Must Read: Hunter Pulls Out of London Fashion Week, Acne Studios Debut Full Line of Bags

Plus, Stephen Colbert ate buffalo wings with Victoria's Secret models.
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Plus, Stephen Colbert ate buffalo wings with Victoria's Secret models.

Stephen Colbert ate buffalo wings with Victoria’s Secret models
On Monday night, Victoria's Secret models Adriana Lima, Taylor Hill and Behati Prinsloo stopped by "The Late Show" to eat buffalo wings with host Stephen Colbert, who said they were made from "Angels who didn't make the cut." Needless to say, they looked really gorgeous while doing so, despite the fact that it got rather messy. {YouTube}

Hunter pulls out of London Fashion Week
Back in September, our editor posed the question: Why is Hunter still showing at Fashion Week? Well, it seems as though Hunter might've been thinking the same thing, because on Tuesday, the label announced that it won't be holding a show. Instead, it will focus on creating stronger relationships with customers via music festivals and standalone retail stores. {WWD}

Acne Studios expands into handbags
Acne Studios introduced its first full bag collection to shoppers Tuesday in three different styles, with more to come in mid-January. Prices range from $380 to $1,750 and you can shop the line right here. {Fashionista inbox}

Alessandro Michele’s new retail concept for Gucci makes U.S. debut
Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele's new brick-and-mortar retail vision made its official debut in Milan during Fashion Week, but now U.S. shoppers will be able to experience it via the brand's just-opened 8,000 square-foot store at the sleek Brookfield Place mall in lower Manhattan, adjacent to One World Trade. Meant to feel warm, inviting and relaxing, the store features dreamy blush velvet furniture, as well as industrial, luggage-inspired details, like rivets. {Fashionista Inbox}

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