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Where: Online at aprizi.com.
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What: It’s ba-aaack. Check out our Fashion Week blog for atypical show reporting, spring 2011 trends, and our editors’ style-inspired poems and sketches.
Why: Get tips on wearing wide-leg pants, zany sock-and-shoe combos, designers’ inspirations, and so much more we don’t even know about yet.
Where: Online at dailycandy.com.
What: They kept what worked (Cheap Monday, Frye Boots, Alexander Wang) but gave the site a cleaner look with bigger, brighter photos and easily navigable drop-down menus with styles for ladies and gents.
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Where: Online at tobi.com.
What: Inspired by the Amazon, the organic, paraben-free line from Paraguay works to gently cleanse and exfoliate your face and body. Each bar is made with whole pieces of plants, fruits, and herbs in varieties like black clay, avocado, or mango.
Why: Get 25 percent off any three thru Feb. 24 with code LOVEW.
Where: Online at wembe.com.
Photos: Courtesy of Aprizi