Must Read: Prada's U.S. Push, How to Dress Religious Celebrities for the Met Gala

Plus, the trends defining the current revolution in beauty.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday.

Prada capitalizes on its upswing with a push in the U.S.
Despite being "zeitgeist-savvy" in a way that makes her designs quite often agenda-setting, Miuccia Prada's house has struggled to find relevance beyond the world of catwalks. But a recent boost in sales is propelling the house to expand in the United States with an updated e-commerce site and a resort show in New York. Only time will tell if the strategy works. {Business of Fashion}

A celeb stylist on what to wear to the Met Gala
Dressing interestingly but appropriately for the Met Gala is always a unique challenge, but this year's Catholicism-centered theme is trickier than ever. So what's the best way to strike the right balance? Hailey Baldwin's stylist Maeve Reilly says the key is to do lots of research and err on the side of being respectful. {InStyle}

These are the trends defining the beauty industry right now
Beauty's seeing a bit of a revolution — so what are the trends driving the industry today? Hyper-personalization, radical transparency, skin care (as opposed to cosmetics), inclusivity, the authority of doctors making a comeback, beauty companies stepping away from their fashion ties, quicker turnaround on new products, Instabait beauty and the convergence of beauty and wellness. {Business of Fashion}

Jacquemus will show first men's collection in South of France
Simon Porte Jacquemus is already well-loved for his womenswear designs, so it's unsurprising that news of his first menswear collection set the whole industry abuzz. Now, it's confirmed that he'll be closing Paris Men's Fashion Week with a show outside the city at a yet-to-be-disclosed location in the South of France. {WWD}

How the Met got ahold of Vatican vestments
A fashion exhibition that centers around religion has the potential for serious controversy. So how on earth did the Costume Institute's Andrew Bolton convince the Vatican to get involved with this spring's show "Fashion and the Catholic Imagination"? By making trips to Rome — over and over — until he was able to win the trust of the right people. {New York Times

Tiffany & Co. release new version of "Moon River" featuring Elle Fanning and A$AP Ferg
The song "Moon River," made famous by the iconic film "Breakfast at Tiffany's," features in Tiffany & Co.'s latest campaign with a new recording by Elle Fanning and A$AP Ferg. "For the song collaboration, we loved that A$AP Ferg shared our New York City roots, with a dynamic sense of style and wit, and Elle Fanning is a longtime friend of the house whose musical talent we were delighted to help showcase," the brand said in a release. {Fashionista inbox}

Proenza Schouler's PSWL line debuts campaign with Kim Gordon and her daughter
Proenza Schouler's latest campaign for its more casual PSWL line features Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon posing with her daughter Coco Gordon Moore. The campaign features PSWL's second product drop, which is available in stores and online now. See the full gallery of images below. {Fashionista inbox}

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