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Must Read: Tracee Ellis Ross Covers Special 'Allure' Issue, What We Can Learn From the Closing of Zac Posen

Plus, why 'Project Runway' couldn't save the designer.
"See Yourself, See Each Other" campaign starring Tracee Ellis Ross. Photo: Carissa Gallo for Allure

"See Yourself, See Each Other" campaign starring Tracee Ellis Ross. Photo: Carissa Gallo for Allure

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday. 

Tracee Ellis Ross covers special Allure issue
Allure and Ulta Beauty launched the second the "See Yourself, See Each Other" campaign, starring Tracee Ellis Ross in a special-edition digital cover package. In the issue, Ross details her journey of self-acceptance and her thoughts on why bringing her own perspective into the industry was important.  {Allure}

What we can learn from the closing of Zac Posen
On Nov. 1, Zac Posen announced that he would be closing his line and letting go of 60 employees. The brand's closure came after numerous attempts to find the right investor and after 20 years of business, it was forced to come to an end. Posen promised money that he couldn't make, which eventually led to the company's downfall. {Business of Fashion}

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Why "Project Runway" couldn't save Zac Posen
Posen took on many side gigs to support his company – including a five-year-stint as a judge on "Project Runway" – but not even the hit reality show could help save the brand. {The New York Times}

Galeries Lafayette has become a fashion destination for millennials
In late March, Galeries Lafayette opened a new concept store on the Champs-Élysées that millennials are loving. With exclusive product drops and cultural events, the century-old retailer has drawn a younger crowd to the touristy neighborhood. This new edition isn't your typical department store and many believe it to be similar in feel to the former 'it' concept store, Colette. {Vogue Business}

Danielle Bernstein embarks on second collaboration with Joe's Jeans
Following the success of her first launch last March, Danielle Bernstein of WeWoreWhat is set to drop her second collection with Joe's Jeans. The latest collection features a new high-rise skinny jean with an invisible zip opening at the ankle and her original high-rise, vintage-inspired, straight-leg style. Priced at $198, the jeans will be available in three washes and can be purchased on {Fashionista Inbox} 

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