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Style Notes: Bella Hadid's First Vogue Cover; Tiffany & Co. Taps Grace Coddington

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Bella Hadid for Vogue Turkey

Thursday with a side of style news.

Bella Hadid Lands First Vogue Cover for Vogue Turkey [Instagram]
Following in sister Gigi's footsteps, Bella Hadid has landed her very first Vogue cover. The 19-year-old sports glamorous curls and a white cropped Givenchy ensemble for Vogue Turkey's May cover, photographed by Sebastian Faena. She still has 11 Vogue covers to go before she catches up to Gigi, but it's a start. 

Tiffany & Co. Names Grace Coddington Creative Partner [WWD]
Tiffany & Co. has tapped Grace Coddington as its first-ever creative partner. As part of her duties in the new position, the legendary Vogue editor found and styled the celebrity talent for the jeweler's fall campaign. Fittingly, the ads will make their debut in the September issues of fashion mags later this year. 

PETA Is Prada's Newest Shareholder [PETA]
In an effort to effect change from the inside out, PETA has become a shareholder of Prada. As such, the organization will be able to attend the Italian luxury company's annual meetings and further express its disapproval of Prada's use of ostrich leather in its handbags and other products. Last year, the organization tried the same tactic at Hermes, buying a single share in the company in an effort to protest the French fashion house's use of crocodile.

Giuseppe Zanotti Launches Giuseppe Junior [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Giuseppe Zanotti — the shoe designer better known for his sexy, strappy red-carpet-ready stilettos — is branching out in a brand-new direction: children's footwear. The new line, called Giuseppe Junior, features fun, embellished styles for both girls and boys in sizes newborn to 33. Zanotti has custom-designed children's footwear for clients like Kim Kardashian and Beyonce in the past, so the move to a full line was an easy decision. The collection will be available in Giuseppe Zanotti stores and online at the brand's site.

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