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Must Read: Vanessa Friedman's Biggest Takeaway of the Season, Coco Gauff Covers 'Vogue'

Louis Vuitton Fall 2024. <p>Photo: Marc Piasecki/WireImage</p>
Louis Vuitton Fall 2024.

Photo: Marc Piasecki/WireImage

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Vanessa Friedman's takeaways from the Fall 2024 shows
After the Fall 2024 shows came to a close this week in Paris, The New York Times' chief fashion critic Vanessa Friedman reflected on the main takeaways from the season. Friedman breaks down the many micro trends seen across fashion capitals, and notes that the world has emerged from the pandemic's comfort clothing and is relearning how to dress for the public world. "The point isn't so much what exactly you wear, but how you wear it: with commitment and a touch of formality," Friedman writes. "That's what you need for next season. Not one specific item, not a mood or a vibe, but an attitude." {The New York Times/paywalled}

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Coco Gauff covers Vogue
Tennis player Coco Gauff is the cover star for Vogue's April 2024 issue. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz and styled by Tabitha Simmons, Gauff wears a Michael Kors Collection dress and an Ana Khouri ear cuff on the cover. She opens up about winning the U.S. Open at 19 years old and working on her perfectionism in the cover story written by Abby Aguirre. "I'm trying to do more of, you know, accepting the good shots," Gauff told Vogue. "And giving myself as much of a compliment as I do a critique." {Vogue}

Teen Vogue unveils New Hollywood class of 2024
Teen Vogue's New Hollywood class of 2024 includes Maddie Ziegler, Ariana Greenblatt, Keith Powers, Christopher Briney, Aida Osman, Iñaki Godoy and Megan Suri. Photographed by Josefina Santos and styled by Ian McRae, the seven young stars were each profiled by Teen Vogue about their respective careers and they each lead their own individual covers as well. See all of the Teen Vogue New Hollywood 2024 covers below. {Teen Vogue}

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How the fashion industry can tackle its climate financing gap
It will cost the fashion industry an estimated $1 trillion to shift to greener practices required to curb greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, Business of Fashion reported on Wednesday. Currently, the industry has barely scraped the surface, but in order to meet these emissions goals, fashion will need to find new ways of working and financing. Potential innovative funding approaches include a fair climate fund requiring each member of the value chain to contribute into a shared fund to finance supply chain decarbonization or tapping into sustainability-linked funding tools like green bonds. {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

Abercrombie & Fitch reports 21% leap in Q4 net sales
Abercrombie & Fitch reported its net sales reached $1.5 billion in the fourth quarter, which is up 21% year-over-year. The company also reported a net income of $158.48 million, compared to $38.33 million in the year-ago period. Abercrombie & Fitch has transformed itself over the past few years by utilizing social media platforms, remaining close to its target customers and refining its offerings. {WWD/paywalled}

What is the Gen Alpha aesthetic?
Gen Alpha is just beginning to enter the beauty space, and Beauty Independent interviewed 12 design, branding and public relations professionals about their thoughts on what designs Gen Alpha gravitates toward. Multiple professionals noted that Gen Alpha is drawn to similar core values and aesthetics as Gen Z (think brand transparency and bright colors), but they're also influenced by the minimalist aesthetics seen in millennial design. Katie Motta, founder and CEO of Alluring Media Co. and Jade Stone, describes Gen Alpha's design crossroads as "vibrant minimalism." {Beauty Independent}

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