Must Read: Uniqlo x Lemaire to Be Restocked, Vivienne Westwood Stars in Film About Climate Change

Plus, the editorial changes continue at 'Allure.'
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Plus, the editorial changes continue at 'Allure.'

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Vivienne Westwood and husband star in a film about climate change
Just a short distance from the Paris climate talks, Vivienne Westwood premiered her film "Trouble in Paradise," featuring herself and her husband Andreas Kronthaler as Adam and Eve on a doomed planet. In a not-so-subtle message, Westwood condemns politicians for ignoring the issue of environmental destruction. The film ends with the statement "It Is Time to #Endecocide." {Dazed}

Uniqlo will restock select Lemaire pieces
Select items from Uniqlo x Lemaire that previously sold out will be available again both online and at Uniqlo's flagship store on 5th Avenue in New York starting Monday, Dec. 14. They include the men's knit jacket, merino blended mock neck sweater and merino cashmere cropped sweater, as well as the women's cashmere blended square sweater, milano rib skirt, milano rib jacket and milano rib flare V neck sweater. If their debut in October was any indication, chances are these pieces will sell out really quickly the second time, too. {Fashionista inbox}

Editorial changes continue at Allure
Allure's 15 contributing editors were told that their contracts would not be renewed, although some were said to have been given the option of working as freelancers. This follows November's news that founding editor Linda Wells would leave her role, with Nylon's Michelle Lee stepping in as her replacement. {WWD}

Saks parent company makes a turnaround in the third quarter
After seeing a net loss of $13 million in the same period last year, Hudson's Bay Company reported net earnings of $1 million in the quarter ending Oct. 31. The owner of Saks Fifth Avenue and Hudson's Bay stores saw strong performance in women's apparel, cosmetics and home and also benefited from a reduction in workforce (aka layoffs). {Hudson's Bay Company

InStyle teams up with Fandango for video series
In a surprising pairing, InStyle will collaborate on a video series about red carpet trends with Fandango, seller of movie tickets, featuring the likes of Isaac Mizrahi, Olivia Palermo and more. The videos, which will examine the intersection of film and fashion, will debut Jan. 6 across Fandango's various channels. {WWD}

Kerry Washington is named OPI's creative ambassador
"Scandal" actress Kerry Washington has been named OPI's creative ambassador and will co-design a line of polish with OPI's Creative Director Suzi Weiss-Fischmann. Washington has been a creative consultant at Neutrogena since 2013. {WWD}

Homepage photo: Vivienne Westwood at The People's March for Climate, Justice and Jobs. David M. Benett/Getty Images