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Must Read: Sarah Paulson in 'Harper's Bazaar,' Elle Fanning in 'Vanity Fair' for October 2020

Plus, the LVMH vs. Tiffany & Co. case will go to trial in January.
Sarah Paulson on the October 2020 cover of "Harper's Bazaar." 

Sarah Paulson on the October 2020 cover of "Harper's Bazaar." 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Sarah Paulson covers the October issue of Harper's Bazaar
The latest issue of Harper's Bazaar stars Sarah Paulson. The cover, styled by Paul Cavaco, sees the actor in an emerald Valentino confection. In the accompanying story by Roxane Gay, Paulson talks about her work in the new Ryan Murphy Netflix series, "Ratched" and about finding the space to be fearless. {Harper's Bazaar

Elle Fanning covers the October issue of Vanity Fair
Elle Fanning covers the October 2020 issue of Vanity Fair in a Dior gown and Birkenstocks. The actor chats with Jancee Dunn on making the transition to more adult roles (such as Catherine the Great in Hulu's "The Great") and quarantining with sibling Dakota Fanning at their childhood home in California. {Vanity Fair

Elle Fanning on the October 2020 cover of "Vanity Fair." 

Elle Fanning on the October 2020 cover of "Vanity Fair." 

LVMH vs. Tiffany & Co. case will go to trial in January 
A Delaware judge scheduled a trial date of Jan. 5 for Tiffany & Co.'s lawsuit against LVMH. The jewelry company sued the luxury conglomerate earlier this month for trying to back out of its $16.2 billion acquisition. Tiffany & Co. had asked the court to set a trial date for mid-November, in the hope of getting a ruling before the deal's Nov. 24 closing date; while it didn't succeed, the case will still be heard early enough to settle it and allow for an appeal before the acquisition expires on Feb. 3, according to WWD. {WWD

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Net-a-Porter launches The Vanguard for Fall 2020
On Tuesday, Net-a-Porter released the latest brands to join The Vanguard, its two-year-old incubator program that nurtures emerging labels around the world. For Fall 2020, the retailer is spotlighting Minjukim, Artclub and Jia Jia. You can shop their collections here. {Fashionista inbox} 

Pyer Moss introduces "Exist to Resist"
Pyer Moss announced a new social justice platform called "Exist to Resist" on Tuesday. The initiative will donate the proceeds from exclusive product drops to various organizations that support community programs across the country. The first release is a T-Shirt from Kerby Jean-Raymond's ongoing collaboration with Sean Jean, designed to promote voter registration and spotlight the non-profit organization "Rock the Vote." You can shop it here. {Vogue

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