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Must Read: The Honest Company to Undergo Rebrand, Christopher Kane Does 'See Now, Buy Now'

Plus, Carine Roitfeld shares her long-term goals for "CR Fashion Book."
A display of The Honest Company products at Nordstrom Downtown Seattle. Photo: Mat Hayward/Getty Images for Nordstrom

A display of The Honest Company products at Nordstrom Downtown Seattle. Photo: Mat Hayward/Getty Images for Nordstrom

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

The Honest Company launches first major campaign, plans for rebrand
Jessica Alba's beauty and lifestyle brand is turning five years old this year and to celebrate, The Honest Company is launching its first major ad campaign, which features a musical score composed by And while the brand has been the subject of more than a few lawsuits in recent years, Honest appears to be looking forward, with plans for a large-scale rebrand later this year. "We're five years in, and I think every brand goes through their evolution, and we're now at that point where it's important for us to be really cohesive with our look and feel," Alba told WWD. {WWD}

Christopher Kane debuts "see now, buy now" capsule collection
British designer Christopher Kane is making his first foray into "see now, buy now" with an instantly shoppable edit of handbags and high-top sneakers from his Fall 2017 collection. Dubbed "The Space Collection," the range is now available at the brand's Mount Street store in London and e-commerce site, in addition to U.K.-only and Selfridges. {WWD}

"I wanted to be a bigger magazine."
Carine Roitfeld sat down with Business of Fashion to share her plans for growing CR Fashion Book, the biannual magazine she launched five years ago. In the past year, Roitfeld also announced her separation from Stephen Gan's publishing group. "After 10 issues, you can have different ways of thinking," Roitfeld said to BoF. "I wanted to be a bigger magazine. But I'm not just fashion, fashion, fashion. I'm more open-minded than maybe people think. I want bigger visibility." {Business of Fashion}

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Meet Gabrielle Chanel...
The legendary woman behind the eponymous French fashion house will serve as inspiration for four short films that will be available for viewing on the Chanel website, the first of which debuts on Tuesday. (Karl Lagerfeld also paid homage to Chanel, the person, in the form of a new handbag design called the Gabrielle, which debuted at the brand's Spring 2017 show.) The various films will surround the themes of rebellion, freedom, passion and allure as they relate to the life of Chanel. {Fashionista inbox}

CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund announces "American in Paris" designer lineup
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