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Must Read: Barbie Ferreira Covers 'Cosmo,' Museum Fashion Collections Confront Their Lack of Diverse Objects

Plus, how coronavirus is changing the relationship between brands and media.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Barbie Ferreira covers Cosmo
Barbie Ferreira is ready to move on from the discussion about her body — and with good reason. The actress talks to Jen Ortiz for her November 2020 cover of Cosmopolitan magazine, shot by Peggy Sirota, about everything from her anxieties to the roles she's effortlessly inhabited so far. {Cosmo}

Museum fashion collections confront their lack of diverse objects
As is the case within the entire fashion industry, curators heading up fashion collections within the world's top museums are now grappling with a lack of diverse objects in their collections — specifically, those created by Black designers. Vanessa Friedman investigates how museums are working to fix this kind of institutional racism for The New York Times. {New York Times}

How coronavirus is changing the relationship between brands and media
Amongst the many, many ways Covid-19 has changed the industry, massive cuts to advertising budgets have altered how brands and media interact. At Business of Fashion, Robert Williams chats with major industry players about what this new relationship might look like. {Business of Fashion}

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Four Black Muslim models share what fashion means to them
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