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Must Read: Sofia Richie Grainge Covers 'Town & Country' September Issue, Pharrell Williams Fronts 'GQ'

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Sofia Richie Grainge covers Town and Country‘s September issue
Summer 2023’s official “It” girl Sofia Richie Grainge covers the September issue of Town & Country. Photographed by Rebekah Campbell, styled by Alison Edmond and interviewed by Maer Roshan, Richie discussed growing up in the public eye, her future aspirations and, of course, her viral wedding at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc. “I pored over photos of classic royal weddings and pulled in little things that I wanted,” Richie Grainge told Roshan. “I wanted it to feel timeless.” {Town & Country}

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GQ features Pharrell Williams on September cover
Pharrell Williams is GQ‘s September cover star. Photographed by Fanny Latour-Lambert and styled by Mobolaji Dawodu, the music icon and newly-appointed men’s creative director of Louis Vuitton talks all things music, culture and his debut collection with GQ style editor Noah Johnson. “I look at myself like I’m the real customer. So I design for what it is that I want and what I’m going to need,” said Williams. “Trusting the brand that says that they understand what luxury is and how they can better suit your life.” {GQ}

Peter Do announces collaboration with Banana Republic
In its first major collaboration, Peter Do teamed up with Banana Republic on a capsule collection, which will become available in October online and in select stores. Do, who is also the newly-appointed creative director of Helmut Lang, pulled inspiration from Banana Republic’s archives. You can sign up for alerts here. {Fashionista inbox}

Photos: Courtesy of Banana Republic

W releases fourth annual TV portfolio
W Magazine has released the fourth edition of its annual TV portfolio. Quil Lemons photographed 12 of this year’s biggest television stars — including Elle Fanning, Meghann Fahey, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Kerry Washington and Camila Morrone. Each profile offers a unique look into the lives and careers of some of 2023’s biggest names in television. {W}

W TV Portfolio. Photo: Quil Lemons/Courtesy of W


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Parade sold to Ariela & Associates International
Cult-favorite underwear brand Parade has been acquired by Ariela & Associates International (AAI), which is the largest women-owned intimates company in the U.S., reports Lisa Lockwood for WWD. AAI, which is a Fruit of the Loom licensee, will offer the Gen-Z brand the benefits of its infrastructure and industry know-how amidst a difficult economy. While the price of the deal has not been named, Parade was last valued at $200 million last summer. {WWD/paywalled}

Moncler and Billionaire Boys Club launch commemorative anniversary collection
Congratulations are in order as luxury streetwear brand Billionaire Boys Club celebrates 20 years. The brand, which was founded by Pharrell Williams in the early-2000s, partnered with Moncler for a capsule collection featuring a new combined logo, merging together Moncler lettering with the streetwear brand’s signature astronaut motif. The collection is available for purchase at BBC global flagships, bbcicecream.com and moncler.com starting Aug. 15, and prices range from $330 to $3,380. {Fashionista inbox}

Moncler x Billionaire Boys Club. Photo: Courtesy of Billionaire Boys Club. 


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Reese Blutstein is Target’s latest Future Collective collaborator
Target has announced its latest partnership for its Target Future Collective: Reese Blutstein. The Atlanta-based creative has taken the fashion industry by storm and is bringing her vision to a collection featuring over 100 affordable apparel and accessories options, with most pieces under $35. Available in sizes XXS to 4X, the first drop of the collection will be available on August 20 in select stores and online. {Fashionista inbox}

Future Collective with Reese Blutstein. Photo: Courtesy of Target. 


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