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Must Read: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is Engaged, Model Pays Tribute to David Bowie on the Burberry Runway

Plus, Ben Stiller and Zayn Malik front 'L'Uomo Vogue.'
A model on the Burberry runway at London Collections: Men. Photo: Leon Neal/Getty Image

A model on the Burberry runway at London Collections: Men. Photo: Leon Neal/Getty Image

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

A model pays respects to David Bowie on the Burberry runway
News of David Bowie's death broke just hours before the latest Burberry collection hit the runway on the final day of London Collections: Men, and one model decided to pay her respects to the iconic artist by writing a tribute on her hands and flashing it to photographers. {Getty Images}

Zayn Malik, Ben Stiller grace the cover of L'Uomo Vogue
Zayn Malik is certainly gunning for style icon status in his post-One Direction days, and here's another step in the right, well, direction: He just earned a major fashion magazine cover, appearing shirtless on the upcoming issue of L'Uomo Vogue. The glossy also tapped Derek Zoolander (better known as Ben Stiller, of course) for one of its January covers. {Instagram}

Lena Dunham campaigns for Hillary Clinton with fashion
Over the weekend, Lena Dunham campaigned for Hillary Clinton while wearing several custom "Hillary"-emblazoned blazers, sweaters and dresses, posting her outfits on her own Instagram and also taking over Clinton's account. {Instagram}

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Rosie Huntington-Whitely gets engaged
Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley confirmed her engagement to 48-year-old actor Jason Statham at Sunday's Golden Globes by wearing (what else?) a flashy engagement ring. Well, it's about time; the two have been dating for five years. {Daily Mail}

The fashion crowd weighs in on J.W. Anderson's menswear debut on Grindr
While the announcement that J.W. Anderson would live-stream its menswear show on gay social-networking app Grindr was met with more than a few raised eyebrows, those in attendance (or at least those interviewed) seemed to generally like it. ASAP Rocky stated, "Gay people supporting gays... I support everybody" and blogger Bryanboy remarked, "I think it’s a great audience to tap into." {The New York Times}

Burberry launches on Apple TV
On Monday, in concurrence with its fall 2016 menswear show, Burberry launched its own app on Apple TV, becoming the first fashion label to live-stream a runway show on the platform. The app also gives users access to videos from previous shows, makeup tutorials and a collection of short films starring musicians. {Fashionista Inbox}

Diesel to advertise on Pornhub, Grindr, YouPorn and Tinder
Like Anderson, Diesel is looking outside the box when it comes to online marketing. It's teamed up with Grindr and Tinder for tailored bespoke ads, and will also advertise its underwear campaign on YouPorn and Pornhub (the 64th most-visited website globally). Regarding the latter two, Formichetti remarked, "We all go on websites like Pornhub, you know? So before you start jerking off maybe you can stop and look at our new pants and shoes and, just laugh!" {Dazed}

Louis Vuitton takes down more online counterfeiters
Louis Vuitton has filed a lawsuit in Beijing claiming damages of $37,900 from three online sellers convicted of selling counterfeit products on Taobao, China's largest e-commerce website. Alibaba Group, which owns Taobao, and LVMH signed a deal back in 2013 to proactively take down product listings of counterfeits. {WWD}

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