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Must Read: Kylie Jenner Covers 'Elle' UK, North West Wears Fancy Furs to the Playground

Plus, one magazine is banning the term "bikini body" for good.
Photo: Jan Welters for Elle UK

Photo: Jan Welters for Elle UK

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Kylie Jenner lands her first Elle UK cover
The youngest, most social media-obsessed member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan is Elle UK's Feb. 2016 cover girl, and is featured in a '90s-inspired shoot alongside Instagram's favorite male model Lucky Blue Smith. The budding beauty entrepreneur discusses Caitlyn Jenner, her special relationship with Justin Bieber and her plans to step away from the spotlight eventually (yes, for real) in the accompanying interview, which hits newsstands on Jan. 1. {Elle UK

North West wore a fur coat to the playground
In case you had any doubt that North West is the best dressed child on the planet, she was just snapped wearing a $3,500 fur, a pink baseball cap, light wash denim and white Converse sneakers to the playground. She even topped off the look with a matching lollipop. Can't handle the cuteness. {Elle}

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Women's Health bans the phrase "bikini body" from its covers
Women's Health's Editor-in-Chief Amy Keller Laird just announced the publication's New Year's resolution: banning the terms "bikini body" and “drop two sizes” from its covers for good. Instead, expect to see more empowering words like "toned," "strong" and "sexy." Maybe magazines can band together to ban "New Year, New You" next? {Women's Health}

Luxury and retail stocks weaken in Europe
European stock markets were down on Wednesday morning, with luxury and retail stocks among those that fell. For instance, Jimmy Choo was down 3.5 percent to 1.35 pounds, while Moncler fell 1.8 percent to 12.90 euros. {WWD}

Designers share their New Year's resolutions
Barneys New York asked 20 fashion designers — Manolo Blahnik, Olivier Rousteing, Anya Hindmarch, Narciso Rodriguez and more — to share their resolutions for 2016, and taking more time for themselves seems to be the biggest trend. {The Window}