Condé Nast Shutters Teen Vogue Print, Gigi Hadid Calls Out Twitter User

by Sydney Sadick

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Condé Nast Shutters Teen Vogue Print [The Cut]
Intel on what this means for Teen Vogue‘s editor-in-chief Elaine Welteroth. Plus! Major cuts at Condé Nast.

Gigi Hadid Calls Out Twitter User for Criticizing Women in Hijabs [InStyle]
Hadid called a woman on Instagram a “f—ing moron” for posting a controversial tweet about women wearing hijabs in N.Y.C. following this week’s terrorist attack.

Dsquared2 Supports Anti-Bullying [Vogue UK]
The designers behind Dsquared2 launched the “Be Cool Be Nice” foundation and collection set up to tackle online bullying and support victims.

Calvin Klein Gets Candid [Pret-a-Reporter]
The fashion designer dishes on Donna Karan’s Harvey Weinstein comments, sexuality in the Trump era, his new book, and new life in L.A..

Russian Authorities Investigate 14-Year-Old Model’s Death [The New York Times]
Last week, a 14-year-old model from Perm, Russia, died while on a three-month assignment in China, leading Russian authorities to investigate what exactly went down.

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