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Must Read: Adidas Sales Rise Due to High Demand, Céline Dion Burst into Song at the Met Gala

Plus, Alexander Wang spills the details about Bella Hadid's sexy Met Gala catsuit. Meow!

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Adidas sales continue to grow due to high demand
With collaborators like Kanye West, Alexander Wang and Pharrell, and with styles like the Gazelle and Superstar recently reaching peak street style saturation, it's no secret that Adidas is killing it — and they've got the numbers to back it up. In the first quarter of 2017, sales rose 18.9 percent to 5.67 billion euros, or $6.04 billion, due to high demand for its products. This continues the momentum it built in 2016, when the company's profits passed the billion-euro mark for the first time ever. {WWD}

Céline Dion broke out in song at her first Met Gala
You may have noticed that Céline Dion completely slayed her first-ever Met Gala, wearing a gown by Atelier Versace and working it in the Instagram booth, going so far as to crawl on the floor and pose with her shoe as a phone. But the best behind-the-scenes moment, as captured by Vogue, was when the Canadian singer broke out in song right in the middle of the museum, essentially cementing her spot on the guest list for all of eternity. Girl knows good acoustics when she hears them! {Vogue}

Alexander Wang talks Bella Hadid's super-sexy Met Gala look
Another of the Met Gala's biggest flexes came from Bella Hadid, who wore an incredibly sexy catsuit by Alexander Wang for the occasion. "It was exciting to do a bodysuit for the Met because I felt that it was something that hasn't really been explored," the designer said of the look. "It really shows off Bella's incredible body." You can say that again. {Vogue UK}

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Fame and Partners debuts the "Anti-Fast Fashion Shop"
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Nordstrom to host Goop pop-up shop
Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle brand is the latest to be featured in Nordstrom's "Pop-in@Nordstrom" space curated by VP of Creative Projects Olivia Kim. The pop-up will feature wellness products from a range of categories, including apparel, accessories, beauty and home, and will appear in select Nordstrom locations from May 12 to June 25. "We love how Goop has created a lively community around everything from zoodles to Zen," said Kim of the partnership in a release. {Fashionista inbox}

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