Must Read: The Role of Today's Magazine Editors, Selena Gomez's New Coach Film

Plus, Hari Nef on her shift from modeling to acting.
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Graydon Carter and Anna Wintour. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Graydon Carter and Anna Wintour. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday.

What role do today's magazine editors play?
In the anyone-can-publish age of social media, magazine editors aren't the power-wielding gatekeepers they once were. But while the new generation of editors may never reach the level of cross-industry influence of an Anna Wintour or Graydon Carter, magazines still offer the best place to create iconic imagery — and even if their influence is waning, it's far from having totally died out. {WWD}

Selena Gomez releases new short film for Coach
The lucrative collaboration between Selena Gomez and Coach continues, this time with a short campaign film that features Gomez playing dress-up at the Coach headquarters and stealing creative director Stuart Vevers's salad from the office fridge. See the full video below. {Fashionista inbox}

Hari Nef is shifting her focus from modeling to acting
Though Hari Nef has been known as a model for the likes of Gucci and L'Oreal, a recent move to Los Angeles from New York symbolizes an adjustment for the star who's been focusing more on film and television of late. "Just because I'm focusing on acting implies in no way that I’m trying to distance myself from fashion; I'm just expanding the vocabulary that I use to do pretty much the same thing that I’ve always done," she says. {WWD}

Kenzo's La Collection Memento line goes see now, buy now
La Collection Memento, a line by Kenzo that features pieces inspired by the French house's archives, is officially going the see now, buy now route. The line was first introduced in March 2017 and has been shown using a range of experimental formats from concerts to dance performances. This season, it will forego the runway at Paris Fashion Week in favor of the release of a fashion film depicting the shoppable collection. {WWD}

Can the company that resurrected Juicy Couture do the same for Hervé Léger?
Authentic Brands Group buy brands that are in "deep distress or bankruptcy," like Juicy Couture was before its recent renaissance. Now, the group has its sights set on reviving Hervé Léger under new creative director Christian Juul Nielsen, which was previously owned by the now-bankrupt BCBG Max Azria Global Holdings. Tapping into the right combination of nostalgia and newness is part of ABG's strategy for catapulting tired brands back into the spotlight — only time will tell if it will work for Hervé Léger. {Business of Fashion}

Photo: Farmland

Photo: Farmland

Farmland made its own Supreme lookbook
Supreme is known for "borrowing" aesthetic motifs from other companies on the regular, and the latest target was Farmland Foods, a pork producer whose logo Supreme pulled from for its Fall 2018 collection. Now, Farmland's returning the favor by staging an editorial featuring actual farmers wearing Supreme gear — and the result is actually pretty campaign-worthy. {Fashionista inbox}

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