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Must Read: Tina Fey Covers 'The Edit,' $8 Jeans Are Coming to Brooklyn

Plus, Vogue follows Princess Leia through New York City.
Tina Fey in Rosetta Getty. Photo: Sebastian Kim/"The Edit" on

Tina Fey in Rosetta Getty. Photo: Sebastian Kim/"The Edit" on

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Tina Fey opens up for, looks hot on Net-a-Porter's The Edit
To coincide with the release of her new film "Sisters" with Amy Poehler, comedy maven Tina Fey graces this week's cover of Net-a-Porter's The Edit. Fey was photographed by Sebastian Kim in a number of party-ready looks by Victoria Beckham, Tom Ford, Rosie Assoulin and more. One of the interview's many highlights includes Fey admitting that her children don't find her that funny. "My daughters [Alice, 10, and Penelope, four] will tell you that I'm exceedingly dull – the fourth funniest person in the family," Fey said. "My four-year-old is rivaling my husband [composer and producer Jeff Richmond] for first place at this point." {The Edit}

Forever 21's even cheaper brand F21 Red is expanding
Forever 21 opened its first F21 Red store in South Gate, Calif. in 2014, offering $2 tank tops and $8 jeans. Since then, the even cheaper shop has expanded with more than 20 locations and plans to open three more stores in Brooklyn, San Diego and Florida's Kendall. The Brooklyn location — 490 Fulton Street to be exact — will have 35,000 square feet of trendy items for women, men and children. {Fashionista inbox}

Vogue followed Princess Leia on a New York City adventure with her Wookiee crush
Director Cass Bird and fashion editor Jorden Bickham transformed model Andreea Diaconu into a modern-day Princess Leia for its latest video short. The Vogue film follows Leia as she traipses through the New York City streets alongside her tall, dark and handsome Wookiee — with a lightsaber fight or two along the way. {Vogue}

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The CFDA releases official fall 2016 schedules for both men's and women's New York Fashion Week
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