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Must Read: Grace Elizabeth Is 'Love' Advent's Yoga Queen, Snoop Dogg's Son Lands First Modeling Campaign

Plus, how Ryan Seacrest went from entertaining on-screen to building a lifestyle empire off-screen.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

See Grace Elizabeth's impressive yoga poses for the latest Love Advent 
On the fourth day of the New Year, Love's Advent Calendar series gifted us with Grace Elizabeth going into Downward Dog and headstand poses with some impressive yogi flow. The 20-year-old Florida-raised beauty and vinyasa queen wears star-spangled cheeky briefs and a bra with sequin flowers in the Phil Poynter-directed clip, which you can watch above. {Love Magazine}

Snoop Dogg's son lands first modeling campaign
Cordell Broadus, the 20-year-old son of rapper Snoop Dogg, has just booked his first modeling campaign with MCM. However, he's no stranger to the sartorial spotlight, having already walked in the runways for Dolce & Gabbana and Philipp Plein. And when he's not showing his pretty face all over Milan and New York, he's serving as the creative director for the streetwear company Joyrich, as well as making films. {The Cut}

How Ryan Seacrest went from entertaining on-screen to building a lifestyle empire off-screen
Ryan Seacrest is more than just a widely known radio personality, television host and producer — he's also a successful menswear designer, and is also trying to break into the beauty world with a skincare lineup for men. But how exactly did he go from wearing crisply tailored suits as the host of "American Idol" to designing his own and selling them in Macy's stores nationwide? Business of Fashion does a Seacrest deep dive. {Business of Fashion}

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Gucci's CEO on how company culture can lead to financial growth and success
In only a few years, Gucci went from a tired brand to a buzzed-about fashion favorite that sells like wildfire. And while we have Alessandro Michele to thank for its design reawakening, the Italian fashion house's president and chief executive Marco Bizzarri told Business of Fashion that Gucci's financial growth was brought on and is sustained by fostering a work culture of respect for everyone. {Business of Fashion}

Bernard Arnault distributed 366 million euros' worth of shares to his children 
Bernard Arnault, the wealthiest man in France, gave more than 366 million euros' worth of shares in luxury holdings to his children on Dec. 13 — a very generous early Christmas gift. According to WWD, his daughter and the executive vice president of Louis Vuitton Delphine Arnault received 189,020 LVMH shares and 88,222 Christian shares. Whereas his son and chief executive officer of Berluti and an LVMH director, Antoine Arnault, took home 189,020 LVMH shares. {WWD}

Karl Lagerfeld presents new vision for menswear at Pitti Uomo 2018
The Karl Lagerfeld label will present its Fall 2018 unified menswear collection — a consolidation of the Lagerfeld and Karl Lagerfeld labels — at the Pitto Uomo show in Florence this January. The brand will also present a capsule collection curated by the designer's longtime personal assistant, Sébastien Jondeau. {Fashionista inbox} 

Meet the Hypekitty who wears Supreme and Off-White 
There are plenty of Instagram pages filled with streetwear enthusiasts who dress up in Stussy hoodies and Vetements rain jackets, but few of them are furry four-legged pets. Meet the rare social media gem, Zappa the Cat: a Dutch Instagram account that contains images of a white-haired cat in everything from Supreme to Off-White. {Hypebae}

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