The IRS Has a Name for Those Bags and Shoes that Fashion Calls Gifts, _Income_
  1. The IRS Has a Name for Those Bags and Shoes that Fashion Calls Gifts, “Income” – It is no coincidence that many-a-fashion-industry-insider is Instagramming Chloe’s “C” bag at the moment, or a Dior Saddle Bag or Louis Vuitton x Grace Coddington collab bag not too long ago, or before that a t-shirt bearing the new Peter Saville-designed Burberry logo, or the Chanel cap-toe slingbacks, etc. “Nearly every brand sends gifts to editors,” Racked noted back in 2017. Look beyond traditional editors to influencers are the same can be said of the countless handbags and footwear that brands bestow upon influencers each season in an effort to induce spending by these followers of these highly-followed figures. Read more on TFL
  2. French Fashion Billionaires Pledge Millions to Rebuild Notre Dame – A massive blaze devastated Paris’s 850-year old Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the country’s most historical structures and home to a number of prominent artifacts and relics on Monday afternoon, causing parts of the building to collapse. Shortly after, several French tycoons stepped up to make financial contributions to help rebuild Notre Dame. Read more on Elle
  3. When did vitamins get so cool? – Instagram is littered with subscription vitamin services, pretty and personal enough for the wellness and self-care movements. Read more on Vox
  4. Stuart Weitzman’s Neon Shoes Will Be the Highlight of Your Spring – The arrival of spring means a few things, including warmer weather, blossoming flowers, and color. Lots of color. Spring is officially in motion, and as we swap out our wool coats for denim jackets (or, for the lucky ones, no jacket at all), the time to step out with a bold new look is now. Stuart Weitzman’s latest collection, the Neon Capsule, is exactly what you need to take your spring style to the next level. Read more on Marie Claire

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Romana Hai started blogging full-time in 2013 . Fashion Ambitions is more than a blog and more-or-less acts as a portfolio containing brands/collaborations and achievements. Although Romana was born and raised in New York, she currently resides in the Financial District of Boston, MA. Romana attended Penn State University and graduated in 2010 with two degrees: Economics from the Smeal College of Business and Telecommunications from the College of Communications. You can reach Romana at romana@fashionambitions.com.

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