Must Read: Estée Lauder Targets Millennials With New Line, Yves Saint Laurent Settles Parody Tee Lawsuit

Plus, is the fact that no one talked about Hillary Clinton's recent outfits a good thing?
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Plus, is the fact that no one talked about Hillary Clinton's recent outfits a good thing?
Behind the scenes on an Estée Lauder ad shoot. Photo: Estée Lauder

Behind the scenes on an Estée Lauder ad shoot. Photo: Estée Lauder

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Estée Lauder courts younger customers with Estée Edit
In yet another effort to win over Millennials, Estée Lauder will launch a new makeup and skin-care line called Estée Edit with Sephora on March 15. The collection is "inspired by" Kendall Jenner and blogger Irene Kim, both of whom are signed spokespeople for the brand, and will be merchandised by category and attitude. Jenner will also make an appearance at a to-be-announced Manhattan Sephora store on March 22 to promote the line. {WWD}

Yves Saint Laurent settles lawsuit over "Aint't Laurent Without Yves" T-Shirt
Last April, Yves Saint Laurent filed a lawsuit against the brand What About Yves over a parody T-shirt that read "Ain't Laurent Without Yves," referring to Hedi Slimane's rebranding of the ready-to-wear line. On Jan. 12th, the case was voluntarily dismissed, meaning Heller likely settled the case with Yves Saint Laurent directly. {The Fashion Law}

Marissa Webb opens her first store in New York City
On Friday, Jan. 15, Marissa Webb opened her first stand-alone store in Soho at 104 Grand St. In addition to pieces from her namesake collection, the store will carry Pamela Love jewelry, Land by Land candles and Ivy Kirzhner shoes. {Fashionista inbox}

Is it bad that no one is talking about Hillary Clinton's clothing?
Seemingly following the leads of her male opponents, Hillary Clinton ditched her bright-colored pantsuits for a boring, unremarkable one on Sunday at the Democratic debate. And fashion critic Vanessa Friedman can't help but wonder if something has been lost in the process. {The New York Times}

Vogue takes readers inside Instagram founder Kevin Systrom's (very Instagram-able) wedding
On Oct. 31, 2015, Instagram co-founder and CEO Kevin Systrom married Nicole Systrom, CEO of Sutro, in a masquerade-themed ball in Napa that was evidently glamorous enough to warrant coverage by the fashion bible. {Vogue}

Abbey Lee Kershaw is the latest model to collaborate with Superga
"Mad Max: Fury Road" actress Abbey Lee Kershaw will be designing shoes for Superga's fall/winter 2016 collection. Kershaw will also appear in the brand's spring 2016 campaign, to be released in March. In the meantime, Superga's latest collection with model Binx Walton will hit stores on Feb. 8.  {Vogue UK}