Jacob Bernstein

style reporter for the New York Times

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Shopping trends can now almost serve as markers for the different phases of the COVID-19 pandemic. First, Americans rushed to buy toilet paper and hand sanitizer.

The latest COVID hot commodities? Apparently espresso machines, jacuzzis, and Rolex watches

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