Word of the Day: galore

Word of the Day: galore

2024-04-04 01:00:02

The word galore has appeared in 61 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year, including on March 13 in “Outdoor Voices to Close All Stores This Week” by Callie Holtermann and Madison Malone Kircher:

Many Outdoor Voices customers weren’t just shoppers; they were devotees. The company was a chic athleisure brand perfectly positioned to attract millennials, but it was also selling a lifestyle. A lifestyle that helped the brand raise millions in funding. In a profile in 2019, The New Yorker likened Outdoor Voices to Lululemon.

Behind the facade of hashtags and spandex, however, trouble brewed. In 2018, the company was valued at $110 million. (That same year, Outdoor Voices released its exercise dress, a stretchy dress with shorts underneath that inspired copycats galore.) …

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