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Style Notes: Elle Fanning's First Vogue Cover; Kristen Stewart's Next Chanel Gig

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Elle Fanning Lands First Vogue Cover [Vogue]
Elle Fanning, 19, is painted as an "old soul" in the interview that accompanies her first-ever Vogue magazine cover. Fanning was photographed by Annie Leibovitz and styled by Grace Coddington in a Valentino gown and massive floral headpiece that puts the Coachella flower crown to shame. The actress, who stars in Sofia Coppola's The Beguiled, opens up about "playing the bad girl" in the upcoming film and her eating habits ("I eat like a dude") as well as her massive temper. 

Kristen Stewart, Longtime Chanel Muse, Fronts for Chanel's New Fragrance [WWD]
No surprise here — Karl Lagerfeld and the Chanel team have chosen longtime muse Kristen Stewart as the face of the new Gabrielle Chanel women's perfume, which is set to launch in September. Stewart is also one of four faces of the Gabrielle handbag and has fronted for several other campaigns for the brand, including eyewear and makeup. The upcoming perfume campaign will include a video directed by Ringan Ledwidge and photographs by Karim Sadli. 

LALA Magazine Launches in Los Angeles [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
There's a new magazine in town. LALA Mag has popped up as the next publication covering "art, culture and the city." The premiere issue hits newsstands on Tuesday and includes a look inside the home of haute jeweler Sarah Hendler and her husband Vinny Dotolo (of Jon & Vinny's), as well as "The Oral Future of L.A.," which features musings about the city's future from 22 insiders. "LALA is dedicated to the people driving the city’s cultural conversation," reads a release, "from the burgeoning tech industry to the wealth of galleries, museums, free thinkers, doers and of course, its insiders."

LVMH Launches 24 Sevres as Online Luxury Fashion Source [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Paris' 160-year-old Le Bon Marche, the "world's first" department store, which is owned by luxury conglomerate LVMH and sells goods from its multiple brands, is launching an international e-commerce website, 24Sevres.com, named after its street address at 24 rue de Sevres. The website will offer more than 150 luxury labels, including 20 of LVMH's own, such as Louis Vuitton, Fendi and Dior, with "an unparalleled Parisian take on fashion, until now conspicuously absent from the e-commerce landscape." The site, which officially launches June 6, will deliver to more than 75 countries and feature Parisian fashion experts available for video chat. "With the launch of 24 Sèvres, we are offering them a truly differentiated online experience built on our unique expertise at Le Bon Marché in Paris," said Bernard Arnault, CEO of LVMH. The move is the first cohesive digital initiative for LVMH, whose brands had previously operated their own individual ecommerce experiences.

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