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Must Read: Calculating Your Closet's Carbon Footprint, Fashion is Betting Big on J.Lo

Plus, ‘Vogue’ Singapore is relaunching this fall.

Jennifer Lopez.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

ThredUp launches new tool to calculate the carbon footprint of your closet
If you’re trying to minimize your contributions to climate change, you need to start by knowing the size of your impact — and when it comes to your closet, there’s a new tool that can help you figure it out. The Fashion Footprint Calculator, launched by ThredUp and Green Story, can help consumers estimate their fashion footprint and make suggestions for how to adjust habits accordingly. {Fast Company}

Fashion is betting big on Jennifer Lopez
She may have gotten snubbed by the Oscars, but Jennifer Lopez is being wholeheartedly embraced by fashion: She’s currently the face of Versace, Coach and Guess. How did the 50-year-old celeb become the person that brands at such a wide range of price points want to tap? “She’s in the fashion world, but she’s also someone that anyone on the street can look up to,” one expert told Business of Fashion. “It’s hard to think of someone else who can tick all of those boxes.” {Business of Fashion}

Vogue Singapore is relaunching this year
A Singaporean version of Vogue briefly existed in the ’90s, but it’s coming back this fall as the local fashion and design scene grows. Vogue Singapore is still on the hunt for an editor-in-chief, but it’s already established that it will be published in English in partnership with Indochine Media via a licensing deal. {Fashionista inbox}

Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s lingerie designs are the subject of a new lawsuit 
Kendall and Kylie Jenner are being sued for allegedly using a few lace patterns that lace-making company Klauber Bros. Inc. claims are copyrighted. Klauber is suing for all the profits the Jenner sisters have made from the designs. {TMZ}

Hermès is getting into the cosmetics game
Luxury label Hermès may be better known for its Birkin bags than anything else, but now it’s getting into something else: beauty. The company announced on Tuesday the launch of its new lipstick Rouge Hermès, which marks its first foray into cosmetics. Each of the lipsticks come in refillable, color-blocked metal cases, which are made from the same materials the company uses to make handbag hardware. {Wall Street Journal

Everlane is launching its first-ever leggings
Millennial-beloved direct-to-consumer brand Everlane is launching its first pair of leggings ever, which it says is its “most-requested product to date.” Made of 58% recycled materials, the leggings retail for $58 and are launching in four colorways. {Fashionista inbox}

Net-a-Porter and Netflix launch new fashion competition show
Luxury retailer Net-a-Porter and streaming service Netflix are teaming up to see if they can create the next big fashion competition show. “Next in Fashion” will see emerging designers competing to impress hosts Alexa Chung and Tan France in addition to guest judges like Kerby Jean-Raymond and Tommy Hilfiger. The grand prize? $250,000 and the opportunity to be stocked at Net-a-Porter. {Fashionista inbox}

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Source: Fashionista.com

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