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Must Read: Elle Fanning Dyes Her Hair Pink, Nike Spotlights India's Top Female Athletes

Plus, why the spa business is suddenly booming in Great Britain. (Hint: Brexit.)

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Elle Fanning has pink hair now
The latest celebrity to hop on the pastel hair bandwagon? Elle Fanning, who, now that she's not being devoured in "The Neon Demon" (spoiler alert!), has some flexibility to change up her look. The warm peach shade — captioned as "dusty rose" (with the rose emoji, of course) by Fanning — complements her porcelain complexion quite nicely and was done by colorist Jenda Alcorn at New York's RamirezTran salon. {Instagram/@ellefanning}

New Nike ad celebrates India's female athletes
Ahead of the Olympic games in Rio, Nike released a new video advertisement that puts the country's most badass female athletes in the spotlight, from runners and boxers to basketball and soccer players. It's a pretty inspiring watch, with a banging soundtrack to go along with it.{Time}

Spa business booming in Britain due to Brexit 
How are Londoners dealing with the professional and personal stresses of the U.K. leaving the European Union? Well, it appears as if they're heading to the spa: One London-based beauty app reports bookings are up a whopping 30 percent. {NYT}

Taylor Hill landed a beauty contract with Lancôme
It was only a matter of time before Taylor Hill, the newly minted Victoria's Secret Angel with a flawless face and stellar eyebrows, scored herself a beauty contract. On Tuesday, Lancôme announced that Hill is the brand's newest ambassadress, joining the likes of Isabella Rossellini, Kate Winslet and Lupita Nyong'o. {Fashionista Inbox}

Carrie Brownstein directed the upcoming Kenzo campaign
The "Portlandia" star and musician has written/directed a new short film for Kenzo, entitled "The Realest Real," that features the brand's fall 2016 collection and stars the likes of Natasha Lyonne, Laura Harrier and Rowan Blanchard. You can watch the trailer on Kenzo's website now and the full project debuts in September. {Fashionista Inbox}

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Fashion students win award for biomaterial innovation
Three students from Pratt and FIT joined forces to develop a knit-like fabric made out of algae and the fungus chitosan, and even made a T-shirt out of it. The resulting project won them the first-ever Biodesign Challenge, a countrywide competition for college students envisioning "future applications of biotechnology." {WWD}

Alexander McQueen's DNA is being turned into leather
Speaking of students thinking outside the box, Tina Gorjanc of Central Saint Martins is growing skin out of the late designer Alexander McQueen's DNA and turning it into leather accessories. She got the DNA from the designer's hair, found in Perspex labels from his first collection. The project is still in early stages, but the owner of the collection has agreed to give Gorjanc more hair samples. {Oyster}

Zendaya covers Essence
The actress, model and all-around role model posed for the second-annual global issue of Essence in Rio de Janeiro, on newsstands Tuesday. Inside, she speaks about standing up for herself and her commitment to social justice. {Essence}

Zendaya covers 'Essence.' Photo: Essence

Zendaya covers 'Essence.' Photo: Essence

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