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Must Read: Prabal Gurung Writes for Lenny Letter, Meet Michelle Obama's Stylist

Plus, Emma Stone answers 73 questions for "Vogue."
Prabal Gurung attends the Saks Downtown x Vogue event in New York City. Photo by Michael Stewart/Getty Images

Prabal Gurung attends the Saks Downtown x Vogue event in New York City. Photo by Michael Stewart/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Prabal Gurung pens essay for Lenny Letter
In "Fashion for All," the designer discusses the importance of body diversity in fashion, urging more brands to design clothes for a wider range of shapes and sizes. Gurung, who announced a recent collaboration with Lane Bryant, also made sure that his activewear line Prabal Gurung Sport featured sizes XS to XXL. "We are at a turning point in our industry, a fork in the road where industry leaders have to make a choice: do we stay on the path we know and continue to design for the same women, or do we instead try a new approach?" writes Gurung. {Lenny Letter}

Emma Stone answers Vogue's 73 questions
The actress, who stars in the upcoming film "La La Land," answered 73 rapid-fire questions as part of Vogue's online video series. Check it out below. (A dog in a raincoat is involved.) {Vogue}

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Meet the lady who dresses the First Lady
In addition to her numerous projects and progressive initiatives, Michelle Obama will no doubt go down in history as one of the most fashion-forward First Ladies ever. The woman who's been helping her along the way? Meredith Koop, who, with a few months left in her current role, sat down with Harper's Bazaar to discuss what the experience has been like, and what she plans to do next. Of Obama's decision to wear young, up-and-coming designers, Koop says "it creates this feeling that anything is possible." {Harper's Bazaar}

How Vetements enters into a new market
Vetements is doing its own thing, and clearly, it's working. This piece takes a look at the the brand's approach to entering the Korean market, from a garage-sale themed pop-up shop to an "Official Fake" collection of items recreated from past collections. {Glossy}

Karl Lagerfeld does not have an ego problem like "other designers"
In a new profile, Karl Lagerfeld talks about his 51-year tenure as creative director at Fendi (which, Lagerfeld points out, is the "longest collaboration in fashion") and how he differs from other designers. "I'm not on an ego trip," he says. "I'm only interested in the craft and the design and to work with people I enjoy. Many other designers have an ego problem." {Harper's Bazaar}

Hilary Swank launches athleisure line
The actress is the latest celebrity to develop a range of activewear apparel (see also: Kate Hudson, Beyoncé, Carrie Underwood), with the ethos of being fully functional without sacrificing style. Her line, Mission Statement, carries a range of tops, leggings, pants, outerwear and sweaters produced in Italy and Portugal. It's available exclusively on the brand's website, and prices start from $125.{Fashionista inbox}

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