Must Read: Michelle Obama Goes on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", Bobbi Brown Partners with Uber

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These are the stories making headlines on Wednesday.

Michelle Obama appears on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" 
We've said it before and we'll say it again: We're seriously going to miss having Michelle Obama as our FLOTUS, and her latest appearance on "The Late Show" proves (again) exactly why. Conversation topics ranged from raising Sasha and Malia in the White House to the importance of supporting girls' education (discussed underneath an actual blanket fort). {Entertainment Weekly}

Applying makeup in the back of a car just got way chicer
Legendary makeup artist Bobbi Brown is celebrating the launch of her eponymous line's Retouching Collection (hitting counters this week) by celebrating what women everywhere do everyday: apply makeup in a car. Beginning tomorrow, 40 of her brand's makeup artists (half in NYC, half in LA) plus Brown herself (in New York — sorry, West Coast) will be riding around in Ubers offering express makeovers to riders in 10 minutes or less between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. by entering the code "BOBBIBROWN" in the promotions tab. {WWD}

Introducing #LoveLoft with Jessi Klein
The womenswear label has enlisted "Inside Amy Schumer"'s head writer and executive producer, Jessi Klein as the star of two very funny short films about getting dressed for special occasions and learning to say goodbye to old clothes. Click below to watch one of the clips in full. {Fashionista inbox}

Facebook to launch "dynamic ads for retail"
Nobody wins when retailers run ads on Facebook for products that turn out to be out of stock. (It's a waste of money, and disappointing if it actually turns out to be something you would be interested in purchasing.) In an effort to curb that, Facebook is debuting a new system called "dynamic ads for retail" which will allow merchants to exclusively include advertisements or promotions of products that are currently in the brand's inventory. {AdWeek}

Public School debuts collab collection with New Era and the MLB
Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne are reuniting with sports and lifestyle brand New Era on a series of four new limited-edition baseball hats featuring logos from the New York Yankees and Mets teams. "We grew up die-hard Yanks and Mets fans, respectively," said Chow and Osborne via press release. "Everything we do is so heavily influenced by New York City, so when this opportunity came up — to collaborate on a new hat that symbolized past, present and future — it was a dream come true." Each hat will retail for $75 and will be available from September 29-30 at the Public School x New Era pop up shop in New York City and online via publicschoolnyc.com. {Fashionista inbox}

Tyra Banks, Soo Joo Park, Pyper America Smith and more cover Harper's Bazaar India's 2016 issue 
The Indian version of the Hearst glossy is celebrating women of color with a series of nine covers that feature women including model-mogul Tyra Banks, Cora Emmanuel and Tracey Africa and Geena Rocero, who are the first transgender women to ever appear on a Bazaar cover. "Diversity has always been the DNA of Harper's Bazaar," said Harper's Bazaar India editor Nonita Kalra. "The Indian edition is delighted to follow in such illustrious steps." {Fashionista inbox}

Could this model be the new Cara Delevingne?
Flo Miller made her runway debut at Burberry's recent September 2016 "see now, buy now" show, inspiring Vogue UK to liken her to Cara Delevingne. Cara, we for one think you're irreplaceable, but have to agree — this Scottish newcomer does bare an uncanny resemblance. {Vogue UK}

Michael Kors announces collaboration with Fujifilm
The photography brand is embarking on its first-ever fashion partnership with Michael Kors, who has designed a limited-edition gold metallic colorway of the brand's Instax Mini 70 camera. "With the popularity of Instagram, there's been this huge resurgence lately of film, and I love that," said Kors via press release. "Using instant photography has always been such an integral part of my creative process, whether it's snapping photos of looks in preparation for the shows or taking behind-the-scenes shots. [The Instax mini] provides the perfect combination of timeless, tangible photos with fast-paced glamour and modern technology." {Fashionista inbox} 

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