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Must Read: Andrew Rosen on Leaving Theory and the Future of American Fashion, Serena Williams and Huda Kattan Cover 'Business of Fashion'

Plus, Supreme unveils its full Jean Paul Gaultier capsule.
Andrew Rosen. Photo: Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Sperry

Andrew Rosen. Photo: Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Sperry

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Andrew Rosen on leaving Theory and the future of American fashion 
Days after Andrew Rosen announced his departure from Theory, he sat down with Vanessa Friedman to discuss everything from his exit to whether America fashion is in crisis. Rosen doesn't think New York Fashion Week and department stores are doomed, but he does say the industry is undergoing a series of "dramatic changes" and companies need to "continually modernize their platform" to keep up. "We're going through another industrial revolution, and we are right in the middle in terms of how the world operates and how we live our lives and how companies operate." {The New York Times

Serena Williams and Huda Kattan cover Business of Fashion's "Modern Entrepreneurs" issue
Business of Fashion's latest special print edition is all about modern entrepreneurs and what it takes to build a successful venture in today's social media-obsessed world. The issue spotlights Huda Kattan and Serena Williams (see their covers below), as they share their professional and personal journeys and unpack the valuable lessons they've picked up along the way. {Business of Fashion

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Supreme unveils full Jean Paul Gaultier capsule 
Supreme revealed its complete '80s-inspired sportswear collection with Jean Paul Gaultier, dropping this Thursday, April 11. The collection features floral hoodies and sweatpants, printed denim jackets and pants, a faux fur coat, a bomber jacket, a three-piece-suit, a leather holster, floral Vans Eras and Chukkas, sunglasses and a new edition of Gaultier's Le Male fragrance, with the iconic bottle emblazoned with a box logo. {Highsnobiety

Olivia Palermo to launch e-commerce platform
Olivia Palermo is preparing to debut an e-commerce platform on her website. The platform will focus on bags, shoes and accessories to start, and will include collaborations that Palermo has created, including her forthcoming partnership with the Karl Lagerfeld label. {WWD

Dior's Kim Jones on fame, Virgil Abloh and staying ahead of trends 
Despite his aversion to the spotlight, Kim Jones is a powerful force in menswear. The half-Danish Brit, who headed up Louis Vuitton Men's for seven years before arriving at Dior Homme last March, has kick-started several trends — particularly streetwear as high fashion — and has an impressive celebrity fan base that includes David Beckham, Kanye West and Naomi Campbell. In an interview with The Guardian, the 39-year-old designer explains why he only uses social media to promote his work and how he stays ahead of trends by hanging out with people who are 18. He also shares his admiration for Virgil Abloh, saying that "what he does is interesting and exciting," and that "his communication with people is exceptional." {The Guardian

Sundae School to introduce branded cannabis products
The founders of Sundae School, have decided to branch out beyond fashion into branded cannabis products, which are expected to hit California dispensaries sometime in the middle of next month. The cannabis offerings includes pre-rolled joints and single-use disposable vaporizer pens packaged in a pencil-case-like box. {Los Angeles Times

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