Must Read: Elle Fanning, Kanye West Are 'New Royals' on 'W', Anna Wintour Meet-and-Greet Up for Auction

Plus, Chloe Sevigny, Chance the Rapper and more will star in ads for Kenxo x H&M.
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Elle Fanning on "W," October 2016. Photo: Mario Sorrenti/"W"

Elle Fanning on "W," October 2016. Photo: Mario Sorrenti/"W"

These are the stories making headlines on Monday.

W Magazine names its 2016 Royals
Fresh off its Rihanna-fronted September fashion issue, W Magazine has enlisted Elle Fanning, Kanye West and more for its annual 'Royals' portfolio. This year's class spans "the worlds of film, television, fashion and society" — because at W, they "don't believe that royalty is a birthright." Catch up on all the covers (and the full list of 22 celebrities who made the cut) now. {W}

Win this auction, tour the Vogue fashion closet with Anna Wintour
If you're anything like us, you're probably going to want to pay attention to Charitybuzz's latest auction. The USTA Foundation, the national charitable organization of the United States Tennis Association, is auctioning off a package that includes a meet-and-greet with Anna Wintour and lunch for two with Vera Wang. With an estimated value of $30,000 (?!), the auction closes on Sept. 15. {Charitybuzz}

Chloë Sevigny, Iman and Chance the Rapper to front H&M x Kenzo campaign
With H&M's upcoming Kenzo collaboration scheduled to hit stores in November, the buzz is starting to build. Before the ads break on Oct. 17, H&M revealed on Monday that it had tapped Jean-Paule Goude to shoot Chloë Sevigny, Rosario Dawson, Iman and Chance the Rapper, as well as musician Ryuichi Sakamoto and hip-hop artists Suboi and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez. {Fashionista inbox}

Glamour launches special plus-size issue for fall
On Monday, Glamour revealed its fall special interest publication: "Fashion for You," which caters to women sizes 12 and up. Like the spring issue, which starred Ashley Graham and prompted a barrage of backlash from Amy Schumer, this fall's iteration remains focused on shopping options, including dresses, skirts, coats, shoes and more. Swedish model Sabina Karlsson, whose New York Fashion Walk has already included runway gigs for Chromat and Christian Siriano, serves as the issue's cover star. {Glamour}

Kim Kardashian stars on Wonderland's fall 2016 issue
Kim Kardashian, an extremely famous person whom even my 90-year-old grandmother recognizes, is on the extremely ethereal cover of Wonderland's fall 2016 issue, shot by Petra Collins and styled by Zara Mirkin. {@wonderlandmag/Instagram}

Tom Ford wins Leone d'Argento award at Venice Film Festival
It's already been a good month for Tom Ford, who not only made his return to New York Fashion Week last Wednesday, but also just scooped up the prestigious Leone d'Argento award for his second film — "Nocturnal Animals," starring Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon, Isla Fisher, Laura Linney and more — at the Venice Film Festival. {WWD}

Alexa Chung's Archive by Alexa collection to return to Marks & Spencer
If you didn't get your paws on Alexa Chung's first Archive by Alexa collection for Marks & Spencer (which debuted for the British retailer in February), you're in luck: the line's second installment — once again inspired by the M&S archive — is due out Nov. 1. {British Vogue}

The New Yorker takes on Alessandro Michele
Since Alessandro Michele took the creative lead at Gucci last January, he's managed to keep himself largely under the radar. (Even his Instagram, though public, doesn't do much to inform us of his personal life.) But a new profile in The New Yorker, titled "Gucci’s Renaissance Man," gives us a glimpse of the man behind the brand, with writer, Rebecca Mead, visiting his studio in Rome. {The New Yorker}

GiGi New York sends Tommy Hilfiger a cease and desist
Leather handbag and accessory company GiGi New York is coming after Tommy Hilfiger with a cease and desist over the widely Instagrammed #TommyxGigi collection. GiGi New York claims that Hilfiger has misused "its mark on product and in marketing of handbags" which may cause "consumer confusion." Meanwhile, Hilfiger has reportedly notified GiGi New York that it doesn't intend to recognize GiGi New York's logo, which is trademarked. {Fashionista inbox}

Women's J.Crew merchandise launches at Nordstrom
Last month, Nordstrom announced that it will sell an edited assortment of J.Crew's latest collection at select Nordstrom stores and online beginning Sept. 12. Well, guess what day it is? Interested shoppers can now go crazy with the curated selection of Italian cashmere, leather cross body and saddlebags, scarves, outerwear, separates and more. {Nordstrom}

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