Hilary George-Parkin, Vox

Hilary George-Parkin


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Hilary:


What will shopping look like?

The pandemic has changed how Americans shop, from wider aisles to curbside pickup. → Read More


The fallout from the Suez Canal ship is coming to a store near you

The Ever Given isn’t stuck anymore, but it will delay tea, dildos, and more. → Read More


To all the clothes I’ve loved before

Reconciling the sweatpants-wearing me with the fashion-loving woman I was just a year ago is an existential crisis like no other. → Read More


Brands are scrambling to sell you stuff before the election

Like the rest of us, brands don’t know what the world will look like on November 4. They still need to meet their sales goals. → Read More


Why everything from furniture to diet soda is so hard to buy right now

Shoppers are still finding many items — diet soda, refrigerators, dumbbells and more — on back order. → Read More

12 Canadian Snack Foods Missing from Your Life

The best Canadian snacks and candy, including Coffee Crisp, Maltesers, Swedish Berries, All-Dressed chips, Hickory Sticks, and more. → Read More


How companies are selling that summer that wasn’t

Activity boxes and inflatable pools replace summer camp and trips to the beach. → Read More


Why everyone is stuck on hold with customer service in quarantine

Airlines, cable companies, and even unemployment offices are forced to leave Americans on hold for hours. → Read More


Factories that used to make perfume, T-shirts, and cars are now making supplies to fight the coronavirus

Manufacturers, fashion designers, and 3D printing companies are making face masks, ventilators, and hand sanitizer. → Read More


Home delivery has helped China through its coronavirus crisis. The US needs to catch up.

The US is "four or five years" behind China when it comes to home delivery. This is bad news for locked-down cities. → Read More

Here's What to Wear When It's 70 Degrees

Still deciding what to wear when it's 70 degrees outside? Here are 11 stylish outfits to wear, plus our favorite warm-weather pieces to shop now. → Read More

The 50 Best Affordable Online Shopping Sites for Women on a Budget

On a budget? Here, we've rounded up 50 amazing cheap online shopping sites that won't break the bank, but will still keep you in style. → Read More


"It’s more than a shoe, it’s a sisterhood": inside the Rothy’s fandom

The startup has spawned a booming resale market, fan friendships, and more. → Read More


Why Popeyes is still out of fried chicken sandwiches

Inside the Popeyes vs. Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich wars. → Read More


The newest cereals are hip, expensive, and keto-friendly

The low-carb, high-protein diet has come for breakfast cereal. → Read More


Why is Halloween starting in the summer?

Target, Michaels, and Pinterest are already in the spooky spirit. → Read More


The workers bearing the brunt of retail’s struggles? Primarily women and people of color.

As stores shutter due to private equity, automation, and increased competition, the most vulnerable employees are at risk. → Read More


How Warped Tour led the consumerist music festival revolution

A history of Vans Warped Tour, the iconic music festival that helped commodify punk. → Read More


Amazon Prime Day deals: the psychology of sales

Discounts make us think we’re getting a good deal. But are we really? → Read More


What we know — and what we don’t — about retail mogul Les Wexner’s connection to Jeffrey Epstein

The man behind Victoria’s Secret and The Limited is the disgraced financier and accused sex trafficker’s only client. → Read More