Must Read: Emma Chamberlain Covers 'Marie Claire', Kate Moss Named Global Face of Anine Bing

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Emma Chamberlain covers Marie Claire
Emma Chamberlain is on the cover of Marie Claire's September Changemakers issue. Photographed by Olivia Malone, Chamberlain served as the creative director of the photoshoot and shared a glimpse into her rise in the fashion world as well as her mental health struggles. Chamberlain told writer Faran Krentcil: "I've read a comment or two [saying] 'Emma's pretending that she's not famous.' And it's like, no! I just don't see myself that way. I genuinely do not and cannot. I'm still getting to know myself." {Marie Claire}

Kate Moss for Anine Bing<p>Photo: Chris Colls/Courtesy of Anine Bing</p>
Kate Moss for Anine Bing

Photo: Chris Colls/Courtesy of Anine Bing

Kate Moss named global face of Anine Bing
Kate Moss is the new global face of Los Angeles-based fashion brand Anine Bing. This winter, the brand will also unveil the Kate Tote, which is inspired by the '90s and Moss herself. {Fashionista inbox}

AZ Factory taps in-house designers for spring 2024 collection
AZ Factory chose Norman René Devera and Peter Movrin, the heads of the brand's design team, to design its spring 2024 collection. Unveiling in Paris on Oct. 2, the collection is called "AZ Factory by Them." In a statement to WWD, AZ Factory said: "This time AZ Factory will focus on celebrating the extraordinary in-house team and their endless capacity to combine different influences within a new and multi-faced aesthetic." {WWD/paywalled}

Prada's design director to step back
Fabio Zambernardi is preparing to step back from his role as Prada's design director at the end of 2023, Business of Fashion reports. Zambernardi entered the company in the 1980s, helped form Prada's aesthetic, and was named design director of Prada and Miu Miu in 2002. Zambernardi's last collections will likely be for this season's Spring 2024 shows. {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

Jimmy Buffett's undeniable influence on fashion
Jimmy Buffett, the king of laid-back boat-ready attire and Margaritaville, died at 76 on Friday. Buffett cultivated a signature aesthetic centered around care-free coastal comfort that his fans fully embraced, including Bermuda shorts in every color, flip flops and patterned short-sleeved shirts. In the wake of Buffett's death, The New York Times' Guy Trebay explores his undeniable influence on fashion. {The New York Times/paywalled}

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