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Must Read: Solange Knowles Covers 'Harper's Bazaar', Emerald Fennell Directs Barry Keoghan for 'W' Magazine

Solange Knowles for Harper’s Bazaar The Legacy Issue March 2024.

Photo: Larissa Hofmann/Courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Solange Knowles covers Harper’s Bazaar
Solange Knowles is the cover star for the Harper’s Bazaar March 2024 Legacy Issue. Photographed by Larissa Hofmann and styled by Carlos Nazario, Knowles wears a Prada jacket and skirt on the cover. She opens up about her performances, the impact her adolescence had on her art and what she views as her own legacy in the cover story written by Kaitlyn Greenidge. This issue will be available on U.S. newsstands Feb. 27. {Harper’s Bazaar}

Barry Keoghan for W Magazine The Directors Issue.

Photo: Courtesy of W Magazine

Emerald Fennell directs Barry Keoghan for W Magazine
For W Magazine’s Directors Issue, “Saltburn”‘s Emerald Fennell directs actor Barry Keoghan in “Lucky for You I’m a Vampire.” Styled by Allia Alliata Di Montereale, Keoghan wears a Burberry coat, shirt and pants, a Hood London balaclava and vintage gloves and boots from the National Theatre Costume Hire in London on the cover. Written by Alex Needham, the cover story explores Fennell’s vision for the vampiric cover and “Saltburn”‘s cult-classic status. W Magazine’s Directors Issue will be available on newsstands March 19. {W Magazine}

Photo: Courtesy of The Every Body Campaign

Beauty brand-backed reproductive rights campaign returns ahead of 2024 election
Saie is pulling together more than 60 top beauty brands (including Dennis Gross, E.l.f. and Fable & Mane) for the return of The Every Body Campaign, which aims to raise awareness and funds for reproductive justice ahead of the 2024 election. The campaign is poised to raise over $300,000 for SisterSong: Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective. The campaign will also open a New York City pop-up in collaboration with Seen Library called The Every Body Library, which will sell banned books as well as books covering reproductive rights, feminism and the women’s experience. {Fashionista inbox}

Prose wants to grow the reach of its skin care
After hair-care brand Prose found success with its shampoos, conditioners and hair masks, it entered into skin care last May with a line of cleansers, moisturizers and serums that accounted for approximately 10% of the brand’s total sales. This year, Prose plans to increase its marketing to attract a wider audience and projects overall sales will grow more than 10% to $150 million. The brand also hopes that skin care will account for 50% of annual sales in the next few years. {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

The New York Times profiles stylist Danielle Goldberg
Celebrity stylist Danielle Goldberg is dressing Hollywood’s cool girls, from Ayo Edebiri to Greta Lee to Olivia Rodrigo. In a profile written by Christopher Barnard, Goldberg shares what her early career looked like (internships at Vogue and styling Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen for the Met Gala) as well as how she navigates a busy job while pregnant with her second child. Goldberg’s clients speak highly of her, including Edebiri who told The New York Times that Goldberg’s styling has helped her feel comfortable and confident. “I get to be myself,” Edebiri said, “but also have this armor of the clothes.” {The New York Times

Coty adds Etro license
Coty has signed a license agreement with Etro to produce and distribute the fashion house’s fragrance offerings, Business of Fashion reported on Tuesday. Coty chief executive Sue Nabi said in a statement that the partnership “underscores Coty’s focus on fashion driven licenses with multi-category potential.” The agreement will also reportedly include “new categories and launches.” {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

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