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Must Read: Grace Coddington And Her Cat Cover 'Puss Puss' Magazine, NikeLab Partners With Emerging Designers

Plus, Nicopanda is hosting a sample sale to benefit the American Refugee Committee.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Juergen Teller photographed Grace Coddington and her cat for Puss Puss Magazine
The biannual magazine for "culture, fashion-, music- and cat lovers" features the famed creative director posing with her cat on one of the four covers of its fifth issue. Other covers for the issue feature portraits of artist and fashion darling India Menuez and model Jane Moseley, in addition to a shot by beloved late photographer Ren Hang. The issue officially launches on Friday with an event at Dashwood Books in NYC. {Fashionista inbox}

NikeLab is partnering with emerging designers to promote the Air Vapormax
Five artists hailing from London and New York each created designs that dramatically highlight the movement of the wearers as part of a campaign for the much-anticipated sneaker. Using innovative materials like plastic packaging film, Neoprene mesh and flocked fabric, the up-and-coming designers drew inspiration for their looks from the "visible air" pockets in the bottom of the sneaker. {Fashionista inbox}

Nicopanda sample sale will benefit the American Refugee Committee
Nicola Formichetti is holding a curated archival pop-up shop, featuring pieces both from Nicopanda's unproduced samples as well as Formichetti's own collection, to benefit the American Refugee Committee. The sale will take place March 24-26 at 50 White Street in New York. {Fashionista inbox}

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