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Must Read: Janelle Monáe, Emily Ratajkowski and More Cover 'Marie Claire,' Peep the Supreme x Comme des Garçons x Nike Collab

Plus, Sofia Coppola made a new film for Cartier.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Emily Ratajkowski, Janelle Monáe and more cover Marie Claire
The May 2017 "Global Beauty Issue" features a host of young names in fashion, music and film, including Naomi Aja King, Zoey Deutch and Alexandra Daddario. All the women involved were selected because "they aren't afraid to speak their minds, embrace their feminism and be vocal advocates for change," according to Marie Claire's Instagram. {Instagram/@marieclairemag}

Images of the Supreme x Comme des Garçons SHIRT x Nike Air Force 1 collab are here
It's been a big day for Supreme and Commes des Garçons SHIRT — the brands released imagery of both their clothing collaboration and their collaboration with Nike Air Force 1. The former features a range of pieces, including box logo hoodies, three-piece gabardine suits, parkas and more, while the latter features white Air Force 1 sneakers with Comme's typography and an eye motif. The collaborations will be available for purchase on April 13 and an unspecified date in May, respectively. {Hypebeast}

Sofia Coppola teamed up with Cartier on a new fashion film
As a longtime friend of the jewelry house, Coppola is an unsurprising choice to direct a film about Cartier's Panthère watch, which is being produced for the first time since 2004. Originally created in 1983, the watch is making a comeback due to fresh demand in stores and on social media. Both the watch and Coppola's film will debut in June. {Business of Fashion}

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Gap will use augmented reality to help customers digitally "try on" clothing
The company is releasing a dressing room app that will make it easier for online shoppers to get a sense for how clothing will actually fit before they buy. "You can see how it hits your butt, how tight it is on the thighs, how long it is, whether it hits below the knee," said Gap exec Gil Krakowsky in an interview with WWD. Krakowsky sees this as innovation that has been a long time coming, claiming that "the fashion industry is ripe for disruption." {WWD}

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are reportedly too busy to attend the Met Gala
According to Page Six, the couple will not be attending the Met Gala this May for the first time in years because their White House duties are keeping them too busy. The same report also claims that the dress code for the event, which is timed to the opening of the Met's Rei Kawakubo exhibit, will be "avant-garde." {Page Six}

Michelle Phan talks ditching YouTube and re-launching her cosmetics line
The popular beauty vlogger was one of YouTube's biggest success stories. But shortly after landing covers at both Forbes and Nylon, she backed away from social media and started traveling. "I peaced out because I think I was going through depression," she said. Now, Phan's back in the game and ready to try again with her cosmetics line Em, which had a troubled run launching under L'Oréal before Phan bought it from the brand. "I'm going to learn from all of these mistakes," she said. {Racked}

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