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Must Read: 'Stranger Things' Star Millie Bobby Brown Covers 'Interview,' Free People Casts Customers in November Catalog

Plus, Balenciaga has a new CEO.
"Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown on "Interview," Nov. 2016. Photo: Mikael Jansson/"Interview"

"Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown on "Interview," Nov. 2016. Photo: Mikael Jansson/"Interview"

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

"Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown covers Interview
Eleven — er, "Stranger Things"'s Millie Bobby Brown — has landed her very first magazine cover, and it's a biggie: Interview's Nov. 2016 issue. Lensed by Mikael Jansson, the issue features the 12-year-old "It" Brit as interviewed by a fellow teen-dream, 14-year-old "Dance Moms" star Maddie Ziegler. We'll be picking up this issue stat (and adding Brown's editorial to our rapidly expanding #FashWall). {Interview}

Who needs models when your customers are this gorgeous?
For Free People's November catalog, the brand enlisted six customers to model its new in-house beauty and wellness line, echoing similar choices from labels like Aerie and J.Crew. "For our November catalog, we wanted to dedicate a special section to our lovely FP Me customers and celebrate their natural beauty," Free People's art director, Lauren Cohan, told Allure, referencing the brand's own online social community, where fans can share photos and interact with fellow shoppers. "We're so inspired by the spirit of the photos that they post and felt it was essential to include that feeling in the campaign." {Allure}

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Balenciaga has a new CEO
Cédric Charbit, who most recently served as executive vice president of product and marketing at Yves Saint Laurent, is poised to join the Demna Gvasalia-led house, succeeding longtime Balenciaga CEO Isabelle Guichot, who will reportedly assume new responsibilities within Kering. The appointment takes effect on Nov. 28, with Charbit reporting to François-Henri Pinault, chairman and CEO of Kering. {WWD}

Yoox Net-a-Porter Group aims to be 75 percent mobile by 2020
In an effort to align itself with an increasingly mobile customer base, Yoox Net-a-Porter Group has announced its goal of becoming 75 percent mobile by the end of the decade. (In other words, the company is pushing for smartphones and tablet purchases to account for three-quarters of total sales.) "One of my biggest objectives is to transform the company into a mobile-only company," Federico Marchetti, CEO of Yoox, said to the Associated Press. "It's a new luxury conglomerate of the digital era." {Associated Press}

Get ready for a fast fashion boom
According to a recent study by McKinsey & Co., the rise of fast-fashion is only intensifying as middle classes in developing countries like Brazil, China, India, Mexico and Russia expand. And moving towards a trend of increasingly disposal fashion means bad news for the environment, with the apparel industry being one largest global pollutants. Come on, everyone: No $20 dress is that cute. {Quartz}

Pitti Uomo announces January 2017 guest designers
The Florence-based menswear fashion event has named its guest designers for Pitti Immagine Uomo 91, which will take place early next year from Jan. 10-13, 2017. Paul Smith has been named Pitti Immagine Special Guest, Tim Coppens is Menswear Guest Designer, Golden Goose Deluxe Brand is the Special Project and Cottweiler for Reebok will be the Designer Project. {Fashionista inbox}

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