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Must Read: Badgley Mischka Buys Back Trademark Rights, Lena Dunham Apologizes to 'Tentaciones' for Photoshop Accusations

Plus, how Knix Wear raised $1.1 million on Kickstarter for its Evolution Bra in 30 days.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Lean Dunham apologizes to Tentaciones 
Lena Dunham took to Instagram on Tuesday evening to apologize to Tentaciones after calling out the Spanish magazine for Photoshopping her body. In response to her earlier post, Tentaciones sent Dunham an uncropped image, which Dunham then posted with her apology. She explained: "it's a weird feeling to see a photo and not know if it's your own body anymore... I have a long and complicated history with retouching." {Instagram}

Badgley Mischka buys back brand from Iconix
In a joint venture with Titan Industries Inc. and MJCLK LLC, Mark Badgley and James Mischka have acquired the rights to their trademark from Iconix for $16 million. Badgley indicated that the two would like to expand in some core categories and retail, relaunch a fragrance and get back into the jewelry business. {WWD}

Inside Knix Wear's $1.1-million Kickstarter campaign
Knix Wear became one of Kickstarter's best-funded fashion projects by raising $1.1 million in 30 days for its Evolution Bra, a sports bra intended for low-impact activities like hiking. During development, founder Joanna Griffiths turned to employees, customers and friends for testing. As for getting the word out, Griffith explained that they tapped into their customer base and teased the product six months out. {Outside}

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Barneys New York has teamed up with designers and artists for "The Black Leather Jacket" auction, which is now open for bidding until March 22. Proceeds from the auction will benefit The LGBT Community Center and White Columns. Participating designers include Alexander Wang, Riccardo Tisci and Dries van Noten. {Christies via Complex}

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