Must Read: New fund aims to tackle climate impact of fashion, Lady Gaga’s Haus Labs launches at Sephora

These are the stories that make fashion headlines on Thursday.

New fund aims to tackle fashion’s climate impact
A new fund, backed by brands including H&M and Lululemon, aims to tackle the climate impact of fashion, reports Sarah Kent for fashion company. Leveraging $250 million in corporate and philanthropic donations, the fund is a blended finance strategy designed to “reduce risk and scale decarbonization solutions [sic] industry. Philanthropic funds will be allocated to pursue new innovations, while corporate donations will be used to develop “proven solutions,” Kent notes. {fashion company}

Haus Labs changes brand and launches at Sephora
Lady Gaga’s Haus Labs has undergone a rebrand and launched at Sephora with seven new and improved product categories (in a variety of shades, bringing the total assortment to 90 SKUs) that fall under the “Clean at Sephora” umbrella. from the retailer. “I’ve always wanted to partner with Sephora,” said Lady Gaga Harper’s BazaarIt’s Tiffany Dodson. “I love Sephora as a company – the people who work there are really nice and they really believe in what we do, which means a lot to me – they are our number one fan.” {Harper’s Bazaar}

Sharon Chuter and Pull Up for Change Launch New “Make It Black” Campaign
Sharon Chuter and Pull Up for Change have relaunched the “Make It Black” campaign for season three, bringing in new brand partners to “continue to change perceptions about what it means to be black and raise funds for black founders.” emerging”. This iteration of “Make It Black” features seven partner brands: Black Radiance, CoverGirl, Elf, Hairitage, Sheamoisture, TPH by Taraji and UOMA By Sharon C. The limited-edition products will be available throughout June exclusively at Walmart and via the websites of the participating brands. {Fashionista Inbox}

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Jennifer Behr teams up with Jenny Cipoletti
Jennifer Behr and Jenny Cipoletti have teamed up to create a limited-edition collection of jewelry and hair accessories. The eight pieces – which are inspired by various travel destinations and incorporate flowers and watermarks – are available from Thursday on, with prices starting at $198. {Fashionista Inbox}

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