Must Read: Polo Ralph Lauren Reveals 2018 Olympic Closing Ceremony Uniforms, Aidy Bryant Poses For 'New York' Magazine's The Cut

Plus, Lais Ribeiro will wear the $2 million Fantasy Bra at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai.
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Plus, Lais Ribeiro will wear the $2 million Fantasy Bra at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai.
Photo: @poloralphlauren/Instagram

Photo: @poloralphlauren/Instagram

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Polo Ralph Lauren reveals 2018 Olympic Closing Ceremony uniforms
The 100-day countdown to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games has officially begun and to gear eager figure-skating fans up for the big event in South Korea, Polo Ralph Lauren revealed its closing ceremony uniforms for team U.S.A. The American winter athletes will end the games outfitted in crisp white down jackets, navy fleece pants with red stripes, patriotic sweaters, cold-weather accessories done in winter-inspired intarsia patterns and chunky brown suede mountaineering boots. {WWD}

Aidy Bryant poses for New York magazine's The Cut
On Wednesday morning, New York magazine's The Cut took to Instagram to post an image of "SNL" star Aidy Bryant posing in a part-sequin, part '80s ruffle getup on its November cover. The accompanying caption starts off with a long list of justified wants from The Cut's editor-in-chief, Stella Bugbee, and closes by hinting at additional November covers, starring stripper-turned-rapper Cardi B, president of HBO Sheila Nevins and New York's First Lady Chirlane McCray. But until The Cut decides to unveil its other covers, we'll just be reveling in Bryant's fierce smize. {@thecut/Instagram}

Lais Ribeiro will wear the $2 million Fantasy Bra at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai 
Every year, Victoria's Secret selects one of its Angels to sport the coveted Fantasy Bra for its annual lingerie extravaganza. On Wednesday, the lingerie brand announced that Brazilian model and two-year-standing Angel Lais Ribeiro as the 2017 wearer of the $2 million bra, which is embellished with 18 karat gold leaf, yellow sapphires, handset diamonds and blue topaz. You can watch Ribeiro and her ornately bedazzled breasts walk the runway in Shanghai on Nov. 28 on CBS. In the meantime, grab a peek at the glittering creation — both Ribeiro and the bra — below. {Fashionista inbox}

Lais Ribeiro in the 2017 Fantasy Bra. Photo: Courtesy of Victoria's Secret

Lais Ribeiro in the 2017 Fantasy Bra. Photo: Courtesy of Victoria's Secret

The new Bill Cunningham documentary is out this month 
It's been more than a year since the legendary streetwear photographer Bill Cunningham passed, and a new documentary out this month takes a closer look at his fascinating life. In "The Times of Bill," director Mark Bozek goes behind Cunningham's iconic lens — and blue workman jacket — to shed light on his experiences and his home life in the artist living quarters of Carnegie Hall. {The Cut}

Calvin Klein on creating fashion's most controversial — and sexiest — imagery 
The release of Calvin Klein's 450-page photography book in mid-October has stirred discussions about the designer's provocative, era-defining imagery. In an interview with i-D, the iconic designer shares his intentions behind the decades of scandalous Calvin Klein ads, his love of creating clothes for women and what he believes to be his greatest achievement — spoiler: it's not creating a wave of Insta-wannabes documenting life in their "Calvins" {i-D}

Burberry's chief executive officer Marco Gobbetti searches for Christopher Bailey's replacement 
Fashion is once again playing its favorite game of creative director musical chairs. On Tuesday, Christopher Bailey announced the end of his run with Burberry, after 17 years designing for the brand. And according to WWD, the industry's never-ending rumor mill says that Burberry's CEO Marco Gobbetti — the former CEO of Céline — could pluck Phoebe Philo from her role as chief designer at the label to come head up the British heritage brand, which would then of course mean that Céline would also need a new creative leader. {WWD}

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