Must Read: Kylie Jenner Covers 'Glamour' UK, Valentino Collaborates With Vanessa Beecroft

Plus, Jami Morse Heidegger is back with a new beauty line after selling her family business, Kiehl's, 16 years ago.
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Kylie Jenner's latest cover. Photo: Glamour UK

Kylie Jenner's latest cover. Photo: Glamour UK

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Kim Kardashian Wants to Reach Her Goal Weight for the Met Gala
Vogue released an extra clip from its fashion week video shoot with Kendall Jenner in which the model and her sister Kim Kardashian talk about the Met Gala. Kardashian says she's working to lose 35 pounds before the May 2 event and suggests the family shoot their Christmas card that night on the famous steps in matching designer looks. Jenner also says she has "options" of designers to attend the event with, which is pretty fancy. Last year, Jenner attended with Francisco Costa wearing custom Calvin Klein. {Vogue}

Kylie Jenner fronts Glamour UK's "Social Issue"
Kylie Jenner talks about feminism and wanting to focus on her cosmetics line on the June cover of Glamour UK. "I want to have the whole of my cosmetics line out because that's my primary focus," she said. "I definitely won't want to be doing anything else that would make me more public." Hmm. {Glamour UK}

Kiehl's Jami Morse Heidegger is back in the beauty business
After selling Kiehl's to L'Oreal 16 years ago, Jami Morse Heidegger is back in the beauty game with under-the-radar Retrouvé. In her latest interview, Heidegger talks about her decision to sell the family business ("I felt that my responsibility was to help seal the Kiehl’s legacy for the future"), her plans for Retrouvé and how the definition of beauty has changed over time. {WWD}

Misty Copeland on Under Armour and ballet
Misty Copeland, star of Under Armour's new "Rule Yourself" campaign, talks about how the brand has helped put "female ambassadors on the same platform and playing field as the male athletes." Regarding her success, the history-making dancer said: "I think that it's become easier as time goes on to accept and own a reality that I'm not in a dream. This season will really tell me what it's like to be a principal dancer." {Footwear News}

People are really bored by Team USA's Olympic uniforms
If you think Team USA's Olympic uniforms are underwhelming, you aren't the only one. Even Team Canada's DSquared2 uniforms are more interesting than Team USA's Ralph Lauren looks. {The Muse, Quartz}

Valentino collaborates with Vanessa Beecroft
Valentino has teamed up with artist Vanessa Beecroft to commemorate the brand's "Rockstud Untitled" capsule collection — a line of unisex, classic pieces bound with studs on seams — with a performance piece featuring 25 performers, including actress Emily Mortimer and men and women cast from the street. Images and videos of the performance will be on display at select Valentino boutiques, as well as Bergdorf Goodman from Friday through May 19. {Fashionista inbox}

Agent Provocateur appoints new chief executive
Fabrizio Malverdi has been named the new chief executive of Agent Provocateur. He previously worked as the managing director of Dior Homme and prior to that, Malverdi was the CEO of John Galliano and Givenchy. Sounds like the luxury lingerie company is in solid hands. {Fashionista inbox}

Unwanted shopping subscription services
Online apparel subscription services are becoming increasingly popular, but companies that offer such memberships (Adore Me, for one) have been hit with lawsuits by customers for allegedly tricking them into signing up for monthly fees. {Bloomberg}

What happened to the Charles James revival?
When the Metropolitan Museum of Art held a retrospective on designer Charles James in 2014, news broke that the Weinstein Company was going to revive the brand. However, it has yet to happen. TFL takes a look at the complicated legal battles that have kept the house from relaunching. {The Fashion Law}

Kim Kardashian Wants to Reach Her Goal Weight for the Met Gala
Vogue released an extra clip from its fashion week video shoot with Kendall Jenner in which the model and her sister Kim Kardashian talk about the Met Gala. Kardashian says she's working to lose 35 pounds before the May 2 event and suggests the family shoot their Christmas card that night on the famous steps in matching designer looks. Jenner also says she has "options" of designers to attend the event with, which is pretty fancy. Last year, Jenner attended with Francisco Costa wearing custom Calvin Klein. 

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