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Must Read: Cindy Crawford's '73 Questions', Yeezy Drops a Surprise Calabasas Collection

Plus, luxury brands seek new generation of CEOs to court millennial consumers.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Watch supermodel Cindy Crawford answer Vogue's "73 Questions"
In Vogue's latest celebrity video installment, supermodel Cindy Crawford opens up her Malibu home and gets quizzed about her extraordinary career and equally extraordinary family. Watch her full interview, which features guest appearances by her ridiculously good looking children, in the clip above. {Vogue

Yeezy dropped a surprise Calabasas collection
Over the weekend, Yeezy unexpectedly released a slew of Calabasas-branded gear and some new kicks. Highlights include: an acid yellow dad cap, a three-pack of Calabasas logo socks and a range of tees, sweat suits and sports bras that come freshly washed in earthy tones. The sneaks, dubbed the "Yeezy Wave Runner 700," pay homage to '90s skate shoes, with a chunky silhouette and highlighter laces. {Fashionista Inbox} 

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Luxury brands seek new generation of CEOs to court millennial consumers
In the early aughts, CEOs of luxury companies were chosen based on their demonstrated understanding of finance, administration, operations, production and logistics. But as retail continues to evolve, businesses are looking for new skill sets that are designed to better win over the rising generation of millennial and Gen-Z consumers. Instead of focusing heavily on the functional aspects of running a business, luxury brands are seeking individuals who are innovative, digitally savvy creatives who will shape a brand as a whole and engage their customers along the way. {WWD}

China's athleisure boom is expected to overtake luxury by 2020
The health and wellness boom has reached China, driving sportswear growth into overdrive. This athletic apparel sector threatens to overtake the nation's luxury goods category by 2020, according to a Euromonitor International report. Therefore, China's activewear market has begun to diversify to accommodate the growing number of Chinese consumers who have bought into the athleisure lifestyle. {Jing Daily}

Is the 'Danish Girl' the new 'French Girl'?
Great design can be found in about any corner of Copenhagen — it has long been globally recognized for its expertly crafted furniture and now it's becoming renowned for fashion. Copenhagen Fashion Week just ended and street style images reveal a Danish wonderland filled with herds of cyclists clad in printed dresses. So it comes as no surprise that BoF predicts Denmark's capital will be the next global fashion destination. This season of Copenhagen Fashion Week saw a noticeable rise in international press and buyers, thanks to brands like Ganni and street style personalities such as Pernille Teisbaek, who are garnering world-wide recognition. {Business of Fashion}

Allure will no longer use the term "anti-aging" 
For its September issue, covered by Helen MirrenAllure has announced that it will officially ban the term "anti-aging" from its pages in the future. It's also calling on the industry as a whole to retire the term and to change the conversation surrounding women and aging. {Fashionista Inbox}

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