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Must Read: Rihanna Reportedly Has a Lingerie Line in the Works, Sézane to Open First Retail Experience in California

Plus, the beauty blogger dropped from a L'Oréal shoot for having acne speaks out.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday. 

Rihanna reportedly has a lingerie line in the works
Could the Fenty queen be expanding her beauty and retail empire to include lingerie? Well, according to WWD, Rihanna has struck a deal with TechStyle Fashion Group — which counts ShoeDazzle and Fabletics among its brands — to create a lingerie line. There is no word yet on when the company plans to launch the collection, but an insider source told WWD that the collaboration is over a year in the works and samples of the range have already been produced. {WWD}

Sézane to Open First Retail Experience in California
After opening its first Parisian apartment-like boutique in New York, Sézane is taking its signature French style across the country: On Mar. 7, the French label will open a pop-up shop at The Grove in Los Angeles. The temporary store will feature ready-to-wear and accessories from the brand's new Pre-Spring collection — all of which have been hand-selected by the label's founder Morgane Sézalory to fit Californian women. {Fashionista Inbox} 

The beauty blogger dropped from a L'Oréal shoot for having acne speaks out
Last week, British beauty vlogger Kadeeja Khan was suddenly cut from a L'Oréal shoot, after the cosmetics company said it does not work with models who have skin issues. Having been shut down by a global international beauty brand, Kadeeja decided to share a powerful and inspiring message to her followers and to anyone who has ever felt less than perfect, which you can read on i-D. {i-D}

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France's President holds fashion dinner to court designers
On Monday night, a string of creatives— from Stella McCartney to Virgil Abloh — descended on the Élysée Palace in Paris for a dinner hosted by France's President Emmanuel Macron. The gala, which was held at the tail end of Paris Fashion Week, is a part of Macron's effort to encourage designers to plant their businesses in France. {WWD}

Where fans of Céline can shop in a post-Philo era 
How will the fashion folk go on without a coveted Phoebe Philo ware to purchase season after season? As Céline enters a post-Philo era and welcomes LVMH's commercial prize Hedi Slimane as its creative director, Business of Fashion meditates on what other brands will be able to provide Philophiles with minimalist tailored pieces that they have come to love from Céline. {Business of Fashion}

Reese Witherspoon's Draper James launches capsule collection with Eloquii 
Draper James, Reese Witherspoon's southern-inspired lifestyle brand, has partnered with Eloquii on a capsule of 30 pieces in sizes 12 to 28, including dresses and separates. The collection, which launched Tuesday morning, celebrates femininity with its playful use of color, upbeat detailing and sweet ruffle accents. You can shop the collection in the gallery below. {Fashionista Inbox} 

Margot Robbie named Chanel ambassador 
On Tuesday, Chanel named Margot Robbie as the new ambassador of the house. This announcement comes just two days after the "I, Tonya" actress topped best-dressed lists in a custom Chanel Haute Couture gown at the Oscars, which was handmade by Karl Lagerfeld. "It's a dream to represent such a timeless and iconic brand. The history of the Chanel woman is so exciting and the brand has remained such a power feminine standard of style," said the actress of the news. "I'm thrilled to be joining the Chanel family and continue their celebration of women and fashion." {The Cut}

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