Must Read: Beyoncé, Blue Ivy and Jay Z All Wore Gucci to the 'Beauty and the Beast' Premier, Nordstrom and Warby Parker Pulled Ads from Breitbart

Plus, Jourdan Dunn reveals her athleisure collection with Missguided.
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These are the headlines making news in fashion this Monday.

The Knowles-Carter family all wore Gucci to see 'Beauty and the Beast'
Beyoncé chose a floor-length green dress, while Blue Ivy wore a tiered dress with a bird on it and Jay Z wore an embellished denim jacket — all Gucci — to the 'Beauty and the Beast' premier, and the matriarch of the family shared a bunch of the photos on beyonce.com. Get this fam a Gucci ad campaign, already! {beyonce.com}

Nordstrom, Etsy and Warby Parker stopped advertising on Breitbart
Activist group Sleeping Giants has been putting pressure on various retailers to stop placing advertisements on the alt-right website, and has seen plenty of success: Nordstrom, Etsy, Warby Parker, Lululemon, Sephora and more have all pulled their ads from the site. Others like Amazon, however, have ignored Sleeping Giants' efforts, even though many Amazon employees are reportedly furious about their employers' stance. E-commerce operator Shopify, who has also been pressured by the group to stop working with Breitbart, has similarly refused. {Racked}

Jourdan Dunn's Missguided collab is here
The British model unveiled her collaboration with the fast fashion retailer, a collection of street-ready athleisure, on Monday. Dunn is the latest famous face the brand has tapped to promote its wares, with names like Pamela Anderson already on its roster. "I chose athleisure because I want women to feel sexy and comfortable at the same time," Dunn said of her collaboration with the brand. {WWD}

Did Gucci rip off artist Jim Joe?
Gucci's latest collection featured T-shirts with hand-written scrawl on them with statements like "Common sense is not all that common." While the shirts were designed in collaboration with artist Coco Capitan, some critics have taken to social media to point out the striking resemblance the concept has to the work of street artist Jim Joe, whose short sayings and hand-written scrawl have been featured everywhere from the NYC subways to Drake's "If youre reading this its too late" cover. It's hard to say who should be blamed — Gucci? Capitan? — but regardless, the resemblance is hard to ignore. {Instagram/@_franwiththeplan}

Sophia Amoruso is turning #Girlboss into a media brand
The Nasty Gal founder's book #Girlboss inspired a hashtag movement and TV show on Netflix, and now she's looking to leverage the concept into a "full fledged digital media, entertainment and education company" called Girlboss Media. The new company's first event, the Girlboss Rally, took place this Saturday in L.A. and featured speakers like Glossier founder Emily Weiss, Vice Media COO Alyssa Mastromonaco and L'Oréal exec Rachel Weiss, among others. {WWD}

Rihanna's new shoes for Fenty Puma by Rihanna drop this week
The March 9 shoe drop will include a chunky army green sneaker, lace-up pink heel and a bow slide, among other designs that debuted at Rihanna's Spring 2017 show in Paris. See the full range of shoes that will be available soon here. {Hypebae}

Bernard Arnault's 24-year-old son is co-chief executive at an LVMH brand
The luxury conglomerate magnate's third son Alexandre officially began his role at German luggage brand Rimowa in January, but his first moment in the limelight comes today at the brand's store opening in Paris. Though Alexandre is less than half the age of his 64-year-old co-chief executive, reports that he's had a hand in getting digital onto his dad's agenda — not to mention that fact that he accompanied Bernard to that Trump meeting back in January — seem to imply that he's already a force to be reckoned with. {New York Times}

Emma Watson defends the nearly-topless shoot against critics who call it "anti-feminist"
The British actor posed for a Tim Walker Vanity Fair photoshoot in a capelet with nothing underneath, and has been facing plenty of internet backlash for it from people who consider it a self-objectifying, anti-feminist move. But Watson claims that these responses just reveal "how many misconceptions and what a misunderstanding there is about what feminism is," according to an interview with Reuters. "Feminism is about giving women choice. Feminism is not a stick with which to beat other women," she said, commenting that she was very involved in the creative process while shooting with Walker. {Reuters}

Alice + Olivia donates dresses to underprivileged girls for prom
For the consecutive second year, the brand is running its "Buy a Dress, Give a Dream" initiative in partnership with non-profits Big Brothers Big Sisters, Prep for Prep and City Year New York. The program involves the brand donating one prom dress for every Alice + Olivia dress sold March 6-19, culminating with a "pick a dress day" hosted by designer Stacey Bendet in April. {Fashionista inbox}

Emanuel Ungaro is switching designers and taking production in-house
The French house just announced that it is parting ways with former creative director Fausto Puglisi in a mutual decision from both designer and house. His replacement Marco Colagrossi,has worked in a design capacity at Dolce & Gabbana and Giorgio Armani in the past. The label also announced that it will be taking production in-house after snafus with its licensee Modalis kept the brand from delivering its spring 2017 collection. {WWD}

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