Must Read: Khloé Kardashian Covers 'Evening Standard,' the New Etsy Headquarters is One of the Largest 'Green' Buildings in the World

Plus, Gucci launches "Store to Door in 90 Minutes" delivery service.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday. 

Khloé Kardashian talks Good American and more in cover story with Evening Standard
The "Revenge Body" star spoke about why she started Good American ("no one does our size range and makes sure it all sits together in one location"), about dating in the public eye ("I'm sure it's overwhelming [for my boyfriend]") and dealing with Caitlyn Jenner's transition ("I didn't appreciate how it was handled and how we found out more in the media than from Cait"). {Evening Standard}

Etsy makes sustainability strides with new Brooklyn headquarters
The internet marketplace just announced that its new headquarters achieved the Petal Certification through one of the most rigorous programs for monitoring building sustainability. Etsy's headquarters is now the largest commercial building in the world to receive the certification. The company is also moving toward achieving zero waste operations in its 10 global offices by 2020. "We believe it's more important now than ever that businesses do their part in creating social good and protecting the air we breathe, the water we drink and the planet we call home," said an Etsy representative via email. {Fashionista inbox}

Gucci launches "Store to Door in 90 minutes" delivery service with Farfetch
Starting today, Farfetch customers can place orders for Gucci products on the Farfetch website or app and have them delivered within 90 minutes of purchase. The service is currently available in London, New York, Dubai, Los Angeles, Madrid, Miami, Milan, Paris, Sao Paulo and Tokyo. "Time is the new luxury and one that we all want more of," said Farfetch CEO José Neves, explaining the rationale behind the initiative. {Fashionista email}

Farfetch launched inaugural FarfetchOS conference
The conference gathered speakers from the worlds of tech, retail, music and more to discuss how digital is changing the way brands and consumers relate. Speakers included Miroslava Duma, will.i.am and execs from Instagram, Google and more. The brand also released information about the "Store of the Future," an augmented reality technology that will help retailers collect information about customers' browsing patterns in real life similar to the way they do online. The technology will launch in select retailers later this year. {Fashionista email}

Bebe is cutting more than 700 jobs
The California-based brand's cuts, some of which will come from Bebe's design office and headquarters, will be effective May 27. The layoffs come on the heels of the news that Bebe will be shuttering 21 stores and is "continuing to explore options with respect to its remaining stores." {WWD}

Selfridges ad featuring "unhealthily thin" model approved by watchdog group
The high-end UK department store was accused by one customer of "socially irresponsible" behavior for featuring a model deemed too thin. Advertising regulation group ASA, however, deemed the ad passable. "While the image did emphasize the model's slenderness through pose and the style of clothing, she appeared to be in proportion," the group stated in a ruling. "She did not appear to be unhealthily thin or significantly underweight." {Fashionista inbox}

Lucky Blue Smith, Anwar Hadid and Sofia Richie star in Tommy Jeans campaign
A trifecta of Cool Teens who personify digital savvy and Instafame came together to channel '90s nostalgia for Tommy Jeans' Spring 2017 campaign. "[It] is about blending our '90s heritage and iconic styles from our archives with exciting pop culture influences from today," said Tommy Hilfiger of the capsule. "Lucky Blue Smith, Anwar Hadid and Sofia Richie represent the youthful, rebellious spirit at the heart of the campaign." {i-D}

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