Daily Links: April 10 2018

  1. The State of Influencer Marketing in Fashion, Luxury & Cosmetics: Nearly 80 percent of fashion, luxury and cosmetic brands implemented influencer campaigns in 2017, according to a new report from Launchmetrics. The New York-based launch-to-market software company revealed quite a bit about the landscape of digital media and influencer marketing in its latest release, entitled, “The State of Influencer Marketing in Fashion, Luxury & Cosmetics.” Read more on TFL
  2. The Fashion World After Anna Wintour: A rumour that Anna Wintour was leaving Vogue spread like wildfire. Condé Nast says it’s not true. But what would that look like and why all the chatter? Read more on BoF
  3. Everything You Need to Know About Deciem, Parent Company of The Ordinary: Deciem, the parent company of skincare brand The Ordinary, is one of the hottest new companies in the beauty industry thanks to its simple, affordable skincare products. The company has also been plagued by internal chaos in 2018, and founder Brandon Truaxe has been pretty vocal on the company’s Instagram account. Here’s a collection of all of Racked’s reporting on Deciem and The Ordinary. Read more on Racked
  4. Cardi B Spent $800 on Butt Injections and 5 Other Shocking Revelations From the Rapper Herself: Cardi B is in a giving mood. Over the weekend, she revealed her baby bump during a live performance on Saturday Night Live, and on Monday, the “Finesse” rapper spilled some very juicy details about her personal life in an interview with GQ. Read more on Marie Claire

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