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Celebrity Fashion: YouTuber PatrickStarr at BeautyCon LA. 

YouTuber PatrickStarr at BeautyCon LA. 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday. 

How YouTube and Instagram changed beauty

Over the past decade, beauty influencers have made a lasting impact on the beauty industry and social media through their Instagram and YouTube content, from defining popular aesthetics to democratization. Today, a more diverse group of influencers set new beauty trends that force brands to develop inclusive products to appeal to a wider variety of beauty lovers. Meanwhile, brands like Colourpop and Morphe have YouTubers like Jackie Aina, Michelle Phan, PatrickStarr, Alissa Ashley and more to thank for contributing to their growth. {Business of Fashion}

Roger Vivier launches its first jewelry collection

Roger Vivier, known for its footwear, just launched its first jewelry collection, inspired by the brand’s signature square shoe buckle. The line — designed by creative director Gherardo Felloni — includes crystal-paved bracelets, earrings, chokers, hair clips and a tiara. Felloni, an avid jewelry collector, says that designing jewelry for Roger Vivier has allowed him to turn his passion into a project for the brand. The garden-themed collection launches on Dec. 7. See below for the collection {Fashionista Inbox}

Haider Ackermann on his relationship with Timothée Chalamet

Designer Haider Ackermann sits down with Vogue to discuss his recent fashion collaboration with “Call Me By Your Name” star Timothée Chalamet and how the pair are working together to “search for a new form of elegance.” The conversation with the designer comes after Lyst’s 2019 Fashion Index named Chalamet as the second-most influential celebrity of the year (after Meghan Markel, of course). It’s revealed that Chalamet doesn’t work with stylists but instead collaborates one-on-one with designers like Ackermann to create liberated, personal and daring looks. {Vogue}

The symbolism behind Nancy Pelosi’s white pantsuit

It comes as no surprise that the white pantsuit has gained popularity in Capitol Hill. Not only is the suit popular amongst dynamic leaders like Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton, but it has also morphed into a symbol that ties back to history, which some might date back to an unspoken nod to justice in the face of power. {The New York Times}

Planned Parenthood’s holiday gift guide

Planned Parenthood, one of our favorite organizations to support, launched its 2019 Holiday Gift Guide benefitting PPNYC patients who need quality and affordable care. Included in this year’s gift guide are women empowerment brands like Parade, Catbird, Bulletin, Universal Standard, Social Goods and more. {Planned Parenthood}

The petition to remove skin-bleaching products from Amazon

After two non profits petitioned Amazon to remove skin-bleaching products containing high levels of mercury from its site, the mass e-tailer listened and pulled the products a week after delivery. The fight against colorism has gone on for years and the effects, like skin bleaching, can be deadly. {The New York Times}

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