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Each week, GQ scopes out mens clothing sales while using the latest in deal-identifying technology—i.e. a couple of our staffers spend most of the day shopping online—to uncover all the wildest markdowns on wardrobe-boosting buys on the internet. And the hottest sale going is over at U.K.-based menswear haven END., where you’ll find everything from luxe kicks and billowy shirts to beach-ready trunks and slick shades all up to 50% off. Scroll on for the 24 finest garms in the mix, or head straight to END. to shop the entire thing yourself.

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Covid-19 Live Updates: Biden Administration to Share AstraZeneca Doses With Other Nations After Safety Review

India, which set a global record for new cases for the fifth consecutive day on Monday, countries around the world are trying to help. But their efforts to send oxygen and other critical aid are unlikely to plug enough holes in India’s sinking health care system to end its deadly catastrophe.

The Indian health ministry reported almost 353,000 new cases and 2,812 deaths on Monday. Enormous funeral pyres have spilled into parking lots and city parks. Experts say that India’s reported overall toll of more than 195,000 deaths could be a vast undercount.

The emergency in India, where a worrying …

Red carpet fashion: A glimpse of normalcy at star-studded event

Written by Oscar Holland

Contributors Megan C. Hills

At a pandemic-era Oscars, it was never going to be business as usual on the red carpet.

But with a scaled back ceremony, organizers tried their very best to recapture the glamour that the showpiece event is known for. And the stars in attendance did their part, too, wearing an array of dramatic golds, reds and daring cutouts.

Usually held in February, the Oscars were pushed back by over two months in the hopes that loosening Covid-19 restrictions would allow for a more lavish affair. Indeed, with attendees not required to wear …

Laverne Cox on the Red Carpet, Politics and What to Expect on Oscars Night

Ever since she appeared at the Golden Globes via remote camera in a regal red gown by Thai Nguyen, because “we should have a fashion moment,” Laverne Cox has been a pioneer of the virtual red carpet. Here, she explains why she believes in the power of dressing up even in a pandemic — and why a statement gown can say be a lot more than just “glam.”

You recently hosted the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards, and even though it was pretaped, you wore not one but three outfits. Why?

I think it’s become de rigueur when you