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Must Read: Fyre Festival is Under FBI Investigation, Novak Djokovic is the New Face of Lacoste

Plus, a look inside the business of Beautycon.
Photo: Miquel Benitez/Getty Images

Photo: Miquel Benitez/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Fyre Festival is being investigated by the FBI
We already knew that Fyre Festival, the failed festival in the Bahamas promoted by model influencers like Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski, was a mess. But now, it appears the mess has gone so far as to attract the attention of the FBI, which is investigating for potential fraud and cybercrime. {New York Times}

Novak Djokovic named the new face of Lacoste
Serbian tennis champion Novak Djokovic is the new face of Lacoste, after five years as global brand ambassador for Uniqlo. Djokovic will debut a namesake line with Lacoste, which he will wear on court and during competitions. The new range will debut at the French Open in Paris. {WWD}

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The booming business of Beautycon
Beautycon, the consumer-facing trade show that brings together beauty's biggest fans and influencers, is now in its sixth year. What has made the event so successful? Its ability to create an enjoyable experience for attendees while simultaneously gathering consumer information that's useful for brands. {Business of Fashion}

Barbie Ferreira talks being called "morbidly obese" online
Model Barbie Ferreira shared about her anxiety, growing up with a "horde of Brazilian lesbians," being fat-shamed online, curve model tokenism and not being paid on time with StyleLikeU. "This industry is so toxic for anyone," she said. "Straight size, curvy, especially if you're black." {Dazed}

Valley Nails acquired by Hudson Blvd. Group
Valley Nails, a New York salon chain best known for its nail art, is being acquired by Hudson Blvd. Group. A new concept salon called BLVD will open in Scarsdale in June that incorporates Valley Nails, along with the other beauty bars in Hudson's portfolio, including DreamDry, Spruce & Bond and Pucker. {WWD}

Olive & June launches its first retail product — and it's not a nail polish
Los Angeles nail salon to the stars Olive & June just launched its first product, a "pedicure sandal" that "ties a zillion ways but never touches your polish," according to a statement. Designed by accessories designer Charlotte Stone, the sandals are available at Olive & June locations and online. {Fashionista inbox}

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