Style Notes: 'Neon Demon' Ladies Cover 'V'; Leandra Medine's New Collab

Abbey Lee, Elle Fanning and Bella Heathcote for V Mag

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Neon Demon Stars Share 'V Mag' Cover [V Mag]
Elle Fanning, Abbey Lee and Bella Heathcote star as models in this summer's Neon Demon, but from the looks of their latest V Magazine cover, they've got some modeling chops of their own. The trio ups the drama in their shoot for the fall preview issue, wearing looks by Preen, Marc Jacobs and Gucci in the dramatic spread photographed by Steven Klein.


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Man Repeller's Leandra Medine Has a New Collab [Racked]
Leandra Medine, the founder of Man Repeller, collaborated with British label Atea Oceanie on a collection of elevated basics — think blazers and trousers with the stylish flair that the street style icon is known for. The capsule is now available on Atea Oceanie's site and Boutique 1, and is priced between $270 and $650. 

MADE Berlin Hosts Exchange Program for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin [WWD]
MADE Berlin is introducing a cultural exchange program that will bring U.S. talent, including bi-coastal fashion brand Eckhaus Latta, to Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin. The exchange will also introduce German talent at New York Fashion Week this September. As this is MADE's inaugural season in Berlin, the organization will host a dinner as well as an afterparty curated by Eckhaus Latta. 

Victoria Beckham Takes a Stand on the Brexit [Instagram]
Given the rather tumultuous current state of American politics, it can be easy to forget that Britain is in the midst of the great Brexit debate regarding whether the country should remain in the EU. Victoria Beckham made her stance on the issue known with an Instagram post that addresses rumors that she's in favor of leaving. She captioned a red, white and blue graphic which reads "IN," with the following statement: "I believe in my country, I believe in a future for my children where we are stronger together and I support the #remain campaign."