Daily Links: March 6 2018

Daily Links: March 6 2018
  1. These Are the Only At-Home Laser Hair Removal Devices That Work: Call us lazy, but after experiencing the many pitfalls of shaving (ingrown hairs, redness, irritation, and speedy re-growth), we’re contemplating alternative methods of hair removal this season. And since professional laser hair removal isn’t the most budget-friendly option (initial sessions can cost upwards of $600), we’re looking at the next best thing: at-home laser hair removal gadgets. Read more on Marie Claire
  2. Oscars 2018: Fashion Brand Winners and Losers: If the Time’s Up movement kicked off at the beginning of awards season with the all-black Golden Globes red carpet, by the Oscars, the message had moved on stage, with powerful speeches by Ashley Judd, Salma Hayek, Annabella Sciorra, Frances McDormand and others. Read more on Hollywood Reporter
  3. Fashion’s ‘Blacklist’ Has Been Taken Down: Just one week after the Instagram account @ShitModelMgmt published a “Blacklist” naming photographers, agents, and stylists who allegedly “acted sexually inappropriate” toward models and others in the fashion industry, the account’s moderator decided to take the list down on Monday at midnight. Read more on The Cut
  4. Zara and Forever 21 have a dirty little secret: Fashion does not have the same copyright protection as other creative media such as art, literature, and film, which means that fashion designers are vulnerable to having their work copied. Read more on Business Insider

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