Must Read: Moschino Launches Runway Capsule Collection, Lottie Moss is Bulgari's New Brand Ambassador - Fashionista

Must Read: Moschino Launches Runway Capsule Collection, Lottie Moss is Bulgari's New Brand Ambassador

Plus, Lane Bryant debuts a new campaign starring Gabourey Sidibe, Danielle Brooks and more familiar faces.
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The finale walk at Moschino spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

The finale walk at Moschino spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

These are the stories making headlines on Friday.

Moschino puts the "capsule" in capsule collection
Yesterday, Jeremy Scott sent down a cavalcade of IRL paper dolls down the runway in Milan. And just as the brand has been doing since before the term "see now, buy now" started dominating fashion, it released a capsule collection straight off the runway. Get your fashion prescription filled with pill-printed sweatshirts and backpacks, plus Insta-bait accessories and phone cases. See the gallery below for a selection of fresh-off-the-runway items available for purchase starting Sunday at retailers including Stylebop, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and Net-a-Porter. {Fashionista inbox}

Bulgari names its newest accessories ambassador
And her name is Lottie Moss. The 18 year-old model will be the face of the Italian jewelry brand's spring 2017 accessories collection. Moss has previously landed modeling gigs for Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and PacSun Denim, making Bulgari a major step towards a future in ~*high fashion.*~ {WWD}

Lane Bryant's latest campaign stars Ashley Graham and Gabourey Sidibe
The plus-size retailer's forthcoming fall campaign, "#ThisBody Is Made to Shine", stars familiar brand faces, such as models Ashley Graham and Candice Huffine, alongside actresses including Gabourey Sidibe and Danielle Brooks. The images and videos, lensed by Cass Bird, are a continuation of previous Lane Bryant campaigns that seek to reinvent the narrow ideals of beauty seen in lingerie and apparel ads. "With previous campaigns we've helped disrupt the dated and ridiculous views and depictions of the 'perfect' body displayed in the media," said Lane Bryant President and CEO Linda Heasley. "With '#ThisBody Is Made to Shine', we intend to encourage women to embrace even more positivity and turn the tables on negativity in order to overcome social misconceptions." {WWD}

A plus-size menswear fashion show makes a statement in Tokyo
Earlier this week, 11 plus-size amateur male models strutted down a catwalk in Tokyo to fight back against the stigmatization of obesity in Japan. The collection, called Tokyo Pochari ("plump"), was jointly organized by a local fashion magazine and plus-size retailer Sakazen Shoji Co. "I wanted to spread a notion that big and tall men, who have trouble finding clothes to wear, can actually choose from a wider varieties of outfits and enjoy being fashionable," said Sakazen's sales manager Li Tianwei. {Reuters}

Gucci Mane reviews Gucci spring 2017 The Atlanta-born rapper sat down with Vogue.com to react to the collection sent down the runway at Alessandro Michele's latest show for Gucci. Mane, wearing a rust-colored sweatshirt and oversize frames, described the looks as "icy," "hard" and "nasty." Okay! See the video below. {Vogue}

Vogue UK sits down with Millie Bobby Brown The 12-year-old star of "Stranger Things" caught up with Vogue UK's Lisa Niven to talk about her breakout role, performing at the Emmy's and maintaining friendships despite her newfound fame. "I kind of knew it would happen, that [the show] would be big, because our writers are geniuses and we have a great cast," said Brown in the interview. "We're like a family." {Vogue UK}

Paula Schneider exits American Apparel
American Apparel CEO Paula Schneider, who came to the L.A.-based brand 18 months ago to lead its revival efforts, will be exiting her position next month as the company continues to look for a buyer. She will be succeeded by Chelsea Grayson, the company’s general counsel and chief administrative officer, who will officially assume the title on October 3. {WWD

InStyle to host second annual awards
The fashion magazine's sophomore InStyle Awards will be held at the Getty Center in Los Angeles on October 24, and will celebrate the contributions of actors and artists to the fashion industry. The ceremony will be hosted by the glossy's new editor-in-chief, Laura Brown, and is set to honor Nicole Kidman (who will receive the Style Icon award), Tom Ford, Shailene Woodley, stylist Leslie Fremar and makeup artist Sir John, among others. {Fashionista inbox}

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