Must Read: Brooklyn Beckham Covers 'Vogue' China's Youth Mag, Adele Wears Dolce & Gabbana in Video

Plus, Versace appoints new CEO from Alexander McQueen.
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These are the fashion stories making headlines this Friday.

Brooklyn Beckham is featured on the cover of Vogue China's "Vogue Me" issue, along with a Romeo cameo!
Brooklyn Beckham stars on the latest cover of "Vogue Me," Vogue China's bimonthly magazine for millennial readers. The magazine's second issue features Beckham alongside models Heather Kemesky and Jing Wen. Little brother Romeo makes an appearance inside, too. "Vogue Me" hits newsstands on June 1. {Instagram.com/VogueChina}

Adele wears Dolce & Gabbana in her new music video
Adele debuted her latest music video for "Send My Love (To Your New Lover" on Sunday night's BBMAs. The singer wore a floral print gown from Dolce & Gabbana's spring 2016 collection throughout the entire video, which contributed to director Patrick Daughters's trippy vision of overlapped imagery {Youtube}

Versace appoints Alexander McQueen alum as CEO 
A couple months after Kering officially nabbed former Versus designer Anthony Vacarello to lead Saint Laurent, Versace has hired away Alexander McQueen's CEO, Jonathan Akeroyd. "Jonathan brings a proven track record in building global brands, steering growth and driving strategic development. [His] industry expertise and vision will be key to advancing the next phase of Versace's development," said Donatella Versace. {Fashionista inbox}

The relationship between luxury brands and resale sites is tricky
At Recode's Code/Commerce "Shoptalk" event, The Real Real CEO Julie Wainwright explained that while luxury brands frown upon the reselling of its secondhand goods, The Real Real (and other sites like Tradesy and Vestiaire Collective) offer authentic product and, as an advantage, can actually introduce young shoppers to the luxury market. {Glossy}

The Museum of Modern Art is approaching upcoming fashion exhibit slowly
With the success of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute exhibits, it's no surprise that the MoMA is getting in on the "fashion as art" action. The museum announced plans in April to host its first fashion exhibit since 1944, entitled "Is Fashion Modern?" and debuting at the end of next year — that's Dec. 2017. Why the hold up? "We know a lot about design, but we don’t have a scholarly knowledge of fashion," said Paola Antonelli, senior curator at MoMA's Department of Architecture and Design. {The New York Times}

LVMH brought in 145,000 visitors to its "Open Days" over the weekend
LVMH's Journées Particulières, or "Open Days," was held this past weekend and welcomed 145,000 visitors inside the luxury conglomerate's production sites across Europe, including France, Italy, Poland, Spain, Switzerland and the UK. LVMH also hosted a number of activities and workshops for the visitors. On social media, the event's hashtag stirred engagement among 25 million people. {WWD}

Glossier explains why most of their products are sold out
Glossier took to its sister site Into the Gloss to explain why there happens to be a few more "Sold Out" notices on their website than usual. Turns out the beauty brand ran out of its offerings way faster than expected. (Their 12-month inventory was gone in just three months.) Add in the long lead time for production, and customers are experiencing an out-of-stock lull. "We're really sorry. It sucks," the brand admits. {Into the Gloss}

The next Culture Chanel project, titled "The woman who reads," will kick off on Sept. 17 in Venice
Chanel has announced the upcoming Culture Chanel series, an exhibit titled "The woman who reads," which will be on view from Sept. 17 through Jan. 8 at Ca' Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art in Venice. The project will highlight Mademoiselle Chanel's love for books and reading and will showcase jewelry, perfumes, art and other objects from her Paris apartment for the first time. {Fashionista inbox}

Kate Middleton recycles another dress for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Kate Middleton attended the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London wearing a bright green belted dress by Catherine Walker, proving yet again that she's an outfit recycler pro. The Duchess previously wore the dress back in 2014 during her Australian tour. {Us Weekly}

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