Give the gift of wine for the holidays! Many wineries and tasting rooms continue to be closed right now, but wine clubs and wine subscription services make a great gift item.
Christmas is right around the corner, and many retailers are already rolling back prices ahead of Black Friday sales. For the wine lovers in your life, subscription boxes are a one-stop-shop destination that takes some of the stress out of holiday shopping.
We promise you won’t miss wandering down aisle after aisle of red, white and rosé wine bottles, pondering how so many labels and varieties exist. Many subscription services ask you a few simple questions and then take care of the only hard part: choosing a bottle. That means that a great wine (more specifically, a case of six or 12 great wines) is just a few clicks away.
From red wines like pinot noir, merlot, and cabernet, to white wines like chardonnay and sauvignon blanc, rustic California wine and fancy fine wine imports from France, there’s a wine subscription box for every kind of wine drinker.
Below, our favorite wine subscription companies and wine clubs — from Wine Oh! to 90+ Cellars to Martha Stewart Wine Co. — to join as a holiday treat or gift to a fellow wine drinker.
IF you are a Sagittarius Pig, chances are you celebrate your birthday in November or December. This month, the sign is advised to not let others control their emotions so much and to follow their hearts.
In Chinese astrology, Pigs are born in these years: 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, and 2019.
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Sagittarius Pig Traits
If there was a competition to name the "nicest" people in the world, these Pigs would walk it; year in year out, they don't have a single malicious, negative, nasty trait in their bones.
They are vulnerable though – they're so laughably sensitive it would be comedic were it not such a burden to these happy souls.
Sagittarius Pigs have incredible concentration and are complete goal-setters. Nothing gets them out of their path.
They are extremely responsible and know what their duties are, they will never require anyone to tell them anything more than once.
These Pigs always remain calm in the face of adversity and have a solution to every setback.
The Sagittarius Pig cannot stand criticism and are extreme perfectionists, they do not like to be called out when something is wrong.
Pigs are charming and astute, their generous nature creates wonderful connections that can last a lifetime.
Types of Pig
Metal Pigs: Broad-minded, amicable, lazy but willing to help others.
Earth Pigs: Social butterflies, communicative, popular among their friends, and good time keepers.
Wood Pigs: Earnest, lovable, easy-going, generous, and brave.
Fire Pigs: Dependent, cooperative, ambitious, persevering, but can be impatient.
Water Pigs: Gentle, modest, earnest, responsible, but subjective in life.
Love and compatibility
The Pig is most compatible with the Rabbit and the Goat
They are known as the people pleasers of the zodiac.
The trio is often known as easy going, loving, but can be considered boring and cowardly.
The Rabbit can be detached, but the Goat is humble and civil.
The Pig is known as the most generous, sincere, and honorable of all the animals in the zodiac.
Contrarily, the Pig is least compatible with the Snake and Monkey.
Pigs and Snakes will never compromise or see eye-to-eye.
With the Monkey, the Pig will spend the entire time arguing and their relationship will just be full of tension.
It is advised that the Pig remain far from these signs in terms of personal relationships as they will not be in harmony.
The Pig’s lucky numbers are: 2, 5, 8.
Relationship to the year of the Rat 2020
My, oh my. What a year it has been for the Pigs.
The first half of the year was rough, but the second half looks more promising, Piggy.
This sign has reached a new era in their life, with a mature outlook and ready to take on any challenge the rest of the year can bring.
Sagittarius Pigs may be deterred by bad temper and poor concentration, but they must fight against the negativity to be overall winners.
They are advised to do as much as they can without stressing about the outcome, it is important they remain focused and prepared to end the year on a strong note.
The next two months will be crucial in their self-development and relationships, they must assert themselves and not let anyone try and take advantage of them.
In relationships, both single and married Pigs will experience heavy bouts of passion.
There may be a few bumps on the road but nothing too serious that will cause heartbreak or strife.
