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Must Read: Margot Robbie Covers June 'Vogue,' Fendi Offers Customizable Peekaboos

Plus, Anna Sui revives her #iconic '90s designs for Opening Ceremony.

These are the fashion stories making headlines this Friday.

A sun-kissed Margot Robbie covers Vogue's June issue
Promoting her upcoming blockbuster "Tarzan," Margot Robbie appears on the cover of Vogue's June issue, sporting a Michael Kors leopard swimsuit (because, you know, "Tarzan") and an envy-inducing glow. In the accompanying cover shoot photographed by Mert and Marcus, Robbie, who plays Jane, poses with co-star Alexander Skarsgård in an editorial that includes, yes, even more leopard print. {Vogue}

Fendi offers made-to-order service in Paris
Nearly 15 years after Fendi's "It" bag du jour, the Baguette, reached a fever pitch, the Italian fashion house is pushing its latest cash cow, the Peekaboo, which shoppers can now personalize. At its Paris flagship on Thursday, Fendi debuted a made-to-order service for the tote, allowing shoppers to choose from a range of exotic skins and metal hardware options. PETA will surely be pleased. {WWD}

Anna Sui is resurrecting her '90s designs for Opening Ceremony
Anna Sui has partnered with Opening Ceremony to bring designs from two of her most #iconic lines — her spring 1993 "grunge" and spring 1994 "punk" collections — back to market. The capsule collection will be comprised of "precise reproductions" of some of Sui's most memorable pieces, including the exact halter top and miniskirt Kate Moss famously wore down the runway in '93. {i-D}

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Christian Louboutin loses fight to trademark red soles in Switzerland
Christian Louboutin is seemingly never not trying to protect its signature red soles in the courtroom, most recently seeking copyright protection in Switzerland — and losing. On Thursday, a Swiss court ruled that Louboutin would be unable to trademark those soles because the "somewhat garish color" is not in accordance with Swiss trademark law. {The Fashion Law}

Teen retailers need to adopt effective social media strategies, and fast
As the retail industry changes rapidly, traditional teen retailers have been especially slow to adapt, and their sales figures have reflected as much. These days, teen shoppers are living their lives out on social media — but a brand can't be saved by simply downloading Snapchat. Instead, the more successful teen retailers are a) building a social media conversation, and b) incorporating influencers to spread a "core brand message." {Glossy

Cole Haan to design accessories for American Airlines employees
Timed with its 90th anniversary, American Airlines has tapped Cole Haan to design an exclusive range of accessories for employees this fall. Meanwhile, the airline won't be moving forward with Kaufmanfranco, whom it tapped to design new uniforms over two years ago. Instead, Twin Hill, a Men's Wearhouse brand specializing in corporate apparel, is adapting a Kaufmanfranco design, which employees will wear starting this September. {WWD}

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