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Must Read: Kendall Jenner Covers 'Vogue', Lilly Pulitzer Unveils New Brand Logo

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Kendall Jenner covers Vogue
Kendall Jenner fronts Vogue‘s summer 2024 issue. Photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and styled by Tabitha Simmons,  the model wears a Chanel bra top and skirt on the cover. She talks about her mental health struggles, how fashion cured her shyness and tapping into her childhood self with Rob Haskell. Read the full cover story here. {Vogue/paywalled}

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Lilly Pulitzer unveils new brand logo
Lilly Pulitzer unveiled a new brand logo designed in partnership with Paula Scher. The brand’s logo has historically been Pulitzer’s signature, and now its logo refresh pays homage to one of Pulitzer’s favorite things, the butterfly. The brand is celebrating its 65th anniversary year, and it is exploring ways to modernize. {Fashionista inbox}

See inside the inaugural Native Fashion Week
The first-ever Native Fashion Week took place over four days in Santa Fe, New Mexico, presented by the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts and spotlighting the work of 17 Indigenous designers, who’s collections honor cultural traditions and techniques of many tribal communities. Elle highlighted the event and five standout designers that participated: Lesley Hampton, Orlando Dugi, Himikalas Pamela Baker, House of Sutai and Vividus Sports. {Elle}

Fashion for Fairness aims to dress defendants for court appearances
House of Prima Facie collaborated with the Center for Justice Innovation in Brooklyn to launch Fashion for Fairness, a project that dresses defendants for court appearances and job interviews. Conceived of by House of Prima Facie founder Adewonuola Johnson, Fashion for Fairness aims to explore the intersection of law and fashion by instilling confidence in its participants. Fashion for Fairness is accepting new, surplus and slightly defective garments until May 31, and programming is expected to commence this June. {Fashionista inbox}

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