Must Read: Kendall Jenner to Attend White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, Taschen to Release Naomi Campbell Book

Plus, Calvin Klein will host a "desert brand experience" in Palm Springs during Coachella.
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Homepage photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Estee Lauder

Homepage photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Estee Lauder

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this week.

Taschen to release two volume Collector's Edition book on Naomi Campbell
On the heels of Gisele Bündchen's $700 coffee-table book, Taschen will release a two volume, limited edition book commemorating the life and career of the one-and-only Naomi Campbell. The book will come in a custom-made box shaped like her décolletage, created by artist Allen Jones. As for the book itself, the cover will feature a nude portrait of Naomi Campbell. {i-D}

Kendall Jenner will attend the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner
Today in random pairing news: Kendall Jenner will attend the White House Correspondents' Association dinner on April 30 alongside guests Alan Cumming and Miles Teller. As Racked noted, past fashion guests have included Michelle Phan and Tory Burch. Jenner is the guest of USA Today. {The Hill}

Companies are trying to protect fashion hashtags
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is increasingly receiving trademark applications for hashtags (Madewell's #everydaymadewell, for example), with clothing, footwear and headgear being the most common classification of goods. By doing so, companies can prevent competitors from taking advantage of traffic generated by their hashtags. {WWD}

Calvin Klein to host "desert brand experience" during Coachella
Coinciding with the first weekend of Coachella, Calvin Klein will throw a three-day "desert brand experience" in Palm Springs from Friday, April 15 to Sunday, April 17. Calvin Klein will kick off the three-day soirée with a music warehouse event featuring DJ Alesso. The event will be attended by guests like Off-White's Virgil Abloh. {Fashionista inbox}

Kering to propose three women to its board of directors
At its next general meeting, Kering will propose the addition of three women — Sapna Sood, Sophie L’Hélias and Laurence Boone (a former economic advisor to President François Hollande) — to its board of directors. If approved, the proportion of women on the board will change to 64 percent. (ICYMI, LVMH also announced that it'll propose the addition of two women to its board of directors at its general meeting on April 14 back in March.) {WWD}

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley named global ambassador of Ugg Australia
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has been tapped as the global ambassador of Ugg Australia and will wear the Classic II boots (launching in August) in an upcoming campaign. Huntington-Whiteley says she wears them everywhere, adding, "I'll wear a pair on the beach when I'm walking the dogs in the winter. They'll be packed in the back of the car on a road trip on the coast in California. I put my feet in a pair literally every morning. They are snuggle shoes that I wear around the house." Now that's brand commitment. {WWD}

Beyoncé files lawsuit against Feyonce
Beyoncé has filed a lawsuit against Andre Maurice, Leana Lopez and Lee Lee of Feyonce for the selling of "infringing merchandise including, but not limited to, the T-shirts, sweatshirts and mugs bearing the FEYONCÉ mark." The court documents also note that Maurice filed two U.S. trademark applications for Feyonce, which United States Patent and Trademark Office rejected. {The Fashion Law}

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