Must Read: Alice + Olivia to Donate Prom Dress for Every Dress Sold, Khloe Kardashian Announces Body-Positive Denim Line - Fashionista

Must Read: Alice + Olivia to Donate Prom Dress for Every Dress Sold, Khloe Kardashian Announces Body-Positive Denim Line

Plus, 'Vogue' cut off the arms of a chair at the Met Gala to accommodate Claire Danes's dress.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Eagle-eyed fans catch Fifth Harmony Photoshop fail
The girls of Fifth Harmony (dubbed "Destiny's Children") grace the May 14th cover of Billboard magazine, in which they talk about their second album (7/27), their hectic schedules ("I love touring, but the schedule ­traumatized me... I watched my great-grandmother be buried on FaceTime.") and fame. Eagle-eyed fans were also very quick to notice what looked to be two right feet on singer Ally Brooke. The photo, however, is not available on Billboard. {El Mundo}

Alice +Olivia to donate a prom dress for every dress purchased
Through May 17, Alice + Olivia will donate a prom dress to mentees in two outreach programs — Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City and Prep for Prep — for every dress it sells in all domestic freestanding stores and on aliceandolivia.com. The brand will also host an event for recipients to try and take home their dresses. {Fashionista inbox}

Khloe Kardashian appears to be launching a denim line
On Wednesday, Khloe Kardashian posted a 'gram calling for "beautiful, powerful women" to star in a campaign for "my denim line." The website for "The GA Project" doesn't reveal much, though the copy suggests it has a body-positive angle. "There is a new definition of sexy," it reads. "The shape we lust for has curves, not the straight body of the fashion establishment." {The GA Project}

Vogue cut off the arms of a chair for Claire Danes's Met Gala Gown
Zac Posen spills the beans on Claire Danes's "Galactic Cinderella" Met Gala gown, which took over 500 hours to make and had 30 battery packs sewn into the sides. The team also rented a mini-bus so that the dress wouldn't crease on the way there, and at the dinner, Vogue staff cut off the arms of a chair and turned it into a stool just to accommodate the actress. {Hollywood Reporter}

Madonna says her Met Gala dress was a political statement 
In more Met Gala news, Madonna took to Instagram to defend her revealing Givenchy dress. "My dress at the Met Ball was a political statement as well as a fashion statement," she wrote. "The fact that people actually believe a woman is not allowed to express her sexuality and be adventurous past a certain age is proof that we still live in an agist and sexist society." {Instagram}

WWD launches its own fashion awards
WWD will host its first-annual WWD Honors to celebrate leaders within the fashion industry. Honors include: Best Performance by a CEO, Best Use of Retail Innovation, Best Sustainability Practice, Most Outstanding Creative Influencer and The John B. Fairchild Honor. The event will take place on Oct. 25, the opening night of its CEO summit. {Fashionista inbox}

Meet the sisters behind Harry Wore What
Believe it or not, the Canadian sisters (Michelle and Simone), who painstakingly identify every one of Harry Styles's outfits for the Instagram account Harry Wore What, are just two normal college students. When asked about the future of "Harry Wore What," the two revealed that they'd eventually like to create a blog, with posts like how to get Styles's look for less. {GQ}

Salvatore Ferragamo collaborates with Sara Battaglia
Salvatore Ferragamo has collaborated with up-and-coming accessories designer Sara Battaglia (sister of Giovanna) on a capsule collection inspired by the Italian house's iconic "Rainbow" wedge created for Judy Garland in 1938. The four different handbag styles and accessories ranges in price from $325 to $4,400.  {Ferragamo}

KFC to offer edible nail polish in Hong Kong
KFC is offering edible nail polish in two flavors (Original, Hot and Spicy), and apparently, both flavors taste like chicken. If you're curious as to why they're doing this, the polish is apparently a way of reminding younger folks of "the great taste and good times the brand stands for." {NY Times}

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