The Daily Roundup: Beyoncé, Rihanna & Others Sue Eleven Paris, InStyle Experiments with Virtual Reality

by Sydney Sadick

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

Eleven Paris Gets Sued by Celebs [Fashionista]
French brand Eleven Paris was hit by a lawsuit for committing more than 50 violations by a slew of powerhouse musicians including Rihanna, Beyoncé, Jay Z, Kanye West, and Pharrell.

InStyle Experiments with Virtual Reality [Racked]
InStyle is amping it up on the tech front! The glossy is experimenting with a 360-degree virtual reality to take you behind the scene’s of Drew Barrymore’s November cover shoot.

Amazon to Compete with Etsy [Yahoo! Style]
Looks like there’s some competition for Etsy: Amazon seems to be encroaching on Etsy’s territory with its newly launched “Handmade at Amazon,” a spinoff site that features handmade products like jewelry, artwork, and furniture.

How the Baseball Cap Hit a Home Run in 2015 [Business of Fashion]
Intel on how the rise of athleisure and ab room in sportswear has led the baseball cap to achieve new prominence.

A Day in the Life of David Lauren [WSJ]
A look at how the Ralph Lauren scion brings a mix of retail savvy and digital intelligence to the luxury brand.

Katy Perry Talks Fragrance, Beauty, Color, and More [Glamour]
Want the deets on the pop star’s beauty routine? She breaks down her getting-ready anthem, favorite grooming look on a man, and more.

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