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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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}