Must Read: Cara Delevingne Goes Nude To Fight Poaching, Shop The Tony Awards Red Carpet With Nordstrom

Plus, recently discovered Princess Diana dresses are set to go to auction.
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Plus, recently discovered Princess Diana dresses are set to go to auction.
Photo: Arno Elias/I'm Not A Trophy

Photo: Arno Elias/I'm Not A Trophy

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Cara Delevingne poses nude to fight trophy hunting
Cara Delevingne has been named a brand ambassador for the first "I'm Not A Trophy" campaign to raise awareness for an initiative of the same name, founded by French photographer Arno Elias. "I am extremely passionate about animals and am so honored to be representing an organization and cause that is fighting for the rights of these innocent lives," said Delevingne in a statement. Elias photographed her for the campaign, in which she is digitally covered with wildlife imagery. See the rest of her images below. {Fashionista inbox}

Shop the Tony Awards red carpet with Nordstrom
As a sponsor of this year's Tony Awards, Nordstrom will offer the accessories seen on the red carpet for sale online as the show airs. Viewers can shop bags and shoes from designers such as Alexander McQueen, Charlotte Olympia, Manolo Blahnik, Fendi and Jimmy Choo. Anna Wintour and the Vogue team are partnering with PR firm KCD again to style select nominees and presenters. See the arrivals live on Nordstrom on June 12 on Nordstrom's blog The Thread,,, and {WWD}

NikeLab celebrates Olivier Rousteing collaboration with art installation in Shanghai 
Shanghai's NikeLab X158 unveiled its latest in-store exhibition, "The Circle," this week, to commemorate Olivier Rousteing's upcoming soccer-themed NikeLab collaboration. Three Chinese artists — Super Nature Design, Zhang Zhoujie and WOFO — contributed their own interpretations of the sport. {Hypebeast}

Princess Diana's dress is expected to auction for $144,000
A UK charity shop recently uncovered two dresses that actually were actually worn by Princess Diana in the 1980s. One of them, a green sequin gown by Catherine Walker, is expected to sell for up to £100,000 (about $144,000) at the Kelly Taylor auction house in London in July. {Telegraph}

Fashion brands still invest in Brazil, despite its economic troubles
The current state of Brazil — a weak economy, high tariffs and a corrupt government — has contributed to low sales in the region's luxury market. However, major fashion houses like Louis Vuitton and Hermès continue to invest in Brazil: Louis Vuitton recently showed its resort show in Rio, while Hermès will open its second flagship store in country this summer. {Business of Fashion}

After Cannes, Bella Hadid is toning down her red carpet style
Backstage at Dior's cruise show in London, Bella Hadid — and new face of Dior Makeup —  shared her thoughts on the hoopla about the high-slit red gown she wore at the Cannes Film Festival. The model told Glamour UK that it was the "riskiest thing I'll wear in a while," but she's open to wearing a variation of it in the future. "I'll tone the next few down," she said. "You gotta keep them guessing and on their toes you know?" {Glamour UK}

Vans and Nintendo pair up for a fun, 8-bit-inspired collection
Vans teamed with Nintendo on a collection of adult and kids apparel, accessories and, of course, footwear inspired by the gaming company's 8-bit artwork from games like Super Mario Bros., Duck Hunt, Donkey Kong and The Legend of ZeldaThe collaboration will be available at Vans stores and online at on Fri., June 3. See the collection in the gallery below. {Fashionista inbox}

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