In the Aftermath of the Third Presidential Debate, Even Rick Owens Is Going to Vote

The designer has never voted before. But now, he just might. Plus, Kenzo and H&M fete their new collaboration, and Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid are performance artists now.

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Beckham, Victoria Posh Spice is the latest Target collaborator; she’ll release a line of womenswear and children’s styles beginning April 2017, marking her first foray into kids’ designs.

Clinton, Hillary At each debate, the Democratic presidential candidate has quietly helped her reality TV star-opponent destroy himself on stage. All it takes is calling him by his first name.

Hadid, Gigi; and Jenner, Kendall W’s two supermodel cover stars, and budding performance artists who turned into humanoid creatures in Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch’s “placebo pets” on the cover of the November art issue.

Hermes Courting a younger generation, first with its Apple Watch and now with a pop-up concept store in Seattle’s Nordstrom.

Honey, Pale The 23-year-old Swedish musicians behind Pale Honey really love Stranger Things. So much so, they decided to recreate it for themselves.

Kenzo Designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, and creative director Jean-Paul Goude, celebrated their collaboration with Swedish fast fashion chain H&M Wednesday night with a blowout party at Pier 36. No one seemed to miss the debate.

Owens, Rick Has never voted before, telling i-D he “never really cared.” But this year, for the first time, he cares.

Versace, Donatella Designer, businesswoman, author.

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