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Must Read: Lindsay Peoples Wagner Talks Her First Year at 'Teen Vogue', Why Print Hasn't Died Yet

Plus, the growing accessibility of cashmere.
Photo: Vivien Killilea/Getty Images

Photo: Vivien Killilea/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Teen Vogue editor-in-chief talks her first year
Lindsay Peoples Wagner is celebrating her one-year anniversary of shaking things up as editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue. Peoples Wagner is the youngest editor-in-chief in the history of Condé Nast, as well as being the publisher's third-ever Black EIC, and shows no signs of slowing down yet. The trailblazer has prioritized diversity in the publication as well as fortified its existing coverage of politics, social issues and sexual health. {The New York Times}

Why print magazines haven't died yet
While everyone worried that the internet was going to kill off print fashion media years ago, niche fashion magazines are thriving. Independent magazines have amassed loyal followings who want to support non-mainstream creativity and culture. So how are these publications finding success in a digital-first world? {Business of Fashion

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The growing accessibility of cashmere
Cashmere has long been recognized as a luxurious material in fashion, but brands like Naadam are working towards making the biodegradable fiber more accessible. The sustainable brand has partnered directly with herders to provide them with fair compensation, taking price control out of the hands of traders, and responsibly source cashmere apparel. {WWD}

Coach to be first luxury fashion brand at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
This Thanksgiving, Coach will make history as the first luxury fashion house to send a float down the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The float will be led by Rexy, Coach's dinosaur mascot, in a glittering carnival-style reimagination of New York City. Additionally, the two iconic American brands will release an exclusive Rexy-themed apparel collection, launching November 15. {Fashionista inbox}

Stella McCartney discusses climate change at Saks Fifth Avenue
On Wednesday, Stella McCartney sat down with novelist Jonathan Safran Foer and moderator Alina Cho at a Saks Fifth Avenue panel to discuss climate change and the importance of sustainability. For McCartney's Spring 2020 collection, she sent a message of activism including poetic phrases by Safran Foer. {Fashionista inbox}

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