Must Read: Chrissy Teigen Shares First Photo of Baby Luna, L’Oréal's Sustainability Program Results - Fashionista

Must Read: Chrissy Teigen Shares First Photo of Baby Luna, L’Oréal's Sustainability Program Results

Plus, a South Korean chicken joint (Louis Vuiton Dak) was fined $12,750 for using Louis Vuitton's name and logo.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Chrissy Teigen shares first photo of baby Lulu
Yes, it's finally here — the first photo of baby Luna (Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's newborn daughter). Take a look above at the cutie. {Instagram}

L’Oréal shares sustainability program results
On Wednesday, L’Oréal released its "Sharing Beauty With All" sustainability results, which showed that 74 percent of products launched in 2015 had improved environmental or social profiles compared to last year's 67 percent. Carbon dioxide emissions also declined 56 percent in absolute terms since 2005. {WWD}

Louis Vuitton wins lawsuit against South Korean chicken joint
In slightly bizarre news, a South Korean chicken joint (Louis Vuiton Dak) was fined $12,750 for using Louis Vuitton in its name and a similar logo to the brand. Back in October, the Seoul Central District Court ordered the owner to pay $440 per day if he continued to use the name, which he then changed to "chaLouisvuitondak." Obviously, Louis Vuitton was having none of it.  {Mashable}

Nike was the most counterfeited brand in the world in 2013
According to a study on counterfeit and pirated goods by the Organization of Economic Co-Operation and Development, Nike was the most counterfeited brand in 2013. In the same year, footwear was the most copied category, followed by clothing (all varieties) and leather goods. Other heavily targeted brands cited in the report included Rolex, Ray Ban and Louis Vuitton. Not surprisingly, of all the seized counterfeit goods in 2013, 63.2% originated from China. {Quartz}

Target launches Clover Canyon collaboration
Target's "Dream Daily" collaboration with Clover Canyon is now available online, with pieces ranging from $60 to $100. Expect to see lots of bright spring florals and eye-popping prints. {Racked}

Fenty Socks available to shop now 
Rihanna, a.k.a. the most marketable celebrity, is showing no signs of slowing down. This time, the multi-hyphenate released her third collection with Stance socks. The collection consists of 19 styles, including some thigh-highs with little bows (of course) and anklets. You can shop the collection here. {Hypebeast}

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