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Must Read: Megan Rapinoe Stars in Loewe's Fall 2020 Campaign, Ben Cobb Named Co-EIC of 'Love'

Plus, you can now shop Meg Thee Stallion's wardrobe on Depop.
Megan Rapinoe for Loewe's Fall 2020 campaign.

Megan Rapinoe for Loewe's Fall 2020 campaign.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Loewe's Fall 2020 campaign features soccer star Megan Rapinoe
Megan Rapinoe fronts Loewe's Fall 2020 campaign — an ongoing collaboration between the brand's creative director Jonathan Anderson, photographer Steven Meisel and creative studio M/M — with her infamous pink hair and winning facial expression. {Fashionista Inbox} 

Ben Cobb named co-editor-in-chief of LOVE
Katie Grand, the founding editor-in-chief of LOVE magazine, has just named Ben Cobb as co-editor-in-chief to work alongside her at the bi-annual publication. He will head up the men's content, while Grand will continue to focus on women's coverage. "Biannuals are so big now that you can’t have just one opinion anymore. It gets to the point where it is so boring doing it on your own. Who wants 400 pages of one voice," says Grand. {Business of Fashion}

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You can now shop Meg Thee Stallion's wardrobe on Depop  
Female rapper and Houston hottie Meg Thee Stallion has not only coined the term "Hot Girl Summer" but has revolutionized being unapologetically you, having fun and living in your truth. Her sexy and bold sense of style really bring #theeheat — and, lucky for you, you can shop it right from her closet. Meg has partnered with resale site Depop to sell her Hot Girl clothes and special items. In her shop Texas Fever, you'll find some pieces the artist wore in her "Hot Girl Summer" and "All Dat" videos. {Vogue}

Bouchra Jarrar returns to fashion week
Designer Bouchra Jarrar is back on the Haute Couture Fashion Week calendar this season after hitting pause on her label in January of 2016. Jarrar told Vogue it felt like it was her time to continue her label in "a format that let's her get back to the essence of her work." Though the details of the show haven't been revealed, she says that the collection — titled Bouchra Jarrar Edition n°1 — will be comprised of 15 tightly-edited looks to be shown to a small guest list of editors, buyers, friends and clients. {Vogue}

Carine Roitfeld launches zodiac tees
Carine Roitfeld dropped CR Women 2020, a zodiac-themed T-shirt collection, to raise money for 12 charities. It's a wearable edition of her CR Calendar and features a cast of models like Cindy Crawford, Stella MaxwellDoutzen Kroes and renowned astrologer Susan Miller. At $111, only 100 shirts of each star sign will be sold on {Fashionista Inbox}

Tan France and Alexa Chung to host design competition series
A new design competition series, titled "Next In Fashion," is coming to Netflix. Hosted by "Queer Eye'"s Tan France and British fashion maven Alexa Chung, it will highlight the people behind-the-scenes who have launched some of the industry's biggest fashion labels. {Twitter}

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