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The 21 Best Early Amazon Prime Day 2021 Fashion Deals

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As a fashion editor, I’ve written countless articles about Amazon Prime Day – but believe it or not,  I often don’t shop during the actual event. That’s definitely not by choice; it’s  because I’m so distracted shifting through the thousands of deals and highlighting the very best ones that I never really get enough time to look for myself. Thankfully, Amazon just released thousands of fashion deals early, which means I now have

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I’m a Fashion Writer, and These Are the 21 Best Early Prime Day Deals I’m Shopping

Im a Fashion Writer and These Are the Early Prime Day Deals I’m Shopping

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As a fashion editor, I’ve written countless articles about Amazon Prime Day – but believe it or not, I often don’t shop during the actual event. That’s definitely not by choice; it’s because I’m so distracted shifting through the thousands of deals and highlighting the very best ones that I never really get enough time to look for myself. Thankfully, Amazon just released thousands of fashion deals early, which means I now have time to write them up and shop at the

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Early Prime Day 2021 Fashion Deals You Can Shop Now

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Are you so excited for Prime Day that you just can’t even wait any longer? Well, we have good news: You don’t have to! Sure, a lot of deals won’t be active until the official event arrives, but many brands have actually gotten an early start. There are some amazing picks in the fashion realm, especially!

If you’re ready to start sprucing up that wardrobe as soon as now, then there’s no need to wait any longer. These early Prime Day fashion deals

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Photos: NYC’s Early ’80s Music Scene Revisited At New MCNY Exhibit

There have been few more dynamic periods in New York City musical history than the 1980s, when a wide variety of artists across an even wider number of genres—punk, pop, hip-hop, salsa, jazz and more—pushed the boundaries of culture amidst a city teetering on the brink of chaos. Whether it was Madonna making her debut at Danceteria, Blondie inspiring Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, experimental artists such as Laurie Anderson briefly breaking through to the mainstream, or beloved weirdos such as the Talking Heads and Cyndi Lauper dominating MTV, NYC-based musicians were everywhere and trying everything.

This creatively fertile

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For early amphibians, a new lifestyle meant a new spine

Vertebrate life began in the water, but around 340-360 million years ago, four-limbed creatures, or tetrapods, made the transition onto land. In the years that followed, some species adapted to terrestrial life, while others turned back to the water and readapted to an aquatic lifestyle.

A new study of these early amphibians, published in the journal PLOS ONE and led by Penn paleontologist Aja Carter, suggests that these environmental shifts left an impression–on the shape of the animals’ spines.

“I’m interested in how the shapes of the vertebrae affect how animals move,” she says. “Our findings suggest that, in at

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