The 10 Biggest Stories In Fashion This Week

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Eva Chen in April. Photo: Cindy Ord/Getty Images 

Eva Chen in April. Photo: Cindy Ord/Getty Images 

News

Departures: Lucky Editor-in-Chief Eva Chen announced on Thursday that she will be leaving Lucky Group in the next few months to "spend some time with [her] family."  According to unnamed sources, the magazine is also expected to shut down its print operations and go all-digital.

TurnoverStyle.com's deputy editor Noah Johnson and fashion market director Rachael Wang were among the staffers let go following the announcement that the website will be transitioning into an e-commerce destination.

New Direction: LVMH-owned DKNY has appointed Public School's Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne as its new creative directors. Needless to say, this is going to be one runway debut to watch.

Surprise: The newest star of Givenchy's fall 2015 campaign? Donatella Versace. Yep, we're pretty shocked, too.

Got Their Wings: On Tuesday, Victoria's Secret introduced its biggest class of contract models yet. Say hello to the 10 newest angels — you're going to be seeing a lot of them from now on. 

Further Reading

Minefield: This Monday, the Met will be pulling out the red carpet for its latest Costume Institute exhibit: "China: Through the Looking Glass." The biggest question on people's minds? Whether the attendees will be able to dress to the theme without being culturally insensitive.

Fashion Casualty: Style.com, one of fashion's most valued resources, announced on Monday that it would do away with its editorial content and transition to an e-commerce platform instead. Here's what the end of Style.com (as we know it) means for the rest of fashion publishing.

International Beauty: You probably have a handful of personal beauty icons, but ever wonder who the rest of the world idolizes? Nine international beauty editors and entrepreneurs tell us who's big in their countries. 

Take Two: Following Womenswear Daily's transition from a daily to a weekly print format, Fashionista's own Chantal Fernandez talked to Editor-in-Chief Edward Nardoza to find out what's next for the industry mainstay.

Talking Cool: During a conversation hosted by The Wall Street Journal at the Museum of Modern Art on Tuesday, designer Alexander Wang gave his take on "cool" ("I like to not think about that word"), Balenciaga and what makes him happy. 

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