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Must Read: Queen Latifah Returns to CoverGirl, Moda Operandi Is Launching Beauty

Plus, beauty brands are responding to the threat to Roe v. Wade.
Queen Latifah attends Variety's 2022 Power Of Women at The Glasshouse on May 05, 2022 in New York City

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Queen Latifah returns to CoverGirl
Queen Latifah is a CoverGirl once again: WWD reports that the multi-hyphenate has signed with the beauty brand, for which she was an ambassador for over 10 years starting in 2006. CoverGirl is in "growth mode" under Sue Nabi's leadership at Coty; of this announcement, Nabi told the publication: "She's been an icon, and my gut feeling and the gut feeling of Stefano [Curti, Coty's chief brands officer] and the teams in the U.S. is that Queen Latifah is going to bring to the brand all these generations of consumers who have been in love with the brand in the past." {WWD}

Moda Operandi is launching beauty
Moda Operandi announced it would be entering the beauty space, bringing on Jessica Matlin — the host of the "Fat Mascara" podcast and a former Harper's Bazaar editor — to lead the category. "Beauty is the logical next step for Moda. Our customer comes to us for our curated point of view on personal style across fashion, fine jewelry and home. With the launch of this category, Moda will become a complete lifestyle destination," co-founder and chief brand officer Lauren Santo Domingo said, in a statement. {Fashionista Inbox}

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