Must Read: What People Bought at Supreme's Largest Auction to Date, Is Karl Lagerfeld the Donald Trump of Fashion? - Fashionista

Must Read: What People Bought at Supreme's Largest Auction to Date, Is Karl Lagerfeld the Donald Trump of Fashion?

Plus, Marco Gobbetti outlines his goals for Burberry with Riccardo Tisci at its helm.
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Karl Lagerfeld. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Karl Lagerfeld. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Is Karl Lagerfeld the Donald Trump of fashion? 
Chanel and Fendi have remained untouched by Karl Lagerfeld's insensitive commentary that has offended whole counties and races. Meanwhile, other brands are dragged on social media and experience boycotts with one political misstep. What makes Lagerfeld and his luxury labels immune to the scrutiny of others? In a new piece for The New York Times, Vanessa Friedman argues that Lagerfeld may be the Donald Trump of fashion. {The New York Times

What people bought at Supreme's largest auction to date
Supreme invaded the high-end Artcurial auction house in Paris on Wednesday, and here's what people bought: a Supreme x Louis Vuitton Malle Courrier 90 Trunk for $104, 312, a Supreme x Everlast punching bag for $23,886 and Supreme x Everlast boxing gloves for $10,030, because you need your boxing gloves to match the bag. {Hypebeast

Marco Gobbetti outlines his goals for Burberry with Riccardo Tisci at its helm
Burberry's CEO Marco Gobbetti is in great spirits and is feeling super confident about picking Riccardo Tisci to takeover on the design front. On Wednesday, he addressed analysts and the media at the brand's headquarters in London, where he waxed poetic about Tisci's skills and potential to take Burberry to new heights, especially in the accessories arena. {WWD}

Glossier plans to conquer four more European countries this year
For a fledgling direct-to-consumer brand, Glossier is going global at a remarkable pace. Later this year, it will expand shipping to Ireland, Sweden, Denmark and France; the expansion tactics in these new markets will be the same as the hands-on, community-centered one that has grown over the last four years in the U.S. According to Business of Fashion, it's this word-of-mouth strategy that has helped keep promotion costs down when entering new territories. {Business of Fashion}

The inspiration behind the new Comme des Garçons line
On Thursday, Comme des Garçons launched its new brand CDG, a collection of T-shirts, trainers and bomber jackets emblazoned with the label's logo. The Japanese company's CEO, Adrian Joffe, spoke to British Vogue about the motivations behind its new, logo-centric range and the decision to focus more on e-commerce. {Vogue U.K.

Scentbird raises $18.6M in series A funding round
Scentbird, the subscription service for perfumes and cologne, announced Thursday that it has raised $18.6 million, making it one of the largest series A funding rounds secured by a direct-to-consumer brand led by a female CEO. The company said it will use the proceeds to accelerate product innovation and market expansion with an added focus on consumer experience and new talent. {Fashionista inbox} 

Furla to go co-ed for September 2018 presentation 
Following in the footsteps of many designers who have decided to hold co-ed runway shows moving forward, Furla announced Thursday that it will present its men's and women's collections together as one in September. In the past, Furla has showed its men's spring collections during Men's Fashion Week in June. {Fashionista inbox} 

Adwoa Aboah covers Time's "Next Generation Leaders" issue
Model and activist Adwoa Aboah is one of 10 young faces to grace the covers of Time's "Next Generation Leaders" issue, also featuring Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" actor Anthony Boyle, chess star Hou Yifan, Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Chris Long, novelist Farida Ado, Planeta Océano founder Kerstin Forsberg, Afghan rapper Sonita Alizadeh and German politician Kevin Kühnert. Inside, Aboah discusses redefining traditional standards of beauty, as well as her struggles with mental health and addiction. She also touches on her wishes to bring Gurls Talk, an organization she co-founded that provides young women a safe space to open up, to Ghana. You can read her full profile over at Time. {Time}

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