Must Read: Stray Kids Star in Tommy Hilfiger Campaign, Mary Katrantzou Joins Bulgari

<p>Stray Kids for Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2024. Photo: Sean Thomas/Courtesy of Tommy Hilfiger</p>

Stray Kids for Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2024. Photo: Sean Thomas/Courtesy of Tommy Hilfiger

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday. 

Stray Kids star in Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2024 campaign
Tommy Hilfiger tapped K-pop group Stray Kids for the brand's Spring 2024 campaign. Photographed by Sean Thomas, Stray Kids members Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Felix, Seungmin and I.N all wear pieces that capture Tommy Hilfiger's prep heritage in its red, white and blue color scheme. The Spring 2024 collection will be available online, in Tommy Hilfiger stores and through select wholesale partners throughout the season. See the campaign photos above. {Fashionista inbox}

Mary Katrantzou is Bulgari's creative director of leather goods and accessories
Bulgari has named Mary Katrantzou its first-ever creative director of leather goods and accessories. Katrantzou graduated from Central Saint Martins in the late 2000s, turning her graduate collection into a celebrated namesake clothing line; she designed a capsule collection of leather handbags and jeweled minaudières for Bulgari in 2021. Katrantzou, who currently lives in Athens, will shuttle between Bulgari's design ateliers in Florence and offices in Rome while continuing to manage her own business based in London. Katrantzou's first pieces for Bulgari will arrive in stores this August. {Vogue/paywalled}

Brandy Melville is dividing America's teens
Brandy Melville, a popular clothing brand among teens and young adults, is known for its one-size-fits-all products which cater almost exclusively to thin women. The brand has faced allegations of discrimination by an employee and retail partners and continues to spark social media debate due to its marketing around exclusivity. For many of the teens who frequent the store, shopping at Brandy Melville represents a "status symbol," while others feel that the brand fosters a negative body image among young girls. {The Wall Street Journal/paywalled}

The North Face collaborates with Hike Clerb
The North Face and Hike Clerb, an outdoor women's collective led by Evelynn Escobar, teamed up for a collection that features clothing, accessories and shoes built for the outdoors. Escobar is a grantee of The North Face's Explore Fund, and this collaboration is the first time an Explore Fund Council member designed their own standalone collection with the brand. The collection is available now online and in The North Face stores. See photos from the collection below. {Fashionista inbox}

<p>The North Face x Hike Clerb. Photo: Courtesy of The North Face</p>

The North Face x Hike Clerb. Photo: Courtesy of The North Face

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L'Occitane sells Grown Alchemist 
L'Occitane Group has sold its majority stake in Australian skin-care brand Grown Alchemist to André Hoffman, the group's former vice chairman and former CEO. Grown Alchemist's CEO Anna Teal is now a minority shareholder and the brand will be headquartered in London. The sale was set at €28 million, WWD reported. {WWD/paywalled}

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