Must Read: Jaden Smith Covers 'Nylon', Tommy Hilfiger Teases Gigi Hadid Fragrance Campaign

Plus, Vanessa Redgrave to star in Gucci's cruise campaign.
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These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Jaden Smith nabs Nylon's first-ever solo male cover
Outside of the now-defunct Nylon Guys (2004-2015), Nylon had yet to publish a solo male cover until today. Jaden Smith appears on the magazine's August 2016 issue wearing an Isabel Marant top and Gucci denim jacket with aplomb. {Nylon}

Gigi Hadid stars in Tommy Hilfiger fragrance teaser clip
In a brand-new clip for Tommy Hilfiger's forthcoming "The Girl" fragrance, Gigi Hadid hangs out with a crew of male models clad in white caps and little else. Predictably adorable nautical antics ensue, including striking poses on a set made to look like a ship deck and plenty of hat-tossing. {Daily Mail}

Vanessa Redgrave is reaching peak Brit levels in her Gucci campaign
The award-winning 79-year old actress is currently shooting a campaign for Gucci's cruise 2017 collection with Alessandro Michele at Chatsworth House (the 16th century home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire) in Derbyshire. Michele staged the collection's runway show at Westminster Abbey, so it appears that the campaign will pick up on his recent Anglophilia. We're into it. {The Telegraph}

Why are plus-size models ignored by the beauty industry?

If anything actually manages to fall into a "one-size-fits-all" category, it would be makeup. So if you don't need to be a size 0 to wear eyeshadow, why are curvy models snubbed by major beauty brands? "Plus-size models are obviously needed in fashion because there are plus-size clothing lines," said model Jennie Runk, who starred in a 2013 H&M swimwear campaign. "But when you’re thinking about images where bodies aren’t involved, there’s not much discussion of size diversity yet." {The New York Times}

Vice Media buys a majority stake in Garage Magazine
The art and culture glossy founded by street style darling Dasha Zhukova has been acquired by Vice Media. Zhukova, who serves as Editor-in-Chief, will remain in her role and her editorial team is set to expand, potentially through international editions. In a similar move to the media company's acquisition of i-D in 2012, this recent purchase continues Vice's strategy to cater to a more indie, fashion-focused readership. {The Financial Times - sub req.}

48 hours in the life of Justin O'Shea
As the new creative director of Brioni, Justin O'Shea's fashion week plans now consist of a lot less running from show to show with girlfriend Veronika Heilbrunner and more model castings and last-minute fittings. "To create a movement, you need to do more than just the clothes," said O'Shea. "It’s everything." {T Magazine}

Margot Robbie is Vanity Fair’s latest cover girl
The star of "The Legend of Tarzan" appears on the cover of Vanity Fair's August 2016 issue clad in a simple white bikini with the clear blue waves of the St. Barth's Grand Cul de Sac lagoon in the background. In the interview, Robbie dishes about growing up in Australia and her seemingly swift ascent to the Hollywood A-list. {Vanity Fair}

Margot Robbie on the August 2016 cover of Vanity Fair. Photo: Patrick Demarchelier

Margot Robbie on the August 2016 cover of Vanity Fair. Photo: Patrick Demarchelier

Gia Coppola and Everlane launch a capsule collection
Director and screenwriter Gia Coppola launched her first-ever clothing collection for Everlane. Inspired by L.A.'s endless summer season, Coppola designed six striped basics, including tees, tanks, shorts, rompers and mini dresses, in '70s-inspired silhouettes. Naturally, Coppola released a fashion film alongside the collaboration. The short video showcases her friends and fellow creatives lounging around an empty pool in her new designs, which range in price from $30 to $48 and is available now on Everlane.com. {Fashionista Inbox}

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