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Must Read: Nordstrom Is Dropping Ivanka Trump's Line, Rihanna Will Show Her Fenty Puma Line In Paris Again

Plus, Supreme x Louis Vuitton bags are available to pre-order.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday.

Nordstrom no longer carrying Ivanka Trump's label
The department store claims that the decision is based solely on the brand's poor sales performance, but it's worth noting that the line drop came on the heels of an aggressive boycott from anti-Trump proponents. "Reviewing [brands'] merit and making edits is part of the regular rhythm of our business," said a spokesperson for Nordstrom. "Each year we cut about 10 percent and refresh our assortment with about the same amount." Either way, the boycotters will probably count this as a success. {Racked}

Rihanna's Puma show will be at Paris Fashion Week again
Though the specifics of venue and time have yet to be announced, the third Fenty Puma by Rihanna show will take place at Paris Fashion Week again this season. Ri showed in Paris last season after debuting in New York for fall 2016. Having unofficially consulted with designers like Adam Selman for prior shows, rumor has it that Rihanna is in talks with someone new for the upcoming collection. {WWD}

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You can now pre-order Supreme x Louis Vuitton bags
The much-hyped streetwear and luxury house collaboration wasn't supposed to be available until July (unless you're celebrity offspring like Cruz Beckham), but one bag is apparently available for pre-order now. "In transit bags can be pre-ordered at Vuitton stores for all asking!" wrote creative director Kim Jones in an Instagram post. {Hypebae}

Fendi is courting millennials with a new digital platform
The luxury brand is launching a dedicated digital platform in a bid to better connect with millennial consumers. "We've seen many young people approach us, and we want to be appealing to them even more through an authentic vehicle," said chairman and CEO Pietro Beccari. The site, called "F is for...", will feature unretouched, iPhone-shot editorials in addition to other to "inspirational" content. {WWD}

LVMH creates investment entity for emerging brands
The French luxury conglomerate will use LVMH Luxury Ventures as a way to invest in up-and-coming brands. The goal is to create lower barriers to entry for brands that are too small for LVMH's mergers and acquisitions division to focus its attention on, but still show promise. LVMH plans to invest between $2.1 million and $10.8 million total in minority stakes in a range of smaller companies. {WWD}

Where big brands fall in terms of sustainability
Studies have shown that 75 percent of millennials would happily pay more for more sustainable products, and companies need to respond to those numbers for the sake of profits, if not conscience. But wanting to be perceived as good and actually doing good aren't always the same thing. Here, one perspective on where eight top brands like Patagonia, H&M and Kering fall along the sustainability spectrum. {Glossy}

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