Must Read: Kate Moss is Now an Interior Designer, David Beckham Has Strong Feelings About Daughter Harper's Hair

Plus, Lena Dunham and Hillary Clinton talk student debt forgiveness, feminism and fashion in the debut of Dunham's newsletter, Lenny.
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Plus, Lena Dunham and Hillary Clinton talk student debt forgiveness, feminism and fashion in the debut of Dunham's newsletter, Lenny.
Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines this Tuesday.

Kate Moss turns her eyes towards interior design.
Kate Moss can now add another bullet point to her lofty résumé: interior designer. In an interview with The Sunday Times, the 41-year-old supermodel unveiled The Barnhouse, a rural home that she recently spent six months decorating. The five-bedroom house, which is set upon 650 acres of land and is a 90-minute drive from London, comes with a hefty price tag of £2.5 million (roughly $3.7 million) — so don't get your heart set on moving in anytime soon. {The Sunday Times}

David Beckham refuses to let anyone cut daughter Harper's hair.
During an interview promoting his Modern Essentials campaign for H&M, David Beckham shared an adorable, albeit intriguing detail about his four-year-old daughter Harper's hair — namely, that he refuses to let anyone cut it. His hair policy can simply be summed up as "Do. Not. Touch." Heard you, loud and clear. {Yahoo! Style}

Lululemon opens its first store in the Middle East.
As part of a plan to open 15 to 20 stores total in the Middle East, activewear company Lululemon opened its very first retail space in the Mall of the Emirates today. The company is looking to open two more in Dubai in early 2016, and has already chosen five athlete ambassadors in Dubai. {WWD}

Lena Dunham interviews Hillary Clinton for her first newsletter.
In Lena Dunham's first Lenny Letter — a feminist newsletter created by Dunham and her "Girls" Co-Creator, Jenni Konner — Dunham interviewed Hillary Clinton. Their interview consisted of a number of crucial topics, including (but not limited to): college debt, college memories and the cold-shoulder Donna Karan dress she wore for a White House event in 1993. {Lenny

Gigi Hadid receives words of encouragement from her model friends and colleagues.
After addressing her body-shamers in an Instagram note, Gigi Hadid opened up to Vogue about the reaction and support she received from friends. "I honestly broke down," she told the magazine. "I started crying at the multiple text messages I got today from everyone, from Victoria's Secret models to plus-size models to people like Tyra Banks, who posted [the Instagram letter] and who is someone I've looked up to for my entire life." {Vogue

Giorgio Armani talks succession.
Giorgio Armani may be 81, but succession seems to be the last thing on the iconic designer's mind. After showing his spring 2016 collection in Milan on Monday, Armani told reporters: "While I'm alive, there will be independence." {Business of Fashion}

Molly Bair tells us about her beauty routine, and how she was discovered in a New York City flea market.
In her latest interview, buzzy young model Molly Bair describes her beauty routine — or more accurately, lack thereof. Here's a list of what she uses on a daily basis: moisturizer, ointment for lips, eyedrops, hand sanitizer and concealer. Finally! Someone who sounds like a normal 18-year-old. {Into the Gloss}

WeWork is suing The Lucky Group over custom-built, unused New York City office space.
While The Lucky Group and its now-defunct magazine arm Lucky shuttered in June, the media company remains in hot water with WeWork, a company that both leases and designs customized office spaces. WeWork is reportedly suing The Lucky Group for not paying rent on their own custom-built office in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood, which remains unused and was part of a 24-month membership agreement, signed in Dec. 2014. {The Real Deal}