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Must Read: Amandla Stenberg Fronts 'Teen Vogue,' Karl Lagerfeld Suspected of Not Paying Taxes

Plus, Jennifer Lawrence talks about her signature scent: Wine.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Jennifer Lawrence transforms generic questions into interview gold
Glamour cover girl Jennifer Lawrence — who surely delighted her publicist by recently saying she would like to dress like a "slutty power lesbian," — sits down for yet another round of Q&A with the magazine. The actress dishes on her signature scent (red wine), her pizza sandwich recipe and her favorite swear word, among other things. {Youtube}

Solange Knowles interviews Amandla Stenberg for Teen Vogue
Teen Vogue is off to a strong 2016 — first with a Dec./Jan. cover of Fernanda Ly, and now, with a fantastic February cover featuring teen actress Amandla Stenberg. In the accompanying  interview, Stenberg and Solange Knowles talk about the politics of hair, the first moment that Stenberg realized that being black was a crucial part of her identity and the ways in which social media has helped her more easily "digest" certain aspects of herself. {Teen Vogue}

Karl Lagerfeld suspected of concealing millions from tax authorities
According to L'Express, French tax authorities are investigating Karl Lagerfeld for possibly concealing 20 million euros (approximately $21.7 million) via his bookstore 7L. The store houses a British-based photo studio that takes in all the revenue from Lagerfeld's activities as a photographer, which include campaigns for both Chanel and Fendi, and has allegedly avoided paying taxes because it is losing money. {The Telegraph

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Chanel may have won a battle for the @Chanel account
In more Chanel-related news, it looks like the French label may have initiated intellectual infringement proceedings with Instagram against 20-year-old Chanel Bonin's account, @Chanel. (Chanel joined Instagram in 2014 as @ChanelOfficial.) Instagram can remove accounts under trademark infringement if the plaintiff can prove that the defendant's account could cause consumer confusion. While it's unclear exactly what happened, @chanel has been shut down for the past week. {The Fashion Law}

Rag & Bone will show its men's collection at the same time as women's
Instead of participating in the stand-alone men's fashion week happening in New York from Feb. 1 to 4, Rag & Bone will present both women's and men's collections together at its fall 2016 show on Feb. 15. {WWD}

How much did Apple execs make in 2015?
Don't we all just love reading about the millions that Apple execs make? CEO Tim Cook took in $10.3 million in cash and stock, while Senior Vice President, Retail and Online Stores Angela Ahrendts raked in $25.8 million. {Apple Insider}

Burberry partners up with mobile messaging platform WeChat
Burberry will be partnering up with WeChat for the Chinese Lunar New Year, beginning Feb. 8. The Chinese interactive messaging service will give users the option to unwrap Burberry products by tapping, swiping and shaking their mobile devices. Lunar New Year gifts include Scottish-woven cashmere scarves, trench coats and an assortment of accessories. {WWD

Nominations for the Costume Designers Guild Awards are out
On Thursday, nominations for the 2016 Costume Designers Guild Awards, taking place Feb. 23, were announced. The categories are: contemporary film, period film, fantasy film, contemporary television series, period television series, fantasy television series and short form design (aka commercials). Cate Blanchett and Quentin Tarantino will receive the Spotlight Award and Distinguished Collaborator Award, respectively. {WWD}

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