Must Read: Givenchy Introduces Kidswear, Moschino Releases Barbie & Ken Gift Set

Plus, Frédéric Fekkai is launching a new beauty brand.
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Plus, Frédéric Fekkai is launching a new beauty brand.
The finale walk at the Givenchy spring 2017 show. Photo: Imaxtree

The finale walk at the Givenchy spring 2017 show. Photo: Imaxtree

These are the stories making headlines on Friday.

Riccardo Tisci to introduce Givenchy childrenswear for fall 2017
It's no secret that child fashion plates North West and Blue Ivy are already seasoned Givenchy fans, and now Riccardo Tisci is bringing kid-size Givenchy to the masses. (Well, the elite masses, anyway.) The collection will be produced and distributed under license by French firm Children Worldwide Fashion jointly with the creative direction of Tisci and his design studio. {WWD}

Moschino unveils Barbie & Ken gift set
The Italian house is taking its love affair with Barbie one step further with a Barbie and Ken doll set, dressed in miniature versions of the outfits worn by Jeremy Scott and Stella Maxwell at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. The duo, which retails for about $254, will be available on Moschino's e-commerce site, in addition to the brand's boutiques in Milan, Rome, London, Paris, New York and Los Angeles. {WWD}

Frédéric Fekkai launches new beauty brand
The hairstylist and entrepreneur has taken on a new beauty venture, acquiring 26-year-old Aix-en-Provence-based company Cote Bastide, reports WWD. Focusing on local custom, the brand, which Fekkai will re-name simply Bastide, has plans to launch brick-and-mortar stores in Paris and New York. "The Millennial of today wants a different Provence than what other brands have offered. They want to know the quality, they want to know how it is made, what packaging we are using, where it comes from," Fekkai said in a WWD interview. {WWD}

Nike to open a nearly 70,000 square foot Fifth Avenue store
The activewear label has signed a 15-year lease for a 69,214-square-foot space located at 650 Fifth Avenue, according to SL Green Realty Corp. and its partner Jeff Sutton, who announced the lease signing on Thursday. The store, which will be the brand's seventh New York location, will carry apparel, footwear and accessories. {WWD}

Tom Ford's new Lips & Boys video will make you want to buy all the lipsticks
Would we expect anything less? The video, created to promote the designer's new Lips & Boys collection, was lensed by Matthias Vriens McGrath, with makeup by Mark Carrasquillo. In the minute-long clip, model Mica Arganaraz has the (very difficult) job of flirting and semi-making out with a cast of male models, with plenty of sensual body rubbing and dancing tossed in for good measure. Watch the full video below. {Fashionista inbox}

Reebok's new campaign stars Allen Iverson's family
The fitness brand unveiled its campaign for the Reebok x Melody Ehsani collaboration on Friday, starring legendary basketball player Allen Iverson's daughters Tiaura, Messiah and Dream, and their mother, Tawanna. The Reebok Question Mid x Melody Ehsani features three different types of color-matched leather, and the tongue has a replica emboss of Allen's "Hold My Own" tattoo. View all the campaign images in the gallery below. {Fashionista inbox}

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