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Style Notes: Gisele to Walk in Rio; Public Schools' Maxwell Osborne on Black Lives Matter

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Gisele to Walk at Rio Olympics Opening Ceremony [Vogue UK]
For the upcoming Rio Olympics Opening Ceremony, Gisele Bundchen is returning to her home country to do what she does best: Walk. As the host of the ceremony, the supermodel will walk along a "futuristic gateway" at Rio's Maracana Stadium on Aug. 5.  

Public School and DKNY Designer Maxwell Osborne Addresses Black Lives Matter [W Magazine]
Maxwell Osborne, one half of the design duo behind Public School and DKNY, wrote an open letter in W Magazine urging the fashion industry to embrace the Black Lives Matter movement. "I write this open letter to encourage the fashion industry to not just continue the dialogue of race in America, but to do something about it," he penned. "Encourage diversity on your runways and campaigns. Empower your social media fans to raise their voices. Use your designs for the public good."

Winona Ryder Covers The Edit [The Edit]
Sweetheart of the '90s Winona Ryder was photographed by Drew Jarrett for the cover of the latest issue of Net-a-Porter's The Edit. Wearing moody looks by Prada, Miu Miu and Alexander McQueen, the actress opens up about her early Hollywood role models (Jodie Foster and Meryl Streep), stepping out of the limelight for the better part of the 2000s and her latest project, the Netflix series Stranger Things

 

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Free People Launches Wellness-Focused Beauty [WWD]
Free People is falling in step with its sister brands, Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters, and launching a beauty section. However, the selection will be focused on wellness, with skincare and makeup made of organic and ethical ingredients. There will be 20-30 brands stocked, with prices ranging from $6 to $150. Beauty rolls out online this Monday, and will hit select brick-and-mortar locations beginning in October.

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