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Must Read: Condé Nast Staffers Form Union, Lessons From Metaverse Fashion Week

These are the stories that are making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Condé Nast staffers form union
Employees of 11 Condé Nast titles — from Vanity Fair and Bon Appétit to Architectural Digest and Allure — have come together to form a union (following in the footsteps of The New Yorker, who hosted last year, and fellow Condé-owned Ars Technica, Pitchfork and Wired), and they are asking the company to voluntarily acknowledge it in a letter sent to management on Tuesday, the Washington Post reports. “The bottom line is that prestige doesn’t pay the bills,” said Jaime Archer, a web producer at Vanity Fair. “We love working here and we want to continue working here. If Condé wants to attract the best talent in the industry, they should stop relying on prestige and offering fair wages and benefits.” {Washington Post}

Lessons from Metaverse Fashion Week
Marc Bain of Business of Fashion dives into the metaverse to experience digital fashion week in Decentraland, where brands like Tommy Hilfiger and retailers like Selfridges staged virtual catwalk shows and pop-ups. He reports on what still needs to be refined, what brands can learn from the event and what opportunities lie in this space. {Business in fashion}

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Oscar de la Renta auctions Sarah Jessica Parker’s “And Just Like That” Premiere Dress
Through its resale platform Encore, Oscar de la Renta is auctioning off the magnolia-embroidered silk chiffon and blush tulle cocktail dress created for Sarah Jessica Parker for the premiere of “And Just Like That,” with all proceeds going to UNICEF’s efforts in Ukraine. † Bids start at $5,000 and close on March 31 at 9:00 PM EST. “It was a privilege to wear this dress at the premiere of ‘And Just Like That’ last December, and I am honored and honored to partner with my friends at Oscar de la Renta to now auction it via Encore” said the actor. , in a statement. “It feels meaningful to say goodbye to the dress this way, and I’m looking forward to seeing what closet she calls home next.” {Fashionista Inbox}


Katy Perry relaunches her shoe brand
Katy Perry spoke to Layla Ilchi of WWD about the spring 2022 collection of her eponymous shoe brand, the first launch since the artist bought back the label she founded with Global Brands Group in 2017. fade into thin air, or take the challenge and bet on myself, like I usually do, and just up my game and really mean what I’m saying when I say I want to be that boss bra,” she said.{WWD}

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