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Must Read: A 'Cosmopolitan' TV Show is in the Works, Hearst Invests in 'Complex'

And Alexa Chung debuts the second episode of her documentary series.
Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles Photo: Cindy Ord/Getty Images

Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles Photo: Cindy Ord/Getty Images

These are the fashion stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Cosmopolitan is still getting a TV show  
NBC is working on a series based on Cosmopolitan magazine with Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles on board as an executive producer. The script will be written by former "Parenthood" writer Sarah Watson and the series will focus on themes like friendships, finding your identity and managing career and family. Reports of NBC developing a Cosmo TV show initially surfaced last fall, though this version has a different writer attached. {The Hollywood Reporter}

Hearst invests in Complex
In a very strategic move, Hearst has invested $21 million to acquire a minority stake in Complex. The men's media network encompasses several sites reaching over 57 million male readers monthly while boasting 450 million monthly page views. The digital publication has seen a huge spike in audience since adopting a video-first approach over the past two years and even brought in Spike Lee as its board advisor, branded video projects earlier this year. {Fashionista Inbox}

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Macy's will hire 85,000 temporary workers for the holidays
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