Here’s Kylie Jenner in a Skintight Red Catsuit, Fully Embracing High-Fashion Maternity Style

Kylie Jenner gave the world another glimpse of her edgy maternity style yesterday, posting an Instagram of her in a dramatic skintight Richard Quinn red catsuit and matching long red coat, heeled boots, and gloves. She captioned it simply with a burning heart emoji.

Jenner kept her first pregnancy secret, so the photos she has been sharing of her second pregnancy mark the first time she has publicly shared her maternity style. Jenner hasn’t disclosed her due date and revealed to Vogue that she doesn’t know her baby’s gender and is purposely keeping it a surprise this time.

A source spoke to Entertainment Tonight last month about how Jenner is preparing her and Travis Scott’s daughter Stormi for big sisterhood. “Kylie is most excited about giving Stormi a sibling, and Stormi is over the moon ecstatic,” the source said.

“Travis and Kylie are trying to include Stormi bit by bit

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Here’s an Earth-friendly guide to back-to-school shopping.

With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendation that schools return to in-person classes in the fall (even with everyone masked), kids are likely bursting out of their pandemic cocoons. They’re ready to see and be seen in real life—and they’re eager for new looks and new stuff.

In fact, according to the National Retail Federation, U.S. back-to-school spending is expected to be at an all-time high this year, jumping 42 percent from 2019 with an average increase of $59 more per family than last year.

Together with the extra online shopping we’ve been doing (Amazon reports its sales increased 37 percent between 2019 and 2020) adds up to a boost in manufacturing, shipping, and returns to feed consumer demand. And that can have a huge effect on the environment.

It’s natural for kids to want new items to mark important moments like going back to school

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Worried about online shopping scams? Here’s how to protect yourself

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Online shopping scams are everywhere. (Photo: Getty)

Online shopping scams are everywhere. (Photo: Getty)

If you think you’re safe just browsing the internet for gift ideas, think again. Online shopping scams are out there, waiting to trip you up.

Scammers are trolling your searches to identify which products shoppers are looking for. “When you click on things, even if you don’t make a purchase, scammers have access to those tools, so they can really get a good gauge of what it is you’re looking for,” says Melissa Lanning Trumpower, the Executive Director of the Better Business Bureau’s Institute for Marketplace Trust

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Here’s what you need to know

Shein, the China-based fast-fashion clothing brand, will open a pop-up store in Arizona for the first time. The market is scheduled for June 18-20at Tempe Marketplace, kicking off a series of pop-ups across the country.

The Tempe pop-up will showcase Shein’s summer 2021 clothing and accessories. It will also include some of the brand’s newest collections: Shein X (its collaboration with emerging designers), MOTF (Shein’s premium collection) and Sheglam (the company’s beauty collection).

Though it’s the brand’s first Arizona pop-up, opening temporary stores is nothing new for the predominantly virtual retailer. 

What to know about the fast-fashion brand

Rivaling Europe-based companies like ZARA and H&M, Shein is a leader in the fast fashion industry. The United States is Shein’s largest market, with the company shipping to more than 200 regions across the world, according to Business Insider.

The company — which reportedly replenishes its site with more

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