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Must Read: Cara Delevingne to Star in Documentary, Hillary Clinton Wears Ralph Lauren to Final Presidential Debate

Plus, Alexander Wang to participate in an upcoming 92Y Fashion Icons talk.
Cara Delevingne attends the Burberry show during London Fashion Week Spring/Summer collections 2016/2017 in London. Photo: Karwai Tang/Getty Images

Cara Delevingne attends the Burberry show during London Fashion Week Spring/Summer collections 2016/2017 in London. Photo: Karwai Tang/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Thursday.

Introducing "The Cara Project"
Cara Delevingne is the subject of a new documentary that tracks her rapid rise through the fashion ranks, as well as her transition to a career in film. The documentary will be released on DVD, and is currently in the process of courting broadcasters including Mipcom and AFM. You can watch the trailer below. {Variety}

Hillary Clinton chose a white Ralph Lauren pantsuit for the final debate
For the final presidential debate on Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton opted for a cream-colored, wool crepe curved-front jacket and matching wool crepe pants courtesy of Ralph Lauren Collection, making the designer the unofficial outfitter for each of her debates. (She wore a navy suit with a dove-gray lapel for the most recent debate, and a bold red pantsuit for the first.) {WWD}

Fern Mallis to host Alexander Wang for upcoming "92Y Fashion Icons" talk
On November 3 at 7 p.m., the designer will sit down with Fern Mallis for the latest installment of her long-running series of fashion industry-centric discussions at the 92Y. Visit for more information and to purchase tickets — we can assure you that Wang is a very lively speaker. {Instagram/@alexanderwangny}

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How the U.S. election affected the global luxury goods market 
Due to fluctuating currency exchange rates, political shake-ups and overall volatility stateside and across the pond — not to mention an increased awareness of terrorism — wealthy shoppers are traveling and spending less, according to a study published on Thursday by the Italian luxury goods association Altagamma and the global consultants Bain & Co. "This is not happening by default," Bain partner Claudia D'Arpizio told Business of Fashion. "Brands are refocusing on the local customer base and working to develop products that are more affordable and more inclusive to meet their needs." {The New York Times}

Saks is test-driving a freestanding shoe store format 
The iconic department store is going feet-first with a new specialty boutique in Greenwich, Connecticut, that will exclusively carry footwear from Saks's roster of designers, including Chanel, Prada, Gucci, Nicholas Kirkwood and Stuart Weitzman. The 14,000-square-foot, split-level location has reportedly been in the works for years and is located minutes away from a nearby Saks Fifth Avenue location. {WWD}

Garage has a new editor-in-chief
The magazine has appointed Thessaly La Force as its new editor-in-chief, with founder and former EIC Dasha Zhukova assuming the role of creative director. Most recently, La Force was a senior editor at Travel & Leisure, and previously held staff positions at The New Yorker, The Paris Review and Vogue. "Thessaly has an impressive editorial background that brings together art, fashion and design," said Zhukova in an interview with Business of Fashion. "She has the ability to intelligently communicate cultural trends to a mass audience." {Business of Fashion}

Bill Murray's golf apparel line is here
On Thursday, the actor — along with his five brothers — officially debuted an eponymous line of apparel called William Murray Golf, which consists of whimsical polo shirts, shorts and hats. The entire range will be carried on the brand's e-commerce site and through their exclusive partner, Click through the gallery below for a selection of pieces from the collection. {Fashionista inbox}

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