'Vogue' Taps Dakota Johnson, Amal Clooney Cover May Be in the Works

Plus: Uniqlo responds to a report about unsafe factory conditions and Taylor Swift expands her circle of model BFFs.
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Plus: Uniqlo responds to a report about unsafe factory conditions and Taylor Swift expands her circle of model BFFs.
Photo: Mario Testino/'Vogue'

Photo: Mario Testino/'Vogue'

Christian Grey won't be the only one falling for Dakota Johnson this February. The "Fifty Shades of Grey" actress has snagged next month's cover of Vogue, too. {Vogue}

Unfortunately for Johnson, the Vogue spotlight may have shifted before her issue even hits the stands. Anna Wintour has reportedly set her sights on Amal Clooney as her next cover girl. {Grazia Daily}

Fast Retailing has responded to a recent report filed by a Hong Kong advocacy group claiming that Uniqlo factories in China and Japan are overworking employees in high-temperature rooms with poor ventilation and floors covered in sewage. Yukihiro Nitta, Fast Retailing's group executive officer responsible for corporate social responsibility, says that parts of the report are accurate and the company is investigating the factories in question. {WWD

Taylor Swift spent this past Saturday in the kitchen with Karlie Kloss, Martha Hunt and, a new addition to her army of gal pals, Gigi Hadid. That's a lot of pretty in one room. {Instagram

Coach continues its rebranding mission with new spring campaign images featuring Hollywood starlet Chloe Grace Moretz and hip hop artist Kid Cudi. It's all kinds of laid back and dreamy. {WWD}