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Must Read: Tyra Banks to Leave 'FabLife,' Johnny Depp Worries About Lily-Rose Growing Up Too Fast

And Condé Nast Traveler hires a publisher from 'T' magazine.
Tyra Banks. Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

Tyra Banks. Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Tyra Banks to leave "FabLife" after two months
After just two months, Tyra Banks will be leaving "FabLife" — allegedly to concentrate on her beauty company. In a joint statement with ABC, Banks explained that it was "a very difficult decision, but necessary" and that she'll continue to support the growth of the show, albeit on the sidelines. Banks will stay on as the executive producer through December. {The Wrap}

Johnny Depp thinks daughter Lily-Rose is growing up too fast
Like any good father, Johnny Depp is concerned that his daughter is growing up too fast. Recently, he stated, "When I see her with makeup and all that stuff, it's really disturbing, because she's a very beautiful girl, and it's all happening so fast." {The Daily Mail}

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Snow boots are on the rise
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Condé Nast appoints Brendan Monaghan publisher of Condé Nast Traveler
Condé Nast has appointed Brendan Monaghan publisher and chief revenue officer of Condé Nast Traveler. Previously, Monaghan served as senior vice president of advertising at The New York Times and publisher of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. During his time at T, the magazine broke ad records, nabbing an all-time high with its September 2015 issue.  {Fashionista inbox}