Must Read: Off-White and Byredo Unveil New Fragrance Collaboration, Vivienne Westwood Apologizes for Copying T-Shirt

Plus, how to buy the Timothée Chalamet shirt James Ivory wore to the Oscars.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday. 

Off-White and Byredo unveil new fragrance collaboration
Off-White's Virgil Abloh has teamed up with Byredo for a new fragrance. Dubbed "Elevator Music," the collaboration features an eau de parfum, hand cream, denim, graphic T-shirts and bags, all packaged and designed in a street-chic, black-and-white color scheme. Shoppers can purchase the Off-White x Byredo fragrance and capsule collection in May. {Hypebae}

Vivienne Westwood apologizes for copying T-shirt
Over the weekend, Vivienne Westwood took to social media to apologize for basing one of the T-shirts in her Fall 2018 collection on creations by designers Louise Gray and Rottingdean Bazaar. Westwood posted an image of her T-shirt next to the young designers' version — in true @diet_prada form — on Instagram with an accompanying caption expressing remorse for using the design without permission. {WWD}

How to buy the Timothée Chalamet shirt James Ivory wore to the Oscars
Screenwriter James Ivory took home an Oscar last night for "Call Me by Your Name" while wearing a custom white button-down shirt with Timothée Chalamet's face painted on it. It's the work of artist Andrew Mania, and according to the comments section on his Instagram, you can commission one for yourself (see below). No word on the cost of a Timmy-covered tee, but with a face and talent like that, we'd pay good money for it. {Esquire}

The New York Times profiles Phillip Picardi 
On Sunday, The New York Times profiled Anna Wintour's 26-year-old protégé Phillip Picardi, the current head of Condé Nast's Teen Vogue and Them. In the interview, Picardi talks attending Catholic school as a Britney Spears-obsessed second grader, falling in love with Vogue, bringing teens into the political conversation, building brands and driving culture. {The New York Times}  

Givenchy plans for growth
Clare Waight Keller delivered a masterfully tailored range of femme fatale-worthy pieces in her second ready-to-wear outing for Givenchy on Sunday. And now Waight Keller and the French couture house's chief executive Philippe Fortunato are discussing their plans for positioning the label as a powerful force in the global luxury market. In an interview with Business of Fashion, Waight Keller and Fortunato talk growing Givenchy into one of the world's largest luxury brands. {Business of Fashion}

A full look at the Supreme x Nike NBA collection 
Supreme brightened our Monday morning with the unveiling of its highly-anticipated Nike/NBA collaboration. The graphic-heavy collection utilizes a mix of NBA team logos, Nike's signature "Swoosh" and Supreme's box logo to decorate Air Force 1 Mid shoes, jackets, basketball jerseys and poly-mesh shorts. The Air Force 1 shoes will only be available online, but the remaining items will be available in Supreme stores, as well as online, on Mar. 8. {Hypebeast}

What happens when you call the Balenciaga hotline 
Printed on the front of two button-down shirts in Balenciaga's Fall 2018 lineup was a phone number that, when called, takes you to the Balenciaga hotline. Of course, Highsnobiety called the number and documented the conversation of 20 "strictly confidential" questions, ranging from "what is your gender?" to "what is your favorite shape?" {Highsnobiety}

Serena Williams stars in Nike Oscars ad
During Sunday night's 90th Annual Academy Awards, Nike recognized and celebrated the contributions and achievements of women in a 30-second ad starring Serena Williams (which you can watch  below). "Serena has been a strong voice for women everywhere and continues to break down barriers time and time again," a representative for Nike said in a press statement. "With this spot, she wanted to deliver a simple yet strong statement on behalf of all women around gender equality by expressing how she felt and still feels around how the world judges her." {Fashionista Inbox} 

Issa Rae to host the 2018 CFDA Fashion Awards in Brooklyn 
On Monday morning, the CFDA announced that leading actress and director Issa Rae will host the 2018 Fashion Awards in partnership with Swarovski on June 4 at the Brooklyn Museum. "Issa Rae is leading a new generation of performers who use their voice and humor to discuss social topics in a way that is relatable and poignant," said Steven Kolb, President and CEO of the CFDA in a press statement. "We are also excited to take the awards to Brooklyn this year. The Brooklyn Museum is a strong and iconic backdrop to one of fashion's biggest nights." {Fashionista Inbox} 

Roger Vivier appoints Gherardo Felloni as creative director
After the departure of creative director Bruno Frisoni last month, Roger Vivier has named Gherardo Felloni as his replacement. Felloni's first collection for the luxury shoe brand will debut in Paris in September. "I have always been fascinated by Mr. Vivier as a master of modernity, his ultimate chic and endless creativity," Felloni said in a press statement. "I feel honored to be part of Roger Vivier today and develop it further, respecting its heritage and tradition while adding a contemporary and modern take, something Mr. Vivier has always demonstrated." {Fashionista Inbox} 

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