None of the bloggers specified that Lord & Taylor had sponsored the Instagram posts.
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It's one of the largest single-day, private-sector pay increases ever.
It's the first time the former creative director has been allowed to take on projects outside Vogue.
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The brand's future CEO allegedly demanded there be "no blacks in my ads."
She wore one of the designer's dresses back in 2008 on election night.
At least the costumes will be comfortable.
The site is holding a "fire sale."
The disputed income is from the designer's freelance work.
You're going to be able to return Gilt merchandise at Saks Off 5th stores.
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The retailer's argument that Navajo is a "generic descriptor" didn't pan out.
"Drop Two Sizes" is gone too.
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