Must Read: J. Law's Dior Addict Commercial is Here, Myanmar Resets its Minimum Wage to Boost Garment Industry

And meet Baddie Winkle, an 87-year-old, Instagram-famous great-grandmother who recently fell in love with raver clothes.
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And meet Baddie Winkle, an 87-year-old, Instagram-famous great-grandmother who recently fell in love with raver clothes.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Watch the debut of Jennifer Lawrence's Dior Addict lipstick campaign
When Oscar-winning goofball Jennifer Lawrence isn't wreaking general havoc with Amy Schumer, she is busy fronting Dior's Addict lipstick line, a gig she's held since May. On Monday, the French fashion house revealed Lawrence's first "short film" — or, a glorified 20-second commercial — for the range, in which she applies a thick, glossy and magenta coat of the color while swiveling around in a high-backed chair. Très chic. {YouTube}

Myanmar sets $2.80 minimum wage for an eight-hour work day
As of Monday, the country of Myanmar has set its minimum wage to 3,600 kyat ($2.80) for an eight-hour work day. With one of the fastest-growing garment industries in the world, Myanmar's new pay level gives its garment industry a competitive advantage over pricier, better-paying garment makers in countries like Vietnam and Cambodia. {Reuters}

Meet Baddie Winkle, an Insta-famous great-grandmother who loves raver clothes
If you're looking to add some variety to your undoubtedly blogger-heavy Instagram feed, look no further than Baddie Winkle, an 87-year-old great-grandmother who's amassed a following that's 1.3 million strong (and growing!) thanks, in part, to her affinity for rave clothing. If there's a time to read up on this social media star, it's now: She just hit the VMAs red carpet in a look that would make Miley Cyrus quite proud. {Refinery29}

Profiling the faces of transgender teen America
In a lengthy new feature and fashion shoot, Mashable introduces readers to 10 transgender teenagers, aged 12 to 19, in an effort to celebrate adolescent expression at a point in their lives where they may feel voiceless. {Mashable}