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Must Read: Zendaya Covers American and British 'Vogue', 'Nylon' Returns to Print With Gwen Stefani

Zendaya covers British Vogue’s May 2024 issue.

Photo: Carlijn Jacobs/British Vogue

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Zendaya covers British Vogue and Vogue for May
Zendaya is the cover star for both British Vogue‘s and American Vogue‘s May issues. For the former, she was photographed by Carlijn Jacobs and styled by Law Roach in Adidas Originals by Wales Bonner. Annie Leibovitz photographed the latter cover with Roach once again styling.  In the shared (but differently worded) interview by Marley Marius, Zendaya talked “Challengers,” navigating fame and her thoughts on her future. {British Vogue and Vogue}

Nylon‘s return-to-print issue stars Gwen Stefani
Nylon has unveiled its first print issue since it ceased publication of its physical magazine in 2017, with Gwen Stefani on the cover. Stefani wears a Sportmax dress along with Patricia Von Musulin earrings on the cover photographed by Domen & Van De Velde and styled by Jan-Michael Quammie. Ahead of No Doubt‘s upcoming Coachella reunion, Stefani opens up about songwriting, balancing motherhood with her career and collaborating with her husband Blake Shelton in the cover story written by Nolan Feeney. Nylon‘s Spring/Summer 2024 issue will be available at Barnes and Noble beginning April 16. {Nylon}

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Rihanna covers Interview
Interview‘s Spring 2024 cover features Rihanna donning an editorial nun-inspired look. Photographed by Nadia Lee Cohen and styled by Mel Ottenberg, Rihanna wears a Dior shirt, Sarah Sokol hat and Savage x Fenty bra on the cover. In conversation with Ottenberg, Rihanna discussed her family with A$AP Rocky, her thoughts on plastic surgery and her music career. {Interview}

Marie Claire and Who What Wear’s shared future 
Despite their different entrances into the media industry, Marie Claire and Who What Wear are now both under the ownership of London-based publisher Future. The company is using the two titles to expand its U.S. readership and has introduced a similar plan for both publications: commit to revenue streams such as branded and affiliate-driven content, livestream shopping and podcasts. “We’re really reaching women at every critical life stage,” Hillary Kerr, Who What Wear’s co-founder and SVP of Future’s women’s and luxury group, told Business of Fashion. “[The publications] are not in direct competition, they’re actually highly complementary.” {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

What’s happening at Jacquemus?
Last December, Jacquemus announced CEO Bastien Daguzan had also become the brand’s president; just two weeks later the company announced that Daguzan had left the company and Simon Porte Jacquemus, the company’s designer and sole proprietor, would once again be president. Puck‘s Lauren Sherman details alleged tensions between Daguzan and Jacquemus as well as a brief history of their time working together. “While there have been plenty of rumors over the years concerning Jacquemus’ prospects at one of the big houses, what he really wants is complete control,” Sherman writes. {Puck/paywalled}

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