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Must Read: Issa Rae, Yara Shahidi and More Front 'Marie Claire''s 'Fresh Faces' Issue, Teens Are Still Flocking to Streetwear Labels - Fashionista

Must Read: Issa Rae, Yara Shahidi and More Front 'Marie Claire''s 'Fresh Faces' Issue, Teens Are Still Flocking to Streetwear Labels

Plus, LVMH increased the prices of leather goods at Louis Vuitton.
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Issa Rae on the cover of "Marie Claire'"s May "Fresh Faces" issue. Photo: Erik Madigan Heck 

Issa Rae on the cover of "Marie Claire'"s May "Fresh Faces" issue. Photo: Erik Madigan Heck 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday. 

Issa Rae, Yara Shahidi and more front Marie Claire's May "Fresh Faces" issue
Marie Claire brought together five vastly different young actresses — Sophie Turner, Yara Shahidi, Issa Rae, Katherine Langford and Riley Keough — to front its fifth annual "Fresh Faces" issue. On the covers, the young stars are decked in brights, for visual proof that all these talents are bringing a very welcome and refreshing jolt to Hollywood. You can view all the covers in the gallery below. {Marie Claire

Teens are still flocking to streetwear labels 
Piper Jaffray, a leading investment bank and asset management firm, completed a teen survey to analyze the discretionary spending trends and brand preferences of young consumers. And to no one's surprise, streetwear came out on top in the report: The demand for brands with a logo-centric, "street" aesthetic including Adidas, Supreme and Gucci soared, while brands, such as Ralph Lauren and Nike, are losing steam. {Business of Fashion

LVMH increased the prices of leather goods at Louis Vuitton 
LVMH raised the prices on LV-adorned leather goods slightly, by just under two percent, back in February. According to WWD, the French conglomerate declined to comment on the possibility of future price hikes for Louis Vuitton, but its sneaky price increase has already helped LVMH achieve a 10 percent rise in first-quarter sales. {WWD

How fulfillment will transform over the next 10 years 
A new survey from Zebra Technologies polled logistics companies from all over the world to determine how these businesses are planning to adapt their operations to the prevailing omnichannel fulfillment environment and to the growing needs of the on-demand economy. Many of the survey's respondents said they anticipate crowd sourced delivery, transformations in the layout of stores, same-day delivery by 2023, more efficient product returns and two-hour delivery by 2028. {WWD

Luxury recovery confirmed
Despite threats of tariff hikes, the Savigny Luxury index (an expert on luxury market analysis) continued its upward trend, increasing a little more than 3 percent in March. As a result, more investment activity has sped up in the luxury apparel sector, and a selection of luxury brands have experienced increases in share prices by 10 percent or more this month. {Business of Fashion

Gigi Hadid covers the May issue of Harper's Bazaar
In a series of Mariano Vivanco-lensed images, Gigi Hadid wears Chanel and poses with a Great Dane on her latest cover for Harper's Bazaar's May beauty issue. We've seen the model on numerous glossy covers, but we've never seen her with such a large canine in tow. {Harper's Bazaar

Gigi Hadid and large dog on the May cover of "Harper's Bazaar." Photo: Mariano Vivanco

Gigi Hadid and large dog on the May cover of "Harper's Bazaar." Photo: Mariano Vivanco

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