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Must Read: Kacey Musgraves Covers the March Issue of 'Glamour,' Bobbi Brown Is Bringing Her Wellness Line to Walmart

Plus, a teen successfully bid for the world's only complete collection of Supreme skate decks.
Kacey Musgraves on the March cover of "Glamour." Photo: Eric Ray Davidson 

Kacey Musgraves on the March cover of "Glamour." Photo: Eric Ray Davidson 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Kacey Musgraves covers the March digital issue of Glamour
Kacey Musgraves fronts Glamour's March digital cover in a feathery jumpsuit by Marc Jacobs. For the issue, the country artist opened up to the magazine about how she became the poster child for yeehaw and about what's next. {Glamour

Bobbi Brown is bringing her wellness line to Walmart 
Bobbi Brown's line of supplements, Evolution_18, launched on QVC last year. Now, the makeup industry vet is bringing her tea, pills, powders and tablets to Walmart. Products, including probiotic powders and hair growth gummies, will retail for between $10 and $20. According to a source familiar with the partnership, the wellness line is expected to top $11 million in sales in the first year. {Business of Fashion

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A teen successfully bid for the world's only complete collection of Supreme skate decks
In January, 17-year-old Carson Guo became the owner of 248 Supreme skate decks, paying $800,000 at a Sotheby's auction — the highest ever for a Supreme item. Guo comes from a family of art collectors and plans to display his prized collection in a new creative shop in Vancouver that's set to open in 2020.{CNA Luxury

"Project Runway All Stars" is advertising a non-existent J.C. Penney collaboration
The current season of "Project Runway All Stars" is an ad for nothing. At the end of many episodes, the host Alyssa Milano has announced that the week's winning design will be sold on the following day, which is actually untrue. The show's collaboration with J.C. Penney was discontinued, and the retailer is no longer legally allowed to produce or sell the winning looks. The ghost sponsorship of the season involves the franchise's producers, the Weinstein Company, which went bankrupt shortly after the sexual abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein were first reported. {The New York Times

Meet the clothing collector that's tackling fashion's waste problem 
Helpsy is the first for-profit B Corp-certified company in the used clothing industry and largest clothing collector in the Northeast U.S. Through collection bins at stores like Bloomingdale's, items are collected for reuse and downcycling. About half of what Helpsy collects gets put back up for sale at secondhand shops and markets in the U.S. and overseas. The other half is used commercially —  goods are either cut and reused as wiper rags or broken down into fill for insulation or carpet padding. Last year, the company collected 25 million pounds of textile waste and 12 percent of New York City's clothing waste. {WWD

Scott Campbell to give out free tattoos at the Marc Jacobs Madison Avenue store
Renowned tattoo artist Scott Campbell will be at the Marc Jacobs store on Madison Avenue this weekend to give out free tattoos, but with one caveat: The tattoo will be a complete surprise to the customer, and there will be a lottery drawing every hour from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. to select the lucky mystery tattoo recipient. {Fashionista inbox} 

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