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Must Read: Alexa Chung Launches an App, Ralph Lauren to Live-Stream Show in London

And Terry Richardson shoots Kylie Jenner for 'Galore.'

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Alexa Chung is billed as the co-founder of a new fashion app called Villoid, now available to download on iTunes. The app allows users to create mood boards featuring products from brands, such as ASOS and Miu Miu, which can then be shared among friends and family. You can also follow friends and inspiring people, and even shop through affiliate sites. {Elle}

For the cover story of Galore, Kylie Jenner talks about turning 18, being inspired by her sister's work ethic and creating content for Terry Richardson shot the accompanying editorial, which unsurprisingly features a whole lot of cleavage. {Galore}

Never ones to shy away from technology-enhanced marketing, Ralph Lauren will be partnering with Periscope to live-stream its New York Fashion Week show to London's Piccadilly Circus. To get Londoners excited, the company will also feature tweets and a countdown clock in the days leading up to the event. {WWD}

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In more London news, British Vogue will celebrate its centenary with an exhibit at London's National Portrait Gallery from Feb. 11 to May 22. Titled "Vogue 100: A Century of Style," the exhibit will feature more than 280 images from the magazine's archives. There will also be fashion illustrations, a digital room featuring recent fashion films and a gallery of 100 Vogues from each year. {WWD

To celebrate the launch of its new Boy.Friend watch, Chanel will host a NYFW pop-up store in the Meatpacking District on Friday, where customers will have the option of photographing themselves wearing the watches at an in-store photo booth. {WWD}

Surprise! Athleta and Derek Lam's 38-piece capsule collection is now shoppable online, one day before its official launch date. The pieces will also be available in select stores starting Wednesday. {Racked}

In an effort to make its sourcing practices more humane, H&M is collaborating with Humane Society International to pursue legislative bans on mulesing, live-plucking and force-feeding. Besides policies to protect farm animals, the fast-fashion retailer will also support the #BeCrueltyFree campaign by raising awareness and supporting education programs. {Vogue UK}

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