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Must Read: Gisele Bündchen Covers 'Harper's Bazaar', Usher Gets Digital 'Vogue' Cover Ahead of Super Bowl

Gisele Bündchen for Harper’s Bazaar February 2024.

Photo: Luis Alberto Rodriguez/Harper’s Bazaar

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Gisele Bündchen covers Harper’s Bazaar
Gisele Bündchen is the cover star for Harper Bazaar’s February 2024 Joy Issue. Photographed by Luis Alberto Rodriguez and styled by Carlos Nazario, Bündchen is wearing a Bottega Veneta crochet top, skirt, knit bra and briefs as well as Jacquie Aiche body chain and anklets. In the cover story written by Alicia Kennedy, Bündchen talks her upcoming cookbook, her family and what brings her joy today. The issue will be available on newsstands starting Jan. 30. (In other news, she also just dropped an Erewhon smoothie collab.) {Harper’s Bazaar}

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Usher gets digital Vogue cover ahead of Super Bowl
Usher is Vogue‘s Winter 2024 digital cover star, and he’s joined by model Carolyn Murphy and the members of the Jr Gaels 6U football team. Photographed by Campbell Addy and styled by Max Ortega, Usher wears a Willy Chavarria jacket and pants on the cover while Murphy wears a Miu Miu jacket, skirt and sandals. Interviewed by Alessandra Codinha, Usher opens up about his Las Vegas residency, his personal style and headlining the 2024 Super Bowl halftime show. {Vogue/paywalled}

Maya Erskine for Marie Claire January 2024.

Photo: Damien Fry/Marie Claire

Maya Erskine covers Marie Claire
Actor Maya Erskine is the cover star for Marie Claire‘s January 2024 issue titled “The Money Issue.” Erskine wears a Balenciaga dress on the cover, which was photographed by Damien Fry and styled by Ashley Furnival. In the cover story written by Jessica Herndon, Erskine talks about starring in the reimagined spy film “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” and representation within the entertainment industry. {Marie Claire}

Coach Foundation releases first impact report
The Coach Foundation launched its first social-impact report Wednesday in celebration of the fifth anniversary of its Dream It Real initiative. Titled “The Courage to Dream It Real,” the report is formatted as a colorful zine that highlights its Dream It Real scholars and explores the foundation’s impact through its funding of college scholarships. The foundation reached its goal of funding 5,000 scholarships by 2025, and this report includes a new promise to fund 10,000 scholarships by 2030. The Coach Foundation plans to publish an annual impact report from 2024 onwards. Read the full report here. {Fashionista inbox}

Lululemon names global creative director
Lululemon appointed Jonathan Cheung as the brand’s global creative director and JJ Collier as vice president of design for outerwear on Monday. Cheung has more than 30 years of experience in creative and business leadership at companies like Levi’s and Giorgio Armani, and will be responsible for “driving Lululemon’s global creative strategy and creating the brand’s product design roadmap,” Retail Dive reported. Collier will lead Lululemon’s men’s and women’s outerwear teams. {Retail Dive}

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