Plus, Tom Ford is committed to ethical and sustainable business practices.
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And Donald Trump's hair may be a $60,000 weave.
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Oftentimes the simplest solution is the best solution.
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The 'Suicide Squad' actor took over the fashion label's Snapchat account to reveal his new gig.
And Sephora has launched the first in a series of smaller, touchscreen-enhanced "Flash" stores in Paris.
And LVMH continues to see growth across all categories.
Plus, Condé Nast partners with Snapchat.
The brand has partnered with the app for the first ever "Snapchat Show."
Kevin Durant, Nas, Nick Cannon and Steve Tisch believe teen girls still care about the magazine.
And Rakuten might be in talks to acquire PopSugar.
And Burberry is using Snapchat.
Same front row chit-chat, different show.