Must Read: FKA Twigs Directed a Video for Calvin Klein Jeans, Saks Fifth Avenue to Host an Open Call for Emerging Designers

Plus, LVMH will likely appoint two women to its board of directors.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

FKA twigs stars, directs and edits film advertisement for Calvin Klein Jeans
As an extension of its spring campaign, Calvin Klein recruited FKA twigs and British dancer Kaner Flex to star in a film advertisement for its denim line. The multi-hyphenate lady (and all-around cool person) also directed and edited the clip, set to her latest single, "Good to Love." {Fashionista inbox}

Saks Fifth Avenue will host an Emerging Designer Showcase for the first time
Saks is gearing up to hold an open call event to review young designers' collections on April 5. Designers must first submit their digital look books to the team at fashionoffice@saks.com to be considered; from there, the retailer will contact a select group of designers, who will have the option of formally presenting their work to buyers. (Although there's no guarantee that Saks will actually purchase their collections at that time.) {WWD}

Lena Dunham calls out Tentaciones for doing "more than the average photoshop"
On Monday evening, Lena Dunham took to Instagram to call out TentacionesEl Pais's monthly magazine supplement, for overly photoshopping her body. As she wrote in the caption: "I am genuinely honored to be on your cover and so happy you licensed a pic by @ruvenafanador... BUT this is NOT what my body has ever looked like or will ever look like — the magazine has done more than the average photoshop." {Instagram}

Travel + Leisure poaches Melissa Ventosa Martin from Self
On Monday, news broke that Self's Fashion Director Melissa Ventosa Martin would be leaving her post for another unnamed gig — now revealed to be the fashion director post at Travel + Leisure. {WWD}

Anna Wintour rallies the troops to support Hillary Clinton
You may recall that Marc Jacobs, Tory Burch and Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School created Hillary Clinton campaign T-shirts; now, Anna Wintour seems to be doing some personal work to drum up business for the merch. Page Six reports that she sent an email to supporters saying, "I hope you'll take a moment to look through the collection and choose a piece that expresses your support for this incredible woman... Together, we can all help her win." {Page Six}

LVMH will likely add two women to its board of directors
At its general meeting on April 14, LVMH will propose adding Clara Gaymard and Natacha Valla to its board of directors — an important step in an industry where executive leadership remains largely male. Gaymard became president of Invest in France Agency in 2003 and until recently served as CEO of General Electric's French arm. Valla's resume, meanwhile, includes stints at Banque de France and Goldman Sachs. {Fashionista inbox}

Chopard, Bottega Veneta boutiques robbed
Last Thursday, two armed robbers broke into Chopard's Paris boutique and escaped with contents from a display case, and on Sunday evening during Milan Fashion Week, thieves broke into Bottega Veneta's store in Milan. The brand declined to comment on the total number of items stolen, although Italian media sources report that it was somewhere between 20 to 25.  {WWD, WWD}

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