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Must Read: 'Vanity Fair' Announces 2016 Best-Dressed List, A Tribute to Bill Cunningham in Bryant Park

Plus, 10 Corso Como will open its only U.S. location in New York City's Seaport District.
Tilda Swinton at the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City. Photo: Ray Tamarra/Getty Images

Tilda Swinton at the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City. Photo: Ray Tamarra/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Thursday.

Vanity Fair announces its 2016 International Best-Dressed List
The magazine revealed the 2016 edition of its annual best-dressed list and (in addition to Barack and Michelle Obama) the lineup includes Zadie Smith, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Helen Mirren and Rei Kawakubo on the women's side, and Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau and Russell Westbrook from the dudes. In addition, Tilda Swinton was inducted into Vanity Fair's Hall of Fame, joining Queen Elizabeth II. View the full list here. {Fashionista Inbox}

Bryant Park will pay tribute to Bill Cunningham during New York Fashion Week
On Thursday, Bryant Park will showcase a tribute to the late and legendary Bill Cunningham just in time for New York Fashion Week. The park's 50 bistro chairs will be arranged in the shape of Cunningham's 35mm camera. Each chair will also be draped in blue fabric to represent his signature French worker's jacket. {Page Six}

10 Corso Como to open in New York City's Seaport District
Milan-based retailer 10 Corso Como will set up its first and only U.S. location in New York City's downtown Seaport District. The culture and commerce destination is slated to open by June 2017, and founder Carla Sozzani told WWD that she wants to focus on "hospitality, food and beverage" rather than fashion. Visitors can expect a 40,000-square-foot food market by Jean-Georges and a renovated Pier 17 with a 1.5-acre rooftop that will hold year-round entertainment events. {Fashionista inbox}

Pierpaolo Piccioli makes his debut as sole creative director of Valentino
Piccioli is looking to make his mark on the Italian heritage brand as the sole creative director, beginning with the launch of a new Rockstud Spike Bag. He's also set a strong communication campaign in motion, revealing the brand's first steps under his lead. To lens the street-inspired campaign ("Humans of New York," served as a reference point), Piccioli tapped fashion photographer Terry Richardson, who has shot previous Valentino Rockstud campaigns. {WWD}

Everything you need to know about NYFW, courtesy of The New York Times
From designer switch-ups to standout model moments, it can be hard (even for us!) to keep up with the goings-on of the fashion industry. Consider this your crash course to all things NYFW. {The New York Times}

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Chanel opens the Jewel Box at Bergdorf Goodman
The iconic French brand is opening an exclusive fine jewelry pop-up shop at NYC department store Bergdorf Goodman. The boutique will be open through Sept. 11. In the meantime, check out the full campaign video, below. {Fashionista Inbox}

Willow Smith is on the cover of Garage magazine
The fashion muse (who also appears on the current cover of Interview alongside her brother, Jaden) stars on Garage's latest issue, featuring an interactive cover with a Snapchat lens that can be accessed by scanning a special Snapcode. In the corresponding cover story, Smith discusses her newest social project, "Be Cool Be Nice," which is focused on cyberbullying. {Fashionista Inbox}

Saks launches exclusive Marc Jacobs denim jacket capsule collection
Haven't you heard? Denim jackets are back in a major way. And in what must be the denim jackets to end all denim jackets, Marc Jacobs has partnered with Saks Fifth Avenue to produce 10 one-of-a-kind jackets in three different colorways (white, black and blue), with a price range of $795-$2,200. The items are decorated with on-brand patches, chains, pins, embroidery and appliqués, and will be available for purchase starting Sept. 10. {Fashionista Inbox}

The September Glossybox. Photo: Courtesy of Glossybox

The September Glossybox. Photo: Courtesy of Glossybox

Glossybox gets the fashion treatment
The beauty subscription service is amping up its fashion cred with a special-edition box featuring artwork by illustrator Antonio Soares. "The September box is the most exciting beauty box of the year," says Britta Fleck, president and managing director, North America for Glossybox. "It has all the prestige products for creating instant glam, taking you from your closet to the catwalk." The box will retail for $21 and will be available online through the end of September. {Fashionista Inbox}

Bonobos is launching activewear
The NYC-based apparel label is carving a path in the activewear market with a full range of men's workout clothes that are putting the cut and fit of the garment first. (Yes, in the style of Lululemon's anti-ball crushing line.)Prices range from $68-$148, and are available for purchase via the brand's e-commerce site, here. {Fashionista Inbox}

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