Daily Links: March 23 2018

  1. Miroslava Duma Steps Down from Buro 24/7 Following Flurry of Scandal: Miroslava Duma is over-and-out at Buro 24/7. After being absent from the recent Fall/Winter 2018 runway shows, the Russian street style star and editor-turned-digital entrepreneur and investor took to her personal Instagram on Friday to announce that she has sold her stake in Buro 24/7, the digital media brand she co-founded in 2011. According to media sources, as reported by WWD, “Buro 24/7 saw a drop of its advertising sales in the last few months” after imagery and a video surfaced of the Russian digital entrepreneur making racist and transphobic comments. Read more on TFL
  2. Think Tank: Protecting Fashion Design in the World of Copycats, Fast Fashion: Put yourself in the shoes of an emerging designer, launching a collection that will hopefully resonate with consumers, and be the “big break.” Now switch gears, and imagine yourself in charge of an established, iconic fashion company. A company that spends a large portion of its budget to lure and retain the best creative talent, hoping to produce avant-garde fashion pieces. Read more on WWD
  3. How Shoplifting Reddit Got Banned: On Wednesday, the Senate passed the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), a controversial piece of legislation that holds websites responsible for any sex trafficking content that lives on their pages. FOSTA, also known as the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA), does so by amending Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996, which limited websites’ liability for user-generated content. Read more on Racked
  4. Go Inside Depop’s First Brick-and-Mortar Store, Which Won’t Make Any Money: As online shopping gets easier and shoppers become savvier, the retail landscape is evolving so fast it can make your head spin, and driving revolutionary change throughout the industry. In our “State of Shopping” series, we’re breaking down these changes with in-depth stories about what brands and retailers new and old are doing to adapt, both in stores and online. Read more on Fashionista

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