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Must Read: New Report Finds Shein Hasn't Improved Working Conditions, How Ozempic Is Becoming the Next Botox

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

New report finds Shein hasn’t improved conditions for workers
Two years after looking into Shein‘s manufacturing plants, Public Eye conducted a follow-up investigation into the fast-fashion giant, interviewing 13 employees aged 23-60 at six factories located in China. Public Eye investigators Oliver Classen and David Hachfeld revealed that illegal working hours and piecework wages are still a reality for the workers they interviewed. {Public Eye}

How Ozempic is becoming the next Botox
Medspas and telemedicine startups are increasingly offering injections of GLP-1 weight-loss drugs for cosmetic reasons, rather than their medically defined usage for obesity or diabetes. Business of Fashion‘s Liz Flora writes that GLP-1s could follow the same trajectory as Botox, which migrated from dermatologist offices to spas, but some are concerned about the overlap between medicine and cosmetic treatments. With a shortage of the name-brand drugs, medspas are supplying them through compounding pharmacies. {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

Anya Taylor-Joy for Elle‘s June/July 2024 issue. Photo: Dan Martensen/Elle


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Anya Taylor-Joy covers Elle
Anya Taylor-Joy is Elle‘s June/July 2024 cover star. Photographed by Dan Martensen and styled by Anastasia Barbieri, Taylor-Joy wears a Bottega Veneta dress and earrings by Elsa Peretti from Tiffany & Co. on one cover and a Givenchy dress, Victoria Beckham boots, Elsa Peretti necklaces and a Tiffany & Co. bracelet another. She talks challenges while filming her latest movie “Furiosa”, married life with husband Malcolm McRae and her surprise cameo in “Dune: Part Two” in the cover story written by Mickey Rapkin. Elle‘s June/July 2024 issue will be on newsstands June 4. {Elle}

Nicola Coughlan and Luke Newton for Town & Country’s May digital cover.

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Nicola Coughlan and Luke Newton cover Town & Country
“Bridgerton”‘s Nicola Coughlan and Luke Newton are the cover stars for Town & Country‘s May digital issue. Photographed by Mei Tao and styled by MaryKate Boylan, Coughlan wears a Mara Hoffman dress, Bulgari earrings and Marie-Hélène de Taillac choker; Newton wears a Dolce & Gabbana shirt. Ahead of the “Bridgerton” season three premiere on May 16, the actors talk about Penelope Featherington and Colin Bridgerton’s friends-to-lovers relationship, what separates this season from past seasons and “Polin” in the cover story written by Emily Burack. {Town & Country}

FaceGym collaborates with Isamaya Ffrench on new sculpting tools
FaceGym and Isamaya Ffrench, founder of Isamaya, are collaborating on a new Gua Sha tool called Sculpt 01. Featuring a comb, a large curved edge, a ball tip and a scalp claw, Sculpt 01 targets different areas of the face and scalp and aims to prepare the skin for makeup application. Sculpt 01 costs $60 and is available from May 14 on isamaya.com, facegym.com and usa.facegym.com. The two brands will also release additional sculpting tools, Sculpt 02 and 03, on isamaya.com. {Fashionista inbox}

FaceGym x Isamaya Sculpt 01. Photo: Courtesy of FaceGym


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Aria Hughes named Complex editor in chief
Aria Hughes, who joined Complex in 2019 as deputy style editor, is now the title’s editor in chief, the company announced on Tuesday. Noah Callahan-Bever is returning to Complex as chief of content, which includes overseeing the newsroom and content strategy. Complex acquired Callahan-Bever’s Idea Generation media company, and he will continue to lead Idea Generation in addition to his Complex role. {WWD/paywalled}

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