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Must read: photographer Patrick Demarchelier has passed away, beauty bets on entertainment

Patrick Demarchelier.

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

Patrick Demarchelier passed away
Photographer Patrick Demarchelier passed away on Thursday at the age of 78. In an obituary of Vanessa Friedman, The New York Times recalls Princess Diana’s personal portraitist and Vogue’s prolific creative partner as “one of the photographers whose work helped define fashion and celebrity in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.” .” But he was not without controversy: In 2018, Demarchelier was the subject of a Boston Globe article in which numerous models accused him of sexual harassment and unwelcome advances. He denied the allegations. {The New York Times}

Beauty bets a lot on entertainment
Exploring the beauty industry’s burgeoning partnership with entertainment for WWD, James Manso writes, “Brand awareness is one of the primary goals of entertainment partnerships….Product collaborations are also essential to keeping a brand relevant.” {WWD}

Makeup artist and beauty founder AJ Crimson has passed away
AJ Crimson, makeup artist and founder of a color cosmetics company of the same name, passed away on Thursday. In a public statement, Crimson’s family recalled the creative: “AJ Crimson was a leader in the makeup industry who set a standard of beauty that was lofty, beautiful and accessible to people of all colors. We as a family are heartbroken and devastated.” by his passing but grateful for the lessons he taught each of us with his truth, directness and leadership.We thank you all for your kind words, tweets and messages as AJ was both an inspiration to us and a bright light was to the rest of the world. There are no words that can sum it all up.” {Fashionista Inbox}

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‘Elle’ profiles Emma Grede
Leah Faye Cooper profiles Good American CEO and Skims Founding Partner Emma Grede for Elle. The entrepreneur discusses her personal background, why her partnerships with the Kardashian family work so well, her appearances as the first black female investor in “Shark Tank,” and even her thoughts on criticizing the Kardashians’ propensities for “black women.” adopt and exploit”. aesthetics.” Well, sort of: When asked about the last topic, Grede replies diplomatically, “I’m very proud to work with Kim and Khloé and Kris; they are incredible business partners. I see and hear the criticism every day, but am I sleeping? Am I at peace with what I’m doing? Absolutely.” {Elle}

Fashion editors and publishers face each other
As Condé Nast editors unionize and publishers restrict employees from sponsored partnerships to supplement their income, retaining talent has become a struggle in the media world, reports Diana Pearl of Business of Fashion. “Although a position at a magazine often has a prestige image, cachet doesn’t pay the bills,” Pearl writes. “As staffers continue to unite, standard agreements about entering into sponsored deals may be written into contracts. And as the younger generation… joins the workforce, the freedom to engage in branded deals is likely to become more of a requirement for job seekers.” {Business of Fashion}

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