Must Read: Selma Blair Covers 'Town & Country,' The Yes Expands Plus-Size Offering -

Must Read: Selma Blair Covers ‘Town & Country,’ The Yes Expands Plus-Size Offering

 Must Read: Selma Blair Covers 'Town & Country,' The Yes Expands Plus-Size Offering

Selma Blair on the May 2021 issue of “Town & Country.” 

Photo: Alexi Lubomirski for “Town & Country”

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Selma Blair covers Town & CountrySelma Blair fronts the May issue of Town & Country in a fuchsia Prabal Gurung look in an image shot by Alexi Lubomirski. Inside the issue, the actor and advocate opened up to Keah Brown about “Legally Blonde” fame and what it’s like to be a fashion plate, a fierce mother, someone with MS and an inspiration for many disabled people. “I am aware my challenges affect other hopeful or isolated people — and a few of them may be joyful snobs like me,” Blair told Town & Country. “I’m very comfortable in my body, mostly because I am now making a deeper positive connection with it. I am fascinated by this body and this life.” {Town & Country} 

The Yes expands plus-size offeringThe Yes, an AI-powered shopping app, is expanding its plus-size offering to nearly 40 size-inclusive fashion brands, including 11 Honoré, Henning, Misha Nonoo, Universal Standard, Tanya Taylor and more. The selection, available Monday, will include over 10,000 items in sizes 14-40. {Fashionista inbox} 

Michael Kors brand turns 40Michael Kors is celebrating his 40th anniversary with a big Fall 2021 collection reveal on Tuesday, as well as a with big feature on Laird Borrelli-Persson penned the profile, which documents his 40 years in business, and delves into what makes Kors the quintessential New Yorker. {Vogue} 

Black in Fashion Council and Beats by Dre unveil Earth Day collaborationThe Black in Fashion Council and Beats by Dre have teamed up to create an exclusive pouch to hold a pair of Beats Flex headphones for Earth Day. The limited-edition pouch was designed by Daily Paper and consists of 100% recyclable materials. The pouch will be available for purchase on April 22. {Fashionista inbox} 

Photo: Courtesy of the Black in Fashion Council

Morphe parts ways with James Charles Morphe released a statement on Friday announcing that it will no longer work with YouTuber James Charles after recent sexual misconduct allegations that alleged he had been “grooming” children. Charles later posted a statement on social media, saying that he was grateful for what he’s created with the makeup brand and added that they “mutually agreed” to discontinue working together. {Insider} 

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