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Must Read: Jennifer Lopez Covers 'InStyle,' the Pandemic Pushed Bras Into No-Wire Territory

Plus, Thandiwe Newton covers British "Vogue."
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Jennifer Lopez covers InStyle
Jennifer Lopez is the focus of InStyle's May beauty issue. The ageless star wears Norma Kamali swim on the Pamela Hanson-shot cover; inside, she reflects on her three-decades-long career, as do famous friends and collaborators like Michelle Obama, Marc Anthony, Donatella Versace and more. {InStyle

The pandemic pushed bras into no-wire territory 
Though Covid-19 shutdowns convinced many people to temporarily dump bras, the supportive garment didn't go away completely; in fact, it came back stronger and comfier. Flora Tsapovsky explored the triumph of wireless bras over the last year for Vox, writing that the "undergarment has been undergoing a reevaluation, emerging for the first time in history as a product that really answers women's needs for comfort and support." {Vox

Thandiwe Newton covers British Vogue
In the May issue of British Vogue, Thandiwe Newton opens up to Diana Evans about how her activism outranks acting in order of importance and what she would say to those suffering from an eating disorder, having battled with one herself. For the accompanying cover, which was styled by Edward Enninful, Newton sports an Isabel Marant top and skirt. {British Vogue

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Kao Corporation to remove "whitening" and "lightening" from product labels
Business of Fashion reported that J-beauty giant Kao, which owns brands like John Frieda and Bioré, will drop the terms "whitening" and "lightening" from its brand messaging, saying that is was wrong to promote the message that one skin tone is superior to another. Moving forward, the company will use the word "brightening." {Business of Fashion

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