The Daily Roundup: Roberto Cavalli Employees Go on Strike, Burberry’s First Showing of Its United Front

by Sydney Sadick

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

Roberto Cavalli Employees Go on Strike [Pret-a-Reporter]
More than 200 Roberto Cavalli employees in Italy took to the streets of Florence for eight hours to protest the decision of the label’s parent company to open a mobility procedure for 66 employees.

Burberry’s First Showing of Its United Front [Business of Fashion]
A look at the first range of clothes under the single Burberry label (after the London and Brit lines joined Prorsum)—Christopher Bailey goes heavy on the house’s military heritage.

Macy’s Is Launching a Korean Beauty Shop-in-Shop [Fashionista]
Introducing the retailer’s latest addition on the beauty front: a brick-and-mortar location of K-beauty e-commerce site and pioneer Peach & Lily.

The Second Largest Diamond of the World Discovered in Botswana [Mashable]
A 1,111 carat gem-quality diamond, second in size only to the Cullinan Diamond cut into the British Crown Jewels, has been unearthed by Lucara Diamond Corp. in Botswana.

The Man Repeller on Fashion Peeps: “We’re All Weirdos” [Yahoo! Style]
Leandra Medine chats with Glenn O’Brien on with Tea at the Beatrice, the Apple TV show on the new fashion entertainment programming channel Made to Measure, about “how fashion people love to hate each other.”

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