Must Read: Stella McCartney Covers 'Vogue,' Photographers Accused of Sexual Misconduct Are Still Working

Plus, Proenza Schouler celebrates the PS1's 10th birthday.

Stella McCartney and her children cover the January 2020 issue of 'Vogue.' Photo: Annie Leibovitz for 'Vogue'
Stella McCartney and her children cover the January 2020 issue of 'Vogue.' Photo: Annie Leibovitz for 'Vogue'

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Stella McCartney is the first of Vogue's four January cover stars
Stella McCartney kicks off a quartet of covers for Vogue's January 2020 issue, which will celebrate creative forces and role models. The designer discusses running a sustainable and environmentally-conscious clothing label in an industry that can feel at odds with those values. "We’re trying to prove that this is a viable way to do business in our industry," McCartney says. The issue can be found on newsstands starting on December 6. {Vogue}

Photographers accused of sexual misconduct are still working
Following accusations of sexual misconduct last year, many in the fashion industry distanced themselves from photographers Bruce Weber and Mario Testino. However, it seems that some magazines and celebrities are still working with them. Man About Town's most recent issue features photographs by Weber and Instagram watchdog Diet Prada called attention to a recent post on Kim Kardashian's Instagram that tags Testino. {The New York Times}

Proenza Schouler celebrates PS1 handbag's 10th birthday
This December, Proenza Schouler celebrates the 10-year anniversary of the PS1 handbag, the unofficial official It-bag of the late aughts. To honor the milestone, the brand will release three limited-edition styles featuring archival paintings by American artist and filmmaker Harmony Korine. See the updated It-bags in the gallery below. {Fashionista inbox}

<p>Photo: Courtesy of Proenza Schouler</p>

Photo: Courtesy of Proenza Schouler

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"Basic Bitch" fashion dominated the decade
Ugg boots, Lululemon leggings and pumpkin spice lattes — you know the girl. Better known as the "Basic Bitch," these shoppers spiked sales of brands such as Michael Kors and The North Face over the past decade. Even this year, the "Basic Bitch" aesthetic has felt relevant and even on-trend, with Y/Projects thigh-high stiletto Ugg boots (worn by Rihanna) and The North Face jackets emerging into gorpcore style. {Business of Fashion}

Why Filipino designers will be the ones to watch in 2020s
U.S.-based Filipino designers such as Monique Lhuillier and Josie Natori have brought more spotlight onto the Philippines' growing fashion industry, with up-and-comers like Rajo Laurel and Rosental Tee emerging as labels to watch in the new decade. {South China Morning Post}

Marc Jacobs releases a 'Girl, Interrupted' collection
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the film 'Girl, Interrupted,' Marc Jacobs is releasing three limited-edition items that feature the imagery from the movie, with proceeds going to The Trevor Project. Scroll through the gallery below to see the collection. {Fashionista inbox}

<p>Adut Akech for Marc Jacobs. Photo: Tina Tyrell for Marc Jacobs</p>

Adut Akech for Marc Jacobs. Photo: Tina Tyrell for Marc Jacobs

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