Must Read: Cara Delevingne Pushes a Paparazzo, Selena Gomez Discusses Her Fashion Immersion

Plus, the industry reacts positively to Demna Gvasalia's appointment at Balenciaga.
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Plus, the industry reacts positively to Demna Gvasalia's appointment at Balenciaga.

These are the stories making headlines this Thursday.

Cara Delevingne pushes a paparazzo while clad in Chanel.
Cara Delevingne has made no mystery of her negative feelings about the paparazzi, once going so far as to say if she can't rant about them, "these situations would probably end in violence." Well, one has. The model-turned-actress pushed a paparazzo in Paris on Tuesday and then promptly ran away from the scene, as you can watch above. We're not really sure what we like more: the shove or the quick, guilty escape. {Youtube}

Selena Gomez talks about fashion and working with stylist Kate Young.
Selena Gomez has been making a fashion play lately with help from her newish stylist Kate Young. According to the singer and actress, Young has been really pushing her to try new looks. And regarding her immersion into fashion, Gomez admitted that it was like putting together a puzzle at first. Now, it's "very addicting." {WWD}

What's next for Alexander Wang?
With success in both luxury and mass market sectors, Wang has managed to serve a wide range of customers while still maintaining his brand's identity. Next, the designer will focus on retail expansion, particularly in the US and Europe. {Business of Fashion}

How is the industry reacting to Demna Gvasalia's Balenciaga appointment?
On Wednesday, Balenciaga announced that Vetements designer Demna Gavasalia would be the luxury brand's next creative director. And the response from the fashion industry has been overwhelming positive, with most agreeing that Gvasalia has what it takes to "shake up the system." {Business of Fashion}

Bloggers cover Elle Thailand.
For its October issue, Elle Thailand has tapped Margaret Zhang, Tina Leung and L’Oréal Paris's newest ambassador Kristina Bazan as its cover stars. The cover was also shot by Zhang. Talk about bloggers taking over. {Instagram}

Net-a-Porter will revive Elizabeth and James's feathered sweater, thanks to Sarah Rutson.
On Oct. 14, Net-a-Porter and Elizabeth and James will launch an exclusive three-piece capsule featuring the brand's ostrich feather knit sweater in charcoal, burgundy and ivory. Sarah Rutson, the retailer's new VP of global buying, made the executive decision to revive it because people asked her about it every time she wore it. It's a bit pricey at $485, but clearly it will get you noticed. {Fashionista Inbox}

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