Must Read: Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik Post First Selfie Together, Cara Delevingne Dressed Up as Jabba the Hutt

And Karlie Kloss takes us behind the scenes of Taylor Swift's "1989" World Tour in a new video.
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And Karlie Kloss takes us behind the scenes of Taylor Swift's "1989" World Tour in a new video.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Karlie Kloss posts a video of Taylor Swift's "1989" London show on "Klossy"
Did you ever wonder what it was like to be welcomed to the stage as a guest star on Taylor Swift's "1989" tour? Of course you have. In her latest video, Karlie Kloss provides a backstage glimpse at the process, from Swift marking the whole thing using nail polish and towels (we're not kidding) to the model #squad waiting in the wings for its big debut. {YouTube}

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik post their first selfie together
On Sunday, Zayn Malik posted a ridiculously cute selfie (sans caption, of course) with his rumored girlfriend Gigi Hadid. Malik and Hadid were spotted together in November, sparking rumors about the two's relationship status. Well, this Instagram looks pretty official to us... {Instagram}

Cara Delevingne watched "Star Wars" dressed as Jabba the Hutt
If you thought your costume for the premiere of "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens" was good, think again. Over the weekend, Cara Delevingne braved the crowds to see the movie at a local theater, dressed in a wacky Jabba the Hutt disguise, complete with a lightsaber. For the less adventurous among us, there's always the option of wearing a piece from one of these "Star Wars" fashion collaborations. {Instagram}

Kendall Jenner graces the cover of Vogue Brazil
On Saturday, Kendall Jenner posted a photo of her brand new Vogue Brazil cover — her first major cover of 2016 — photographed by Russell James. In the caption, the 20-year-old graciously thanked James, stating: "If anyone knows about my modeling journey they know that this man is one of the reasons I am where I'm at today." {Instagram}

Prestige beauty sales are up
The NPD Group estimates that 2015 beauty sales in the prestige market (department stores, specialty chains and e-commerce) will log an 8 percent gain, compared to last year's 7 percent increase — basically, good news for struggling retailers. Skin care is growing at the same rate as last year's, but both makeup and fragrance sales saw an improvement in 2015. Retailers are also bracing themselves for post-Christmas sales when customers typically shop for themselves. {WWD}

Former Nike executive will join Levi Strauss & Co.
Carrie Ask, formerly the vice president and general manager for Nike Stores North America, will join Levi Strauss & Co as the company's executive vice president and president of global retail, effective Feb. 16. Prior to Nike, Ask also held positions at Target, Petco and BC Natural Foods LLC. {WWD}

Charlie Rose tours a prototype "next-generation" Apple Store
During Sunday night's segment of "60 Minutes," Angela Ahrendts, senior vice president, retail and online stores of Apple, took Charlie Rose and viewers inside a mock "next-generation" Apple Store, located in an unmarked warehouse near the company's headquarters. When asked how many iterations of the store design the team has gone through, Ahrendts responded: "I mean, honestly there are meetings in here every single week." The simplified interior layout, complete with displays of living plants, are designed to be "dynamic, emotive and immersive." {CBS}

Isabel Marant may be in talks for a sale
Since Isabel Marant founded her independent label two decades ago, she's steadily built a cult-like following around the world, with stores steadily popping up in top markets like Paris, London, Copenhagen, Tokyo, New York and Los Angeles. But in order to help fund this global expansion — and to expand its range of products — the brand may be in talks to sell a controlling stake to private equity firm Eurazeo, which has previously funded the likes of Moncler and Desigual. {Reuters}

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