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Must Read: Karlie Kloss Nabs Two September Covers, Remembering Arnold Scaasi

And Taylor Swift covers 'Vanity Fair.'
The September cover of Vanity Fair. Photo: Vanity Fair

The September cover of Vanity Fair. Photo: Vanity Fair

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Taylor Swift covers Vanity Fair
Taylor Swift graces the September cover of Vanity Fair in a glammed-up photo shot by Mario Testino. Inside, she dishes about her unbreakable girl squad, that controversial Apple letter and how she finally became friends with Kanye West. {Vanity Fair}

Arnold Scaasi dies at 85
Designer Arnold Scaasi, known most notably for dressing first ladies, society women and Barbara Streisand in that 1969 Oscars look, died on Tuesday in New York City from cardiac arrest. He was 85 years old. {New York Times}

Karlie Kloss covers Glamour
Meanwhile, supermodel (and Taylor Swift-BFF) Karlie Kloss is Glamour’s September cover girl. The self-proclaimed “nice girl” wears Gucci on the magazine’s front page, and chats with her pal Derek Blasberg for the cover story. {Glamour}

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Karlie Kloss lands second September cover
In additional Karlie Kloss news, the model is also on the September cover of Flare magazine in what looks essentially like a Joe Fresh ad. Inside, she talks about embodying the essence of the brands she wears on the runway. {Flare}

Former Edun CEO Joins Rebecca Taylor
Janice Sullivan, most recently the CEO of Edun Americas, has been named president of Rebecca Taylor, where she will manage day-to-day business operations and drive brand strategy in the U.S and global markets, while Taylor will remain creative director. {WWD}

Maxim taps Idris Elba
Maxim, which has been undergoing a revamp under new Editor in Chief Kate Lanphear, has just released its first-ever solo male cover, featuring actor Idris Elba. He wears an oversized peacoat and denim on the men's magazine's September issue. {Maxim}

Macy’s expands same-day delivery
Macy’s is competing with Amazon in the race to offer same-day delivery, expanding the service from eight cities to 17 and partnering up with the Uber-like startup Deliv. {Quartz}

Shay Mitchell collaborates on an athleisure line
"Pretty Little Liars" star Shay Mitchell collaborated with Kohl’s on an athleisure line of leggings and graphic tees that, according to the brand's chief merchandising and customer officer, “embodies Shay’s adventurous spirit and fashion savvy.” The line hits stores just in time for back-to-school season. {WWD}