Pigs, stay positive, keep working hard, and push through to the finish line.
Pharrell Williams has long been the subject of memes about aging backwards. We get older, yet he looks younger. Now, not only is the Grammy-winner finally revealing his secret to youthful skin, he’s letting us all in on it with his new skincare brand Humanrace.
Out today, the singer-producer’s wellness brand Humanrace includes a trio of gender-neutral, sustainable skincare products dubbed the “Three Minute Facial.” “Humanrace Skincare doesn’t differentiate by race or gender,” says Williams. “We’re creating for humans; we are all born in the same skin and Humanrace celebrates this.”
The first step of the facial is the Rice Powder Cleanser, which creates a foamy lather when mixed with water and is dosed with fruit AHAs. “We want everyone to get that alchemical sensation of watching something go from a powder in your hands, to adding water, and then the chemistry happens…the Rice Powder Cleanser turns into foam,” says the singer-producer. “Like magic, you feel that sensation on your skin.” Time and time again, the star has credited exfoliation as the key to his age-defying skin. So naturally, the second product is the Lotus Enzyme Exfoliator. With eight percent glycolic acid, the exfoliator gently sloughs away dead skin cells to leave your skin even and glowy. The third product is the Humidifying Cream, which contains squalane for maximum hydration.
Humanrace was created with Williams’s longtime dermatologist Elena Jones, and is a culmination of the decades of skincare advice he’s received from friends like Naomi Campbell. The supermodel apparently taught him how to wash his face in upward circles.
Pharrell admits that he didn’t care much for his skin before going to Jones. “She made me start to think about things differently,” he told GQ. “That’s when I developed my understanding that skin care is a necessity. Your face is the expression of your personality—you gotta take care of it.
In an interview with Gayle King in 2018, Pharrell says he has had to put in work for his awe-worthy complexion. “For us as men, people don’t think we pay attention to our skin and we have to,” he explains. “You have to exfoliate like a crazy man.”
All three Humanrace products come in a vibrant green refillable container (using 50 percent post-consumer recycled landfill plastic) that was inspired by Pharrell’s love of the Japanese culture. The entire collection is fragrance-free, vegan, and formulated to clean standards.
When it comes to her morning routine, Phoebe Tonkin prefers to keep it simple. The actress and Lesjour! designer admits that she’s “not the best morning person,” but at night, she is “really, really, really diligent about a nighttime routine.” Here, Tonkin breaks down her nightly regimen, including her go-to face mask, favorite skin care tools, and daily vitamins.
Below, shop her 13-step routine and check out the Lesjour! collection (which includes new, fun shades like Disco).
Shop Phoebe’s Routine
Since Tonkin isn’t one to don too much makeup, she doesn’t necessarily have any makeup remover on hand. But if some light makeup needs removing, she opts for an oil-based cleanser. Currently, she’s using Tracie Martyn’s Amla Purifying Cleanser.
Next, she goes for a face mask, which she says is a “pretty indulgent version” of her usual skin care routine. “I don’t do [this] every night,” she says of Melanie Grant’s Face Mask, a product by her facialist.
While she waits for the mask to work its magic, the designer also takes some supplementary vitamins by Moon Juice, a plant-sourced well-being brand. “I am really obsessed with all things Moon Juice,” she says. “I really do swear by this for me.”
The holidays came early for Taylor Swift fans this year. On Nov. 25, the singer surprised fans with a concert film on Disney+ for her latest album Folklore, and not only does it show off her musical process alongside collaborators like Aaron Dessner, Jack Antonoff, and Bon Iver, but it also showcases her fabulous fall style. The film is a true testament to her talent and songwriting process, as she and her collaborators perform and share the stories behind every song on the album. In the trailer for Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions alone, we see Taylor sport plaid patterns, wool coats, and even classic Mary Jane flats.
