Theresa May Talks Shopping for Herself in New Vogue Profile [Vogue]
Tucked into the very end of British Prime Minister Theresa May's Vogue profile - which details everything from her Brexit plans to her relationship with Donald Trump to how she met her husband - is a brief paragraph devoted to her style and personal shopping habits. May revealed that she has no personal style advisors and prefers to shop at a small boutique near her constituency. Though she is a fan of many British designers (including Amanda Wakeley and Daniel), she does not feel restricted to them. "Look, throughout my political career, people have commented on what I wear," said May. "That's just something that happens, and you accept that. But it doesn't stop me from going out and enjoying fashion. And I also think it's important to be able to show that a woman can do a job like this and still be interested in clothes."
Thinx SHE-E-O Accused of Sexual Harassment [The Cut]
It's been a rough week for Thinx, the period underwear start-up founded by Miki Agrawal. After a Racked investigation revealed that the company had been plagued by HR issues as well as the erratic behavior of Agrawal herself, the self-described "SHE-E-O" penned a letter on Medium in defense of the actions (and lack thereof) taken by her company. However, in a new article on The Cut, former employees have come forward to accuse Agrawal of sexual harassment. Employees have alleged that Agrawal invaded their personal space, shared nude photos "of herself and others," discussed her sexual exploits, expressed her desire to enter into sexual relationships with her employees and joined video conferences both while unclothed in bed and while on the toilet.
Hudson's Bay Exposed the Private Info of Thousands of Saks Fifth Ave Customers [BuzzFeed News]
Hudson's Bay, the Canadian retail group which owns Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor and Gilt and was recently rumored to be acquiring Neiman Marcus, exposed the personal information of thousands of Saks Fifth Avenue customers. Phone numbers, email addresses, product codes of items on customers' wish lists and IP addresses were available on publicly accessible pages on the brand's site. The information has since been taken down.
Neiman Marcus Agrees to Pay $1.6 Million in Customer Data Breach Settlement From 2013 [WWD]
Neiman Marcus has agreed to pay $1.6 million in a settlement over the 2013 data breach which exposed the credit card information of hundreds of thousands of customers. Of the settlement money, $900,000 will go to the plaintiff's litigation fees, while the remaining payout will be put into a payment fund for customers whose information was leaked, from which they will be able to claim up to $100 each.
Sami Miro Collaborates With Bravado [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Designer and former Zac Efron arm candy Sami Miro - whose sheer, cut-and-paste censor bar tees have been worn by the likes of Selena Gomez, Kendall Jenner and her other famous gal pals - has collaborated with Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga's tour merch company, Bravado, on a new collection. The five-piece outerwear line was unveiled at SXSW last weekend and also included a vintage-inspired Ramones jacket. The pieces ($400 each) will be available to the public on Bravado's website at the end of the month.