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Must Read: Kanye West Sold Out Madison Square Garden in 10 Minutes, Taylor Swift to Launch Her Own Mobile Game

Plus, Condé Nast and Hearst partner up on PubWorx, a new independent company.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Lily-Rose Depp discusses her Instagram game with Vanity Fair
Hot on the heels of finishing up two films in Paris, Lily-Rose Depp, budding actress and 16-year-old daughter of Vanessa Paradis and Johnny Depp, explains the secrets to her A-plus social media game in her latest interview with Vanity Fair. {Vanity Fair}

Kanye West's Madison Square Garden show sells out in 10 minutes
To absolutely no one's surprise, Kanye West's upcoming show at Madison Square Garden, which will double as a Yeezy season 3 presentation and "Waves" listening party, sold out in 10 minutes. But wait! A few seats might just open up, depending on his creative collaborator Vanessa Beecroft's layout. {Twitter}

Condé Nast and Hearst form PubWorx
Condé Nast and Hearst have jointly formed a new, independent company to oversee the production, procurement and circulation of their publications. PubWorx will include staff from both companies and will offer its services to other publishers as well. Services include purchasing and supply chain management, management of subscription acquisition and retail operations. {Fashionista inbox}

Marc Maron interviews Cindy Crawford on his WTF podcast
In his latest podcast, Marc Maron speaks with Cindy Crawford about reconnecting with Claudia Schiffer on the set of Balmain's spring 2016 campaign shoot, not wanting to compete with her daughter Kaia Gerber for modeling jobs and that unretouched photo scandal of Crawford in lingerie. {WTF}

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Taylor Swift will launch her own mobile game
The inevitable has happened: Taylor Swift will work with Glu Mobile, the same company behind the cash-cow that is "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood," to launch a new mobile game that will be released later this year. {Variety}

Alexander Wang interviews Zoë Kravitz for Teen Vogue
Teen Vogue has enlisted the help of Alexander Wang for its March 2016 cover story on Zoë Kravitz. The two besties talk about diversity in the entertainment industry, the transformative power of clothing and so much more. {Teen Vogue}

True & Co debuts a "Try-on-Truck"
E-tailer True & Co will debut a mobile truck offering personalized bra fitting services. Customers will have the option of trying on True & Co's in-house brands, as well as 40 others, inside the vehicle, and purchases will then be shipped to customers. Planned stops include Chicago, Washington D.C., New York City, Boston and more. {WWD}

Kohl's unveils new showroom
On Tuesday, Kohl's unveiled a brand-new 4,000-square-foot New York City showroom for press previews and parties. The space comes at an important time for the retailer: Over the next couple of months, Kohl's will be relaunching Sonoma, its biggest brand, as well as 12 Fila outlets.  {WWD}

Alexa Chung to collaborate with Marks and Spencer
Alexa Chung will team up with British department store Marks and Spencer on a 31-piece collaboration called "Archive by Alexa," consisting of carefully curated archival pieces in different fabrics and colors. The collection is set to hit stores and online in April. {Grazia Daily}

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