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Must Read: Mayle is Back, Waris Ahluwalia Kicked Off Flight Because of Turban

Plus, Jessica Alba's Honest Co. may be nearing an IPO.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Waris Ahluwalia stopped from boarding plane
Waris Ahluwalia, a Sikh man who has starred in Gap ads and Wes Anderson films, operates his own jewelry line and is a fixture at New York fashion events, was not allowed to board an Aero Mexico flight from Mexico City on Monday. According to his Instagram post, he was stopped because of his turban. Surely illegal, we hope this issue gets resolved fairly. {Instagram/@houseofwaris}

Mayle is back after eight years
Jane Mayle has revived her clothing line after an eight-year hiatus. There will be no more than 25 to 35 pieces per season, and prices will range from $395 to $2,000 for ready-to-wear, $595 to $995 for handbags and $150 to $995 for jewelry. According to Mayle, it was Nordstrom's Olivia Kim who encouraged the designer to get back to the business. {WWD}

Honest Co. eyeing an IPO
Jessica Alba's Honest Company is reportedly exploring the possibility of an IPO. It would be notable for a lot of reasons, including the recent slowdown of tech companies going public. {Bloomberg}

InStyle and Elle will look different this March
InStyle and Elle will debut redesigns in March issues starring Shailene Woodley and Brie Larson, respectively. Elle will have bigger trim size, bolder fonts and pull quotes expanding into the body copy. As for Instyle, the cover logo will remain the same, but the banner behind it will be gone. There will also be new fonts, bolder images, and new sections and features. {WWD}

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