Must Read: 'Maxim' Undergoes Another Redesign, Angelina Jolie Covers 'Vogue'

And the founders of Kit & Ace set their sights on $1 billion in sales by 2020.
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And the founders of Kit & Ace set their sights on $1 billion in sales by 2020.
Photo: BEAT Magazine/Ryan McGinley

Photo: BEAT Magazine/Ryan McGinley

These are the stories making headlines this Friday.

Beyoncé dons a flag-striped swimsuit for the cover of Beat
Beyoncé graces the cover of British music magazine Beat in a red striped one-piece, an American flag billowing behind her. The cover was shot by photographer Ryan McGinley and, as you might've guessed, the angle was "An American fucking idol." No word yet on whether she gave an interview. {Beat

Angelina Jolie covers the November issue of Vogue
Angelina Jolie gets personal in her November cover story for Vogue. The actress talks about having her fallopian tubes removed, directing an adaptation of a memoir by Cambodian activist Loung Ung and starring in "By the Sea" with husband Brad Pitt. Readers can also expect to see photos of her entire family (shot by Annie Leibovitz, of course) in the issue. {Today Show}

Maxim to undergo second redesign
Yup, it's happening again. Maxim will unveil another redesign with its December issue after a tough year on the newsstand. This time around, readers can expect better paper stock, bolder photography and more white space. {WWD}

Kit & Ace sets its sights on $1 billion in sales
Kit & Ace, the company that brought you machine-washable cashmere and, soon, technical silk, plans to double its store count by mid-2016, turn a profit by 2018 and bring in sales of $1 billion by 2020. {Bloomberg Business}

Justin Bieber fetes Anya Hindmarch at Barneys in Beverly Hills
Justin Bieber, Anya Hindmarch fan? Apparently. The pop star, alongside Jena Malone and Karla Welch, attended an event celebrating the British leather goods designer at Barneys's Beverly Hills location on Thursday evening. {Instagram}

Miller High Life launches men's apparel
Miller High Life (yes, the beer) has launched a six-piece collection inspired by the company's vintage ads. While some looks feature the Miller logo, other looks were pulled straight from the ads. If you're so inclined, you can shop Miller's new collection here. The brand will also host a pop-up shop in New York on Friday and Saturday. (Yes, there will be free beer.)  {Racked}

Homepage photo: Annie Leibovitz/Vogue