Day: June 22, 2021

The Best Prime Day Men’s Fashion Deals From Levi’s, Calvin Klein, Nike, Champion & More

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is officially here — and we’re so excited! The savings are running through today and tomorrow, June 21st and June 22nd, and there are plenty of Prime Day deals worth checking out.

As Spy editors, we’re always on the lookout for the best Amazon deals, so naturally Prime Day is our time to shine. We’ve got a huge round-up of the best Amazon Prime Day deals that we’re keeping updated, as well as specified pieces like Prime Day tech deals, Prime Day TV deals and, obviously, fashion deals. You can only access all of the savings if you’ve got a Prime account with Amazon, so be sure you’re signed up before the big day.

Now, you may not think of Amazon as your go-to fashion outlet, and we know that Spy readers do a lot of their online clothes shopping either directly on the

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Relaxed Giorgio Armani ends Milan Fashion Week after Covid constraints

Milan Men’s Fashion Week wraps up Tuesday, following Giorgio Armani’s first live runway show since coronavirus that opened the door to a return to normality for the industry.

“Back where it all began” was the name chosen by Armani, 86, for his latest men’s collection shown late Monday before a live audience.

It was a fitting description for the industry hoping to see the end of a punishing period of dismal sales and audience-free shows caused by the global coronavirus pandemic.

Combining fluidity of movement with extreme elegance, the Men’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection was presented in the courtyard of Armani’s Milan headquarters near the city’s fashion district, with models — both with and without masks — making their way down a runway in front of the well-manicured lawn.

Bold floral graphics in black and white adorned light knitwear or pants, blouson jackets were relaxed and roomy, while Bermuda shorts —

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LGBTQ+ founders leading in beauty and fashion

While gay men make up the majority of well-known names in fashion, queer women and non-binary leaders remain underrepresented. And though there has been a rise in the diversity of beauty influencers and media, LGBTQ+ women continue to remain less visible.

In honor of Pride Month and at a time when consumers want more queer representation from beauty and fashion brands, here are four founders creating new spaces and brands, which emphasize fluidity, inclusion and representation for all:

Corianna and Brianna Dotson, founders, Coco and Breezy Eyewear

Founders, Coco and Breezy Eyewear.Paul Zimmerman / WireImage file

Growing up Black in Minnesota, twins Coco and Breezy were often bullied and used their sunglasses as shields. In 2009, they leaned into their resilient and creative side and launched their own sunglasses brand — with less than $1,000.

Their unique, eclectic styles eventually caught the attention of Lady Gaga’s

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