Must Read: Kylie Jenner Covers 'Wonderland,' Amazon Posts Fashion Job Listings

Plus, Stephen Colbert learns how to pose with "Sports Illustrated" cover stars Ashley Graham and Hailey Clauson.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Kylie Jenner fronts the "Spring Fashion Fame Issue" of Wonderland
Professional famous person Kylie Jenner has racked up yet another magazine cover, this time for Wonderland's "Spring Fashion Fame Issue." For the occasion, the 18-year-old beauty magnate leans up against a bathroom counter in nothing but a Gucci blouse and bright white undies — and what appears to be a light slick of her Lip Kit, of course. (Posie K, is it?) {Wonderland}

Amazon might have plans for a private fashion label
Back in October at the WWD CEO Summit, Amazon's Jeff Yurcisin said customers love brands, and they expect similar products when a brand decides not to sell on their website — and just recently, Amazon put up job listings for fashion industry professionals. One listing stated that the e-commerce giant is looking for a senior sourcing manager "to launch new high-quality products for our global customers." Could a private fashion label be in the works? {WWD}

Stephen Colbert learns how to pose sexy with Sports Illustrated's Ashley Graham and Hailey Clauson
On Monday night, Sports Illustrated cover stars Ashley Graham and Hailey Clauson taught "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert how to pose sexy in any and every situation, including, uh, hell. To watch the full clip, head here. {YouTube}

Tiffany Trump makes her NYFW debut
On Sunday, 22-year-old Tiffany Trump made her NYFW runway debut at "Rich Kids of Instagram" target Andrew Warren's fashion show. When asked whether she had plans to pursue modeling, Trump responded that she'll be taking the LSAT and applying to law school. So, no. {Page Six}

Barneys New York returns to downtown Manhattan
Barneys New York has completed its new downtown flagship, located in the same block where the company was founded back in 1923. The 55,000-square-foot flagship spans five floors, and will include a Blind Barber barbershop and Freds restaurant, in addition to clothing, accessories and cosmetics. {Fashionista inbox}

MSGM bans social media at fashion show
For his upcoming fall/winter 2017 show, MSGM's Massimo Giorgetti is asking press and buyers to put down their phones and not post any pictures on social media. His reasoning? Social media causes people to lose interest, and he'd like viewers to watch the clothes with their eyes. Now, that's reasonable, right? {WWD}

Stella McCartney might do menswear
While a spokesperson for the brand wouldn't comment, it's "understood" that Stella McCartney is preparing for her first menswear collection for spring 2017. {WWD}

Bag Snob's bag was stolen
During Diane von Furstenberg's supermodel-filled fête, Bag Snob (aka Tina Craig)'s bag was stolen.Her message to the thief: "... to the asshole who stole my bag — We have VIDEO! Grand theft larceny — off to prison you go when they catch you!" {Instagram}

Gigi Hadid displays her rock-hard abs on the cover of Vogue China
Want yet another excuse to check out Gigi Hadid's marble-cut body? Look no further than the latest cover of Vogue China. Her blue sweater and scalloped shorts? From Dior's romantic spring 2016 collection. {Fashion Copious}

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