Whether you’re a diehard Swiftie and jumped to watch the concert film the moment it dropped on the streaming platform or you’re a casual listener, we can all agree that the outfits she rocks throughout the film are so Taylor. Combining chic Stella McCartney patterned coats with a deep purple newsboy cap and rust-colored slacks is just the start of the fall style that Taylor puts on display during the film. Check out some of her outfits from Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions on Disney+ ahead, and see how Taylor takes her style beyond the “Cardigan.”
With another week upon us, we have yet another installment of our product drops series. Leading the list is the fourteenth drop from Supreme‘s Fall/Winter 2020 collection along with Palace‘s Ultimo Holiday 2020 collection.
For its Week 14 release, Supreme has readied a team-up with past collaborator Antihero. Coming together, the duo put together twill jackets, hooded sweatshirts, T-shirts, beanies and a set of skateboards marked with the flipped design. The letters from Supreme and Antihero’s logos have been cut out and rearranged to spell out the phrase in a bold flip on the usual co-branding.
Other standout collaborations include BBC ICECREAM‘s capsule with Jimmy Gorecki, the Grateful Dead x Chinatown Market “Steal Your Face” capsule and the Awake NY x Levi’s FW20 collection. UNDERCOVER and HYSTERIC GLAMOUR have also put together an exclusive release for SENSE‘s BLACK SENSE MARKET web store. Rounding up this week’s drops is Brain Dead‘s Holiday 2020 collection and Stray Rats‘s FW20 collection.
Stray Rats Fall/Winter 2020 Collection
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Moving through the seasons, Stray Rats has returned with its FW20 collection centered around a new lineup of seasonal wares marked with vibrant graphics.
Comprised of hoodies, crewnecks, T-shirts, sweatpants and beanies, the range comes in a bold array of sharp colors that complements the standout prints. Highlights include a long-sleeve printed with a large silhouette of a rat sandwiched between the emboldened words “Stray” and “Rats,” along with a sweater that sports a large satin panel of the letters “S” and “R” at the back.
When: Now Where: Stray Rats
UNDERCOVER x HYSTERIC Glamour for BLACK SENSE MARKET
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Drawing from its seemingly endless relationship with street-adjacent brands, Japanese magazine SENSE has tapped UNDERCOVER and HYSTERIC GLAMOUR for a special release on its BLACK SENSE MARKET web store.
An ode to an original graphic created back in 2007, the trio has put together a special T-shirt release in black and white color options. 13 years ago, this design appeared on a guitar pick necklace that was included as a free gift with an issue of SENSE; now, it’s envisioned atop a black and white UNDERCOVER T-shirt and sports logos from both legacy streetwear brands. The design is accompanied by co-branding while “YOU MOTHER FLOWER” riffs off a famous pejorative.
When: Now Where: BLACK SENSE MARKET
Brain Dead Holiday 2020 Collection
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Back with its Holiday 2020 collection, Brain Dead has readied a new delivery of warm staples to elevate your cold-weather wardrobe.
Leading the range is outerwear like a half-zip pullover with minimal branding and paisley patterns, along with a full-zip option that employs a marbled mix of bright teal, white, and black hues. Other options include three asymmetrically-styled sweatshirts, hoodies and simple crewnecks that express the bold tones of the collection. Rounding up the range are graphic heavy T-shirts, a yellow sherpa bucket and a fuzzy beanie.
When: Now Where: Brain Dead
Awake NY x Levi’s Fall/Winter 2020 Collection
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Following its FW20 collection, Awake NY has now revealed its previously teased Levi’s collaboration.
Aside from the teased take on Levi’s signature 501 jeans, the rest of the range is comprised of a reimagination of the classic Type III Trucker. All pieces come altered with a selection of vintage-inspired printed fabrics. The patchwork stripes, polka dots and animal prints help create an offering of traditional-yet-striking pieces.
When: November 24 Where: Awake NY
Grateful Dead x Chinatown Market “Steal Your Face” 2020 Capsule
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Building on their collaborative relationship, Chinatown Market and Grateful Dead have come together once again for an expansive capsule.
