Must Read: Bottega Veneta Will Not Host a Spring 2019 Runway Show, Thom Browne on Why He Teamed Up With FC Barcelona - Fashionista

Must Read: Bottega Veneta Will Not Host a Spring 2019 Runway Show, Thom Browne on Why He Teamed Up With FC Barcelona

Plus, The Met will hold an exhibit on jewelry this fall.
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A look from Bottega Veneta's Fall 2018 collection. Photo: Anegela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images

A look from Bottega Veneta's Fall 2018 collection. Photo: Anegela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Bottega Veneta will not host a Spring 2019 runway show 
Bottega Veneta will not host a runway show to present its Spring 2019 collection. Instead, the brand will show its warm-weather offerings to buyers at its Milanese showroom. This means, the label's newly-appointed creative director Daniel Lee will make his catwalk debut in Milan next February. {WWD

Thom Browne on why he teamed up with FC Barcelona
At the start of this week, Thom Browne announced that it would partner with Spanish football club FC Barcelona to be the official provider of the team's off-field tailored and formalwear uniforms. Details of the uniforms will not be revealed until mid-August, but with this three-year partnership, Browne wants to communicate more broadly that the brand is not simply the maker of tailored trousers and runway showpieces. {Business of Fashion

The Met will hold an exhibit on jewelry this fall
On Nov. 12, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will open a new exhibit exploring how jewelry acts upon and activates the body it adorns. Entitled "Jewelry: The Body Transformed," the exhibit will contain an assortment of headdresses, ear ornaments, brooches, belts, necklaces and rings spanning from 2,600 B.C.E. to the present. A collection of sculptures, paintings, prints and photographs will also be shown alongside the jewels. {WWD}

Jonah Hill talks celebrating "Jonah Hill Day" 
Jonah Hill wore a short-sleeved button-up shirt covered in spider web designs to "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Tuesday evening, where he spoke about attending the second-annual "Jonah Hill Day" in Brooklyn. The 34-year-old actor, who's become somewhat of a style icon, was eager to surprise fans at this year's festivities after learning that it was organized by a group of cool adults who work in fashion. You can watch the interview clip below. 

Feminist brands don't exist, and they never have 
In the wake of the Feminist Apparel CEO scandal, Amanda Mull argues in a new piece for Racked that "there's no such thing as a feminist company, and there never has been." "The marketing arms of these corporations have sensed changing cultural values among their customers and taken that opportunity to adopt the aesthetic of good politics, and they've asked shoppers to choose them based on how well they pantomime the real activities that might make a difference," she explains. "They skip the part where any difference is actually made." {Racked

@celebface is the @diet_prada of celebrity photoshopping
Meet @celebface: the private Instagram account that uses @diet_prada-like tactics to reveal which celebrities have altered pictures of themselves. This account finds original images of celebrities as well as the retouched copies they have posted and switches between the two in one mesmerizing gif. {Dazed

Hailey Baldwin is the new "style creator" for Adidas and JD
Newly-engaged Hailey Baldwin has just landed a promotion with Adidas and JD. The supermodel has been the face of both brands for a while, but now, she'll take on a more creative position as a "style creator." In this new role, Baldwin will creatively lead select Adidas Originals women's campaigns at JD for Fall 2018. {Harper's Bazaar}  

Katie Sturino x Bruna Malucelli launch on CoEdition
Katie Sturino of The 12ish Style teamed up with Brazilian designer Bruna Malucelli to design a nine-piece, tropical-inspired line of swimwear that will be sold exclusively on CoEdition. The range, which launches Wednesday and is available in sizes 10 to 26, consists of monogrammable bikinis and one-pieces in punchy, rainbow-colored stripes. You can scroll through the collection below. {Fashionista inbox} 

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