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Must Read: Emma Chamberlain Covers 'Cosmopolitan', Black Frame Closes Its Doors

Plus, Zoë Kravitz graces the cover of "Elle."
Emma Chamberlain covers Cosmopolitan's February issue.

Emma Chamberlain covers Cosmopolitan's February issue.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday. 

Emma Chamberlain covers Cosmopolitan's February issue
If you don't not know who teen dream Emma Chamberlain is, that's about to change. At only 18 years old, Chamberlain has amassed 8.5 million followers on YouTube, making her the influencer you must know. For Cosmopolitan's February issue, Chamberlain graces the cover and spills the beans on her thoughts on the term "influencer," her relationship and her struggles with body dysmorphia. {Cosmopolitan}

Brian Phillips is shutting the doors on Black Frame
Brian Phillips, protégé to Hedi Slimane and fashion PR heavyweight, is closing the doors to his art-and-fashion public relations firm Black Frame. The shuttering of Black Frame – which has represented Nike, Kenzo, Rodarte and other renowned fashion labels – is Phillips's attempt to focus solely on creative direction and entertainment. {Vogue Business

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Zoë Kravitz covers Elle
Newlywed and total babe Zoë Kravitz is Elle's latest cover star. The "Big Little Lies" actor sits down with Elle's Fiona Golfar to discuss her recent role as Catwoman, her new Hulu series "High Fidelity," her childhood and bouts with bulimia. {Elle}

Fenty Beauty launches mascara
Rihanna may not be releasing music any time soon, but the pop star and founder of Fenty Beauty is launching a new mascara for the mega beauty brand. Full Frontal Mascara is claiming to be a "do-it-all" mascara that features an exclusive flat-to-fat brush that instantly volumizes, lifts, lengthens and curls. Get ready to shop because the new addition will be available on Jan. 16 at, Sephora and other online retailers. {Fenty Beauty}

The market of fashion rental services for men is growing
Rental services have become a big business opportunity as retailers and brands cut down on production and waste. Following the success of Rent the Runway, a host of other retailers have started to hop on the rental service wave, allowing shoppers to update their wardrobes without breaking the bank. Though most rental services cater to women, there are now a few – like Scotch & Soda – that are targeting men. {WWD}

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