Must Read: Adele Graces the Cover of 'Vogue,' Tommy Hilfiger to Adopt a Direct-to-Consumer Model

Plus, there's already a booming resale market for Kanye West's "The Life of Pablo" merchandise.
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Adele. Photo: Annie Leibovitz/'Vogue'

Adele. Photo: Annie Leibovitz/'Vogue'

Adele graces the cover of Vogue
Adele is Vogue's March cover star, and in the accompanying interview, the singer talks about losing weight to have more stamina for her tour, her priorities ("My main thing is Mum, then it's me, then it's work") and giving people enough time to miss her. {Vogue}

Tommy Hilfiger will adopt a direct-to-consumer model
Tommy Hilfiger will be the latest label to synchronize runway shows with retail drops. The brand will start following a direct-to-consumer model with its Tommy X Gigi capsule collection, slated to hit stores in September 2016. Until then, Hadid will continue to tease the collaboration via — what else? — social media. The company will also show its spring 2017 collection privately to buyers and editors in the fall. {Business of Fashion}

Kanye's "The Life of Pablo" resale market is booming
To no one's surprise, Kanye West's "The Life of Pablo" merchandise — which debuted at Madison Square Garden on Thursday — is already selling on eBay for upwards of $400. For those who are interested, there are a couple of items going for under $20. {eBay}

Dior revenues jump during the holiday season
In the three months ending in Dec. 31, Dior revenues jumped 12.1 percent to $536.2 million. In total, Dior had revenues of $2.08 billion in 2015. {WWD}

Burberry faces class action lawsuit
Burberry will face a class action lawsuit for the alleged use of misleading price tags at outlet stores. The lawsuit claims that the tags were marked with made-up prices, leading shoppers to believe that they were getting better deals than they actually were. {Business of Fashion}

Primark to open six U.S. stores in 2016
High street retailer Primark will open six stores in the U.S., focusing on suburban locations, rather than downtown spots, in the Northeast. Primark opened its first U.S. location about six months ago in Boston. {WWD}