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1. Harry’s Partnership with Graham Shows Celebrity Deals’ Evolution: Under the agreement, Harry’s will share profit from the business with model Ashley Graham, which will be sold under the company’s Flamingo label for women. She’s also involved in the creative and design process. Graham will appear in commercials for the brand as well. – Read More on Bloomberg

2. Is “Clean” Beauty a Wash? The challenge for brands is being conscientious not only in how they formulate, but also in how they label in light of the proliferation of beauty brands dubbing themselves clean. “There isn’t a governing body deeming products ‘clean.’” – Read More on the WSJ

3. How E-Commerce Fits into Retail’s Post-Pandemic Future: While e-commerce will continue to be an essential element of retail strategy, the future success of retailers will ultimately depend on creating a cohesive customer experience, both online and in stores. – Read More on HBR

4. Strong Asia drives Ferragamo sales rebound in first quarter: The group posted revenue of 245 million euros ($298 million) in the three months to end-March, in line with analyst expectations and a 13% increase from a year earlier when stripping out the impact of currency fluctuations. – Read More on Reuters

5. Netflix series on fashion designer Halston ‘overinflated’, family says: “As a custodian of the archives, I was not consulted in any way,” said Lesley Frowick, the designer’s niece and the founder and director of the Halston Personal Archives. “[I] was unaware [of the show] until the project was near completion and the promotional activity started.” – Read More on the Guardian

6. China, Roger Vivier and E-commerce Boost Tod’s Group in Q1: Triple-digit growth in China, a strong performance at the Roger Vivier brand and in e-commerce helped Tod’s SpA report a 17 percent increase in revenues in the first quarter of the year to 178.7 million euros. – Read More on Yahoo