Must Read: Luella Bartley to Head Up Calvin Klein Jeans, Revlon Debuts 'The Love Project' Campaign

Plus, celebrities made a lot of political statements on the Oscars's red carpet.
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Luella Bartley. Photo: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images

Luella Bartley. Photo: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Luella Bartley to join Calvin Klein
Luella Bartley, who most recently designed for Hillier Bartley (a venture with former Marc by Marc Jacobs design partner Katie Hillier) has signed on as head of global design for Calvin Klein Jeans. In her new role, Bartley will spearhead the Calvin Klein Jeans direction in an effort to establish a more unified vision for the brand's denim offshoot. While it has not been announced where she will be based (she currently lives in London with her family), she effectively replaces former global creative director of Calvin Klein International, Kevin Carrigan, who exited the company in August. {WWD}

Revlon debuts "The Love Project" campaign
The drugstore beauty brand unveiled a new campaign during last night's Oscars broadcast, featuring Lady Gaga, Ellen DeGeneres and Pharrell Williams. In the 30-second TV spot, the stars share what love means to them with the goal of raising money (in addition to the $1 million Revlon has already committed) for various organizations including the Born This Way Foundation, From One Hand to AnOther and the Trevor Project. "The Love Project is the beginning of a social movement which aims to inspire more love, acceptance and caring in the world," said Carlos Barreto, Revlon's senior vice president of marketing in a statement. "At the heart of this campaign is the belief that all people are beautiful and that love can create a better world." {People}

Celebrities showed their support for various causes on the Oscars' red carpet
We noticed more than a few blue ribbons adorning attendees' red carpet ensembles at the Oscars. Actors including Ruth Negga, Lin-Manuel Miranda (and his mom), as well as "Moonlight" director Barry Jenkins and Karlie Kloss all took the high-profile opportunity to show visible support for the ACLU. Well done, guys. {Above The Law}

Glossier has a new blush in the works...
Your favorite beauty brand is up to its usual tricks and took over the Oscars red carpet to soft-launch their newest venture, a gel-cream blush dubbed "Cloud Paint." Various attendees from last night's awards ceremony — including Chrissy Teigen, Taraji P. Henson and Rashida Jones — were among the first to wear the brand-new product, which will be available in four shades "inspired by NYC sunsets" and drops March 6. For more information, sign up for news alerts over at Glossier's website. {Fashionista inbox}

BCBG Max Azria prepares to file for bankruptcy
According to unnamed sources close to the brand, BCBG Max Azria is poised to file for bankruptcy as early as next week. The former go-to cocktail dress label has reportedly notified shopping center owners of plans to shutter the majority of its 200 U.S. boutiques and is currently consulting financial and legal advisers ahead of the bankruptcy filing. Both the brand and owner, as well as investment firm Guggenheim Partners, declined comment to Reuters. {Reuters}

Get ready for another dose of Adidas Originals by Alexander Wang...
The second drop of Adidas Originals by Alexander Wang is set to take place this week, and trust us, you're going to want all of it. Unisex tracksuits, crop tops, shorts and footwear offerings make up the 84-piece collaboration collection and will be available for purchase exclusively at seven global retailers including Barneys New York, Colette Paris and Dover Street Market Ginza from March 1 and at select Adidas Originals and Alexander Wang flagship locations and online from March 4. Get a sneak peek at the collection in the gallery below. {Fashionista inbox}

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