Style Scoop: Joni Mitchell Covers NYMag, NYFW Generates How Much Money?!, Marco Zanini Might Go To Pucci

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First, Hedi Slimane made her the face of the spring 2015 Saint Laurent campaign, and now Joni Mitchell occupies the cover of New York Magazine. The 71-year-old musician is truly having a moment; clad in Lanvin for the cover shoot, the accompanying article proves that she’s just as much an icon today as she was in the '70s. [The Cut]

New York Fashion Week generates some serious cash for the city—about $900 million, that is. Congressional Apparel Manufacturing and Fashion Business Caucus co-founder Carolyn Maloney told Women’s Wear Daily that she “didn’t realize the importance of the fashion industry to our country and New York City.” More than 230,000 people attend the shows annuals, and when combined with industry trade shows and showroom visits, the number increases to over 500,000. [Women’s Wear Daily]

It’s rumored that Marco Zanini, who left the helm of Schiaparelli back in September, is likely to head to Pucci after Peter Dundas shows (what many believe to be) his last collection for the house on February 28. Also in the running for the Pucci position is MSGM creative director Massimo Giorgetti. Zanini denied any contact with Pucci or a move to the brand, which could not be reached for comment. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Emily Current and Meritt Elliott have begun their two-month stint as style ambassadors for Old Navy. The pair behind Current/Elliott are on board to create a series of videos and look books detailing the major trends for spring. Previous ambassadors for the brand include Brad Goreski for spring 2013 and Joe Zee last fall. [Women’s Wear Daily]

On Monday, six-month-old Lucky Group unveiled Lucky Shops, its new content-meets-commerce destination. Now, Luckymag.com redirects to Luckyshops.com, which aims to give readers an authentic shopping experience, complete with advice from Lucky editors. As Eva Chen put it, “Choose your own shopping adventure. I just want [them] to go into this wormhole of creative, addictive fashion content.” [Fashionista]