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Must Read: Jonathan Majors Covers 'GQ,' Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Enduring and Symbolic Style

Plus, Black women on embracing cottagecore.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Jonathan Majors lands first GQ cover
Star of 'Lovecraft Country,' 'Da 5 Bloods' and 'The Last Black Man in San Francisco' Jonathan Majors is coming into his stardom, and he now has the GQ cover to prove it. Majors talks to J.M. Holmes about the role of spirituality in acting, re-writing the Black Hollywood canon and more. {GQ}

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's style symbolized so much more
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away on Friday, was famous for her work pioneering gender equality in the Supreme Court. The elaborate collars she wore with her judge's robes serve as a fitting symbol for her life's work, writes Vanessa Friedman. The collars didn't "obscure... sex, or pretend it was beside the point. It was part of the point." {New York Times}

Black women embrace cottagecore
'Cottagecore' has emerged as one of the predominant aesthetics of 2020's Covid-19 summer, but all too often the trend — which features soft dresses and pastoral landscapes — centers on white women. Shanna Shipin spoke to Noemie Sérieux, creator of @cottagecoreblackgirls, to discover an alternate vision for the aesthetic. {Glamour

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Simone Rocha reflects on a decade in business
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