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Style Notes: Lily-Rose Depp's First Vogue Cover; Tommy Hilfiger's Memoir Is Here

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Lily-Rose Depp for British 'Vogue'

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Lily-Rose Depp Lands First Vogue Cover [Vogue]
Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, has officially become a Vogue cover star. The 17-year-old, who stars in the upcoming drama The Dancer alongside Natalie Portman, was photographed by the one and only Bruce Weber for the December issue of British Vogue. In her interview, Depp discusses her upbringing, adding that her parents were not strict, as well as her Instagram strategy: "I never like revealing too much about myself. Once you start giving people that look into your life, then they just want more and more.”

Jennifer Lopez Wore Fausto Puglisi to Hillary Clinton Fundraiser [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Jennifer Lopez pulled a Katy Perry on Saturday night by hosting a fundraiser concert for Hillary Clinton. The event, called Jennifer Lopez Gets Loud for Hillary Clinton Get Out the Vote, was held in everybody's favorite swing state, Florida, where Lopez encouraged her fellow Latinos and Latinas to vote for Clinton. The pop star wore a custom Fausto Puglisi number to the event, complete with a detachable billowy cape. 

 

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Tommy Hilfiger's Memoir Is Here [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
After announcing that he would be writing a memoir about his 40-year career in January of this year, Tommy Hilfiger's tome has finally arrived. In it, the designer chronicles his life in fashion, including his bankruptcy, as well as a bit of his personal life, including his two marriages and raising children with special needs. Published by Ballantine Books, an imprint of Random House, American Dreamer has already garnered praise from Mick Jagger, Anna Wintour and David Beckham. The book, written by Hilfiger and Peter Kobler, is available now.

The Elder Statesman Partners With NBA [Business of Fashion]
Los Angeles-based brand The Elder Statesman has inked a multiyear deal with the NBA to produce luxury apparel and accessories bearing the names of the league's 30 teams. The premium collection, which includes silk-cashmere sweaters and tees, ranges in price from $420 to $1,620 and is available at Barneys New York beginning Friday. Down the line, the collection also will be available on The Elder Statesman's direct-to-consumer channels, including the brand's West Hollywood outpost. 

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