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Must Read: Dolce & Gabbana Puts Gay Couples on Handbags, Anna Wintour Gets Real About Condé Changes

Plus, see inside Tavi Gevinson's apartment.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Take a look inside Tavi Gevinson's New York pad
For the latest installment of "My First Apartamento," a collaboration with Apartamento magazine, Nowness takes readers inside Tavi Gevinson's room. Watch it above. {Fashionista inbox}

Vanity Fair unveils Hollywood issue, new publishing model
To boost advertising revenue, Vanity Fair will now have two stand-alone issues ("hollywood" and "holiday") per year, not affiliated with any particular month, and costing $2 more on newsstands. This year's Hollywood issue showcases different generations of female actresses, including Viola Davis, Cate Blanchett and Jennifer Lawrence. {WWD

Dolce & Gabbana debuts handbags and tops featuring same-sex parents and their children
About a year after Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana made some controversial comments against IVF and same-sex families that drew ire from many, including Elton John, Dolce & Gabbana has unveiled leather handbags and silk tops showcasing families with same-sex parents. The new product comes as a bill put before Italian parliament, which offers limited rights to same-sex and unmarried heterosexual couples, faces strong opposition in the country. {Reuters}

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Anna Wintour gets real about the changes at Condé Nast
Condé Nast's chief executive Bob Sauerberg and artistic director Anna Wintour have been bringing changes to the company, resulting in rounds of layoffs (and some new hires) at several of the company's publications, and not all of them have been received positively. "Those who want things always to stay the same are not living in the real world," said Wintour. "It's like perfection. Doesn't exist." {The New York Times}

Marc Jacobs explains his spring 2016 ads
Marc Jacobs cast Lana Wachowski, Bette Midler, Dan Donigan and many more as the new faces of his brand, releasing the campaign images gradually on his Instagram account. According to the designer, he was inspired by the concept of America after the June 2015 Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage. {Business of Fashion}

Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor forced to stop selling mislabeled raccoon dog fur
Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor settled a civil contempt suit brought by The Humane Society of the United States after an investigation revealed more than 40 fur advertising and labeling violations including: mislabeling real fur as "faux," incorrectly advertising fur from raccoon dogs as raccoon fur and not disclosing the fur's country of origin. Besides paying $50,000 in investigation costs, both retailers will cease selling fur from raccoon dogs. {Fashionista inbox}

Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson pose at Valentino's flagship
In Rome to attend the Saturday premiere of "Zoolander 2," Stiller and Wilson posed in the windows of Valentino's flagship store the following day. As if walking in the brand's fall 2015 runway show  last year wasn't enough. {WWD}

Ben Stiller fronts V Man
In case you haven't seen enough promotional appearances and photo shoots for "Zoolander 2," the film's title star is also on the cover of V Man. {V Man}

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