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Must Read: Selena Gomez Answers 73 Questions, Walmart Launches Tech Incubator

Plus, British Prime Minister Theresa May talks Brexit and Donald Trump in a hotly anticipated "Vogue" editorial.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Watch Selena Gomez answer Vogue's "73 Questions"
The actress and singer, who fronts the April 2017 issue of Vogue, is the latest subject of the magazine's rapid-fire "73 Questions" video series. Watch her speak Spanish, share her favorite childhood movie and bust out her go-to dance move in the clip above. {YouTube

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. to open tech incubator in Silicon Valley
The retail chain is creating a startup incubator in Silicon Valley to help align itself with the current landscape of technology retail, which has ballooned to include advances in virtual reality, self-driving vehicles, drone delivery and personalized shopping. The incubator will be called Store No. 8, which refers to a previous Walmart location where the company experimented with new store layouts. {Bloomberg}

Theresa May on post-Brexit Britain, Donald Trump
News broke last January that the British Prime Minister was photographed and interviewed for an upcoming feature in the April 2017 issue of Vogue, and three months later, the story is finally out. In the interview, May discusses everything from meeting Donald Trump to how she hopes to lead the country. "It's not a popularity stakes, being prime minister," said May. "I think what's important is for people to feel that I'm delivering for them. But it's a great honor to do this job. A huge privilege." {Vogue}

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Happy 20th, Colette!
In March 1997, Sarah Andelman opened what would become one of Paris' premier shopping destinations with her mother, Colette Roussaux. Two decades later, in a new interview with AnOther Magazine, Andelman reflects on the legacy of Colette and how she plans to stay relevant in a fashion retail landscape that is increasingly favoring digital. {AnOther}

Hermès launches second collection of Apple Watch bands
Already bored with your Hermès feu-colored leather wristband from last spring? Worry not: The French luxury house just released another drop of Apple Watch bands that reimagine previous designs like the wraparound double tour in bold blue leather and the double buckle cuff in burnt orange Barenia leather. "Apple and Hermès make very different products" Apple's chief design officer Jonathan Ive told Vogue UK. "But they reflect the deep appreciation of quality design. Both companies are motivated by a sincere pursuit of excellence and the desire to create something that is not compromised." The bands are currently available for purchase via the Apple and Hermès websites, with prices ranging from £1,199 to £1,549. {Vogue UK}

Instagram expands in-app shopping feature
The social media app started testing shoppable tags in posts with select fashion and beauty brands including J.Crew and Kate Spade, and have just announced plans to expand the feature to thousands of businesses. It's a natural step for the app, which after months of initial testing, have found that the more users are exposed to shopping posts, the more they engage in-app, which also leads to them directly to the brand's site at a greater frequency. {Fashionista inbox}

L'Oréal Paris launches customer loyalty program
The global beauty giant is debuting "Worth It Rewards," a customer loyalty program that will be offered across the brand's four main product categories – cosmetics, hair color, hair care and skin care. Here's how it works: Members earn five points for every dollar spent on L'Oreal Paris products, plus enjoy benefits including a welcome package, birthday gift and members-only access to promotions and coupons. While it's a largely untapped move for a mass beauty brand, it's also unique in that users can donate rewards points to various charities of the brand's Women of Worth honorees. {Fashionista inbox}

Anna Wintour's daughter is engaged to Franca Sozzani's son
In a match made in Vogue heaven, Bee Shaffer, daughter of American Vogue editor Anna Wintour, is now engaged to Francesco Carrozzini, son of the late editor of Vogue Italia Franca Sozzani. Though the couple doesn't work in fashion themselves — Shaffer is a segment producer at "Late Night with Seth Meyers" and Corrozzini is a film director and photographer — there's no doubt that their wedding will be a thoroughly fashion-forward affair. {People 

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