Must Read: Cara Delevingne Launches a Twitter Rant Against the Paparazzi, Kendall Jenner Rocks the Vote

Plus, Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne swap selfies with each other.
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Plus, Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne swap selfies with each other.

These are the fashion stories making headlines this Wednesday.

Kendall Jenner encourages women to vote
For her latest gig, Kendall Jenner gets political, transforming from a suffragette to her modern self in a PSA for Rock the Vote and the Independent Journal. The 19-year-old model concludes "because of suffragettes and their battle, gender doesn't matter, but your vote always can." Take a look at the clip above. {Youtube}

Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne swap sexy "selfies"
Fashion photographer Mert Alas posted "selfie swaps" of Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne lying in bed with very little clothes on. Although, if we're being technical, they're not actually selfies because Delevingne was photographed by Moss and vice versa. {Complex}

Go inside Alessandro Michele's Gucci workspace
For the latest installment of "In the Studio," The New York Times provides a glimpse into Alessandro Michele's beautiful workspace in Rome. The creative director of Gucci talks about the reinvention of the Italian label, stating that "it's time for this brand to tell another story." We couldn't agree more. {NYT}

Cara Delevingne goes on a Twitter rant
Never one to keep silent, Cara Delevingne launched a Twitter rant on Tuesday about the constant swarm of paparazzi and invasion of privacy she faces. In a series of angry tweets, Delevingne likened herself to "a zoo animal" and expressed her frustration with being followed daily. The model-turned-actress eventually apologized for her outburst, stating that if she wasn't allowed to vent, "these situations would probably end in violence." {Vogue UK}

Emilia Clarke is GQ UK's Woman of the Year
"Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke looks stellar with slicked back hair and red lipstick for the latest cover of GQ UK. Bonus points to the actress and magazine for showcasing Clarke's assets without revealing all. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Alexander Wang talks about his 10th-year anniversary
Designer Alexander Wang discusses his eponymous label's 10th anniversary — specifically, the challenges the brand has faced, the denim campaign with Anna Ewers and how to throw a a party. For the latter, he recommends three things: good music, a little bit of mystery and good people. And when asked about whether his ideal customer has changed from the off-duty model to something else, the designer stated "it's less dictated by what her profession is" and "much more about the sensibility of not having to be confined by a stereotype." {WWD

Rizzoli will release a Giorgio Armani autobiography
For the 40th anniversary of Giorgio Armani, Rizzoli will be releasing an autobiography titled "Giorgio Armani," which will arrive in stores Sept. 29. The book will contain photographs by Craig McDean and Peter Lindbergh, and more importantly, text written by the designer himself. {WWD}

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