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Must Read: Meet the Creators of Diet Prada, Why Didn't Fashion Have Its Own #TimesUp Red Carpet Moment at the Met Gala?

Plus, Margot Robbie has a new gig with Chanel.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Meet the creators of Diet Prada 
Meet Tony Liu and Lindsey Schuyler: the secretive founders of Diet Prada, the industry's most feared Instagram account. The pair star in Business of Fashion's latest print edition and for the first time, speak candidly about who they are and why they started an account that calls out the very prevalent copycat culture within the industry. {Business of Fashion

Why didn't fashion have its own #TimesUp red carpet moment at the Met Gala?
Hollywood's reckoning transformed the red carpet throughout the 2018 awards season, but fashion also had industry-wide #MeToo moments. But yet, Monday evening's Met Gala both missed the opportunity to protest and didn't use the red carpet as a space for resistance, argues Emma Hope Allwood in a new Dazed piece. "Our #MeToo moment was a long time coming, but never quite got the same momentum as that of other industries – and to be honest, it already feels like a memory," Allwood writes. "Fashion has moved on." {Dazed

Margot Robbie is the face of Chanel's Coco Neige line
Karl Lagerfeld selected Margot Robbie as the face of Chanel's first Coco Neige collection, a range dedicated to winter sports and après-ski. For the campaign, Lagerfeld shot the Australian actress against a background of blue sky and clouds wearing items including a chunky white sweater, a parka and a down jacket. {WWD

Givenchy names Rooney Mara as the face of its new fragrance for women 
On Tuesday, Givenchy announced Rooney Mara as the face of its new fragrance for women. The two-time Oscar nominee has a long relationship with the French label, having graced the red carpet numerous times dressed in its romantic, dark-tinged gowns. {Fashionista inbox} 

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Diane von Furstenberg wants to be a direct-to-consumer-first brand 
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Mytheresa's buyer on how Instagram has influenced retail
Tiffany Hsu is the fashion buying director at Mytheresa, as well as an Instagram influencer with more than 50,000 followers. In a new interview, WWD sat down with the Hsu to discuss some of the biggest shifts in retail that have resulted from the rise of social media. {WWD

How sneakers went from the gym to the runway 
In 2018, sneakers are now chunkier than ever, boast the biggest rubbery soles and are spotted on the Balenciaga and Louis Vuitton runways. In a new piece for 1843 Magazine, Luke Leitch examines how the humble gym shoe became an "It" item and predicts whether this fashionable trainer trend can last. {1843 Magazine

Farfetch has launched dedicated hubs for fine jewelry and watches
With e-commerce competition heating up, Farfetch has decided to introduce fine jewelry and watch hubs, as well as to partner with a series of heritage brands including De Beers, Chopard, Tag Heuer and Tiffany & Co. The luxury marketplace will approach these new categories through a more millennial-focused lens — think De Beers diamonds sold via street style photography. {WWD

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