Style Notes: Amy Schumer Covers InStyle; Nivea Pulls Controversial "White Is Purity" Ad
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Amy Schumer Covers InStyle's Beauty Issue [InStyle]
For her InStyle profile, Amy Schumer opened up to her pal Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) about her dating life, her beauty regimen (Secret deodorant and La Mer are staples) and her wellness routine, which includes SoulCycle, acupuncture and weed. The comedienne was photographed by Carter Smith for the spread.
Nivea Pulls Controversial Ad Tagline "White Is Purity" [Elle]
Nivea just pulled a Pepsi. The skincare company removed their "White Is Purity" tagline from their new Invisible for Black & White deodorant campaign, which was targeted at the Middle Eastern consumer. The social media copy includes the line, "Keep it clean, keep it bright. Don't let anything ruin it, #invisible," likely a nod to the fact that the deodorant doesn't leave marks behind on clothes. The slogan drew comparisons to white supremacist rhetoric. In an apology, the skincare brand stated, "We are deeply sorry to anyone who may take offense to this specific post. Diversity and equal opportunity are crucial values of Nivea."
I love a social media manger with a death wish. pic.twitter.com/M86Y4AhJaD— Nathalie Gordon (@awlilnatty) April 3, 2017
Kendall Jenner's Stylist Reveals Outfit Credits from Pepsi Commercial [Instagram]
Pepsi may have pulled Kendall Jenner's controversial protest ad, but the model's stylist, Danielle Nachmani, has proudly posted her work from the shoot. Nachmani outfitted Jenner in Re/Done denim, an Are You Am I choker, and a blue silk jacket with "Japan" embroidered on the back by Realisation Par. Meanwhile, Jenner has also removed all traces of the ad from her own social accounts.
Thylane Blondeau Is the New Face of L'Oreal [Fashionista]
Thylane Blondeau, a 16-year-old model with more than 1 million Instagram followers, has a brand new gig. The IMG-repped beauty is the new face of L'Oreal Paris, joining fellow ambassadors Doutzen Kroes and Barbara Palvin. In addition to her social media stardom, Blondeau is remembered for her controversial modeling debut for French Vogue at the age of 10. She also recently starred alongside Zendaya in one of Dolce & Gabbana's #DGMillennial campaigns.