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Must Read: Kendall Jenner's New La Perla Ads, Chelsea Manning Could Appear in 'Vogue'

Plus, the woman who went missing in the Bermuda Triangle earlier this week is fashion executive Jennifer Blumin.
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These are the stories making headlines on Thursday.

Kendall Jenner's latest La Perla ads have arrived
Instagirl and supermodel Kendall Jenner has been the face of La Perla for a few seasons now, but her latest ads — shot by Mert & Marcus — take a totally new direction. Jenner poses on a set designed by La Perla creative director Julia Haart, full of bright, poppy flowers inspired by Georgia O'Keeffe and Peter Max. It's the perfect backdrop for the Pre-Fall 2017 collection. {Fashionista inbox}

Vogue will reportedly feature Chelsea Manning
Chelsea Manning, the high-profile whistleblower who was freed from prison just days ago, will reportedly appear in the pages of Vogue. While details are scarce, sources tell WWD that Anna Wintour is asking designers for options for Manning. Considering that Vogue isn't one to shy away from political features, we wouldn't be surprised to see Manning in an issue very soon. {WWD}

Karl Lagerfeld is helping Vogue celebrate its 125th anniversary by designing a collection 10 of dresses, all inspired by roses. The limited edition frocks will be sold at Lord & Taylor this summer, and are pretty reasonably priced at $148 to $198 each. {Vogue}

The woman who went missing in the Bermuda Triangle is fashion executive Jennifer Blumin
Jennifer Blumin, who went missing while flying in a private plane near the Bahamas along with her boyfriend and two sons on Monday, is the founder and CEO of the Skylight Group. The Coast Guard recovered debris from the aircraft on Wednesday, but so far there have been no human remains found. The Skylight Group is the commercial real-estate firm responsible for renovating and restoring historical buildings, like Skylight Clarkson Square, where many New York Fashion Week shows have been held over the past several years. {The Cut}

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Latin America's fashion market is growing
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