Must Read: Goop to Launch Apparel in September, Hailee Steinfeld Guest Edits 'Harper by Harper's Bazaar'

Plus, a Rihanna documentary is in the works
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Gwyneth Paltrow. Photo: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

Gwyneth Paltrow. Photo: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Goop to launch apparel in September
Gwyneth Paltrow, who unveiled plans to release Goop's own apparel line back in October, finally revealed when the line will actually be available for purchase. Said Paltrow, "In September, we're going to launch apparel, and it's very exciting." And ICYMI, head over here for our review of Paltrow's skin-care line. {Racked}

Hailee Steinfeld guest edits harper by Harper's Bazaar's May issue
Hailee Steinfeld guest edits and stars on the cover of harper by Harper's Bazaar (a contemporary supplement for young women). In it, the 19-year-old talks about being a Kate Moss fan ("It's not like top five—she's my number one. I carry pictures of [her] to the salon."), her single "Love Myself" and entering Hollywood at the age of 14. {Harper's Bazaar}

A "Rihanna" documentary is in the works
"Battleship" director Peter Berg is set to direct a documentary about the only and only Rihanna, described as "an unfiltered look" into the singer's life. Not much else was revealed, except that it would be "more a character study than a music film." {Deadline}

Fast Retailing will cut down prices at Uniqlo
Uniqlo's President Tadashi Yanai told Japanese newspaper, The Nikkei, that the retailer will cut prices after recent price hikes. "Customers didn’t agree that products with new, higher prices reflect fair value... We made a mistake of raising prices under such circumstances," Yanai said. "Consumer sentiment has turned out to be far worse than we thought." {The Nikkei via WWD}

Jourdan Dunn's M&S Kids is now available 
Jourdan Dunn's kidswear collection (Lil' LonDunn) for Marks and Spencer is now available. Back in February, the retailer announced that the 25-year-old model would design a 22-piece capsule collection for boys and girls between the ages of five and 16, inspired by her son Riley. {Instagram}

Obsessee and the increasing popularity of social media-only concepts
Rather than publishing content onto dot coms, Obsessee (launched by Los Angeles-based Clique Media in March) publishes content directly onto social media accounts. While there's been a general shift from URLs to social media accounts, the question still remains whether advertisers will also follow.  {Business of Fashion}

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