Welcome to our weekly news round up where we highlight the news stories that have captured our attention during the past seven days.
Riley Morgan, 5/3/18
‘Celebrities supporting the Time’s Up movement at the Oscars wore a “festive array of colours” to represent “women everywhere”.’
The Business of Fashion
The BoF Team, 2/3/18
‘The former Givenchy creative director will succeed Christopher Bailey.’
Sommer Tothill, 28/2/18
‘How are women ever to smash the glass ceiling when the male gaze simply glazes over us?’
Australian Financial Review
David Marin-Guzman, 1/3/18
‘Top-tier male managers and executives are seeing their average pay fall as companies take action to close the gender pay gap, a new study has found.’
The New York Times
Paul Brownfield, 3/3/18
‘In the era of “I, Tonya,” the Oscar-winning actress Olivia de Havilland’s lawsuit against FX and Ryan Murphy Productions has a certain potent symbolism.’
Share The Dignity
The time is up, don’t let your mum, daughter, sister, grandmother, or best friend continue to be a number where their human dignity is treated as a luxury.
The New Yorker
Helen Rosner, 2/3/18
The food-and-wine specialist on the Netflix series has been celebrated and mocked for making recipes that verge on the remedial.