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Must Read: A Survival Guide for Print Magazines, Brother Vellies Names CEO

Plus, get to know the most recognizable face in e-commerce modeling.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

A survival guide for print magazines 
Now that news of a print magazine closure is an expected weekly headline, glossy fashion books are in a predicament. Alexandra Mondalek speaks to the future of print magazines in a new piece for Business of Fashion, writing that there is hope for the once-glorious hardcopy. Mondalek outlines what print magazines can do to survive, from targeting niche communities to rethinking their relationship with brands. {Business of Fashion

Brother Vellies names CEO 
Brother Vellies has named Behnaz Ghahramani as its first-ever Chief Executive Officer. Ghahramani joins the brand from Stuart Weitzman, where she served as Chief Marketing Officer for three and a half years. Ghahramani will work directly with Aurora James to help Brother Vellies reach "its full potential as a purposeful, sustainably driven company that supports artisans and redefines the meaning of luxury in our industry." {Fashionista inbox} 

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Get to know the most recognizable face in e-commerce modeling
If you've shopped online during the last decade, particularly in search of a cropped set or body-clinging mini on Revolve, then you've likely seen Ludi Delfino. Perrie Samotin profiles the recognizable e-commerce model for Glamour, giving us the backstory on how Delfino started modeling and how she linked up with Revolve in its early days. {Glamour

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