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"It's gotten to the point where the logic of dupes has been sort of flipped on its head," said Sangeeta Singh-Kurtz. "And people are spending more time and in some cases, more money dupe-hunting than they would if they just bought the original."
Phillip Rollins, owner of Offbeat, wants to attract more college students and give them a place to hang out.
"Celebrities are rich for reasons having nothing to do with their crypto investments," says Vox's Emily Stewart.
Beauty reporter Cheryl Wischhover says social media and industry profits are behind the abundance of celebrity makeup and skincare lines.
Social media has changed the game for former contestants on the CBS reality show “Survivor,” according to “Ringer” contributor Mara Reinstein.
One issue for influencers is that joining a perceived ideological site like Parler could turn off some online fans.
Struggling retailers hope livestreaming will provide a lifeline. Aspiring influencers don't always strike it rich.
Instagram is introducing new features, like ads on its IGTV, so influencers can keep making money.
Eva Wang and Sam Tian quit their jobs to make a go of it selling on Alibaba's Taobao livestreaming service.
"Camp" was the theme this year. Some designers are rethinking their participation in the charitable event that's the highlight of the fashion calendar.