Comprised of apparel and accessories, the entire range is emblazoned with Chinatown Market’s signature smiley face motif and Grateful Dead’s skull motif taken from the cover of the band’s 1971 album Steal Your Face. Noteworthy pieces include a hoodie that comes with a light purple tie-dye, an intarsia knit sweater showing a large collaborative graphic. The smiley steal your face motif is repeated across hoodies, a key tray, mug, sleeping bag and on sweatpants When: November 26 Where: Chinatown Market
Supreme Fall/Winter 2020 Week 14 Drop
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Continuing its major FW20 collaboration series, Supreme has teamed up with skate label Antihero once again for its Week 14 Drop. This time around the duo has put together a remix of their own logos but this effort is by far the most tongue-in-cheek- to date: introducing “ATMOSPHERE URINE.” The letters from Supreme and Antihero’s logos have been cut out and rearranged to spell out the phrase in a bold flip on the usual co-branding.
The collaboration features twill jackets, hooded sweatshirts, T-shirts, beanies and a set of skateboards marked with the flipped design. The tees, however, shrink the text and place it on the rear, with front emblazoned with a pair of edited photos. One shows a smiling ICE agent with an inverted Supreme Box Logo across her eyes and the Antihero eagle bursting from her chest, while the other features Michael Jackson dangling his child, Blanket, over a hotel balcony decorated with bold graphics.
The accompanying Week 14 Drop is centered around warmth with the Polartec® Half Zip Pullover, matching Hooded Sweatshirt, Overalls and Beanie. Each set of Polartec® comes in six colorway options and can be worn together as a matching tonal outfit. This week Supreme has not readied any boldly branded accessories.
When: November 27, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan Release November 28, 11 a.m. JST Where: Supreme Online
JSP Jimmy Gorecki x ICECREAM Capsule
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Continuing to deliver collaborations BBC ICECREAM has now put together a special apparel release with one of the original members of its skate team, Jimmy Gorecki.
The capsule focuses on a black/green contrast on a hoodie, T-shirt and sweatpants emblazoned with classic ICECREAM Cone Man and Skatin Cone graphics remixed with a “JSP” banner. Furthermore, you’ll find the words ‘VOLUME 01” spelled out on each item as a homage to the original Team ICECREAM VOL 1 Skate DVD that dropped 16 years ago.
When: November 27 Where: ICECREAM
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Following its final FW20 drop, Palace is now reading its Holiday 2020 offering for release. Its latest Ultimo selection, the range features a selection of bold reworked classic brand staples, alongside two collaborative releases.
For the transitional range, Palace has put together references English playwright William Shakespeare with a number of its garments, most notably on the two variations of its Varsity Jacket, as well as a crew neck sweater that reads “Old England” on the reverse. Other items include fleeces, knitwear and accessories boasting winter-inspired “Palaska” graphics, parkas, hoodies, jackets and overshirts to form a well-rounded collection. Finally, an eye-catching yellow adidas Firebird tracksuit and series of T-shirts, pants, hoodies and accessories alongside Suburban Bliss round up the Holiday 2020 offering.
When: November 27, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan/China Release November 28, 11 a.m. JST/CST Where: Palace, “Palace_Skateboards” WeChat store
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Burb, a Vancouver-based cannabis brand, has dropped its new Comfort Collection just in time to stylishly kick back over the holidays. Made from a combination of hemp and cotton fabrics, the line contains six matching sets in colorways like Black, Hazel and Scour.
In addition to the Comfort Collection, Burb teamed with Vancouver artist Brotha Jason for an exclusive video featuring a track by 300 signee $NOT. The concept for the holiday video was aimed to promote creativity and individualism in a time of global uncertainty. It shows off the collection’s subtle design details, like oversized fits, custom patchwork and hood labels.
