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Must Read: 'Cosmo for Latinas' Goes All-Digital, Karl Lagerfeld Talks Designer Burnout

Plus, a new 'Top Model' show might be in the works.
Karl Lagerfeld. Photo: Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images

Karl Lagerfeld. Photo: Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines this Thursday.

Cosmopolitan for Latinas goes all digital
Hearst announced on Thursday that Cosmopolitan for Latinas, which published five issues a year, will now be a digital-only brand, citing the Hispanic community's mobile and "online usage" as the reason. The English-language magazine for millennial Latino and Hispanic women published its first standalone issue in May 2012 and is led by Editor-in-Chief Michelle Herrera Mulligan. A representative for Hearst declined to comment on whether any staff members have been laid off. {Fashionista inbox}

"America's Next Top Model" might get a reboot
The CW's long-running series "America's Next Top Model" will see its end after this season's finale on Dec. 4th. But don't be sad yet. Rumor has it that the show's Executive Producer Ken Mok is pitching a new "Top Model" installment to different outlets with the support of Tyra Banks, who's also expected to continue as executive producer if a "Top Model" reboot actually becomes a reality. {Deadline}

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Karl Lagerfeld graciously shares his opinion on designer burnout
Without further ado, here's what Karl Lagerfeld thinks about today's hottest topic, designer burnout: "If you think it's too many, you don't take those contracts. You know, I hate the designers who take the money and then go, [he gasps theatrically] 'It's too much!' For me, it's normal. But I'm not normal so I don't know." Designer burnout is, of course, a serious matter, but how can you not laugh reading this? {Vogue UK}

Hearst Corporation is now simply "Hearst"
Going forward, Hearst Corporation will simply go by Hearst. You can give your fingers a rest now. {Fashionista inbox}

Vogue explores the world of Karlie Kloss
In a video titled "Karlie Kloss: Welcome to My World," December cover star Karlie Kloss lets Vogue UK into her house for a short gab session, where we learn that some of Kloss's favorite things include moleskins, cream colored scarves and a tea set from Taylor Swift. {Vogue UK}

Glenn O'Brien joins Maxim as Editor-at-Large
Writer and editor Glenn O'Brien, who left his post as GQ's "The Style Guy" earlier this year, has replaced Kate Lanphear at the top of Maxim's masthead. Though his title will be editor-at-large — a term he actually coined when he worked at High Times in 1970s and didn't want to be confined to the office — O'Brien will have all of the editorial authority at the struggling men's magazine. {WWD}