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Must Read: Joan Smalls Designs Walmart Lingerie, Off-White May Team Up With Champion

Plus, Kylie Jenner is the new face of Quay Eyewear.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Joan Smalls is designing mass-market lingerie
Model Joan Smalls is teaming up with Walmart brand Smart & Sexy to design accessibly priced intimates that will go on sale next spring. "I fell in love with the brand and the fact that they cater to women of all sizes at affordable pricing," Smalls said after being cast in the brand's Spring 2017 ad campaign. {Business of Fashion}

Off-White and Champion may collaborate soon
The two well-loved streetwear brands may be releasing co-branded merchandise in an upcoming drop, if Instagram account @supreme_leaks_news is correct. Considering that Off-White has recently partnered with Vans and Heron Preston, a Champion collab doesn't seem too far-fetched. {Hypebae}

Kylie Jenner releases capsule collection with Quay Eyewear
Australian brand Quay Eyewear is capitalizing on Kylie Jenner's massive social following by releasing a capsule collection in collaboration with the teen beauty mogul. The capsule features limited-edition styles that retail for $65. The collection drops Oct. 4, but until then, you can browse the full eyewear capsule in the gallery below. {WWD}

Ivanka Trump ordered by judge to testify in Aquazzura case
Aquazzura sued Ivanka Trump and Marc Fisher for allegedly ripping off its "Wild Thing" heels. Though Trump's lawyer claimed that she's too busy as a "high-ranking government official" to take the time to testify, a judge has ruled that she must sit for a deposition regardless. {Business of Fashion}

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Stella McCartney on using supermodels in her student showcase
Stella McCartney appeared on BBC radio to discuss her career, starting with her use of supermodels Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Yasmin Le Bon in her student graduate showcase at Central Saint Martins. "They were my mates, and that's who I was hanging out with at college," she said. "I look back and... I can understand why it was headline news and may have pissed my fellow students off a tad." {Vogue UK}

Nordstrom recruits Ashley Graham for Anniversary Sale campaign
Model Ashley Graham fronts Nordstrom's newest campaign alongside the likes of athlete Russell Wilson and actor Taye Diggs. The campaign is promoting Nordstrom's Anniversary Sale, the retailer's biggest event of the year. {WWD}

Nike opens new headquarters in New York City
Nike was born in Oregon, but it just opened new headquarters in NYC as part of a "global initiative to add resources in influential sport and style hubs," according to a release. The new space features an indoor basketball court and a roof terrace with plants in the shape of the brand's signature swoosh. {Fashionista inbox}

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