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Must Read: Chrissy Teigen Gets Her First 'Vogue' Cover, Tamara Mellon Granted Chapter 11 Financing

Plus, Raquel Zimmermann stars in Isabel Marant's spring 2016 campaign by Inez & Vinoodh.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Chrissy Teigen lands her first Vogue cover 
Both Chrissy Teigen and her husband John Legend posted Teigen's first Vogue cover on Instagram on Wednesday. "So proud and honored to have shot the cover of Vogue Thailand!" she wrote. "Special to me for so many reasons... one being I am SO PROUD to be Thai, so excited to have shot a Vogue cover (a dream, of course) annnnd a couple minutes after this shot, John and I learned we were having our little baby girl!" Teigen wears Chanel for the Jan. 2016 cover, shot by Yu Tsai. {The Fashion Spot}

Tamara Mellon's bankruptcy case is moving along
Earlier this month, Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in hopes that the court would approve her namesake brand's business plan to raise extra funding (from private equity firm New Enterprise Associates) and focus on a direct-to-consumer model. On Wednesday, U.S. bankruptcy judge Kevin Gross from the District of Delaware granted the line approval for financing. A spokesperson for the brand told WWD that it plans to get back to business by Jan. 15. {WWD}

Raquel Zimmermann stars in Isabel Marant's spring 2016 campaign
Raquel Zimmermann has joined the ranks of Natasha Poly, Daria Werbowy and Gisele Bündchen as the latest face of Isabel Marant. The Brazilian model posed for photography duo Inez & Vinoodh in Marant's decidedly bohemian spring 2016 collection — harem pants, wrap skirts with fringe and embroidered blouses — inspired by India. {Fashion Copious}

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