Must Read: Costume National Founders Exit Company, Cara Delevingne Wears Glasses and Hats in New Chanel Campaign - Fashionista

Must Read: Costume National Founders Exit Company, Cara Delevingne Wears Glasses and Hats in New Chanel Campaign

Plus, American Apparel to add more sizes, better T-shirts.
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Chanel spring/summer 2016 eyewear campaign. Photo: Chanel

Chanel spring/summer 2016 eyewear campaign. Photo: Chanel

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Cara Delevingne models Chanel eyewear
Budding actress Cara Delevingne hasn't been modeling as much these days, but when Karl comes calling... The spring 2016 campaign is technically for Chanel's eyewear collection, but we think the hat really steals the show. {Fashionista inbox}

Capasa brothers to exit Costume National
Founders Ennio and Carlo Capasa will be leaving Costume National, which they founded 30 years ago. They've sold the company Sequedge, which began investing in the company in 2009, and plan to pursue other creative endeavors. {WWD}

How American Apparel plans to move forward
American Apparel, whose struggles have been pretty well-documented,  is working on its "first truly global marketing campaign" called "Perfect T-shirt," which will launch in June. The retailer is also working with Mayan Toledano and Julia Baylis of Me and You for a granny panty collection. Another top priority? Expanding sizing. {AdWeek}

Inside the life of a hand model
Adele Uddo, whose hands have been used in campaigns for Chanel, Christian Louboutin and Dior, can command up to $6,000 for a day's work. Yes, for her hands. A sample quote from this profile: "I actually used to be embarrassed about admitting I was a hand model, like I should be contributing more to society than nice nail beds.” {NY Times}

LVMH opens up its production sites to the public for two days
LVMH has added an extra day to its Journées Particulières, an event during which the public can visit the company's leather goods workshops, perfume labs, vineyards and other production sites across Europe. More than 40 brands will participate at this year's event, which will take place May 21 to May 22. {WWD}

Pharrell Williams gets his own Adidas sneaker
As a follow-up to his lucrative Superstar range, long-time Adidas collaborator Pharrell Williams unveiled his very own signature sneakers, Adidas Originals PW ZX333. As demonstrated by his Instagram video, they are easy to move in.
{Instagram via Hypebeast}

Introducing Profyles, an online platform for up-and-comers
Profyles, a website intended to showcase up-and-comers in various creative fields, has finally launched. Profyles will feature a weekly, in-depth profile, as well as a daily "MiniFyle," which will highlight a particular object or trend. {Profyles}

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