Must Read: Oprah Covers 'WSJ Magazine''s March Fashion Issue, Tom Ford on His Upcoming Shows

Plus, Lululemon's CEO resigns after un-specified misconduct.
By Dara Prant ,
Oprah Winfrey on "WSJ Magazine"'s March Fashion issue. Photo: @wsjmag/Instagram

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Oprah Covers WSJ Magazine's March fashion issue
Oprah Winfrey is racking up glossy fashion covers this March. With InStyle already under her belt, she's now landed the cover of WSJ Magazine. The image — which could function as her presidential campaign poster — features the multi-talented talk show host in a body-loving, all-black ensemble with her hands raised for joy. The issue obviously celebrates Oprah, but it also celebrates Kristina O'Neill's fifth anniversary as the editor. {WWD}

Tom Ford opens up about his upcoming shows
This Fall 2018 season, Tom Ford is holding two full-out runway shows in New York: The men's show will take place on Tuesday night, while his women's collection will hit the catwalk on Thursday. That's quite a full plate for a man who's spent the past few years experimenting with alternative and more intimate presentation methods. In an interview with WWD, fashion's resident king of glam talks using fur, his sartorial companions' decision to decamp to Paris, his distaste for red carpet politics and what to expect from him this season. {WWD}

Lululemon's CEO resigns after un-specified misconduct
On Monday, Lululemon Athletica Inc. announced that Laurent Potdevin has resigned as CEO after failing to comply with the company's standards of conduct. Potdevin became CEO of the Vancouver-based company in 2014, and Lululemon has yet to provide specifics on what he did to warrant his departure. {Business of Fashion}

Frye to launch clothes for fall 
Frye wants to dress you from head to toe: For the first time in its long leather history — 155 years, to be exact — Frye is expanding into ready-to-wear. The brand, which is known for its well-made accessories and footwear, is launching a western-inspired range of clothes for men and women this fall.  {WWD}

11 Designers on how the #MeToo and Time's Up movements have affected them 
The Golden Globes blackout was a red carpet fashion statement in favor of the #MeToo and Time's Up movements. But how will the runways — which set the stage for all major fashion moments — speak up? Vogue spoke with 11 New York designers — from Prabal Gurung to Victoria Beckham — to hear how they've been personally and creatively affected by the movements. {Vogue}

Catching up with the creators of @dietprada 
@Dietprada is the meme equivalent to "Gossip Girl"; it's the one and only source into the copycatting practices of fashion's elite. And if you have Instagram, you've most likely seen these industry trolls throwing shade at some of the biggest designers, retailers and influencers. Ssense caught up with the founders and got all the dirt on what it takes to run fashion's most fearless account. {Ssense}

Why NYFW:M didn't last as a standalone event
New York Fashion Week: Men's made its debut in January 2015, but this year, the CFDA pushed the men's shows back to join the main New York Fashion Week schedule in February. With many of us curious to know why the separate fashion events were consolidated into one, Glossy spoke to menswear designers and members of the CFDA to better understand the schedule change. {Glossy}

Odda Magazine's newest issue stars Kim Kardashian West 
For the Italian magazine's 14th issue, Odda got a Fendi-clad Kim Kardashian West to pose next to one of her Louis Vuitton-painted trash cans. The issue, titled "Queen Be," will hit newsstands on Feb.21 in Milan — just in time for fashion week. {@oddamagazine/Instagram}

Kim Kardashian West on the cover of "Odda''s 14th issue. Photo: @oddamagazine/Instagram

Will fashion's predators ever get what they deserve? 
Following the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Hollywood staged a takedown of the media mogul and of sexual harassment in the industry. Then, some fashion predators – namely famous photographers – came under investigation for decades of inappropriate work conduct, but aside from a detailed exposé in The New York Times and various statements made by brands and publications refusing to work with them, these men denied the accusations and appear relatively unscathed. In a new piece published by The Cut, Jessica Pressler questions whether fashion will ever truly speak up and say "time's up." {The Cut}

Suki Waterhouse fronts new Salvatore Ferragamo fragrance campaign
Suki Waterhouse is the face and brand ambassador for Salvatore Ferragamo's new fragrance, Amo. The perfume contains floral and fruity olfactory notes, which are designed to incite a spirit of modern femininity. The Amo campaign embodies Suki Waterhouse's passion, versatility and joy of life in a series of images and short videos shot by Ellen von Unwerth in Florence. {Fashionista Inbox} 

Alexa Chung talks to finding her voice as a fashion designer in Porter's latest issue
Alexa Chung has made a successful career out of her sartorial choices. In Porter's newest issue, the muse to many spoke with the magazine about finding her voice as a fashion designer, falling in love and about what inspired her fourth collection. "I just liked this idea of a gaggle of mates in a certain era, all sharing experiences and talents, all being at the forefront of their domain, just smashing life," Chung notes on the line's inspiration. "Being total lushes. And painting all these lovely things." {Fashionista Inbox} 

Elizabeth Stewart to design exclusive shoe collection for PLV
Elizabeth Stewart — celebrity stylist to Cate Blanchett, Gal Gadot, Viola Davis and Jessica Chastain — announced Tuesday that she will design an exclusive line of shoes for luxury footwear brand PLV (formerly, Pour La Victoire). The Stand Tall Collection is comprised of 10 styles, including pumps, platforms and loafers, inspired by female empowerment and strength. "I've partnered with PLV to design a collection of statement-making shoes perfect for the 'red-carpet moments' in every woman's life," Stewart said in a press statement. The collection will hit stores in September, but until then, grab a sneak peek at one of the styles below. 

A shoe from Elizabeth's Stewart's collection with PLV. Photo: @elizabethstewart1/Instagram

Marc Jacobs Beauty announces Morgane Martini as newest global artistry ambassador 
On Tuesday, Marc Jacobs Beauty added Morgane Martini to its global artistry ambassador team. Martini hails from Paris and has a stacked resume, which includes working with renowned photographers, a-list celebrities, leading luxury brands and several top fashion publications. Her first work for the brand will be seen in its Spring 2018 foundation launch. {Fashionista Inbox} 

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