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Must Read: Mario Testino Photographs New Burberry for 'V,' Everlane Partners with Opening Ceremony

Plus, Stella Maxwell signs her first beauty contract.
Mario Testino for V Magazine. Photo: Mario Testino

Mario Testino for V Magazine. Photo: Mario Testino

These are the stories making headlines on Thursday.

Christopher Bailey talks Burberry's "see now, buy now" collection
With an assist from Mario Testino, no less. The fashion photographer lensed Burberry's September 2017 "see now, buy now" collection for V Magazine, while the brand's creative director Christopher Bailey spoke about the changing pace of fashion and his decision to move the British brand towards fashion immediacy. {V}

Everlane is teaming up with Opening Ceremony
Everlane, our favorite online destination for wardrobe staples we can feel good about, is joining forces with Opening Ceremony for the direct-to-consumer brand's first-ever retail partnership. As part of the collaboration, the brands have come out with two premium cashmere sweaters — a cropped crew and a slightly oversize turtleneck — exclusively for OC's New York and Los Angeles locations. The pieces retail for $225 and $325, respectively, and go on sale Thursday. {Fashionista inbox}

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Rag & Bone launches debut fragrance collection
The New York-based brand is getting into the designer fragrance game with a collection of eight unisex eau de parfum. "It's a natural extension of the brand," said the now-sole designer of the brand, Marcus Wainwright to WWD. "We wanted to create a line that could appeal to the masculine and the feminine, very much like what we do with our ready-to-wear collections." {WWD}

Stella Maxwell (finally!) gets a beauty contract
The supermodel took to Instagram to announce her newest gig: the face of legendary cosmetics brand Max Factor, for which Pat McGrath is global creative design director. See a sneak peek at her first ad below. {Instagram/@stellamaxwell}

IMG signs the world's tallest ballet dancer
Fabrice Calmels, principle dancer of Chicago's Joffrey Ballet, has inked a modeling contract with IMG Models. However, Calmels, who is 6'6, isn't exactly a fashion novice; he recently appeared with Karlie Kloss in a Versace campaign video lensed by Bruce Weber. {WWD}

Homepage photo: Courtesy of Everlane

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