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Must Read: Harry Styles Debuts New Merch in Paris, Did Taylor Swift Knock off a Kenzo Ad?

Plus, Eddie Borgo's brand is still alive and kickin'.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday. 

Harry Styles debuts new merch and a Paris pop-up
Harry Styles, reigning king of custom Gucci suits and of our hearts, has released new merch — including an "I'm having your baby" t-shirt — and is hosting a pop-up in Paris on Tuesday. No word on when the new products may drop online for non-Parisian stans, but we'll be keeping our eyes peeled for updates. {Twitter}

Is Taylor Swift's new music video a Kenzo fragrance ad knockoff?
Aesthetic similarities between Taylor Swift's newly-released music video for "Delicate" and a 2016 Kenzo fragrance ad directed by Spike Jonze featuring Margaret Qualley have Twitter users talking. "[T]aylor swift's 'delicate' video is a poor man's version of spike jonze's ad for Kenzo," tweeted @wtfcylon. It wouldn't be a Taylor Swift release without a little bit of drama, now would it? {The Cut}

Eddie Borgo is not going out of business
Remember when jewelry designer Eddie Borgo went dark online in January, causing industry speculation that the brand was shutting down? Borgo has now spoken out, explaining that the temporary website shutdown was part of a restructuring to make room for a new partner. In short, the brand is back and Borgo's more hopeful about its prospects than ever. "Our issue was never in sales, the company has only ever continued to grow," he told Business of Fashion. {Business of Fashion}

H&M announces winners of sustainability-focused Global Change Award
Swedish retailer H&M has announced the five winners of its Global Change Award, each of which are championing environmental sustainability in different ways. As part of the award, the five companies selected are subjected to a vote by the public, which will decide how H&M splits up the 1 million euro prize between them. Online voting is open from March 12-16. {WWD

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Meet Wallet, a brand-new publication started by an 18-year-old
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Pharrell's latest Adidas collab is drawing ire from some Hindus
The latest entry in the cultural and religious appropriation conversation comes courtesy of Pharrell's recent "Hu Holi" collection for Adidas, which directly references the Holi celebrations most commonly practiced in India and Nepal. Hindu statesman Rajan Zed wrote in a statement that the collaboration's name and inspiration are "highly insensitive as [the] religious festival of Holi was linked to various deities." {Hypebeast}

How Cult Beauty became Britain's fastest-growing beauty brand
When Cult Beauty's founders started it a decade ago, hardly anyone was selling beauty products online, but its offering of tightly-curated products — "like a beauty hall of fame that you can shop" — made it stand out. Fast forward 10 years, and the brand's combo of careful curation and amazing customer service have put it on track to hit £100 million in revenue by June of this year. {Business of Fashion}

Zendaya curates a collection for
21-year-old star Zendaya curated an edit of over 50 pieces from fast fashion e-tailer's spring collection, along with appearing in a campaign for the collection styled by Law Roach. The product featured in "The Zendaya Edit" will be available on on March 21st. See imagery from the campaign below. {Fashionista inbox}

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