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THREE of the UK’s biggest modelling agencies are being investigated by the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) for allegedly colluding to “fix the process they charge for models to major high-street retailers and brands,” according to The Independent.
The agencies, which represent the likes of Kate Moss, Yasmin Le Bon and Cara Delevingne, have been under investigation since March this year, and senior executives are said to have been questioned by investigators.
After PETA presented her with distressing footage showing sheep at the farms being mistreated, Stella has announced that she will stop using the Patagonian farms where she sources wool used in her collections with immediate effect.
“I am very saddened to report that we have had to cease sourcing some of our sustainable wool from Ovis 21 in Patagonia,” the designer wrote on Instagram. “It was born as an amazing initiative to help protect a million acres of endangered grasslands in Patagonia whilst looking after the welfare of animals. Unfortunately, after conducting our own investigation in Argentina, following a very distressful viewing of footage provided by the great guys at @officialpeta, we found out that 1 of the 26 ranches we used source sustainable wool there, mistreated its sheep. It is one too many.”
Domenico Dolce has apologised for the comments he made in March this year when he said that he “opposed gay adoption” and that children born through IVF treatment were “synthetic”.
“I’ve done some soul-searching. I’ve talked to Stefano a lot about this. I’ve realised that my words were inappropriate, and I apologise,” he told American Vogue. “They are just kids. You don’t need labels, baby labels. I think everybody chooses for themselves. I don’t know everything about IVF, but I love it when people are happy. It’s like medicine. Science has been put on the table to help people.”