stylish places to part with your pennies right now.

De La Vali pop-up, Belgravia

a woman wearing a pink dress: De la Vali

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De la Vali

Ibiza-born, London-based partywear brand De La

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How to Make Vintage Shopping Work for Your Home

Portland interior designer Max Humphrey has a special eye when it comes to thrifting. He plays around with funky vintage patterns and shapes from subway tiles to brick & mortar styles. To him, vintage shopping is all about a “thrill of the hunt” mindset.

On April 20, Humphrey—along with author Chase Reynolds Ewald and photographer (and frequent PoMo contributor) Christopher Dibble—are releasing Modern Americana (Gibbs Smith, 2021), a new design book highlighting Humphrey’s interior design projects from Bend to the Oregon Coast. Ahead of the book’s launch, we talked to Humphrey and mined his brain for design tips. When

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