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Must Read: Zoë Kravitz Covers 'Allure,' Carolina Herrera Pays Tribute to Her Late Nephew With a Politically Charged Statement

Plus, Gigi Hadid believes in aliens.
Zoë Kravitz on the June cover of Allure. Photo: Patrick Demarchelier/Allure

Zoë Kravitz on the June cover of Allure. Photo: Patrick Demarchelier/Allure

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Zoë Kravitz is Allure's June cover star
"Big Little Lies" actress Zoë Kravitz covers Allure's latest issue, posing with a white dove, an exotic cat and some seriously good makeup. In the accompanying interview, Kravitz discusses her platinum hair ("it's work... but I'll stick with it as long as I can"), designer clothes ("if everything you wear is expensive-looking, you look stale") and dressing for comfort ("you don't look cool or sexy if you're uncomfortable"). {Allure}

Carolina Herrera condemns communist regime in tribute to her deceased nephew 
Venezuelan-American designer Carolina Herrera took to Instagram over the weekend to mourn the loss of her nephew, who was abducted and killed in Venezuela. "Our [family's] only hope is that the tragic assassination of our young nephew, Reinaldo and his colleague, Fabrizio will serve to mitigate the terrible carnage and murders that are committed against our youth in Venezuela. The Electoral Results must be respected. The Communist Dictatorship must go," Herrera wrote. {Instagram}

Gigi Hadid goes to NASA for Harper's Bazaar
Gigi Hadid covers the June/July issue of Harper's Bazaar and shares that she and boyfriend Zayn Malik believe in aliens in the interview accompanying the futuristic shoot. Featuring lots of glitter boots (and glitter bodysuits), the images were shot on-site at NASA and feature Hadid posing with all kinds of space-age technology. {Harper's Bazaar}

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