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Must Read: Museum at FIT to Honor Jacquemus, Dioriviera Opens 2nd Beverly Hills Hotel Pop-Up

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Museum at FIT to honor Simon Porte Jacquemus with 2024 Couture Council Award for Artistry of Fashion
The Jacquemus founder and designer will be honored for his passion and visionary ability at the annual luncheon benefiting MFIT on Sept. 4. “A bold creative force in the industry who started his brand at the age of 20, Simone Porte Jacquemus is also a role model for our students who look up to him as both an entrepreneur and a designer,” FIT President Dr. Joyce F. Brown said in a statement. Former recipients include Manolo Blahnik, Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta, Valentino, Karl Lagerfeld and more. {Fashionista inbox}

Dior opens second pop-up at the Beverly Hills Hotel
Dior‘s second Dioriviera pop-up boutique and spa takeover is in full swing at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles. The pop-up includes exclusive spa treatments like Dior’s signature “Californian Glow” and a the house’s Dioriviera capsule collection available to shop just steps from the transformed pool space. The event will be open through Sept. 2, 2024. Read more here. {Fashionista inbox}

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G-Star Raw grew cotton in a greenhouse
For the past six months, Amsterdam-based denim brand G-Star Raw and Wageningen University & Research have studied the potential of greenhouse-grown cotton. The group discovered that cotton crops benefit from the controlled environment of a greenhouse, yielding up to 23 times more cotton than outdoor plants. Their methods allowed a 95% reduction in water consumption, among other benefits. The next phase of research will explore scalability. Learn more here. {Fashionista inbox}

Pinterest collaborates with Shopify to expand Inclusion Fund
Pinterest partnered with Shopify’s Build Black & Native initiative to increase its support for small business owners, publishers and creators of historically marginalized communities. Those within the BIPOC, disability, LGBTQIA+ and plus-size communities in the United States and Canada are eligible to apply now through June 7; there are plans to launch in 12 additional countries later this year. Read more and view the application here. {Fashionista inbox}

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Selena Gomez covers Time, talks Rare Beauty’s success
In a Time cover story, Lucy Feldman explores Selena Gomez‘s $2 billion beauty brand, its mental health mission, and the Rare Impact Fund. Now the founder of a Time 100 beauty brand, Gomez prioritizes affordability and quality while maintaining that no one needs makeup to be beautiful. {Time}

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