Daily Links: April 16 2018

What the Rana Plaza Disaster Changed About Worker Safety
  1. The Business of Influence: #RevolveAroundTheFTC: Raissa Gerona’s Instagram account is jam-packed full of imagery of her dining alongside Chiara Ferragni in Milan, partying at the Ritz Paris with Julie Sarinana and Negin Mirsalehi, frolicking in front of the Eiffel Tower with Belen Hostalet, or at Coachella with Kaia Gerber, on a beach in Spain with Chriselle Lim and Camila Coelho, and sitting poolside in the Hamptons amongst a bevy of influencers, whose collective follower count almost tops 30 million. Read more on TFL
  2. What the Rana Plaza Disaster Changed About Worker Safety: It was business as usual in Rana Plaza in Bangladesh’s Dhaka District on April 24, 2013. Hundreds of garment workers reported to work like always. But the day before, they’d noticed an unsettling sight: cracks in the walls of the multi-story building. Still, the laborers were told to return to work the next morning. Read more on Racked
  3. The LAPD Confiscated $700,000 Worth of Makeup Laced with Feces: If you’re looking for a good deal on makeup, do yourself a favor and stay far, far away from the makeup sellers at the Los Angeles Fashion District. Buy a knockoff of Urban Decay’s Naked palette, and you might just be applying shadows laced with human feces. Yup, FECES. Read more on ELLE
  4. Meghan Markle Hits the Gym One Month Before the Royal Wedding: If you’ve ever thought, “Does the royal family work out?,” Meghan Markle just answered: yes. Just one month before the royal wedding, she was spotted leaving the gym, sporting a black hoodie and dark sunglasses. Read more on Marie Claire

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