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The Trailer for Netflix’s Girlboss, Based on Sophia Amoruso’s Nasty Gal Journey, Has Arrived [YouTube]
The trailer for Girlboss, Netflix’s new series based “loosely” on Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso’s life, has arrived. The first glimpse introduces Sophia (Brit Robertson), a young ecommerce entrepreneur in San Francisco with an eye for vintage fashion, who is struggling to build what will eventually become a multimillion-dollar empire. In real life, Amoruso stepped down as CEO of her company in 2015, and the company was sold to Boohoo.com earlier this year. Girlboss starts streaming on April 21.
Burberry and Coty Ink Beauty Deal [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Burberry has signed an exclusive global deal with Coty to license its fragrances and beauty products. The strategic partnership goes into effect in October 2017. For the past four years, following a partnership with Interparfums, Burberry has produced its beauty products in house. In January of this year, the fashion house signed Jude Law’s daughter Iris Law to be the face of Burberry Beauty.
Kim Kardashian and Pat McGrath Tease Secret Project [Instagram]
Makeup artist Pat McGrath teased her latest project from Pat McGrath Labs on Instagram on Monday, revealing only the name: “In the Mirror,” and that it has something to do with “#McGrathMuse” Kim Kardashian. Some snooping on her Instagram has us speculating that it’s a new commercial for the Dark Matter eye kit. The full release will be unveiled on E! News on Tuesday evening. Stay tuned.
Puma Sues Forever21 For Knocking Off Rihanna’s Designs [Cosmopolitan]
Puma has filed a lawsuit against Forever21 for infringement of copyright, patents and trade dress. In the suit, filed Friday in California federal court, Puma alleges that Forever21 has copied three styles — the bow slide, the fur slide and a suede sneaker — from Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma collection. Puma is seeking unspecified damages and immediate removal of the infringing goods.
Bella Hadid Opens Up About Muslim Faith [Porter Magazine/The Cut]
In her cover story for Net-a-Porter’s Porter magazine, Bella Hadid opens up about growing up Muslim, especially in the wake of the immigration ban. “My dad was a refugee when he first came to America, so it’s actually very close to home for my sister and brother and me,” she said. “He was always religious, and he always prayed with us. I am proud to be a Muslim.” Both Hadid and her older sister, Gigi, participated in the immigration ban protest marches in New York City in February. Bella was photographed by Terry Richardson for the issue.