Must Read: Impact of Yeezys on the Resale Market, Jennifer Lawrence Fronts 'Harper's Bazaar' - Fashionista

Must Read: Impact of Yeezys on the Resale Market, Jennifer Lawrence Fronts 'Harper's Bazaar'

Plus, Alessandra Ambrosio discusses (in detail) her diet and exercise regimen.
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Kanye West. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Kanye West. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

The impact of Kanye West's Yeezys on the resale market
Prior to the first launch of Yeezys in February 2015, both Jordan Brand and Nike accounted for 96 percent of the resale market's sales dollars; now, it's gone down to 80 percent (still, a significant amount), with Adidas's Yeezys accounting for 15 percent of that market. Even if Adidas was to ramp up production of Yeezys, some still believe that they'll continue to sell with just as high a frequency (and with the same ridiculously-high price tag) in resale. {Footwear News}

Jennifer Lawrence fronts Harper's Bazaar
Jennifer Lawrence graces the May cover of Harper's Bazaar. In her corresponding interview, she talks about how she's not getting it ("Sex? Someone explain to me what it is."), her essay for Lenny on equal pay in Hollywood and her contract with Dior ("I couldn't renew my contract quickly enough.") Well, we guess our hopes for a post-Dior Schiaparelli Couture contract will never be realized. Sad face. {Harper's Bazaar}

Alessandra Ambrosio talks (in detail) about her diet and fitness routine
Alessandra Ambrosio (who, if you can believe it, is 34 years old and has two kids) talks extensively about her fitness routine and diet in her latest interview. The Edit cover star reveals that she even uses FaceTime to do 90-minute sessions with her yoga teacher (based in Brazil) while traveling. Talk about dedication. {The Edit}

SK-II commercial addresses the issue of "Leftover Women" in China
In a new commercial, SK-II attempts to change the view on "Leftover Women" (the term for older, unmarried women in China) as part of a wider "Change Destiny" campaign. In the documentary-style commercial, participants talk about the societal pressures that single Chinese women over the age of 25 feel to get married, and the criticism that they receive from family members. At the end, though, one of the participants states: "I'm confident. I'm independent. I love life. I'm a pretty outstanding woman." It's really worth watching. {Mashable}

Meet Kylie Jenner's "Krew"
As part of its #YOUth issue, Paper also did mini profiles on Kylie Jenner's Krew: model Jordyn Woods, Jenner's roommate Anastasia Karanikolaou, R&B singer Justine Skye and singer-songwriter Harry Hudson. Expect to see more of them in the coming months. {Paper}

Nashville's Watson Twins have synchronized style
In the latest edition of "The Callaway Report," a new bi-weekly newsletter about all things cool happening in Nashville, Tenn., singers Leigh and Chandra Watson talk about their twinning stage style. They started dressing alike in 2006 to tour their album "Rabbit Fur Coat" with Jenny Lewis and now cite Ola Mai and Fort Lonesome as go-to brands. {The Callaway Report}

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