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Must Read: Goop Hires Editorial Director, Olivier Theyskens on Returning to Paris Fashion Week

Plus, what to know about the designer shake-ups across the houses of Dior, Lanvin, Saint Laurent and Valentino.
Goop Editorial Director Nandita Khanna. Photo: Chelsea Lauren/Getty Images

Goop Editorial Director Nandita Khanna. Photo: Chelsea Lauren/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Goop hires editorial director from Condé Nast 
Lifestyle website-turned-start-up Goop is continuing to grow its staff, bringing on former Condé Nast editor Nandita Khanna as editorial director in addition to Allyson Schwartz on the sales side. In her new role, Khanna will be tasked with manning Goop's weekly newsletter and maintaining the brand's social platforms. Goop's editorial team was mostly recently lead by Elise Loehnen, who has been promoted to head of content. {WWD}

Olivier Theyskens on PFW return: "I really feel that I'm doing the right thing."
Ahead of his return to the Paris Fashion Week calendar, Olivier Theyskens sat down with Vogue to discuss working under an eponymous label, his time in New York and how fashion has changed since he first hit the scene in the '90s. "For me, it feels less magical than what it was," he said. "You would see a designer starting something that they likely hoped to do for a long time. It was natural to think that way then, because then you didn’t have people staying for just three years." {Vogue}

Get ready for a series of PFW "firsts"
With Anthony Vaccarello picking up where Hedi Slimane left off, Bouchra Jarrar taking the helm at Lanvin and Maria Grazia Chiuri going to Dior (and leaving Pierpaolo Piccioli as sole creative director of Valentino), this season is sure to be one for the books. Will you be tuning in? {Business of Fashion}

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Sachin & Babi collaborate with W Hotels
In celebration of its 50th hotel opening in Goa, W Hotels has enlisted Sachin & Babi to design a 7-piece capsule collection inspired by the popular beach destination on the coast of India. It's part of the hotel chain's longstanding partnership with the CFDA, of which designers Sachin and Babi Ahluwalia are members. "This project allowed us to revisit our childhood and teenage years, which were spent in Goa," said the designers in a statement. "Street puppets and garlands on sacred cows are shared memories, which imprinted a zeal for celebration, present in our label today." The capsule will be available at the W Goa and and at {Fashionista Inbox}

These are the top 25 red carpet designers
On Tuesday, The Hollywood Reporter released its annual ranking of the top red-carpet fashion designers. Making the cut? Christian Siriano, Demna Gvasalia, Carolina Herrera and Brandon Maxwell, among other. Browse the full list (and start making your Oscar predictions now). {The Hollywood Reporter}

Modeling 101, courtesy of Kaia Gerber 
If you weren't already a fan of Kaia Gerber, you're probably about to become one. In a new Vogue Paris clip, the 15 year-old model gives viewers a lesson in modeling — and applying red lipstick with a blindfold on. (Seriously, we're impressed.) Watch the video in full, below. {Vogue Paris}

Meet Christine Chiu, Beverly Hills housewife and couture customer
Christine Chiu, wife of a prominent Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon, is no stranger to the fashion week scene, and has a lot of strong feeling when it comes to the politics of buying couture. "I buy something at every show," she told The Hollywood Reporter in a new interview. "A few years ago, there was a Chanel dress that I was putting a deposit on and I saw Jessica Chastain wearing it at an Oscar event and thought, 'I don't want the sloppy seconds.' Not that anyone would call couture sloppy." {The Hollywood Reporter}

Odda Magazine's newest issue is a model role call
For the magazine's 11th issue, Odda created eight unique covers starring some of our favorite models, including Hanne Gaby Odiele, Kasia Struss, Presley Gerber and Peyton Knight. The magazine's "Spaces" issue will be available exclusively at 10 Corso Como in Milan and at Idea Books in London's Dover Street Market. Check out all eight covers in the gallery below. {Fashionista inbox}

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