Must Read: Kristen Stewart to Play Coco Chanel, Made Fashion Week Lineup Announced

And read an excerpt from Donna Karan's forthcoming memoir, "My Journey."
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And read an excerpt from Donna Karan's forthcoming memoir, "My Journey."
Kristen Stewart at Chanel's spring 2015 couture show in Paris. Photo: Kristy Sparow/Getty Images

Kristen Stewart at Chanel's spring 2015 couture show in Paris. Photo: Kristy Sparow/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Kristen Stewart to play Coco Chanel in short film by Karl Lagerfeld
After fronting numerous Chanel campaigns and frequently representing the brand on the red carpet, Kristen Stewart is the latest Karl Lagerfeld muse to star as Coco Chanel in an upcoming biopic. Directed by Lagerfeld himself, the short film will premiere during the French house's Métiers d'Arts show on Dec. 1 in Rome. {WWD}

Made Fashion Week's spring 2016 lineup is out
Since Made Fashion Week was founded in 2009, the program has put a heavy emphasis on spotlighting New York's lesser-known, up-and-coming designers while coinciding with New York Fashion Week. On Monday, Made's spring 2016 lineup was revealed, featuring Adam Selman, the Fat Jewish's "dad fashion show" and more. {Vogue}

Read a candid excerpt from Donna Karan's upcoming memoir
While Donna Karan's forthcoming memoir, "My Journey," isn't set to be released until October, the iconic designer is giving us an early glimpse with this exclusive, surprisingly lengthy excerpt. Here, we can read all about how Karan was first hired by Anne Klein in 1971 and why she described her mid-20s as a "24/7 storm of madness." {Vogue}

Zanna Roberts Rassi is now employed by Target
Zanna Roberts Rassi — perhaps better known Marie Claire's senior fashion editor, E! News correspondent and full-time fashion person — has a new job at Target that's formally called "Target's Stylist." According to an email release, Roberts Rassi will serve as "the fashion guru for all things TargetStyle" and "bring a fresh perspective to Target's style offerings." {Fashionista inbox}

Misty Copeland stars in Under Armour's latest campaign
It's been a year since Misty Copeland's first video for Under Armour's "I Will What I Want" campaign went viral, now clocking in at more than 9.1 million views. Now, the American Ballet Theatre principal dancer is at it again, this time for a brand-new — and equally as impressive — marketing effort alongside Stephen Curry, Jordan Spieth and Tom Brady, called "Rule Yourself." {YouTube}

Prada in hot water after dress appears on too many Sept. covers
After appearing on Vogue Japan and Harper's Bazaar UK's Sept. covers, that familiar baby pink, bow-adorned Prada dress from the label's fall 2015 collection has caused quite a headache within the magazine industry this season. As it turns out, Gigi Hadid was reportedly set to pose on W Magazine's Sept. cover in the same dress, which prompted the glossy to use a different photo at the last minute. {Page Six}

Swatch talks adding to its new smartwatch range
In a new interview, Swatch's CEO Nick Hayek says that the Switzerland-based timepiece company plans to add to its growing smartwatch category with a product called "Touch Zero One." Will this model allow Swatch to compete with Apple and other brands in the expanding smartwatch market? {Reuters}

T Magazine redesigns its website, with Cate Blanchett leading the charge
With a fall fashion issue that's its largest in seven years, T Magazine is taking this month as an opportunity to upgrade its digital presence, too. On Friday, the publication unveiled a redesigned website featuring "a cleaner layout, better storytelling tools, and revamped ad integrations," with a meaty profile of Cate Blanchett sitting front-and-center. {T Magazine}