5 morning must-reads: Why one millennial is embracing JOMO and London’s Victoria & Albert Museum’s latest exhibition
Forget FOMO–it’s all about social media JOMO these days. Why one millennial is not having any of you, Facebook, Twitter et. all.
[ElleCanada.com] So what’s it
really like to a personal assistant to a celeb? One PA tells all (anonymously, of course): among rudimentary tasks of 4 a.m. wake-up calls and running coffee, tea and even "herbs", "I broke up with a very prominent actor boyfriend of hers," our whistleblower writes.
[The Cut] Coming up on the one-year anniversary of the devastating collapse of a factory building in Dhaka, Bangladesh, inklings of an ethical fashion movement are slowly gaining traction: "I’ve travelled to Bangladesh and visited factories like Rana Plaza," says Emma Watson. "I knew how bad the conditions were before the collapse," she says. ‘I think it’s important that I’m accountable for the choices I make and understand they have serious consequences."
[Vogue UK] The latest in fashion catnip: London’s Victoria & Albert Museum unveils its spring exhibition,
The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014, featuring over one hundred pieces by Giorgio Armani, Missoni, Prada, Pucci, Valentino, and Dolce & Gabbana, among others. But can’t make it across the pond before the exhibit closes in July? Net-A-Porter is collaborating with six Italian fashion houses on an exclusive collection of costume jewellery to coincide with the exhibition’s launch.
[CR Fashion Book] So what have the Royals been up to lately? As a whole, there’s been some eating of chicken fingers, high-low dressing and hand-shaking–basically what you did last Friday.