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Must Read: Doutzen Kroes and Imaan Hammam Star in Tiffany & Co. Campaign, Goop Label Launches October Collection

Plus, meet Solange Knowles's stylist, Shiona Turini.
Doutzen Kroes for Tiffany & Co. Photo: Daniel Jackson/Tiffany & Co.

Doutzen Kroes for Tiffany & Co. Photo: Daniel Jackson/Tiffany & Co.

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Introducing Tiffany & Co.'s #KnotOnMyPlanet campaign
Tiffany & Co.'s newest campaign may boast an impressive cast of top models including Doutzen Kroes, Imaan Hammam, Mica Arganaraz and Julia Nobis, but perhaps even more impressive is the message behind the black-and-white, Daniel Jackson-lensed images in which each model wears an 18-karat gold elephant brooch. The brand is partnering with the Elephant Crisis Fund to raise funds and awareness to end elephant poaching and the illegal ivory trade, both of which threaten to further endanger the species. Click through the gallery below to view the full campaign. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

How to Goop-ify your October wardrobe
The lifestyle brand (which launched an in-house apparel label last month) is adding two pieces to its line as part of its October Edition: a "work-to-cocktail" black sheath dress and a menswear-inspired wool-and-tweed overcoat. Both items are available on Goop Label's website and retail for $595 and $1,195, respectively. {Fashionista inbox}

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From Teen Vogue editor to Solange Knowles's stylist
In recent years, Solange Knowles has become a bona-fide style star thanks, in part, to her stylist and friend, Shiona Turini, who formerly held positions at W and Teen Vogue before becoming a freelance stylist and editor for New York magazine. In a new interview, Turini discusses everything from Solange's penchant for emerging designers to styling the singer's newest set of music videos, which debuted last week. "She has the final decision on anything," says Turini. "And there is no way me or anyone else is going to get her to wear something she doesn't want to wear." {The New York Times}

Condé Nast hires chief business officer and president of revenue
The publishing giant has tapped former AOL executive Jim Norton as its chief business officer and president of revenue. In the newly created role, Norton will oversee all revenue operations for Condé Nast's 22 titles and foster relationships with clients and brands, and will report to the Condé Nast's president and CEO, Bob Sauerberg. The appointment will take effect October 17. {Fashionista inbox}

Asos launches new "Made in Kenya" collection
The British e-tailer is partnering with charitable clothing workshop Soko Kenya for a 16-piece collection inspired by local children's drawings of giraffes, elephants and the country's landscape. The collection features mood-boosting embroidered floral print dresses, skirts and peplum tops, plus whimsical structured sweatshirts with matching pants. Shop the entire offering here, and click through the gallery below to view a selection of pieces from the collection. {Fashionista inbox}

New Yeezy Boosts might be happening 
According to the Yeezy rumor mill, Kanye West could be releasing three new colorways for his Adidas Yeezy 350 Boosts on Black Friday. While Adidas has yet to confirm the announcement, photos of alleged design samples — featuring a black base with bronze, red and green stripes on the sides — surfaced on Monday, leading many to believe that the new colorways are very much real. We'll let time be the judge here. {WWD

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