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Burb’s pieces are all cut, sewn, embroidered and finished in Vancouver, British Columbia with all-natural Canadian fabrics. The brand’s DNA has always been informed by quality cannabis and quality garments, so working with hemp fabrics was a natural fit. “British Columbia is definitely known for its cannabis culture, but we also have a strong garment industry here,” says Johnny Kaye, Burb’s co-founder and creative director. “Our cut-and-sew partners are close friends who also breed and supply our industry with some of the rarest genetics around. From seed to thread, quality is all that matters to us here.”
Check out Burb’s “hemp streetwear” in the images above. The new Comfort Collection is available now on the brand’s website.
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"I started out as someone who could not run a mile straight. I called myself a 'run/walker,'" Dorfman, 33, tells PEOPLE.
But when she committed to training for the New York City marathon in 2019 and documented her training progress on social media with the hashtag #Andorfins, that all changed. "When I started running, I found both my physical and mental well-being improve tremendously," she says. "I think now two things are more important than ever: our physical health and our mental health."
As Dorfman trained, #Andorfins grew into a "positive and cool" online community of runners from all over. And now, the former Bachelorette is bringing her followers something new — the official subscription-based Andorfins app launching Jan. 4.
"It’s a running app but so much more," Dorfman says.
Read on for more from the star about the launch of Andorfins, how she's been staying sane during quarantine and what she really thinks about The Bachelorette this season.
PEOPLE: You’ve inspired a whole community on social media with your workouts. Why was now the time to make it official with a new website and app?
ANDI DORFMAN: "I’ll start by saying it is absolutely geared for beginners and it’s absolutely about the Andorfins community. Running the marathon was intimidating as heck. So I want to take the intimidation out of it and for people to know whether you can run five miles or a quarter of a mile, this app is still for you. Andorfins essentially will take you from before you lace up your sneakers through your run and after with recovery videos including stretching and nutrition. My favorite part is that it doesn’t stop there. I don’t want to give too much away, but there are some other really interesting components of the app that teach good practices and tips for everyday life."
P: Did you ever think #Andorfins would take off as much as it did?
AD: "Absolutely not. It started as a hashtag because I was training for the N.Y.C. marathon in 2019 and sharing it on social media. People would tag me or DM me their running videos and photos. So I decided to create a hashtag so anyone could get involved. Now it’s become a full-on business with a website and merch and a mobile app."
P: How has your fitness routine changed the way you quarantine?
AD: "I run more, if you can imagine, since so many of the gyms had to close. But I found that my running has become more about my mental health. There are very few things that a good run can’t help you figure out. So I’ve absolutely used it as a crutch during some of the tough days that I’m sure everyone has experienced during quarantine."
P: What’s your quarantine uniform?
AD: "I love matching workout sets. There's something about looking good and feeling good, as cheesy as that sounds, and it always makes my run seem a little better. If I’m not in a workout set, I’m probably at the beach, so it’s cut-off jean shorts and a bathing suit."
P: What advice would you give to your 13-year-old self? Your 20-year-old self?
AD: "My 13-year old self, wow that’s way back! I feel like just like most 13-year-old girls, I went through phases of feeling insecure and bullied, so I would tell her to just hold on to herself. Don’t worry about the mean girls in school. Don’t worry about if the boys don’t like you, because one day, who knows, you might end up on a reality TV show, write a few books and then start a business, and no one will be making fun of you then!
My 20-year old self, I would say don’t plant your roots just yet. I’d tell her about the enormous and fascinating world that exists beyond what she has ever known and that it is hers to experience and conquer and to not be afraid to step out of what she thinks her life should look like, with a husband and children and the white picket fence. But to spread her wings and choose what she wants her life to look like instead of what it is supposed to look like."
P: What does self-care look like to you these days?
