Daily Links: March 7 2018

  1. Influencers Now Need a “License” to Do Business in United Arab Emirates: The business of influence is a lucrative – and often shadowy – one, and change is coming in the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”). In accordance with a new set of regulations for electronic media –which governs all online activities including e-commerce, print and digital media and advertising, and video and audio materials – media giants and influencers, alike, must secure a license from the National Media Council, a federal government agency in the UAE, going forward. Read more on The Fashion Law
  2. Céline, Louis Vuitton AW18 review: fashion’s bittersweet farewell: Paris Fashion Week, and a full month of AW18 shows, ended less with a bang than with the sense of deflation. On the last day, having eschewed the official schedule during its time of transition, Céline staged an AW18 presentation in its headquarters on Rue Vivienne. No show. No models. Just a few rails of clothes. And a collection of accessories. Read more on Financial Times
  3. Gender equality takes centre stage for Louis Vuitton show: On the last night of a month of fashion weeks, Hollywood decamped to Paris for the Louis Vuitton catwalk show. Emma Stone arrived fresh from the Oscars along with fellow actors Sienna Miller, Michelle Williams and Jaden Smith. Read more on The Guardian
  4. Paris fashion week was all about boobs: To bra or not to bra? That was the question at Paris fashion week. Read more on the New York Post

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