Must Read: Kering Hires Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Kardashian-Jenners Cover 'CR Fashion Book'

Plus, Generation Z's internal conflict with fast fashion.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Kering hires a diversity and inclusion officer
Kering has appointed Kalpana Bagamane Denzel to serve as its Chief Diversity, Inclusion and Talent Officer. Denzel will work to execute Kering's goal of "global diversity" across the conglomerate by prioritizing initiatives that promote inclusion and equal opportunity. Kering is currently ranked 10th out of 7,000 companies in the most recent Refinitiv Diversity & Inclusion Index (2019), and does not plan to slow down this mission. {Kering}

Kardashian-Jenners cover 'CR Fashion Book'
The Kardashian-Jenners are back for their first joint magazine cover in four years, this time for CR Fashion Book. Kris is joined by Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie for a limited edition issue that drops Oct. 3. In the accompanying story, the momager discusses her unconditional love for her family, personal heartaches and living a private life in the public eye. {People}

Generation Z's internal conflict with fast fashion
Gen Zers have proved that they care about the environmental crisis and have been the trailblazers of the movement. But the generation faces one small internal conflict: fast fashion. The low prices of fast fashion, one of the world's most polluting industries, are attractive to young people when other costs of living are so high. {Refinery29}

Coach launches Coach x Michael B. Jordan capsule collection
Coach is teaming up with Michael B. Jordan, the global face of the brand's menswear line, to create a Naruto-inspired unisex ready-to-wear line. It is available for purchase as of Tuesday on Coach.com and in stores. Click through the gallery below to see the capsule collection. {Fashionista inbox}

11 Honoré to launch Diane von Furstenberg plus sizesFor the first time since it was founded in 1972, Diane von Furstenberg will offer plus sizes, available for purchase Tuesday on 11 Honoré. The brand's iconic wrap dress will be sold in sizes 14-24 in three signature prints. {Fashionista inbox}

Gap PR Director is the face of Gap x Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Mackenzie Dougherty, Gap PR Director, blogger and breast cancer fighter is the face of a new Gap x Breast Cancer Research Foundation campaign. In celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the retailer will donate 10% of sales from all regular-price bras (including sports bras) to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Read more about Mackenzie’s story on her blog and Instagram page. {Fashionista inbox}

Valentino designer champions Sudanese model
Valentino's Pierpaolo Piccioli chose 19-year-old South Sudanese model Adut Akech to be the face of the house — not as his muse, but as a friend. In a joint interview with Business of Fashion, the two share details of their professional partnership, authentic friendship and bringing the inclusive vision of beauty to the runways. {Business of Fashion}

Gal Meets Glam and Margaux collaborated on footwear 
Beginning this week, the Gal Meets Glam x Margaux collaboration collection will be available for purchase on both brands' sites. Margaux's size-inclusive stylish footwear and Gal Meets Glam's feminine designs work in tandem to create four unique looks: a burgundy suede rounded flat, a tweed pointed flat, a pink velvet loafer and a navy blue suede bootie. {Fashionista inbox}

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