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With Cyber Monday and the holiday season upon us, we are tracking all of the best Macy’s deals. We’re updating this post live throughout the season and will note any major changes to prices and availability as they come up! -Meghan Kavanaugh, Reviewed

Macy’s Cyber Monday 2021 deals are going strong and have already brought us all kinds of Cyber Monday savings on All-Clad, KitchenAid mixers, furniture and more. If you’re looking for holiday gifts, fashion, tech, kitchen and cooking essentials or home goods, now’s your chance to shop favorites at marked-down prices.

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Chinese fashion photographer in Dior controversy apologizes

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Women wearing masks walk past an ad for Dior at a mall in Beijing, China, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021. A renowned Chinese fashion photographer has apologized for her past work after online critics called it insulting to the Chinese people and fashion house Dior removed one of her photos from a show in Shanghai. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

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A renowned Chinese fashion photographer has apologized for her past work after online critics called it insulting to the Chinese people and fashion house Dior removed one of her photos from a show in Shanghai.

Chen Man acknowledged the criticism of her earlier work, including “Young Pioneers,” a series of images of a young model with backdrops of major landmarks such as China’s massive Three Gorges Dam or with an image of the country’s first lunar orbiter flying out from under her dress.

The criticism was

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From Beau Brummel to A$AP Rocky, Menswear’s 500 Are Celebrated in The Men’s Fashion Book

Out next month, The Men’s Fashion Book (Phaidon) takes stock of where menswear has been and suggests where it might be going at a time when the industry is heading in uncharted directions. Some of the changes in menswear relate to new conceptions of masculinity, others to the reconfiguration of the workplace, still more to the Internet which offers information and selection to an never-more-engaged audience.

Jacob Gallagher, the Wall Street Journal’s Off-Duty Men’s Fashion Editor, wrote the introduction and many of the book’s 500 entries, narrowed down from a list that at one point contained 800 names, he explained on a call. There “will be people we left off,” the writer says, adding he’s excited for feedback.

The result of the alphabetic arrangement of the book—Granny Takes a Trip (a label popular in the Swinging ’60s), for example, is on a page across from Cary Grant, the epitome

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Chainsaw Man’s Infamous Massacre Is Worse Than Berserk’s Bloody Eclipse

Berserk’s nightmarish Eclipse might be absolutely brutal but it’s not as half as nihilistic as the worst massacre from the manga Chainsaw Man.

Warning! Spoilers ahead for Chainsaw Man chapter 91!

The blood-soaked Eclipse from Berserk shocked fans across the world for a number of understandable reasons, and while Chainsaw Man‘s hellish equivalent might not have lasted for nearly as long, the utter nihilistic nature of the massacre puts the slaughter on a whole other level.

The profound effect of Berserk‘s Eclipse derives, in part, from the number of beloved characters who die and the scope by which the world’s landscape changed, all of which is further exacerbated by the fact that it’s an act of betrayal. A mercenary leader named Griffith literally sacrifices his lifelong friends and comrades by permitting monstrous demons to feast on their flesh so that he may transform into a demon to help

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