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- Lucky tells you how to spot a designer fake.
- Racked reports that Net-a-Porter and Yoox are merging.
- Byrdie introduces you to the Face Yoga Method.
- NewsWhistle talks to Ann Lawrence of Pink51, a new online marketplace that aims to boost women-owned/women-led businesses by allowing shoppers to find them in one place. (They also donate 10% of their profits to “charities that promote girls’ and women’s economic development and leadership success.”)
- The Wall Street Journal reports on a new website, InHerSight, that gathers information on how companies support women employees. Users have entered several thousand ratings so far.
- The Guardian declares (in response to a recent survey), “It’s not more time that women want, it’s more power” (though the article goes deeper than that).
- Above the Law comments on the Weil Gotshal not-so-funny April Fools’ email joke (and the firm’s eventual apology for it). And speaking of office pranks, The Bold Italic staff really went all out (er, all off?) for their April Fools’ Day joke (NSFW).
- Vanity Fair looks at the career of criminal defense attorney Judith Clarke.
- ScoopWhoop explains the fight between Instagram and Rupi Kaur, an artist and University of Waterloo (Canada) student. Apparently, a couple spots of menstrual blood is offensive, because her photos (part of a school project) kept getting taken down. The Guardian‘s Jessica Valenti says it’s yet another instance of social media balking at the natural aspects of women’s bodies (breastfeeding, etc.) when they appear in photos that are not presented for men’s entertainment.
- Here’s your Laugh of the Week, from Jimmy Fallon and Helen Mirren.
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- We talked about organizing all those family photos.
- Kat shared some picks for moms and non-moms alike.