AD: "Self-care to me is taking care of my body by running of course, but also by treating it well afterward with recovery – Epsom salt baths, foam rolling and stretching. I am all about the at-home beauty regime, especially in quarantine. I love a good face mask. I’m super into this LED red light mask that I got online and any little face gadgets I can find. There is the part of self-care that is about treating myself. I drink a glass of wine almost every night and it’s my way of unwinding – people will say ‘how are you a runner and you drink wine, it makes no sense!’ – and I say, it’s all about the balance. Running is my physical stress reliever and then a good glass of Cabernet is my mental stress reliever."
P: What do you put on when you want to feel zen?
AD: "I either go to the beach and listen to the waves, or if I am at home, I will literally open my Calm app and put the sound of ocean waves on."
P: How do you motivate yourself when you don’t feel like exercising?
AD: "Great question. I think of two things. First: how I always feel after a workout, which is such a high and a feeling of accomplishment. Second: what I will accomplish during the 30 or 45 minutes I am not exercising, and it’s usually absolutely nothing – so that makes it an easy decision."
P: How has your lifestyle changed since moving to the West Coast?
AD: "I’ve definitely embraced the West Coast sunshine. But building Andorfins has me work harder than I ever have in my life, which I love. There is nothing better to me than grinding all day long and then going to the beach to watch the sunset for an hour. It’s a great balance of hustle and serenity that I have really embraced in L.A."
P: Are you watching this season of The Bachelorette?
AD: "Honestly, I don’t watch it much because it’s changed a lot in terms of how it’s edited. Having done it and then watching it I’ll find myself shouting at my TV and yelling ‘OMG that’s so not what she said,’ or ‘That’s totally spliced up to make her or him look a certain way!’ But then again I do the same with Real Housewives too! My advice for Tayshia, and the same advice I’ve given to Clare who I’m close with since we were on the same season back in the day, is to just relish in it all. Soak it all up. It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that is amazing and will change the trajectory of your life in such a beautiful way, so don’t worry about the trolls or the people that talk negatively about you. Just live in the sunshine of it all and soak every moment up!"
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When is Black Friday 2020?
Although many Black Friday sales are already live, Black Friday is officially on Friday, November 27.
It's the day after Thanskgiving celebrations in the US, on the fourth Thursday of November.
When is Cyber Monday and will Shoe Zone be taking part?
Cyber Monday is on Monday, November 30 this year.
Shoe Zone has announced deals running through December 2, so there will still be sales on the site on Cyber Monday.
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What to expect from Shoe Zone's Black Friday sale 2020:
Shoe Zone has a host of brands including Sketchers, Wrangler, Crocs, Dr. Martens and Hush Puppies.
It's also the go-to for school shoes that look smart but don't break the bank.
From women's boots to men's brogues, there is a large selection of shoes on sale this Black Friday, with discounts of as much as 50 per cent.
In addition, daily deals on certain styles give shoppers a chance to snap up their favourite silhouettes at a discount.
What was in Shoe Zone's Black Friday sale last year?
Shoe Zone participated in Black Friday last year, and gifted shoppers with added discounts depending on how much they spent.
If you spent £30, you got an additional 10 per cent off; if you spent £50, you'd get 20 per cent off.
Our tips for finding the best deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday
IT might be tempting to dive in and snap up LOADS of items on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but here’s how you can guarantee you’re getting a good deal.
PREPARE Research the items you want to buy and find out the cheapest price. Websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory and CamelCamelCamel will give you historical data on prices so you can see how much you should pay.
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How much does Shoe Zone's delivery cost?
Standard delivery at Shoe Zone is free.
Express delivery in 2 working days is £1.99 and Next Day delivery is £2.99.
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Does Shoe Zone offer any other discounts?
Shoe Zone regularly has offers and discounts, including Buy One, Get One Free deals – click onto the offers page to see what the latest offers are.
In addition, NHS employees can save 10 per cent at Shoe Zone, as can students, and you can check out all the latest Shoe Zone deals with Sun Vouchers here.
Find out more about Black Friday and where to find all the best deals in our Black Friday explainer.
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