Must Read: Michelle Phan Covers 'Nylon,' Gisele and Tom Brady's Chef Tells All

Plus, Grindr will live-stream J.W. Anderson's fall 2016 men's wear show.
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'Nylon' Photo: Felisha Tolentino

'Nylon' Photo: Felisha Tolentino

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Nylon taps Michelle Phan for February cover
In her first major magazine cover story, 28-year-old beauty mogul Michelle Phan reveals a lot of personal details about her life to Nylon, including growing up on food stamps, being evicted several times and dealing with kids yelling "Ching, Chong" at school.  {Nylon}

Grindr will stream J.W. Anderson's fall 2016 men's show
No, you didn't misread that. Grindr, the gay social network app, will be live-streaming J.W. Anderson's fall 2016 men's show on Sunday. Users will receive a link and a code to stream the video, which will play on phone and tablet browsers (and not the app itself). It might seem like an unlikely match, but for Anderson, it was "a no-brainer." Alrighty then. {The New York Times}

What Gisele eats (and doesn't eat)
Here's a quick rundown of Gisele Bündchen's family's diet, according to their Chef Allen Campbell: no gluten, no caffeine, no fungus, no dairy, no iodized salt (only Himalayan pink salt), no coffee, no white flour, no MSG, no white sugar. Eighty percent of what they eat is vegetables (only organic), 20 percent is grass-fed lean meats (occasionally, chicken). The kids' snacks include raw granola, raw chocolate chip cookies and lots of dehydrated fruit. {Boston.com}

How Rebecca Minkoff's consumer-facing runway show will work
Following the CFDA's announcement that it would consider a consumer-facing fashion week format, Rebecca Minkoff CEO Uri Minkoff presents an outline of the brand's upcoming consumer-facing show. The main spring 2016 collection (which it has already showed) will be supplemented with a few pieces from pre-fall, summer and athleisure. It will also set aside around one-third of its seats for everyday consumers. {WWD}

Under Armour announces suite of wearables
Having purchased three fitness apps over the past couple of years in addition to its own, Record, Under Armour is sitting on a lot of data, which it's using for a new $400 Healthbox kit, comprised of a scale, activity tracker wearable and a chest strap for measuring heart rate. CEO Kevin Plank's goal? Integrating wearable technology seamlessly into a person's daily life. {Wired}

Vote for the best magazine cover of the year
The American Society of Magazine Editors has announced the finalists for its 10th annual Best Cover Contest. From today until January 26, consumers can vote for their favorite covers from a short list chosen by editors, art directors and photo directors. Vanity Fair's Caitlyn Jenner cover and GQ's Amy Schumer issue are among the nominees. {Texture

Why retailers could default more in 2016
Bond prices have been plummeting as several retailers are still struggling with debt they took on in leveraged buyouts years ago. And names of retailers proposing debt-negotiation plans have already started circulating. {Bloomberg Business}

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