The Daily Roundup: Nike Sales Jump, Proof It’s More Expensive to be a Woman

by Sydney Sadick

Your daily dose of chic intel has arrived! Read on for our roster of must-read tidbits… 

Nike Profits Increase 20 Percent [Fashionista]
Nike investors received good news just in time for the holidays. In the second quarter of the year, the athletic retailer’s sales hit a whopping $7.7 billion.

Confirmed: It’s More Expensive to be a Woman [Grazia UK]
A look at a study published by the NYC Department of Consumer affairs, which looked at the cost of male and female versions of 800 products from 35 categories and 90 brands including personal care, apparel, children’s toys, and home products.

Federal Trade Commission Takes Hard Look at Native Advertising [Racked]
Intel on why The Federal Trade Commission issued a policy statement addressing native advertising and branded content on the Internet in an attempt to reign in deceptive ads.

How to Solve Celebrity Lookalike Debates [Vogue UK]
Steve Eicher, a former photographer for WWD, launched, an industry tool that identifies a celebrity using facial-recognition software.

The CFDA and NFL Team Up for Super Bowl 50 [Yahoo! Style]
For Super Bowl 50, you can expect a fashion collaboration of sorts: The CFDA and NFL have something planned, but are keeping the lid on the details. Stay tuned…

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