Must Read: Kylie Jenner Faces Copyright Infringement Lawsuit, Beyoncé Launches Holiday-Themed Merch

Plus, Patagonia is donating all $10 million (!) of its Black Friday sales.
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Plus, Patagonia is donating all $10 million (!) of its Black Friday sales.
Kylie Jenner at New York Fashion Week. Photo: James Devaney/Getty Images)

Kylie Jenner at New York Fashion Week. Photo: James Devaney/Getty Images)

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Kylie Jenner is (probably) going to court
The 19-year old reality star is poised to face a copyright infringement lawsuit involving her makeup company's misappropriation of imagery from Los Angeles-based makeup artist Vlada Haggerty. Strikingly similar beauty looks have been seen on the brand's Instagram account, leading Haggerty to pursue legal action. {The Fashion Law}

Beyoncé launches the holiday merch you never knew you needed
While you were knee-deep in Cyber Monday sales, Queen Bey quietly rolled out a mini collection of holiday-themed merch that's bound to top every Beyhive member's wish list. Think sweatshirts adorned with "I Sleigh All Day," "Boy Bye" boy shorts and "I Came to Sleigh" cropped white tees. And, of course, wrap everything up in "Formation"-printed paper. {Vulture}

Patagonia to donate all $10 million of its Black Friday sales
Last week, outdoor retailer Patagonia announced that it would be donating 100 percent of its global retail and online Black Friday sales directly to nonprofit organizations committed to protecting the environment. The result? A record-breaking $10 million (!) in sales, eclipsing the brand's original projections of $2 million in sales. Faith in (credit card-carrying) humanity, restored. {Fashionista inbox}

So, this is what heaven looks like...
When Selfridges's years-long expansion is finally completed in 2018, the high-end department store chain will be able to call itself the home of the largest handbag hall in the world. The department's revamp is reportedly part of the $374 million refurbishment of its London flagship location, and will house more than 7,000 accessories across sunglasses, scarves, tech and handbags categories and cover 61,000 square feet. (That's over than a third of the store's total ground-level space.) {The New York Times}

"There's no such thing as perfection."
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie inked her first beauty partnership as the face of Boots No.7 earlier this year, and the feminist icon recently sat down with The New York Times to share her thoughts across the topics of beauty and feminism. "At some point, I wanted to be who I am," Adichie told the publication on her choice to start wearing makeup. "And who I am is a person who enjoys, from time to time, putting a bright color on my lips." {The New York Times}

Now is the time to get some Vetememes, if you haven't already
After selling out online, Vetements parody brand Vetememes is currently restocking its inventory and is open for pre-orders again. However, if you're after hot items such as the brand's hoodies and tees, you better act fast — pieces are already beginning to sell out. {Hypebeast

Warby Parker debuts collaboration with YouTube star Tyler Oakley
Eyewear brand Warby Parker has teamed up with YouTuber Tyler Oakley on a collection featuring three of its most popular styles in new colorways ranging from matte black to dusty blue. Pairs are priced from $95, arrive in a limited-edition case and include one of three custom black-and-white lens cloths. Click through the gallery below to view each item in the collection. {Fashionista inbox}

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