Must Read: The Sheet Mask Scandal Hitting K-Beauty, John Kerry Stands Up for Garment Workers

Plus, Agyness Deyn gets married in an intimate Brooklyn ceremony.
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John Kerry at a press conference in Washington, D.C. Photo: Zach Zibson/Getty Images

John Kerry at a press conference in Washington, D.C. Photo: Zach Zibson/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Do you know where your sheet masks come from?
All of those individually packaged sheet masks that arrive pre-soaked with essences and serums? Well, they're most likely hand-folded and stuffed into envelopes... and not always in a manufacturing facility. The Korean Food and Drug Administration has admittedly lax rules on sheet mask sanitation regulations and labor practices, giving way to the enlisting of at-home labor to complete the tedious steps. However, a recent wave of unsanitary practices have come to light, with insects, strands of hair and mysterious spots showing up in masks. Yikes. {Racked}

John Kerry advocates for garment workers rights in Bangladesh
In a country where poor working conditions for garment workers have resulted in tragedies like the Rana Plaza collapse and the Tazreen factory fire, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and other government officials during a recent trip to Dhaka. "America is now Bangladesh's largest trading partner, largest export market and a primary source of foreign direct investment," said Kerry at a press conference in Dhaka. "The $28 billion garment industry has played a uniquely important role in this rise." {WWD}

Agyness Deyn ties the knot in Brooklyn
In an intimate ceremony in Brooklyn Heights over the weekend, Agyness Deyn married hedge fund manager Joel McAndrew. The former model wore wore a blush-toned tulle confection paired with bold teal heels — lest we forget that she's Agyness Deyn, after all. {Page Six}

Carolina Herrera Names Raffaele Ilardo as vice president of design
The former creative adviser and atelier director of Maison Margiela will be overseeing creative development and design for the Carolina Herrera's ready-to-wear and bridal collections."[He] is joining me at this moment as we journey into the next stage of our company's evolution," said Herrera in a statement. "He has a deep understanding of how to create perfectly made clothes — beautiful inside and out." .{WWD}

The sponsored content debate rages on
After the Kardashian family came under fire for failing to appropriately disclose sponsored posts on their individual Instagram accounts, the issue of paying influencers and celebrities for social media exposure is more relevant than ever. Is it enough to merely mark posts with a somewhat-played down "#sp" or "#ad"? Read on to find out. {The New York Times}

Iceberg enlists James Long to design womenswear
The label's menswear creative director has been tapped to design womenswear, replacing the role that Arthur Arbesser previously held. The brand will be skipping the upcoming Milan Fashion Week taking place next month; however, it will be presenting its women's spring 2017 collection to buyers. {WWD}

Here's your chance to meet Anna Wintour at the Met
The Vogue editor-in-chief will be at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Tuesday afternoon from 3-4 p.m. signing copies of the exhibition catalogues for Manus x Machina. Catalogues retail for $50, and limited-edition catalogues will also be available for $295. {Fashionista Inbox}

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