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New Year’s Day stores open include Target, Macy’s, Kohl’s, Dillard’s, Big Lots and more

If your happy place is the mall on New Year’s Day, start celebrating.

Many of the nation’s top shopping destinations, including Macy’s, Kohl’s, JCPenney, Apple, Bath & Body Works, Home Depot, Target and Walmart, will be open for business Saturday.

But be sure to check before you leave home because not every store will be open and many will have shortened hours. Sam’s Club and Costco are among those taking the holiday off. Several pharmacies also will be closed.

Semi-annual sales, many of which kicked off after Christmas, continue at Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, Tory Burch and several other stores. Christmas clearance sales continue at other stores while supplies last.

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With limited holiday merchandise

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China’s Singles’ Day shopping fest muted amid tech crackdown

China’s biggest online shopping day, known as “Singles’ Day” on Nov_ 11, is taking on a muted tone this year as regulators crack down on the technology industry and President Xi Jinping pushes for “common prosperity.”

HONG KONG — China’s biggest online shopping day, known as “Singles’ Day” on Nov. 11, is taking on a muted tone this year as regulators crack down on the technology industry and President Xi Jinping pushes for “common prosperity.”

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Lori Harvey Makes a Case for Pajamas All Day in the Silkiest Burberry Set & Hidden Heels

Lori Harvey found the perfect way to upgrade one of the summer’s biggest trends with help from Burberry.

The British fashion house gifted the model with pieces from its newest summer monogram collection, as shared by Harvey herself on Instagram last night. The outfit included a new pajama-style silk set complete with $1,050 logo pants and a matching $910 shirt that Harvey daringly wore buttoned.

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Let the fashion policing begin on opening day of Tokyo Games

Let the fashion policing begin.

The Olympics in Tokyo open July 23, when the world’s athletes will march behind their flag-bearers. And when they do, the peanut gallery on what they’re wearing will be open, too.

Olympic gear makes for lively social media fodder, starting with the hours-long Parade of Nations. The year-long wait due to the pandemic has given enthusiasts extra time to ponder what they love or hate.

There’s the Czech Republic and its traditional indigo block-print design with matching fans, already the butt of some jokes. It follows the country’s loud umbrellas and neon-blue Wellington boots of 2012 in London, along with its “Beetlejuice” stripes in Rio in 2016.

Israel’s athletes have see-through nylon jackets with huge pockets, while Emporio Armani decked out Italy’s team in track suits with a reinterpretation of Japan’s rising sun in the colors of the Italian flag: red, green and white. Liberia

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