Must Read: Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber's 'Vogue' Paris Editorial Is Out, Vetememes Raincoats Are A Thing Now

Plus, Jerry Lorenzo talks about designing Justin Bieber's tour wardrobe.
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Plus, Jerry Lorenzo talks about designing Justin Bieber's tour wardrobe.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this week.

See Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber's editorial for Vogue Paris
April Vogue Paris cover stars Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber look picture perfect (and nearly identical) in the accompanying editorial. Kaia isn't the only genetically-blessed family member to make an appearance; Crawford's son, 16-year-old Presley Gerber, is also featured with his mom. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Get your Vetememes raincoat now
The oh-so-exclusive Vetements pieces come with a very high price tag — so Davil Tran of Grailed, a menswear reselling site, had the genius idea to sell raincoats printed with the word "Vetememes" for only $59. {Racked}

Hearst reportedly invests more in Complex
Hearst invested $21 million in Complex back in September and now the New York Post reports the media company is investing even more in the men's media network. Hearst declined to comment and Complex couldn't be reached. {New York Post}

Fear of God's Jerry Lorenzo is a believer (yes, without the "b")
Fear of God's Jerry Lorenzo talks to Hypebeast about designing clothes for Justin Bieber's "Purpose" tour. According to Lorenzo, he produced around 80 pieces for the tour and had only three weeks to make them after sketching them. As for the design, Lorenzo wanted to "take the Fear Of God aesthetic and give it a new language that was modernized grunge." He also collaborated with stylist Karla Welch. {Hypebeast}

Let's talk about boys and hair.
Popular men's hairstyles from the fall 2016 runways included textured curls, severe bangs and extra-long lengths. Happy Friday, y'all! {WWD}

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