Here’s All the Fashion News You Missed This Week

Elaine Welteroth Steps Down From Teen Vogue

Celebrity editor Elaine Welteroth, the youngest Editor-in-Chief in Conde Nast’s history, has stepped down from her post at Teen Vogue via an internal e-mail sent Thursday, according to reports. Under Welteroth’s stewardship, the magazine expanded its scope beyond fashion and became one of the go-to news sources on progressive politics. Welteroth was the subject of a New York Times magazine profile in August 2017. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Welteroth has signed with talent entertainment agency CAA and will be seeking opportunities in  film, television, endorsements, and speaking engagements. (Hollywood Reporter)

Gigi Hadid and Kate Moss Appear Together in Stuart Weitzman Campaign

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Stuart Weitzman’s Spring 2018 campaign explores the essence of a supermodel with it’s unlikely pairing of ’90s waif Kate Moss with millennial Insta-star Gigi Hadid. The campaign, shot by Mario Testino, is the first time these two iconic figure have ever been photographed together. The juxtaposed pairing of supermodels is meant to embody “the brand’s multi-generational appeal while showcasing the essential silhouettes of the season,” according to a statement from the brand. (Stuart Weitzman)

Serena Williams and Baby Daughter Grace the Cover of Vogue

Serena Williams’ four-month old daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., has become the youngest star to ever grace the cover of Vogue. Williams appears on the cover in a bodycon red dress holding her daughter for the love-themed February issue of the magazine. Williams married the 6″4 founder of Reddit, Alexis Ohanian, in November 2017 in a Beauty and the Beast-themed wedding. Her Vogue photoshoot is accompanied by an article discussing motherhood, marriage, and her unwavering dedication to tennis. (Vogue)

Street Style Photographer Nabile Quenum Dies in Paris

Nabile, London. And everywhere else. @nabilequenum @jaiperdumaveste

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Nabile Quenum, founder of the street style blog J’ai Perdu Ma Veste, has died at age 32. Quenum was noted for his crisp and vivid candid street style shots and his photography appeared regularly on New York magazine’s The Cut. Quenum was memorialized by his colleagues on Instagram. “I’m sure there is some ridiculously hilarious quote of Nabile’s I could share to make everyone smile at the end of reading this…he was a funny dude…But I can’t seem to find anything which would sum this all up,” wrote Adam Katz Sinding of Le21ème. (WWD)