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Must Read: Millie Bobby Brown Signed to IMG, Nike Launches Equality Campaign

Plus, 'Vogue France' cover celebrates trans beauty.
Photo: David Livingston/Getty Images

Photo: David Livingston/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Millie Bobby Brown just signed a modeling contract with IMG
Your favorite Cool (pre-)Teen just landed a contract with the agency that represents bigwigs like the Hadid sisters and Brown's own "Stranger Things" co-star Winona Ryder. Not bad for a 12-year-old. {Elle}

Nike's latest campaign focuses on equality
The campaign, which features athletes like Serena Williams and LeBron James in addition to Alicia Keys, encourages people to "take the fairness and respect they see in sport and translate them off the field," according to a release. "Opportunity should not discriminate," declares a voiceover in the campaign video. {Fashionista inbox}

Vogue Paris celebrates transgender beauty in latest issue
Trans Brazilian model Valentina Sampaio covers the March issue of French Vogue in an issue intended to celebrate the beauty of trans women. "When the day comes that a model like Sampaio can appear on a magazine cover without the publication needing to mention a model's chosen gender identity, then victory really will have been achieved," editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt said. {Vogue}

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Warby Parker is offering one person glasses for life
In honor of its 7th anniversary, the affordable glasses retailer is launching a lottery-like scratch-off game that will allow one player to win free glasses for the rest of their life. The scratch-off games will be available in stores and online on February 17. {Fashionista inbox}

Pat McGrath products back by popular demand
The makeup guru's much-loved Skin Fetish 003 and Lust 004 are being relaunched in a limited run on March 3 and 13, respectively, due to high demand. {Fashionista inbox}

Net-a-Porter is launching Samantha Cameron's clothing line
Cefinn, former British First Lady Samantha Cameron's clothing line, is set to launch on Net-a-Porter today. The launch comes a few months after Cameron first debuted a few pieces on the pages of British Vogue. {Fashionista inbox}

Prada sales dropped 10 percent in 2016
A reduction in tourism to major markets like Europe, Japan and the U.S. hurt the luxury group's sales last year, but an uptick started to show by the end of the year. Positive results for January 2017 are also giving Prada execs cause for optimism in spite of the recent downturn. {WWD}

Chloë Sevigny directed a short film for Miu Miu
The longtime It girl and Prada model/muse took a turn on the other side of the camera for the short film "Carmen," which follows a female comedian. "Carmen" is the 13th film in Miu Miu's "Women's Tales" series. {Dazed}

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