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Must Read: Bella Hadid Stars on the June/July Cover of 'Harper's Bazaar,' Proenza Schouler to Launch Makeup Range

Plus, Burberry acquires its longstanding Italian manufacturing partner CF&P.
Bella Hadid on the June/July 2018 cover of "Harper's Bazaar. " Photo: Sølve Sundsbø/"Harper's Bazaar"

Bella Hadid on the June/July 2018 cover of "Harper's Bazaar. " Photo: Sølve Sundsbø/"Harper's Bazaar"

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Bella Hadid stars on the June/July cover of Harper's Bazaar
Another day, another Hadid magazine cover, although this time, Bella — not Gigi — takes centerstage. The 21-year-old fronts Harper's Bazaar's June/July issue in an up-close image shot by Sølve Sundsbø. Inside, she opens up about fame in a candid interview with her supermodel sister. {Harper's Bazaar}

Proenza Schouler to launch makeup range
You should probably free up some space in your vanity, because according to WWD, Proenza Schouler's Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are partnering with Lancôme on a limited-edition makeup line for fall that's expected to hit stores in July. "Lancôme has always represented the epitome of luxury beauty products, so it is like a dream come true to be able to collaborate with such an iconic and historic brand," the duo said in a joint statement. {WWD

Burberry acquires its longstanding Italian manufacturing partner CF&P
In an effort to refine its leather good offerings, Burberry has purchased its longstanding Italian manufacturer CF&P. Marco Gobbetti, Burberry's chief executive officer, told WWD that the acquisition will give them "greater control over quality, cost, delivery and sustainability" of its leather goods. {WWD

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How Dublin is using fashion to make a political statement 
Two weeks before a vote on Ireland's strict abortion laws, pro-choice advocates organized a fashion event titled "Fashion Is Repealing," with every garment offered for sale to benefit the Together for Yes campaign. "A lot of the time, political conversations can be academic, highbrow and exclusive," said Andrea Horan, the driving force behind the "Repeal" show, in an interview with The New York Times on the event. "And fashion can act as a great leveler in terms of welcoming a bigger audience who may not be politically minded. This abortion vote is going to be the most important we've ever had in this country. It was great to see so many Irish designers felt they had something to say about it." {The New York Times

"Project Runway" will move back to Bravo for its 17th season 
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