Must Read: Telfar Designed Liberia's Uniforms for the Tokyo Olympics, Cara Delevingne and Her Home Cover 'Architectural Digest'

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Plus, Remake calls on brands to re-sign the Bangladesh Accord.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Telfar to sponsor Liberia's delegation at Tokyo Olympics
Telfar's going to Tokyo. The New York-based brand will be sponsoring the Liberian delegation for the summer Olympics, dressing them in custom Telfar uniforms, the New York Times revealed. (Founder Telfar Clemens is Liberian-American.) In addition to creating the apparel and accessories that athletes will wear throughout the Games, Telfar will sell a selection of pieces inspired by the Olympic uniforms, with plans to launch a bigger collection "encompassing workout wear and sports-inspired gear" that will then "become part of the Telfar core offering" later this year. {New York Times}

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Cara Delevingne and her Los Angeles home cover Architectural Digest
Architectural Digest got a look inside Cara Delevingne's house in L.A. — which has a ball pit, various game rooms and much more — for its July/August cover story. "My work requires me to put on many different hats and costumes. I love slipping into these various characters, so I wanted my home to reflect lots of different themes and moods," she told Mayer Rus. {Architectural Digest}

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Remake launches campaign to encourage brands to re-sign the Bangladesh Accord
With the Bangladesh Accord — which was created after Rana Plaza — set to expire at the end of August, Remake is launching a campaign to encourage brands to re-sign and protect garment workers in Bangladesh. #RanaPlazaNeverAgain specifically calls on H&M, Zara, Tommy Hilfiger, American Eagle, Aerie and C&A to once again pledge their commitment to the Accord. The group is encouraging folks to bring attention to the renewal by posting on social media, writing to these companies via e-mail and signing its Pay Up Fashion petition. {Fashionista Inbox}

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