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Must Read: 'Vanity Fair' Releases 2017 Hollywood Portfolio, Tom Pecheux Named Global Beauty Director of YSL Beauté

Plus, how Mary Tyler Moore influenced the fashion industry.
Photo: Annie Leibovitz/Instagram/@vanityfair

Photo: Annie Leibovitz/Instagram/@vanityfair

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

The Vanity Fair Hollywood portfolio has a Lot Of Fashion
The Condé Nast title released its annual portfolio of Hollywood's actresses du moment, and we're pretty pleased with the lineup this year. The cast, photographed by Annie Leibovitz, includes several fashion industry darlings, including Emma Stone, Ruth Negga, Greta Gerwig and both Fanning sisters in addition to a with-child Natalie Portman and portfolio veterans Amy Adams and Lupita Nyong'o. {Vanity Fair}

Tom Pecheux named Global Beauty Director of YSL Beauté
YSL Beauté has tapped Tom Pecheux, the former creative director for Estée Lauder and Shiseido, as its Global Beauty Director. The move is reportedly part of parent company L'Oréal's ongoing efforts to reposition the prestige brand as a power player in luxury beauty. Pecheux is among the most sought-after makeup artists in the industry, and his work is frequently seen in editorials and at major runway shows. {Business of Fashion}

Remembering Mary Tyler Moore
The iconic actress who passed away yesterday at the age of 80 didn't just redefine what it meant to be an American woman on television; she also left an indelible mark on the fashion industry. She will be sorely missed. {The New York Times}

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"The Devil Wears Prada" is coming to Broadway
The now-iconic fashion industry movie that inspired a million fashion memes is going to be reimagined as a Broadway musical written by none other than pop legend Elton John and Obie winner Paul Rudnick. "I'm a huge fan of both the book and the feature film, and a huge aficionado of the fashion world," John said in a statement. "I can't wait to sink my musical teeth into this hunk of popular culture." That's all. {Playbill}

How big-name retailers are gearing up for 2017
It's no secret that e-commerce and mobile shopping are swiftly encroaching on retail territory that was once dominated by the in-store experience, and it looks like 2017 will be no exception. "Brick-and-mortar retailers will evaluate store fleets relative to e-commerce and make decisions on what they believe to be the right ratio of stores to e-commerce," explained Marvin Ellison, J.C. Penney's chairman and chief executive officer, in an interview with WWD. {WWD}

Introducing the new wave of international Vogue editors
On the heels of Alexandra Shulman's exit from Vogue UK, it seems that Condé Nast is entering a new generation of editors in chief for the various international editions of VogueEmanuele Farneti is set to fill the role for a post-Franca Sozzani Vogue ItaliaDeena Aljuhani Abdulaziz will be the inaugural EIC of Vogue Arabia; and just last year, Karla Martinez was appointed editor-in-chief of Vogue Mexico and Vogue Latin America. {Business of Fashion}

Tom Ford International has a new Chief Marketing Officer
Charlotte Blechman has been appointed Chief Marketing Officer of Tom Ford, a newly created role that will consist of overseeing communications, public relations and advertising for the brand, in addition to guiding the company's digital and social marketing presence. Blechman will start at the end of the month and will report directly to Tom Ford Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Tom Mendenhall. {Fashionista inbox}

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