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Cyber Monday 2020: Save big on clothes, home and beauty items at Urban Outfitters (Photo: Urban Outfitters)

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Cyber Monday is officially here, which means you can snag deals on fan-favorite items from all of your favorite retailers like Target, Anthropologie, Nordstrom and more. Whether you’re shopping for some new clothes or home decor, Urban Outfitters has you covered with its sitewide sale—get $10 off a purchase of $50, $50 off $150 or $75 off $200.

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That’s right—you can choose from cozy women’s loungewear, comfy men’s graphic tees, must-have beauty products, stylish home decor and more. Shopping for a holiday present? Check out potential stocking stuffers, stationery or tech accessories for your giftee. 

Discounts are automatically applied at checkout. Some exclusions apply—in that case, it’s noted under the price of the item. Orders of $50 or more also receive free shipping. Hurry—the sale is only on for a limited time!

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Save big on clothes, home and beauty items at Urban Outfitters

Black Friday 2020: The best Urban Outfitters deals (Photo: Urban Outfitters)

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Black Friday is officially here, which means you can snag deals on fan-favorite items from all of your favorite retailers like The Home Depot, Kohl’s, Target, and more. Whether you’re shopping for some new clothes or home decor, Urban Outfitters has you covered with its Buy One, Get One 50% off sale on its entire site.

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That’s right—you can gt choose from cozy women’s loungewear, comfy men’s graphic tees, must-have beauty products, stylish home decor and more. Shopping for a holiday present? Check out potential stocking stuffers, stationery or tech accessories for your giftee. 

Discounts are taken at the register. Some exclusions apply—in that case, it’s noted under the price of the item. Orders of $50 or more receive free shipping. Hurry—the sale is only on for a limited time!

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The product experts at Reviewed have all your shopping needs covered. Follow Reviewed on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest deals, reviews, and more.

Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.

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Holiday toy, gift, clothes drive accepting donations

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Rockland County is accepting new unwrapped toys, gifts and clothing starting today as its 4th annual toy and clothing drive gets underway for foster children and children served by the Department of Social Services.

The idea is for every child to have a holiday gift to open, according to a statement from the county executive’s office. Toys and other gifts are sought for infants through age 18.

The drive runs through Dec.18.

Joan Silvestri, Rockland’s social services commissioner, and County Executive Ed Day seen at the start of the county’s 2019 toy and clothing drive. (Photo: Rockland County executive’s office)

Items can be dropped off during weekdays, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at collection boxes at:

  • County Office Building, front lobby, 11 New Hempstead Road, New City
  • County Clerk’s office, front lobby, 1 South Main St., #100, New City
  • Department of Social Services, at 50 Sanatorium Road, Pomona: Building A, front lobby next to security and back entrance of second floors; Building C, front lobby; Building L, various locations; Building T.
  • Bridges of Rockland County, second floor, Palisades Center, 2290 Palisades Center Dr., West Nyack.

For the first time, there will be a weekend drop-off available: On Saturday, Dec. 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the social services department, 50 Sanatorium Road, Building C. A person will be on hand to come to cars and take the items for convenience.

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“For our kids in foster care and currently receiving our services, this year has been challenging to say the least and your donation of a toy or clothing can make all the difference in improving the lives of those children,” said Joan Silvestri, the county social services commissioner, in a statement.

County Executive Ed Day said it’s been a difficult year for all, “but we still have so much to be thankful for as we enter the holiday season. Please consider donating to our fourth annual toy and clothing drive and help us help those children who need some warmth and a smile this holiday season. Thank you in advance for your generosity and support.”

Michael McKinney covers northern Westchester. Follow him on Twitter @mikemckwrite

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Phoenix fashion designer is ‘putting in the work’ and her clothes are getting noticed

Amanda Litzinger’s clothing line, Stickybaby, went viral when model Bella Hadid rocked the label’s signature heartbreak patches in Paris.



a person sitting on a bed: Amanda Litzinger, owner of Stickybaby clothing line.


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Amanda Litzinger, owner of Stickybaby clothing line.

Now the Brooklyn-based designer is temporarily back in her home town of Phoenix working with Foot Locker on a new collection.

Litzinger was recently selected as one of three designers highlighted by Foot Locker for its “Behind Her Label” initiative. “Behind Her Label” is a national platform that aims to empower the next generation of female designers and close the gender pay gap in streetwear.

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“Being a designer has been my aspiration for as long as I can remember,” Litzinger said.

“I started a hairbow line in high school and I was always making dresses for the formal dances and just sewing up a storm learning as much as I could.”

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Litzinger, a graduate of Corona Del Sol high school in Tempe, launched her clothing line on Etsy in 2012. Stickybaby is a vintage repurposed and made-to-order clothing line that emphasizes the importance of low-impact production and sustainability in fashion.

How Foot Locker got involved



Bella Hadid et al. standing in a parking lot: Bella Hadid wearing jeans and a hoodie from Phoenix designer Amanda Litzinger's Stickybaby collection in 2017.


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Bella Hadid wearing jeans and a hoodie from Phoenix designer Amanda Litzinger’s Stickybaby collection in 2017.

“Foot Locker created ‘Behind Her Label’ in an effort to close the gender gap between male and female designers in streetwear by providing an elevated platform and the global reach of Foot Locker to grow their emerging brands,” Foot Locker Women’s director of marketing Alexis Stoll-Scigliano, said in a press release.

“We are excited to shine a light on three extremely talented designers to launch this program, creating exclusive products that will ultimately drive sales for each designer to grow and reinvest into her respective brand.”

Foot Locker worked with each designer to create an exclusive capsule collection influenced by their love of streetwear culture. Litzinger’s Foot Locker collection features large print words that make a statement like “Have a Heart,” and “Feel” stitched onto t-shirts and hoodies.

Litzinger’s clothes are inspired by the current moment

“I’m kind of like a quiet person so my clothes, I feel like I prefer to let that speak for me,” Litzinger said.

“I was working on those pieces over the summer when the Black Lives Matter movement was very prevalent and I was very inspired by the professional athletes using their jerseys or their warm-ups to voice their response.”

Litzinger joins two other women of color on the platform including, Shana Sadeghi-Ray, a multidisciplinary artist and Olivia Anthony, CEO of LIVSTREETWEAR.

“We don’t see a lot of representation of people like us,” Litzinger said.

“So for me, I was like, ‘finally this is happening’ because other girls and women want to see us and then they might think ‘Oh, I can do that’ or ‘I should keep going and keep putting in the

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