Must Read: Cindy Crawford Wants to 'Preserve' Her Daughter's Childhood, Cos to Open 2nd New York Store

And buyers are loving the latest Gucci collection.
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And buyers are loving the latest Gucci collection.
Kaia Gerber and Cindy Crawford. Photo: Anthony Kwan/Getty Images

Kaia Gerber and Cindy Crawford. Photo: Anthony Kwan/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines this Wednesday.

Cos's second store will open on Friday, Oct. 16.
Scandinavian, H&M-owned clothing label Cos has confirmed it will open its second New York store at 505 Fifth Avenue on Oct. 16. The store will house both menswear and womenswear and will be located near New York landmarks such as the Public Library and Central Park. {Fashionista Inbox}

Cindy Crawford chats with daughter Kaia Gerber.
In the latest "Possible Conversations," Cindy Crawford and daughter Kaia Gerber discuss a range of topics, including Crawford's new book, the role of social media and Gerber's budding modeling career. Regarding the latter, the OG supermodel had this to say to her daughter: "I can provide a road map and help you make good choices. But we also want to preserve your childhood and let you be a 14-year-old when you're 14. There's no rush." Aww, mom! {The Thick}

Gucci gets glowing reviews from retailers.
While New York Fashion Week left some buyers and retailers dissatisfied, it seems as though the opposite can be said of Milan, especially in regards to Gucci's spring 2016 collection. From Linda Fargo of Bergdorf Goodman to Jennifer Wheeler of Nordstrom, retailers responded very strongly to Alessandro Michele's "joy of a collection" for Gucci. {WWD}

Neiman Marcus might hold off on an IPO.
Rumors are swirling as to whether Neiman Marcus will hold off on its initial public offering due to the current nature of the stock market. (China devalued the yuan less than a week after the retailer filed paperwork for an IPO on Aug. 4th.) While nothing's confirmed, it wouldn't be the first time that the retailer has held off on an IPO: in 2013, Neiman Marcus filed the papers, but the company was sold instead. {WWD}

Chanel purchases Gabrielle Chanel's villa.
On Wednesday, Chanel announced the purchase of La Pause, Gabrielle Chanel's villa in the south of France. The designer purchased the land in 1928 and finished construction of the villa in 1930. The villa has hosted famous guests like Salvador Dali, Winston Churchill, Greta Garbo and Jacqueline Onassis. {WWD}

Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott shoot the October issue of Vogue Italia.
Vogue Italia has tapped photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott to shoot the entire October issue. Titled "youth," the very minimal, hip cover features close-ups of models Estella Boersma and Aidan Walsh. We're very curious to see what comes of this new makeover. {Vogue Italia}