Photographer Patrick Demarchelier died on Thursday at the age of 78. In an obituary by Vanessa Friedman, The New York Times remembers Princess Diana’s personal portraitist and the prolific Vogue creative partner as “one of the photographers whose work helped define fashion and celebrity in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.” But he was not without controversy: In 2018, Demarchelier was the subject of a Boston Globe article in which numerous models accused him of sexual harassment and unwanted advances. He denied the accusations.

James Manso explores the beauty industry’s burgeoning partnership with entertainment for WWD, writing: “Brand awareness is one of the most significant goals of entertainment partnerships….Product collaborations are also key to keeping a brand relevant.” {WWD}

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