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Must Read: 'Interview' Casts a New Generation of Progressives for Its April Cover, DHL's CEO Poses in Vetements

Plus, Lululemon opens its first "Lab" store in the U.S.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion.

Interview casts Hari Nef, Amandla Stenberg and more for the April issue
Interview just unveiled its April cover, featuring Amandla Stenberg, Hari Nef, Rowan Blanchard and more for a special issue dedicated to the "rabble-rousers, conservationists, and progressives who... are changing the world for good." Other activists spotlighted include Cecile Richards (president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America) and Jane Goodall (this author's personal hero). {Interview}

DHL is aware of its chicness
In a wonderful example of worlds colliding, DHL posted a photo on social media of DHL Express CEO, Ken Allen, posing in the super-trendy Vetements T-shirt that bears the company's name. We'll let you decide who wore it best. {Twitter}

Han Solo's jacket is up for auction
"Star Wars" fans, rejoice: Han Solo's famous leather jacket is now up for auction with a starting price of... $18,000. (Sorry, guys.) Proceeds will benefit the NYU Langone Medical Center and FACES (Finding a Cure for Epilepsy and Seizure) — a cause that Ford feels strongly about due to his daughter's medical conditions. {Vogue}

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Lululemon "Lab" opens in New York
On Tuesday, Lululemon opened its first "Lab" store in the U.S. on Bond Street in New York City, which will have product offerings catered specifically towards area locals. In Manhattan, this means lots of versatile black pieces catered towards commuters, as well as sleek waterproof gear that will come in handy for all of those sudden summer downpours. {WWD}

The future of footwear (and 3-D printing)
In March, Under Armour unveiled the Architech, a shoe with a 3-D printed midsole, but several challenges still lie ahead in the field of customizable footwear. For instance, factories in Europe, Southeast Asia and South America (where most shoes are assembled) are simply not equipped with 3-D printers. That said, Under Armour's VP of Training Footwear Chris Lindgren believes that 10 years from now, 3-D printed sneakers will be a fundamental aspect of factories. {Fast Co. Design}

Barneys brings Hood by Air's spring 2016 Paris show to New York
Most consumers will probably never have the opportunity to attend a fashion show in Paris. So, in a similar vein to Chanel — which recently brought its spring 2016 mise-en-scène to Pedder on Scotts — Barneys decided to bring Hood by Air's men's spring 2016 show to its windows. The display, which runs through May, features details from the set, as well as mannequins molded after models that actually walked the runway. (They're eerily lifelike.) {Vogue

How much do the Kardashians make for an Instagram post?
The Kardashians will reportedly post your products on Instagram for a cool $400,000; on her own, Kim Kardashian West can make up to $200,000 on an Instagram deal. This is all according to a "marketing mogul," so take it with a grain of salt, guys. {Page Six}

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