Must Read: Gigi Hadid Has Some Thoughts on 'Making a Murderer,' Adidas Names New CEO

And Alessandra Ambrosio goes topless for "GQ."
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Gigi Hadid finished "Making a Murderer" over the weekend and... 
Like many of us, Gigi Hadid binge-watched "Making a Murderer" on Netflix and just had to talk about it. So, the former criminal psychology student took to Twitter to share her many, many thoughts and theories, such as: "They went INto jury discussion on the side of not guilty. Something happened in that room & they changed their mind." Tell us more, Gigi. {@GiGiHadid/Twitter}

Alessandra Ambrosio's body covers GQ
In her second mostly-naked men's magazine cover in three months, Alessandra Ambrosio accompanies Christiano Ronaldo on the cover of GQ's "Body Issue." Hot stuff. {GQ}

Taylor Swift's clothing line makes Hong Kong Fashion Week debut
In case you weren't aware, Taylor Swift has a clothing line specifically for the Chinese market, and it made its runway debut on Monday at Hong Kong Fashion Week. It sounds like Swift isn't too involved, though: she wasn't even at the show. {WWD}

Adidas names new CEO
Adidas CEO Herbert Hainer, who has been with the company for 15 years, will be succeeded by Kasper Rorsted on Oct. 1 after a two-month transition period. Hainer is leaving sooner than expected, and the decision follows a string of profit warnings from the company, which did not exactly please investors. {Adidas}

Condé Nast is reportedly "passé"
Condé vs. Hearst: which is a better place to work? According to Page Six (so, grain of salt), Hearst has recently come out on top. It's now associated with great perks and a better location, while Condé is all layoffs and rat infestations. {Page Six}

Dov and co. likely to revise their bid for American Apparel
A group of investors led by Dov Charney hit a snag in their attempt to gain control over American Apparel when their $300-million bid for the company was rejected last week. Despite the setback, it sounds like they are likely to put in a new bid in the coming days. {WWD}

Tamara Mellon is out of the woods
Designer Tamara Mellon is officially out of bankruptcy after filing Chapter 11 in December. The brand has reorganized and now has a new business partner in venture firm New Enterprise Associates. Mellon plans to focus more on direct-to-consumer sales moving forward. {WWD}

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