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Must Read: Anna Wintour Advises on Hillary's Wardrobe, Emporio Armani to Show in Paris

Plus, details on Roberto Cavalli's new CEO.
Anna Wintour and Hillary Clinton at a charity event in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Anna Wintour and Hillary Clinton at a charity event in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Here are the stories making headlines on Thursday.

Anna Wintour is helping Hillary Clinton get dressed on the campaign trail
Despite catching some heat for wearing a pricey (but not $12,000-pricey) Giorgio Armani jacket during a speech about income inequality, Hillary Clinton isn't shying away from enlisting fashion experts to help her with her campaign wardrobe. That team now includes Anna Wintour, Vogue EIC and proud Hillary supporter. According to sources, Wintour has facilitated the reaching out to designers to dress Clinton for certain occasions. Not bad, Hillary, not bad. {Business of Fashion

Emporio Armani is heading to Paris for spring 2017
To fête the renovation of the brand's Boulevard Saint-Germain-des-Prés boutique, Giorgio Armani has announced that he will be showing his upcoming Emporio Armani collection in the retail space. According to the designer, the store's proverbial facelift provided the "opportunity to rethink the location and timing of the show." Exact date and time are yet to be announced. {WWD}

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Roberto Cavalli appoints Gian Giacomo Ferraris as CEO
In a string of management shakeups at Roberto Cavalli, Gian Giacomo Ferraris is replacing former CEO Renato Semerari, who is reportedly leaving the brand over "strategic differences." Simultaneously, Cavalli President Francesco Trapani is also exiting, effective in September. "A deep knowledge of the sector and important professional experiences matured by Gian Giacomo Ferraris will allow Roberto Cavalli to consolidate its relaunch," said parent company Clessidra in a statement. "[That is] a foundation of the development plans for the company." {WWD}

Tiffany & Co. creates custom Snapchat lens as part of new social media campaign
The iconic jeweler is making history as the first luxury brand to create a Snapchat lens (only through Thursday!) in addition to a separate geofilter accessible in 93 Tiffany stores in the U.S., accessible until Aug. 31. The white-and-blue hearts lens is part of the brand's #LoveNotLike marketing campaign, fronted by models-slash-Instagirls Pyper America Smith, Fernanda Ly and Imaan Hammam. {WWD}

Meet Hillary Clinton's go-to designer
Nina McLemore might not be a household name just yet, but the designer has one extremely major fan in her cadre: one Hillary Rodham Clinton. A former executive at Liz Claiborne, McLemore has been behind the Democratic presidential nominee's meetings with various heads of state and TV appearances, proudly clad in the tailored jackets and trouser suits we know and love. {The Telegraph}

Gucci documentary fund announces 2016 recipients
Partnering with AOL and the Tribeca Film Institute, Gucci announced the winners of this year's Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund. This year, seven films were selected by a panel of filmmakers, producers and actors, with a total prize of $150,000 awarded for post-production costs (and mentorships in the case of documentary filmmakers). Between this and the house's Gia Coppola-directed film series, it's clear that cinema is closely intertwined with the Gucci DNA. {WWD}

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