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Must Read: Has Marc Jacobs Fallen out of Fashion?, Reformation to Sell at Nordstrom

Plus, DVF on her transition from fashion designer to philanthropist.
Marc Jacobs at his Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 show.  Photo:Emmanuel Dunand /AFP/Getty Images

Marc Jacobs at his Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 show.  Photo:Emmanuel Dunand /AFP/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Has Marc Jacobs fallen out of fashion? 
Marc Jacobs is regarded as one of the most talented American designers of his generation. But in recent years, he has lost his magic touch, leading to store closures, staff layoffs, corporate turmoil, the folding of the beloved Marc by Marc Jacobs and uncertainty about the brand's future. How did he get here, and more importantly, can he recapture his earlier success? {The New York Times

Reformation to sell at Nordstrom 
Nordstrom will start carrying Reformation on Monday via its website, as well as in 20 stores in cities like Houston, Chicago and King of Prussia. With this wholesale partnership — a first for the brand — the eco-friendly label hopes to reach new customers in places where it is lesser known. {Business of Fashion}  

DVF on her transition from fashion designer to philanthropist 
"I became an icon," Diane von Furstenberg told The Washington Post. "Now I want to be an oracle." At the ripe age of 71, von Furstenberg is ready for a new act: She revolutionized fashion and become a leader in the field, but now she wants to focus on philanthropy. The designer outlines her lofty goals for the future in this interview ahead of the 2018 CFDA Awards{The Washington Post

Sephora to host two-day beauty event 
Sephora took notes from the Beautycon playbook to prepare for its latest venture: a multi-room temporary space in Los Angeles that will take place over two days in October with installations from over 50 brands. The beauty retailer hopes the funhouse atmosphere will be a content gold mine and encourage customers to interact with its products in new ways. {Business of Fashion

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Slick Woods shows us how to get the perfect "Fenty Face" 
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Ariana Grande stars on the July issue of British Vogue 
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Ariana Grande on the July issue of "British Vogue." Photo: @britishvogue/Instagram 

Ariana Grande on the July issue of "British Vogue." Photo: @britishvogue/Instagram 

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