Daily Links: March 4, 2019

  1. Netflix and Jerry Media are Being Sued for Allegedly Stealing Influencer’s Video for Fyre Fest Documentary – The latest legal development in the saga that is Fyre Fest? A copyright infringement lawsuit that centers on Netflix’s recently-released documentary about the epic failure that was Fyre Fest, the luxury music festival that was set to take place in the Bahamas on two consecutive weekends in late April and early May 2017 but ended up being little more than a venture that duped investors out of tens of millions of dollars and left music festival-loving millennials stranded. Read more on TFL
  2. Glossier, the most-hyped makeup company on the planet, explained – For two weeks, the beauty company Glossier hyped up a new brand it would be launching, called Play. It posted vague imagery on a brand new Instagram page dedicated to Play, which racked up 50,000 followers in just over 24 hours, and now has almost 75,000. One image featuring a blue watery GIF prompted some speculation that it might be sex-related. Nope. Read more on Vox
  3. Watch the Valentino Fall/Winter 2019 Show – Your front-row view, no ticket required. Watch on Elle
  4. Ted Baker CEO Resigns After Misconduct Allegation – Ted Baker Plc chief executive officer Ray Kelvin resigned amid an investigation of his conduct, including allegations of unwanted hugs in the workplace. Read on BoF

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