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Must Read: Hillary Clinton Wore White to Accept Presidential Nomination, Justin Bieber Merch Hits Urban Outfitters [Update]

Plus, Serena Williams answers 73 questions for 'Vogue.'
Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday.

Hillary Clinton wore a Ralph Lauren white pantsuit to accept her presidential nomination
History was made on Thursday night, when Hillary Clinton became the first woman to accept a nomination for the office of President of the United States. For the occasion, Clinton wore a crisp, white pantsuit that has the Internet singing its praises. Not only was she (rightfully) beaming, she looked like a boss. Though the designer behind Clinton's look for her historic moment wasn't revealed right away, it was finally reported on Sunday morning that it's Ralph Lauren. A representative from the brand also confirmed with Fashionista.

Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Meanwhile, Katy Perry sparkled in silver Michael Kors
For her performance at the DNC on Thursday, the pop star wore a silver stripe sequined stretch-tulle gown from the Michael Kors resort 2017 collection, which made for a unique interpretation of the classic stars and stripes motif. {Fashionista inbox}

Urban Outfitters launches its very own "Purpose Tour" merch
After causing pandemonium around the country with his high-end pop-up shops and Fear of God-designed merchandise, Justin Bieber is releasing a line of "Purpose Tour" goods exclusively at Urban Outfitters. The tees, jackets and caps come in at a much lower price point than the official merch, falling in the $35 to $89 range. {WWD

Gwyneth Paltrow plans to step away from Goop
At a conference in Chicago this week, Gwyneth Paltrow revealed that she thinks her connection to the content-and-commerce company she founded as a newsletter in 2008 limits its ability to grow on a larger scale. "My dream is that one day no one will remember that I had anything to do with it," she said. Talk about conscious uncoupling. {The Guardian}

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Serena Williams answers Vogue's 73 questions
As is tradition, Vogue stopped by Serena Williams's studio ahead of her September HSN clothing line release to ask her a lightning round of questions. Watch the video for her replies, which include name-drops like Mariah, Aubrey (aka Drake) and Beyoncé. {Vogue}

Jason Wu shares his diet with Grub Street
Designer Jason Wu carefully documented his diet for a week, and while he kept it light and fresh most of the time, he confessed to splurging a bit on an Instagram-ready milkshake at Black Tap and some homemade quesadillas and guacamole. {Grub Street}

Amy Adams and Isla Fisher will star in Tom Ford's new film
In his second turn as a director, Tom Ford has reportedly cast Amy Adams and Isla Fisher for the lead roles in his upcoming film "Nocturnal Animals," due out in 2017. Ford clearly has a thing for red-headed screen sirens: He cast his longtime friend and muse Julianne Moore in his 2009 critically acclaimed debut "A Single Man." {Grazia}

Balenciaga releases more images from Demna Gvasalia's first campaign
After teasing fans with a preview weeks ago, Balenciaga has released more photos from its fall 2016 ad campaign — the first under the creative direction of Vetements head designer Demna Gvasalia. The images, shot by Mark Borthwick, have a heavy street style slant and feature colorful, mixed-print dresses as well cool, structured outerwear. {Dazed}

Photo: Mark Borthwick

Photo: Mark Borthwick

This story has been updated to mention the designer's name behind Clinton's white pantsuit.

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