All that and then some.
What: The Brooklyn-based wardrobe source seamlessly mixes tried-and-true brands (Collina Strada, Vanessa Mooney) and easy-on-the-wallet designs (printed blouses, beachy sandals).
Why: Preorder best-selling labels like Kain and pocket impulse goods like Erin Templeton change purses while you wait.
Where: Available at articleand.com, $28-$550.
A Place at the Table
What: A beautifully shot documentary sheds light on food insecurity and nutrition crises from Colorado to Philadelphia.
Why: Jeff Bridges and Tom Colicchio pair star power (in the form of real-life, Senate testimonial footage) with equally compelling statistics and first-person accounts from single mothers, rural families, medical care professionals, and more.
Where: For screening links and info, go to takepart.com.
What: L.A.’s Denim Refinery launches a sister site full of throwback tees, ethnic-print vintage dresses, and cozy sweaters.
Why: Thoroughly modern styling — along with styling tips for every piece — make goods feel equally timeless and tempting.
Where: Available at shoprerun.com, $48-$228.
Adorn by Coral and Tusk
What: Finally, the covetable pillow, paper, and home goods shop launches an accessories line.
Why: Thread your way through embroidered jewelry, neck scarves, and leather pouches.
Where: Available at coralandtusk.com, $45-$200.
Photojojo Online Camera Tutorials
What: Take the image-obsessed marketplace’s affordable, four-week course from your smartphone.
Why: Composition, filter, and auto-focus exercises are all up for grabs.
Where: Available at photojojo.com, $5.
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