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Must Read: Amy Schumer Covers 'Marie Claire,' Prabal Gurung to Collaborate with Lane Bryant

Plus, Future announces a partnership with Reebok.
Amy Schumer on the August 2016 cover of 'Marie Claire'. Photo: Mark Seliger

Amy Schumer on the August 2016 cover of 'Marie Claire'. Photo: Mark Seliger

These are the stories making headlines on Monday.

Amy Schumer is Marie Claire's August cover star
Hot off the heels of recent covers for Vogue and Vanity Fair, comedian Amy Schumer is back at it again as Marie Claire's August cover girl. In the interview, she gets candid about growing up in Long Island, her knockout year and why being in love is the "scariest thing in the world." Read the entire story and peruse the Mark Seliger-lensed editorial when the issue hits newsstands on July 19. {Fashionista Inbox}

The short film for Stella McCartney's "Pop" fragrance is here
Watch Grimes, Lola Leon, Amandla Stenberg and Kenya Kinski-Jones bop around the California desert in a very dreamy (and very pink) new video to promote McCartney's latest fragrance, directed by Melina Matsoukas — and featuring a track by Grimes herself. {Fashionista Inbox}

Prabal Gurung to collaborate with Lane Bryant
Prabal Gurung will design a limited-edition women's collection with Lane Bryant as part of his continued efforts to offer stylish options for women larger than a sample size. The collection, hitting 180 stores and next March, will include 18 items in its first season (with a second season to follow), ranging from $48 T-shirts to $398 leather jackets, in addition to dresses retailing from $128 to $138 and skirts priced at $108. {WWD}

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Future announces partnership with Reebok
The stylish rapper took to Instagram to announce a partnership with Reebok Classic, which recently worked with Kendrick Lamar on a redesign of its Classic sneaker. "Future exudes the type of fearlessness and authenticity that Reebok Classic stands for," said Todd Krinsky, Global Vice President of Reebok Classic and Entertainment. "This partnership not only continues our brand's longstanding legacy of working with the world's best hip-hop artists, but also solidifies Reebok Classic's commitment to never back down from pushing boundaries." {Hypebeast}

Adidas releases 'Here to Create' video series featuring powerful ladies
In a new campaign targeted to female consumers, Adidas is casting pro athletes (including Caroline Wozniacki and Candace Parker) alongside Karlie Kloss and Hannah Bronfman as new faces for its 'Here to Create' series, which features vignettes delving into their unique careers and how fitness plays a role in their busy lives. {Fast Company}

Vfiles is making a "youth-centric" magazine
Cooler-than-thou brand VFiles is getting into the fashion publishing game with Womb, a free "youth-centric" print mag dubbed as "a place to nourish and be nurtured," and that exclusively features work by young photographers from around the world. The first edition will be available in VFiles stores and online starting July 11th, and perfectly captures the teen angst experience with the "We Have Issues" theme. We expect to see lots of chokers. {Glossy}

Get the 411 on fashion and entertainment law
If you're looking to pursue a career in fashion or entertainment law, then the Above the Law x Bloomberg Law fashion and entertainment law forum is not to be missed. The event will take place in Los Angeles, California, on July 28 from 3 to 6 p.m., and will feature talks from trademark and copyright protection experts including Staci Riordan, Jane Shay Wald and Greg Weisman, in addition to staffers from the Above the Law team. {Above the Law}

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