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Must Read: Raf Simons Implies He’d Work For Another House, L'Oréal Sponsors Paris Fashion Week

Plus, Al Pacino's stepdaughter, Camila Morrone, appears in an editorial for 'CR Fashion Book.'
Raf Simons. Photo: Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/Getty Images

Raf Simons. Photo: Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Raf Simons might take on other creative director roles
In his latest interview with T, Raf Simons talks about his current creative endeavors — namely, his menswear line which he keeps intentionally small. Simons explained, "It's not that I'm against [increased turnover]. It would be great if we could become bigger. But there should be a way to not lose what it is."  Simons also communicated that he might take on creative director roles at other houses in order to support and maintain unrestrained expression at his eponymous label. {T Magazine}

Self Fashion Director Melissa Ventosa Martin departs her post
Melissa Ventosa Martin, who joined Self as the magazine's fashion director back in 2014, has left the magazine for another, currently unnamed gig. A replacement has yet to be announced. {WWD}

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Al Pacino's stepdaughter Camila Morrone appears in CR Fashion Book
Morrone, 18, appears in a very sexy, "Baywatch"-themed editorial perfectly titled "Bae Watch" for CR Fashion Book Issue 8. The up-and-comer, who sports a number of high-cut red swimsuits for the shoot, talks about her role models, modeling career and her first campaign in the accompanying interview. {CR Fashion Book}

L'Oréal Paris is an official Paris Fashion Week sponsor
Joining Mercedes-Benz, L'Oréal Paris has signed on as an official sponsor of Paris Fashion Week starting this fall season. The cosmetics company will send a team of hairstylists and makeup artists to 10 shows, as well as social media influencers and ambassadors. To celebrate, L'Oréal Paris will throw a "Red Obsession Party" on March 8 and unveil a short film. {WWD}

Vogue had the most advertising pages in March, followed by Harper's Bazaar
Vogue nabbed 405 pages of advertisements in its March issue, considered the second most important issue in terms of print advertising revenue after September. Harper's Bazaar and Elle clocked in second and third with 336 and 315 advertising pages, respectively. {WWD}

Modcloth focuses on retail expansion
In order to expand its physical retail locations and international presence, Modcloth has hired three new executives: chief marketing officer, vice president of marketing and vice president of stores and retail operations. {WWD}

Rob Lowe to release his first fragrance in March
"The Grinder" actor Rob Lowe is launching a new fragrance through his men's grooming company, Profile 4 Men. The "very substantive and sexy" fragrance — priced at $89.50 for a 3.4 oz. bottle —will be available on on March 1 and in stores on March 18. Lowe plans to release a second fragrance this fall. {WWD}