Must Read: Nike Releases Inspiring New Short Film, Jane Keltner de Valle Exits 'Glamour' for 'Architectural Digest'

Plus, the Kardashians really need to learn how to tag their #spon posts.
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These are the stories making headlines on Monday.

Simone Biles, Alex Morgan and Serena Williams star in new Nike short 
If you're already experiencing Olympic withdrawal, not to worry: In what might be the most empowering 40-second video ever, Nike cast some of our favorite female athletes from the Rio games for its latest installment in the brand's "Unlimited" campaign. Watch the full clip above. {Fashionista Inbox}

Jane Keltner de Valle leaves Glamour for Architectural Digest
Three months after being named editor in chief of Architectural Digest, Amy Astley is building her team at the magazine, which now involves reuniting with a very familiar face. Jane Keltner de Valle, who most recently served as Glamour's fashion news director (and before that, spent a decade at Teen Vogue with Astley) is joining the lifestyle magazine as style director beginning Sept. 6. Glamour is currently searching for a replacement. {WWD}

Hailey Baldwin debuts beauty collaboration with ModelCo
The Instagirl is teaming up with Australian beauty company ModelCo to release a limited-edition cosmetics range available in mid-November. The products will be available on ModelCo's website and at Australian beauty chain store Mecca Maxima. "The Hailey Baldwin for ModelCo range is all about my signature go-to beauty products," Baldwin said in an interview with WWD. "I have always loved the world of beauty and was thrilled to be given the chance to show my creativity." {WWD}

Kardashians come under fire for improper labeling of sponsored social media posts
While it's certainly not hard to identify #SponCon when you see it, FTC regulations still require celebrities and influencers being paid by a brand to post content featuring or mentioning a product to disclose it as such. (Common tags include #ad and #spon.) Non-profit consumer organization Truth in Advertising is calling the family out for failing to properly identify sponsored posts, and is demanding that they edit the posts by Wednesday. {Above the Law}

Harper's Bazaar executive editor Laura Brown rumored to join InStyle
After 10 years at the Hearst-owned title, Harper's Bazaar's Laura Brown is expected to be named InStyle's new editor-in-chief. The magazine's previous editor, Ariel Foxman, left the magazine in July after eight years. {WWD}

Neiman Marcus undergoes layoffs in Dallas area
The department store recently underwent a small round of layoffs that resulted in the elimination of 50 jobs at their Dallas headquarters. Due in part to lagging sales, the layoffs were reportedly part of a company-wide "reorganization of its online and store operations." The most recent wave of layoffs, which took place last October, cut nearly 160 of Neiman Marcus's Dallas-based employees. {WWD}

T.J. Maxx sales are on the rise
Despite department stores' waning popularity, mass discount retailers like T.J. Maxx and Marshalls are actually growing. In an effort to attract the financially savvy shoppers, stores like Macy's and Nordstrom have since launched off-price outlets, but can't seem to keep up. "Consumers are clearly looking for better deals and they know if they shop at an off-price retailer they will get them," retail market research analyst Marshal Cohen said in a recent NPD study. "Apparel shoppers are finding just what they want at off-price retailers at the right time and at the right price, and that isn't always the case with department stores." {Business Insider}

Nordstrom expands its "advanced fashion" in-store boutiques
In an effort to highlight more conceptual designers carried at the department store, Nordstrom is expanding its curated in-store boutique, Space, to four more locations by the end of this year. Space, which has previously featured pieces by Comme des Garçons, Ellery, Koché, Brother Vellies, Marques'Almeida and Undercover, will open at Nordstrom locations in Nashville, Los Angeles and at two new Toronto stores. {WWD}

Forty Five Ten and Taylor Tomasi-Hill open concept store in Dallas
Forty Five Ten is opening a new concept store to capitalize on Vice President Taylor Tomasi-Hill's eye for emerging designers. The shop, called Forty Five Ten TTH, will target a younger demographic and will include newer brands alongside pieces from 3.1 Phillip Lim, Alexander Wang, Baja East, J.W. Anderson, Junya Watanabe, Marc Jacobs, Re/Done, Sacai, Thom Browne, Vetements and Vita Kin. {WWD}

Creative directors weigh in on this year's September issues
The battle of the best September issues has never been more robust — Kendall versus Kimye versus Bella Hadid, anyone — but while social media likes are all well and good, how does that translate to newsstand sales and better yet, the reception from experts at top creative agencies? {WWD

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