Must Read: Brooklyn Beckham Fronts 'Miss Vogue,' Tom Ford Feels 'Less Sexy Now'

And what Natalie Massenet's departure might mean for the future of the Yoox Net-a-Porter Group.
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And what Natalie Massenet's departure might mean for the future of the Yoox Net-a-Porter Group.
Photo: Daniel Jackson/'Miss Vogue'

Photo: Daniel Jackson/'Miss Vogue'

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

In a cover story for Miss Vogue, celebrity progeny Brooklyn Beckham talks about his studies, his interest in film and photography, taking style cues from his mom and dad and his idea of a perfect road trip (a bike trip with dad and friends). Actually, the kid sounds pretty down-to-earth and levelheaded, which doesn't surprise us at all. {Miss Vogue}

In his latest interview, Tom Ford talks about feeling less sexy — wait, what? Yup, you read that correctly. Tom Ford feels "less sexy now" as a result of fatherhood and giving up drinking. He also doesn't like to "see or smell food in the office" so take note, future employees. {Mr Porter}

Not surprisingly, there are some polarizing opinions about Natalie Massenet's decision to leave Net-a-Porter a month before the fashion e-commerce site merges with Italian competitor Yoox. While some industry members speculate that fellow employees will follow in her footsteps, leaving Net-a-Porter "a much weaker company," others believe her departure will make for a smoother integration of the two businesses. Only time will tell. {WWD, Bloomberg Business}

Can consumers handle more choices? While the idea of mass customization is becoming more and more popular, fashion companies looking to make this option available are still facing numerous challenges from the operational to the strategic. {The Business of Fashion}

As the fashion crowd is preparing for the madness that is New York Fashion Week, CFDA's Diane von Furstenberg and Steven Kolb sent out an e-mail reminding everyone of the importance of enlisting healthy models and adhering to labor laws. The duo also advocated for diversity on the runways, encouraging their peers to "collectively do the right thing and set an example." {WWD

We have another Vogue wedding on our hands: Social editor Chloe Malle tied the knot with Graham Albert at her father's house in southwestern France. Did the bride wear Oscar? Yes. Were there hoards of cute children? Yes. Yes, there were. {Vogue}

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