Must Read: Britney Spears Poses For "Towel Series," Thai Police Confiscate 900K Knockoff Sunglasses

Plus, Coach commemorates the brand's 75th anniversary with limited-edition bag collection at Barneys.
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Plus, Coach commemorates the brand's 75th anniversary with limited-edition bag collection at Barneys.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Britney Spears stars in Mario Testino's "Towel Series"
Britney Spears joins the likes of Naomi Campbell, Justin Bieber and Kate Moss as the latest subject of Mario Testino's ongoing portrait project. Earlier this week, V unveiled its 100th issue featuring Britney Spears on the cover, which was also lensed by Testino. {Twitter}

Coach Vintage launches at Barneys
In celebration of its 75th anniversary, Coach has launched a limited-edition bag collection with Barneys New York called Coach Vintage. The bags were restored and customized with fringe details, vintage stripes and lacing in the style of baseball mitts. {Fashionista inbox}

Police confiscate nearly 900,000 counterfeit brand-name sunglasses in Thailand
Thai police obtained about 900,000 counterfeit sunglasses and arrested two Chinese nationals during a counterfeiting operation on Wednesday. The sunglasses were imported from China and tagged in Bangkok to imitate brands like Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Ray-Ban. {ABC News}

Four looks from Paco Rabanne's fall 2016 collection will be available today
Like many other brands dipping their toes into the "see now, buy now" model, Paco Rabanne is selling four looks from the fall 2016 collection available starting on Thursday, the day of the show. The pieces will also be available at the label's Paris boutique, and at select Barneys New York locations in mid-March. {Fashionista inbox}

Kering partners with UN Women
Kering has entered into a three-year partnership with the UN Women French National Committee to promote gender equality. The French luxury conglomerate will provide financial support for the committee, most notably the United Nations's HeForShe campaign. {WWD}

Ashley Graham launches ready-to-wear
Model and "Sports Illustrated" babe Ashley Graham has launched her own ready-to-wear collection called Beyond by Ashley Graham at Dressbarn. The line will offer clothing in a range of sizes (4 to 24), priced from $48 to $62. This isn't the model's first foray into design; Graham also has her own lingerie and swimwear deals. {WWD

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