Must Read: Target's Big Wellness Push, Simone Rocha Talks Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture Collaboration

<p>Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images</p>

Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Target's big wellness push
By the end of January, Target will have debuted 1,000 new wellness-related products ranging from apparel and accessories to beauty and technology. The retailer has brought on new brands such as Kourtney Kardashian Barker's supplements brand Lemme, Hum Nutrition and Bala bangles, and the retailer is set on becoming the go-to destination for all things wellness. {Glossy}

Simone Rocha talks Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture collaboration
Simone Rocha is the latest guest designer to collaborate with Jean Paul Gaultier since he began choosing a different designer every season to interpret his legacy. Rocha opens up about the Jean Paul Gaultier signatures she pays homage to in her collection, the harmony Rocha sees between their styles and what her next steps could be, to Business of Fashion's Tim Blanks. {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

Anne Hathaway walks off Vanity Fair photoshoot in solidarity with Condé Nast strike
On Tuesday morning, Anne Hathaway walked out of a Vanity Fair photoshoot in support of the Condé Nast Union walkout, which saw nearly 400 union members protest negotiation practices they claim violate labor law. Hathaway was reportedly in hair and makeup when a staffer from SAG-AFTRA notified her team, and a source told Variety that Hathaway got up from hair and makeup and left. {Variety}

How Something Navy became a cautionary tale for influencer brands
Fashion influencer Arielle Charnas started Something Navy as a blog in 2009 and later evolved it into a private label with Nordstrom in 2018, before taking on investors to grow it into a standalone brand and burning through capital to open stores. After mounting debt and staff exits rocked the brand in 2023, Something Navy was being offloaded in a fire sale in December. The rise and fall of Something Navy now serves as a cautionary tale for influencer brands looking to capitalize on their followings. {The Wall Street Journal/paywalled}

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