Must Read: Amazon 7 Seven In-House Fashion Brands, 'Allure' Editor-in-Chief Michelle Lee Talks Diversity and YouTube

Plus, model Hari Nef talks about her fashion role models, her friendship with Andreja Pejic and working with Alessandro Michele.
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Michelle Lee. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

Michelle Lee. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Allure's EIC Michelle Lee discusses diversity and YouTube
In her latest interview, Allure's recently appointed EIC talks about her new vision for the magazine, which includes creating a "more approachable look" and shooting "more people, more interesting women." As for how Allure.com will compete with bloggers and vloggers, Lee stated that Allure.com is actively looking for different vloggers to work with, rather than competing with YouTube. And yes, she'll be involved in branded content. {AdWeek}

Hari Nef talks fashion, Alessandro Michele, role models and more with Teen Vogue
In a very thoughtful interview with Teen Vogue, "Transparent" actress and model Hari Nef explains how she tries to accept and love her body, no matter how insecure she feels at times, and all the role models that have helped her believe she could be a model and an actress. Nef also talks about having sleepovers with Andrea Peijic and her "warm, fuzzy collaboration" with Gucci's Alessandro Michele. {Teen Vogue}

Carine Roitfeld gets in bed with Gigi Hadid
During New York Fashion Week, Roitfeld and Hadid — who is one of the cover stars of CR Fashion Book issue 8, and the first model to cover the glossy twice — got snuggly in bed at the Standard High Line for an endearing Q&A that covers all of the fashion bases, from Instagram to Yeezy to Karl Lagerfeld. Looks like these ladies are willing to duke it out to be the first who lands a Chanel campaign. {CR Fashion Book}

Amazon launches seven in-house fashion brands
Just last week, WWD reported that Amazon quietly put out job listings for fashion industry professionals. And on Tuesday, a KeyBanc Capital analyst noted that Amazon has launched seven brands: Franklin & Freeman, Franklin Tailored, James & Erin, Lark & Ro, North Eleven, Scout + Ro and Society New York. The lines cover a range of categories, including men's, women's and children's. Amazon has yet to confirm. {WWD}

Oprah partners with eBay to auction off more than 200 items
Beginning March 1, Oprah will auction off more than 200 pieces from her closet in partnership with eBay, with all proceeds going to The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls. Items include Prada bags, Chanel jackets, Valentino bags and more. This author, for one, is very interested in owning anything (literally, anything) even remotely associated with Oprah. {Fashionista inbox}

Capucine Safyurtlu, former French Vogue’s fashion & market editor, is appointed creative director of a Chinese footwear brand
Capucine Safyurtlu has been appointed the creative director of Stella Luna, a footwear brand from China. "The brand didn't have what you call a DNA, so we had to work from scratch," said Safyurtlu. The former editor redesigned all the heels and shapes, and introduced the V-shaped vamp as Stella Luna's signature shoe. She'll present her first collection during Paris Fashion Week. {WWD}

Kendall Jenner talks about bleaching her eyebrows
In her latest website post, Kendall Jenner talks about the various ways she's been asked to alter her appearances. Her least favorite request? That would have to be bleaching her eyebrows. She stated: "It always freaks me out because every time they do it, I lose them. They literally fall OUT! It's bad — I really hate getting a bleach." Oh, the life of a model. {Elle}

Fans are not happy about the fact that Gigi Hadid's moles are constantly being photoshopped
In today's most scandalous news, the absence of Gigi Hadid's moles (gasp!) on her recent Vogue China cover are causing a stir among fans. {US Weekly}

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