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Must Read: Jourdan Dunn, Iris Apfel Star in Kate Spade's Spring Campaign, Uber Will Make Same-Day Deliveries for Nordstrom and Cole Haan

Plus, Under Armour stocks jump following fourth quarter results.
Kate Spade's spring 2016 ad campaign. Photo: Emma Summerton

Kate Spade's spring 2016 ad campaign. Photo: Emma Summerton

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Kate Spade employs a diverse group of models for its spring 2016 campaign
Kate Spade has released one of the more delightful ad campaigns of the spring 2016 season. Reflecting "iconic, everyday moments in New York life," Jourdan Dunn, Iris Apfel and others pose with flower bouquets, Broadway Playbills and hot dogs in hand. {WWD}

Uber will offer same-day delivery for select retailers
On Thursday, Uber announced that it will offer same-day delivery for several brands and retailers, including Nordstrom, Rent the Runway, Cole Haan and Google Express. A customer shopping on Nordstrom's app or any others will now have the option of selecting an Uber delivery at checkout. {Mashable}

Under Armour reports fourth quarter sales of $1.7 billion
On Thursday, Under Armour released its financial results for the fourth quarter of the year, ending Dec. 31. Revenue increased 31 percent to $1.17 billion, above the $1.12 billion that analysts estimated for the quarter. Not surprisingly, the brand's stock price soared over 20 percent following the news. {Fortune}

Esquire EIC David Granger departs after 19 years
David Granger will leave his post as editor-in-chief of Esquire, with Town & Country editor Jay Fielden succeeding him as editorial director. Prior to Town & Country, Fielden worked at The New Yorker and Vogue, and served as the editor-in-chief of Men's Vogue from its launch until 2008. {WWD} is no more
Readers trying to access will now be redirected to Sadly, none of the stories have been transferred, although a spokesperson said that they'll be choosing some from the archive to publish on As for how Luckyshops managed to keep publishing stories regularly these past few months, despite layoffs, the company had apparently struck a deal with 4-year-old Joyus in Oct. 2015, allowing the startup to publish its own content on Luckyshops. {Racked}

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H&M, Inditex and PVH pledge to improve conditions at Indian factories
On Thursday, the India Committee of the Netherlands released "Unfree and Unfair," a paper detailing the "appalling living conditions and restricted freedom" of migrant garment workers in Bangalore. The report named four Bangalore factories that produce apparel for retailers like H&M, Inditex, Tommy Hilfiger and Gap. All except Gap responded prior to the release of the paper, and stated their commitment to "improving working conditions." {WWD}

Ashley Graham's Addition Elle line sold over $1 million worth of bras last year
At an event Thursday to celebration NYDJ's new "Fit to Be" campaign, model Ashley Graham told Fashionista that she was shocked and honored to be a part of Forbes's 2016 "30 Under 30" list. "My bra sales were over a million dollars last year," she said. "It's not something that came overnight… I had proved that I could sell anything that they put on my body and then I told [Addition Elle], 'Hey, Let's do a lingerie line. Let's fill the gap of what you're missing with my name.' It was like magic and here we are three years later." The outspoken plus-size industry advocate added that she wants to see more curvy girls on the runways and in hair and makeup campaigns this year. So will Graham be walking in New York this season? "I hope so!" she said. See NYDJ's campaign featuring Graham, Christie Brinkley, Lana Ogilvie and Bridget Moynahan below. 

Lana Ogilvie, Bridget Moynahan, Christie Brinkley and Ashley Graham in NYDJ's ad campaign. Photo: Courtesy

Lana Ogilvie, Bridget Moynahan, Christie Brinkley and Ashley Graham in NYDJ's ad campaign. Photo: Courtesy

Homepage photo: Jourdan Dunn in Kate Spade's spring 2016 ad campaign. Photo: Emma Summerton

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