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Must Read: Nordstrom Launches Céline Pop-Up Shop, What's Going on With Balenciaga's Trippy Spring 2018 Campaign?

Plus, Lil Wayne teams up with Neiman Marcus to create Young Money merch.
The Céline pop-up at Nordstrom's flagship store in Seattle. Photo: @nordstrom/Instagram

The Céline pop-up at Nordstrom's flagship store in Seattle. Photo: @nordstrom/Instagram

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday.

Nordstrom launches a Céline pop-up shop
Dry your Phoebe Philo-filled tears, because Nordstrom launched a Céline pop-up store on Friday at its Seattle flagship. The shop makes Philo's coveted vision more accessible by offering ready-to-wear, handbags, eyewear, jewelry and shoes along with a capsule collection of exclusive products. The Céline goods will only be available at this single pop-up, however, the store is able to ship product out nationally and take phone orders. {Fashionista inbox} 

What's going on with Balenciaga's trippy Spring 2018 campaign?
For its Spring 2018 men's campaign, Balenciaga hit up a mall photo booth, but for its women's ads, the brand tested out some trippy effects on Photoshop. The images, which were released via the fashion house's Instagram on Friday, spotlight its money-printed dresses using a roller shutter camera effect. {@Balenciaga/Instagram} 

Lil Wayne teams up with Neiman Marcus to create Young Money merch 
Lil Wayne already has one clothing line under his belt, but he's adding another: The rapper linked up Neiman Marcus on a capsule of graphic-heavy goods titled "Young Money." The line will include a range of neutral-toned T-shirts and layering pieces with bright-red "Young Money" logos. The Lil Wayne merch drops Friday at Neiman Marcus. {Hypebeast}

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New designers to watch at London Fashion Week 
New York Fashion Week's Fall 2018 season officially wrapped on Wednesday, which means the fashion set promptly touched down in London on Thursday. But whether or not you get to travel to the land of tea and good-looking Harrys, WWD let us in on the new designers to watch as London Fashion Week heats up. {WWD}

Inside Natalie Massenet's impact on the British Fashion Council
In an interview with Business of Fashion's Tim Blanks, Net-a-Porter's founder Natalie Massenet speaks about the impact she's had on the British Fashion Council while serving as its chair for the past five years, as well as the challenges she's faced along the way. Massenet also outlines her hopes for the organization and for the fashion industry's future as the leaves to launch her own investment fund in the spring and as she continues to serve as the co-chair of Farfetch. {Business of Fashion}

Kim Jones to reissue pieces from his defunct namesake label 
It's just been a month since we learned that Kim Jones is leaving his post as the artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton, but the designer is already busy working on new projects. On Valentine's Day, he took to Instagram to announce that he's set to reissue pieces from his namesake streetwear brand that's been dormant for more than 10 years. Details on the archival line are still sparse, but according to the Instagram's caption, the collection will be available in select countries for a limited time. {Highsnobiety}

Vivienne Westwood staged a catwalk-style protest against fracking
Ahead of London Fashion Week, Vivienne Westwood staged an anti-fracking protest against multinational chemical company Ineos, which is seeking to develop shale gas in Britain. The 76-year-old goddess of punk was joined by her son and a cast of models — all wore black graphic T-shirts emblazoned with the slogan "Fracking Climate Chaos" — at the demonstration that took place near the company's head office. {Business of Fashion}

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