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Must Read: Anna Wintour Talks to 'Glamour' About Imperfection, Instagram Opens Up Ads

And Kenya Kinski Jones, daughter of music producer Quincy Jones, discusses her fledgling modeling career.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Glamour staff talks digital future
Last week, Condé Nast Chairman Charles Townsend, Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour and social media "guru" Gary Vaynerchuk sat down with the editors of Glamour to discuss the growing importance of digital and social media, which left some editors wondering if print jobs would hold less importance in the future. The famously perfectionist Wintour also encouraged editors to "not hyperventilat[e] about perfection." {WWD}

Condé Nast in talks to launch Vogue Arabia
In other Condé Nast news, the publisher is reportedly in "early talks" to launch Vogue Arabia, which would bring Vogue's total international edition count to 22 and allow the publisher — and its advertisers — to tap into the Middle East's strong appetite for luxury fashion. {WWD}

Instagram opens up to more advertisers
Get ready for more ads on Instagram: The Facebook-owned photo-sharing platform has opened up its advertising API, allowing marketers to buy, plan and track Instagram ads without having to contact a sales representative. {Business Insider}

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