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1. When the Picture Isn’t Pretty: Top profiles that can charge $10,000 or more per post for every million followers have seen customary revenue streams drop drastically, even to zero. “My whole calendar up through June was completely booked—and in one day, everything went down.” – Read More on Bloomberg

2. E-commerce Not Enough to Save Fashion Retail: For all the talk of fashion’s digital transformation, it’s an industry that still runs on brick-and-mortar, meeting and interacting with consumers face-to-face. Now, web sales — the only revenue channel now for many retailers — have fallen sharply, highlighting challenges in an uncertain time. – Read More on WWD

3. What Does the Future Hold for Jobs in Fashion? Smart business entrepreneurs may shift their businesses to provide more of what people need and not just what people want. This includes wellness products, CBD, immune-boosting supplements but also clothes you can wear at home that are chic, stylish, and comfortable. – Read More on Refinery29

4. Adidas has agreed to pay landlords for April rent following criticism, but Urban Outfitters says it won’t pay rent: Urban Outfitters on Tuesday said it won’t pay rent for an undisclosed amount of time and is delaying the opening of new stores, while existing stores remain “temporarily closed until further notice due to the continued spread of COVID-19.”​ – Read More on Retail Dive

5. Rihanna makes history: “Did I ever imagine that I would see a durag on the cover of Vogue?” British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful revealed that it was the singer’s idea to wear the headwear, which was designed by the famed milliner Stephen Jones. – Read More on the Guardian

6. Reinventing the Direct-to-Consumer Business Model: The direct-to-consumer startups’ rise was enabled by an environment of abundant venture capital, low competition, and above all, the advertising arbitrage that could be exploited on under-priced social media platforms. – Read More on HBR