These are the stories making fashion headlines on Tuesday.
Kaia Gerber covers Elles February 2023 edition
To Ellainterviews Véronique Hyland Kaia Gerber about the advice Cindy Crawford gave her when she started out as a model, her love of stand-up comedy, her openness to writing a memoir and more. Gerber also shared the importance of using his platform to shed light social justice: “I think for a long time people were afraid to speak out about things because people wouldn’t react well, but the silence speaks so loudly now,” she said. Ella
Yitty Announces Roe Vs. Wade campaign on social media
Lizzo’s Yitty launched a new social-first campaign titled “MY BODY IS NO BUSINESS!” for what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. It “embodies the ethos of not only liberating bodies through clothing, but liberating bodies by raising our voices,” the brand said in a press release. Five reproductive rights activists play along with Lizzo, calling attention to the importance of rights to bodily autonomy and the ongoing ramifications of the reversal of Roe vs. Wade. Fashionista Inbox
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Inside Dieux’s product development process
Joyce de Lemos, cosmetic chemist and co-founder of Dieux, speaks Beauty independentTaylor Bryant on her childhood love of science, the challenges of the Dieux team (her, Charlotte Palermo and Marta Mae) met early in the development process, her thoughts on beauty TikTok and more. When asked what Dieux’s future plans are, Lemos says: “We want to round off our offer by delivering a cleaning agent it makes sense to everyone. We want to get something that is conscious in terms of refills and also price. That is one of our biggest goals. I think we will launch one too SPF at some point. It’s really one of our top priorities and we’ve been working on it for a very long time.” Beauty independent
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