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Must Read: Eva Chen on Instagram's New Shopping Features, Kaia Gerber Covers 'Vogue' Paris

Plus, Artémis acquires all of Courrèges.
Instagram's Eva Chen on the street at New York Fashion Week. Photo: Christian Vierig/Getty Images)

Instagram's Eva Chen on the street at New York Fashion Week. Photo: Christian Vierig/Getty Images)

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Eva Chen on Instagram's new shopping features  
Instagram's resident fashion person, Eva Chen, explained the platform's newest shoppable features to British Vogue. There's now a designated "Explore" shopping channel that will allow users to discover new labels they might like on a global scale, as well as shoppable Stories, which allow brands to give viewers more information about their products. {Vogue UK

Kaia Gerber stars on the October cover of Vogue Paris
Kaia Gerber, arguably fashion's favorite supermodel spawn, fronts the October issue of Vogue Paris. On the cover, shot by Mikael Jansson, the 17-year-old wears an avant-garde makeup look by Mark Carrasquillo, blingy jewels by Cartier and a colorful Louis Vuitton tunic. {@vogueparis/Instagram} 

Photo: @vogueparis/Instagram

Photo: @vogueparis/Instagram

Artémis acquires all of Courrèges
Artèmis, the holding company founded by French billionaire François Pinault's family, has acquired full ownership of Courrèges, having already held 40 percent of the house since 2011. This news arrives as the Space Age label prepares to relaunch under new management and a new artistic director. {WWD

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Lily Aldridge is coming out with a digital-first fragrance line
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Behind The New York Times investigation on Mario Testino and Bruce Weber 
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Print magazines play by different rules when it comes to ad disclosures 
In a new piece for the Columbia Journalism Review, Katie Notopoulos explains how print magazines play by a totally different set of rules than Instagrammers when it comes to ad disclosures. "In a time when social media has blown out our antennae for intuiting what's an ad and what's not, perhaps print media could be better served by being transparent about much more," she writes, arguing readers' perceptions of magazines are changing as it becomes more common for publications to shoot brand ambassadors on a cover dressed in clothes that the brand loaned to them. {Columbia Journalism Review

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