Must Read: Justin Bieber is Nude on 'Clash' Cover, Kylie Jenner Contours Her Ears

Plus, Lily Aldridge and Michael Kors play a game of "Guess the Famous Fashion Icon."
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Plus, Lily Aldridge and Michael Kors play a game of "Guess the Famous Fashion Icon."

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Justin Bieber poses nude in a fedora for the 100th issue of Clash
Justin Bieber fronts Clash's 100th issue, set to hit newsstands this Friday. The pop star, who poses in nothing but a fedora, talks about his relationship with God, friendships and stardom. {Clash}

Kate Spade acquires Bag Bar business
Kate Spade has acquired Bag Bar from Dee Ocleppo, Tommy Hilfiger's wife. The product allows customers to add interchangeable covers and accessories to handbags. Kate Spade New York will offer customizable options for various silhouettes starting in 2017. Aside from handbags, other possibilities include small leather goods. {WWD}

Costume Designers Guild Award winners announced
Awards for excellence in costume design in film and television were dolled out during an awards ceremony Tuesday night. Winners included Paco Delgado for "The Danish Girl" in the period film category, Jenny Beavan for "Mad Max: Fury Road" in fantasy and Lou Eyrich for "American Horror Story: Hotel" in contemporary TV series, among others. {Hollywood Reporter}

Kylie Jenner contours her ears
In her latest app video, Kylie Jenner reveals that she likes to contour her ears too so that her ears and face are the same colors on the red carpet. The life of a Jenner. {US Weekly}

Michael Kors and Lily Aldridge play "Glamour Games 2"
For part two of "Glamour Games 2," Michael Kors and Lily Aldridge describe and act out famous fashion icons. {YouTube}

Interview releases four different covers for its March issue
For its March issue titled "Queens of Cool: The Fashion Issue," Interview has tapped four different cover stars: Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jodie Foster, Saoirse Ronan and Winona Ryder. Interestingly, Jodie Foster and Saoirse Ronan interview the other for their cover stories. {Interview}

MAC Cosmetics and Ohne Titel respond to racist Instagram comments about runway model Aamito Lagum
After MAC Cosmetics posted a close-up of Aamito Lagum's lips taken backstage at Ohne Titel on Instagram, several commenters left racist remarks, prompting the team to contact Instagram to flag and remove such comments. Since then, the 23-year-old model has posted the same picture of her lips with the captions: "My lips give you sleepless nights." In support of Lagum, designers Alexa Adams and Flora Gill of Ohne Titel have also also posted a photo of the model.  {NY Times}

Lily Aldridge fronts Lui
Proving that the French glossy can get literally any model to bare all, Lui has tapped Lily Aldridge as its newest cover star. Aldridge poses nude with a strategically placed coat, of course.  {Lui}

Hugo Boss shares fall 20 percent
Hugo Boss shares fell 20 percent after the German clothier warned that sales in China and the U.S. will decline by at least 10 percent. Hugo Boss will present its full year results in early March. {Business of Fashion}

"Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style" was the second most attended fall show at the Costume Institute
The Costume Institute's "Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style" attracted 194,820 visitors, making it the second most attended fall exhibit at the Costume Institute. For comparison's sake, last year's fall exhibit "Death Becomes Her" drew 187,417 visitors and spring's "China: Through the Looking Glass" attracted a record of nearly 816,000 visitors. {WWD}

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