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Must Read: Kylie Jenner Teases New Lipstick Colors, The Row is Expanding Into Footwear

Plus, Mila Kunis is producing a comedy about Juicy Couture's founders.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Gucci releases a director's cut of its spring campaign video
On the heels of its print campaign, Gucci has released a director's cut of its spring/summer 2016 video featuring models Polina Oganicheva, Mia Gruenwald, Peyton Knight and more. Directed by Glen Luchford and set to the soundtrack of "Goodbye Horses," the film features suit-clad models running around an empty building. Their destination? The rooftop of the Maritin Hotel. (Turns out, they were in a rush to see the city in morning light.) {Youtube}

"Gossip Girl" producers Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage and Mila Kunis to produce a comedy based on Juicy Couture's founders 
Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage's Fake Empire is teaming up with Mila Kunis's Orchard Farm Productions for "Made in L.A.," a comedy based on the memoir "The Glitter Plan" by Juicy Couture founders Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor. The comedy will be adapted by Sascha Rothchild, who has previously worked on "The Carrie Diaries." {Deadline}

Kylie Jenner teases more Lip Kit shades
After recently revealing plans to expand her makeup line, Kylie Jenner posted swatches of potential lip colors on Instagram. Unfortunately for Jenner fans out there, it's a black and white photo. Anyone want to take a guess at what the shades might be? {Instagram}

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The Row is expanding into footwear 
With a CFDA Accessories Designer of the Year award under their belt, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen will debut footwear for The Row during its pre-fall 2016 presentation on Friday. The new styles, including a leather mule and loafer, will be available in May and range between $850 and $1,145. The sisters have ventured into footwear before, collaborating with more contemporary names like Toms and Superga, where they served as creative directors for the Italian shoe brand. {Footwear News}

Céline awarded protection for its luggage tote
After filing to register the trademark in August 2013, Céline was finally awarded protection for its popular Luggage Tote — a rectangular bag with accordion-like sides and a parallel S-wave design on the front. This past May, Céline was also awarded a protection for its Trapeze bag.  {The Fashion Law}

American Apparel receives takeover bid
American Apparel received a takeover bid of more than $200 million from an investor working closely with ousted founder Dov Charney. If successful, Charney would return in some capacity, but with American Apparel's bankruptcy plan reaching its final stages, the chances seem unlikely. If the company and creditors refuse his offer, Charney will have to convince the judge overseeing the case to reject American Apparel's reorganization plan. {Business of Fashion}

Amy Schumer buys most of her red carpet dresses
It's no secret that much of Hollywood borrows designer clothing for the red carpet, but not Schumer. According to her stylist Leesa Evans, "a lot of the time, the loaner option isn't what she likes best, so she isn't going to settle on that." Here are some other things we gleaned from Bee Shapiro's interview with Evans: Schumer doesn't care about what's current or next season, she feels more comfortable in simple designs and she likes Calvin Klein. {The New York Times}

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