Daily Links: March 12 2018

  1. Facebook, Instagram Removed 3 Million Infringing Posts During First Half of 2017: Facebook, Inc. removed nearly 3 million posts, including videos, ads and other forms of content, from its sites during the first half of 2017 in response to takedown complaints over counterfeiting, and trademark and copyright infringement. Read more on The Fashion Law
  2. What Does Dressing ‘Professionally’ Mean for Women of Color?: They said they would help us understand what was “professional.” It was my first year of law school, and, like many of my classmates, I had never held a full-time office job. I’d had summer internships, but those hadn’t required me to wear anything more formal than jeans. Now, we were about to work in the most conservative environment possible: the Boston legal environment. Read more on Racked
  3. French Designer Hubert de Givenchy Has Passed Away: Hubert de Givenchy, iconic French designer, passed away on Saturday, March 10, at the age of 91. His longtime partner Philipe Venet confirmed the news in a statement to AFP on Sunday. Read more on ELLE
  4. Balenciaga’s Bernie-Inspired Logo Arrives on $600 Leather Slides: It’s been on caps and hoodies, bags and T-shirts, and now, it’s on slides. Balenciaga‘s ubiquitous, Bernie Sanders-inspired political logo has now been wrought on a pair of leather slides for just under $600 a pair. Read more on Highsnobiety



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I've always wanted to be the modern-day Carrie Bradshaw :) Fashion and beauty is something I'm obsessed with and my goal is deliver the latest trends within the industry, in a super conversational and digestible way.

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