Must Read: Lena Dunham's Newsletter Launches Online Shop, Aquazzura to Open its First U.S. Store

Plus, Pamela Anderson dances for day three of 'Love' Magazine's Advent Calendar.
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Plus, Pamela Anderson dances for day three of 'Love' Magazine's Advent Calendar.
Lena Dunham. Photo: Michael Kovac/Getty Images

Lena Dunham. Photo: Michael Kovac/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Lenny newsletter launches online shop
In the midst of the Cyber Monday madness, Lena Dunham's three-month old "Lenny" newsletter launched its own online shop, filled with items like "Dismantle the Patriarchy" patches and pink fringed "Feminist" banners. {The Hollywood Reporter}

Aquazzura to open its first standalone U.S. store in Feb. 2016
Florence-based shoe retailer (and street style favorite) Aquazzura will now have its first stand-alone U.S. store at 935 Madison Avenue, in close proximity to Apple, Carolina Herrera and Gianvito Rossi. Currently, Aquazzura is carried by several luxury retailers, including Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys New York and Saks Fifth Avenue. {Real Estate News}

Pamela Anderson dances for Love
For day three of Love's Advent Calendar, a lingerie-clad (duh), beehive-sporting Pamela Anderson dances (literally) on a frosted cake. You're welcome. {Love Magazine}

Diesel opens a new flagship store on Madison Ave
Diesel has opened the first of 120 stores that'll have a new home-like setting design concept "The Apartment." Rooms will feature wooden ceilings, antique furniture and Persian rugs, and obviously, pieces from Diesel and Diesel Black Gold collections. {Fashionista inbox}

Condé Nast Traveler hires another New York Times executive
A couple of weeks ago, Condé Nast Traveler hired Brendan Monaghan, formerly the senior vice president of advertising at The New York Times and publisher of T: The New York Times Style Magazine, as the magazine's new publisher and chief revenue officer. Condé has poached yet another executive from the Times — this time, the associate publisher Amanda Smith, who will now serve as head of sales. {WWD}

Pantone chooses two colors of the year
Pantone, the world authority on color, has chosen two hues for its "Color of the Year" award for the first time. Pantone selected the shades after looking through trends in fashion and beauty, popular art movements and even travel destinations. Pantone noted that the two colors — soft pink "Rose Quartz" and baby blue "Serenity" — were seen on the runways of BCBG and Emilio Pucci. {Grazia}