Style Notes: Justin Bieber Takes James Corden Shopping; Roberto Cavalli Employees Go On Strike
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In his relentless quest to win over the public, Justin Bieber returned to car pool karaoke to serenade us with Alanis Morissette hits as well as a few tracks off his own new album. Although the pop star and James Corden didn't switch outfits this time, they did go shopping and chose ensembles for one another. We're pretty sure that seeing JBiebs in leather pants and a sequined coat is enough to make a Belieber out of anyone. [THR]
More than 200 Roberto Cavalli employees in Italy took to the streets of Florence to protest the decision of the label's parent company to open a mobility procedure for 66 employees. The strike lasted for eight hours, as the employees asked for "a strategic industrial and transparent regeneration, in order to understand what are the real intentions of the board." The company has yet to respond. [WWD]
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A Zara security guard and store manager have been fired following reports that they denied a hijab-wearing woman entrance to their Paris store following last Friday's violent attacks. After dismissing the employees, Zara apologized in a statement noting that they are in "utter disagreements with such actions, which are completely opposed to the principles of our company." [Racked]