Must Read: Jennie Kim Fronts Maison Kitsuné Campaign, Hamish Bowles Steps Down as 'The World of Interiors' Editor

<p>Jennie Kim for Maison Kitsuné. Photo: Jongha Park/Maison Kitsuné</p>

Jennie Kim for Maison Kitsuné. Photo: Jongha Park/Maison Kitsuné

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Jennie Kim fronts Maison Kitsuné campaign
Maison Kitsuné revealed a new Spring 2024 collection, titled Baby Fox, with a campaign starring K-pop icon Jennie Kim. Photographed by Jongha Park, the collection features soft pastels, a feminine energy inspired by Kim and the brand's Baby Fox icon. The collection is available now at Click through Kim's campaign images above. {Fashionista inbox}

Hamish Bowles steps down as EIC of The World of Interiors
Hamish Bowles has stepped down as editor-in-chief of Condé Nast's The World of Interiors after starting the job in 2021. Bowles is now the creative director at large for the London-based magazine after he said he needed "more flexibility" in a memo sent to staff last month. Bowles will continue to serve as global editor at large for Vogue, Condé Nast confirmed. {WWD/paywalled}

The Gredes invest in The Elder Statesman
Emma and Jens Grede have acquired a minority stake in Los Angeles-based luxury knitwear brand The Elder Statesman. The stake from the entrepreneurs behind Skims was accompanied by an investment from the Von Furstenberg family, and although financial terms were not disclosed, The Elder Statesman described the stakes as "significant minority investments." The money will be put towards opening stores in more international markets as well as entering new categories. {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

<p>Photo: Courtesy of Loewe</p>

Photo: Courtesy of Loewe

Dan Levy and Aubrey Plaza star in Loewe film
Loewe released a film on Thursday titled "Decades of Confusion" that stars Dan Levy and Aubrey Plaza. The film plays on the confusion surrounding the pronunciation of Loewe (LO-WEH-VAY) through a spelling bee that spans from 1971 to present day, where Plaza attempts to correctly spell the brand's name. Plaza's outfits, supplied from Loewe's archive, change with the decades until present day, where she wears a car-shaped dress from the brand's Fall 2022 runway. Watch the full film here. {Fashionista inbox}

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