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Must Read: Florence Pugh Covers 'Vogue', Posthumous Peter Lindbergh Exhibition Opens Soon

Plus, an unlabeled piece of sponsored content got 'Teen Vogue' in trouble.
Photo: Daniel Jackson/'Vogue'

Photo: Daniel Jackson/'Vogue'

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday. 

Up-and-coming star Florence Pugh covers Vogue
Whether you gravitate toward her roles in "Little Women," "Midsommar" or upcoming Marvel enterprise "Black Widow," Florence Pugh is hard to ignore if you're going to the movies these days. For Vogue's February cover, Pugh was photographed in a variety of ladylike ensembles and talked about everything from doing her own stunts to why she likes playing "spoiled" characters. {Vogue}

Teen Vogue faces heat for sponsored Facebook editorial
Despite having gained a reputation in recent years for its progressive take on political issues, Teen Vogue came under fire this week for publishing an editorial that praised Facebook's efforts to safeguard political speech. One of the problems with that? The editorial was actually sponsored content that wasn't labeled as such. After inspiring a Twitter storm that resulted in the publication updating the piece with a "sponsored" label, the post was ultimately removed from the Teen Vogue site. {New York Times}

Peter Lindbergh exhibition to open in Germany
Images created by beloved fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh, who passed away four months ago, are going on display in Düsseldorf, Germany at the Kunstpalast art museum next month. The exhibition was curated by Lindbergh himself before his death, and will feature pictures of fashion icons like Linda Evangelista, Karen Elson and more. {WWD}

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Target launches new activewear line
Target announced the launch of a new in-house activewear line called All in Motion focused on inclusive sizing (from XS-4X), the incorporation of "sustainable materials" (like recycled polyester) and affordable pricing (the line ranges in price from $4 to $70). According to the company, the line was built on feedback from extensive customer research. {Fashionista inbox}

Balenciaga launches Hello Kitty bags
Balenciaga's latest release features none other than Hello Kitty, a cartoon created by Yuko Shimizu in 1974. Originally imagined as a character to use on branded stationery and candy, Hello Kitty is now being memorialized on Balenciaga's Ville Top Handle bag (pictured below) in addition to a range of phone cases and totes that will be available Jan. 27. {Fashionista inbox}

Hello Kitty X Balenciaga Ville Top Handle

Hello Kitty X Balenciaga Ville Top Handle

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