Must Read: Mario Testino to Shoot Princess Charlotte's Baptism, Pinterest Rolls Out Buyable Pins

And there's a petition demanding that Macy's drop Donald Trump's brand.
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And there's a petition demanding that Macy's drop Donald Trump's brand.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge departing the hospital after the birth of Princess Charlotte. Photo: Chris Jackson/ Getty Images

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge departing the hospital after the birth of Princess Charlotte. Photo: Chris Jackson/ Getty Images

Mario Testino is the official photographer of Princess Charlotte’s baptism
The famed fashion photographer, a favorite of the late Princess Diana, will shoot the Royal couple’s first daughter for her baptism on Sunday at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandrigham. Testino, who also photographed the Duke and Duchess's engagement portrait, said he is “overwhelmed and honored” to be a part of the momentous occasion. {The Telegraph}

Online petition calls for Macy’s to stop carrying Trump brands
Donald Trump continues to face backlash over the derogatory comments he made towards Mexican immigrants. After NBC, which had been scheduled to air Trump's Miss USA pageant, ended its relationship with him; an online petition is demanding that Macy’s drop Trump’s multiple clothing lines. It currently has over 700,000 signatures. {WWD}

Victoria’s Secret is changing its ‘on-call’ policies
Last year, Victoria's Secret was sued in California for its use of an "on-call" shift policy. This policy forced employees to be available hours before their shift, not fully knowing if the store would need them that day, with no promise of any sort of pay. While the litigation is still underway, Victoria’s Secret has announced that it has gotten rid of the policy. Meanwhile, several other retailers in New York are still being investigated for using the same type of practice. {Buzzfeed}

Pinterest rolls out buyable pins
Earlier this month, Pinterest announced it would be launching buyable pins to allow users to shop directly on the social media site with blue "Buy it" buttons. The feature rolls out today to iPad and iPhone users with the Pinterest app. In the next few weeks, 30 million pins will become buyable, with several retailers like Macy's and Nordstrom on board. Now, not only will we be spending too much time on the platform, but also too much money. {Pinterest}

Miranda Kerr was rumored to be returning to Victoria’s Secret
Earlier this week, The Fix reported Miranda Kerr would be designing a capsule collection for the lingerie brand she cut ties with in 2013. However, a rep from Victoria's Secret says it has no plans to work with the Aussie model in the near future. {People}

H&M is launching a new brand
The Swedish retailer, which already boasts a strong roster of brands like Cos, & Other Stories and Cheap Monday, is looking to expand again in 2017. CEO Karl-Johan Presson said in an interview the new line "will be completely different from H&M." We think two years is too far away. {Bloomberg}

Patricia Arquette stars in Marina Rinaldi’s fall campaign
The Academy Award-winning actress has signed on for two seasons as the face of Marina Rinaldi. The label chose Arquette as the perfect embodiment of its current message: ‘Women Are Back,’ which is meant to promote female body confidence and power. {WWD}

Milly collaborates with SoulCycle's Stacey Griffith
Michelle Smith, designer of Milly, is teaming up with her favorite SoulCycle instructor Stacey Griffith to design limited edition T-Shirts and tanks with motivational messages like ‘Bang the Chain’ and ‘No One Remembers Normal’ to get you through your ride. The collection will be sold at a pop-up shop in Bridgehampton over the July fourth weekend, as well as online and in Milly’s East Hampton and NYC Stores. {WWD}

Mansur Gavriel partners with Colette
The brand known for its perennially sold-out bucket bags has teamed up with Paris boutique Colette during the city’s upcoming couture fashion week on a limited edition purse. It's the first international collaboration for designers Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel, who just won the Swarovski Award for Accessory Design at the CFDAs. {WWD}