Choupette Looks Moody on the Cover of 'Vogue' Brazil, Joe Zee Talks Digital Magazines

Plus: Gap partners with Europe's biggest online retailer
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Plus: Gap partners with Europe's biggest online retailer
Grumpy cat. Photo: 'Vogue' Brazil

Grumpy cat. Photo: 'Vogue' Brazil

The hardest-working cat in fashion, Karl Lagerfeld's Choupette, is looking pretty over it on Vogue Brazil's new December cover with fellow superstar Gisele Bundchen. Maybe she's just feeling tired from promoting her tell-all bookbeauty campaign and Chanel handbag? {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Joe Zee, editor in chief of Yahoo Style, discusses the transition from print to web and working with Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. He calls Yahoo a "sleepy brand that needs to be made relevant and important to a new generation," and also talks about the early years of his career, including what he wore to his first interview at Allure and how he shot Christy Turlington for the cover of W backstage at a Versace show —"Literally we just put a white piece of paper on the wall and as she was exiting off the runway we stuck her against the wall for five minutes and took a picture as our cover." {Business of Fashion}

Gap is making big moves across the pond. The brand has announced a partnership with Europe's largest fashion and footwear e-commerce site, Zalando. Based in Berlin, the retailer will bring Gap back to German customers for the first time since it shut down its stores there in 2004. {WWD}

Speaking of Germany, the country's edition of Interview magazine revealed an impressive cover for its December/January 2015 issue — Beyonce, fresh off a new video release, wearing a knit mask and fur hoodie. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Theory is expanding its accessories offerings. The brand, once again under the creative direction of Lisa Kulson, has designed three soft, minimalist bags and two shoe styles, the latter in collaboration with CFDA Fashion Fund winner Paul Andrew. But this is just the beginning — pre-fall and men's items are in the works. {WWD}