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Must Read: Zayn Malik Fronts 'Complex,' Alicia Vikander Dances For Louis Vuitton

Plus, Calvin Klein releases behind-the-scenes footage of its campaign shoot with Bella Hadid and Lola Kirke.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Apple lowers its Watch prices
During Apple's live event on Monday, CEO Tim Cook introduced a variety of new watch bands — including a new woven nylon band, which comes in a number of bright colors — and announced that the Apple Watch will now retail for as low as $299, as opposed to the $349 it initially started at. The point? To get more people wearing the device.

Alicia Vikander does the twist for Louis Vuitton
To properly showcase Louis Vuitton's "Twist" handbags, Oscar winner and celebrity muse Alicia Vikander shakes and twists her hips in a new video for the brand. It's refreshingly not awkward. {YouTube}

Zayn Malik fronts Complex
On the heels of his (visually hot) single "Pillow Talk," former One Direction member Zayn Malik sat down with Complex to talk about leaving the band, changing up his looks, being emotionally attached to his new songs and shooting "Pillow Talk" with Gigi Hadid. Regarding the latter, Malik said that the two were "just messing around." Not hard to believe. {Complex}

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Bella Hadid and Lola Kirke for Calvin Klein Fall 2016
As part of its plan to reveal behind-the-scenes footage from the fall campaign, Calvin Klein released a livestream interview with "Mozart in the Jungle" actress Lola Kirke, one of the artists that the brand is working with right now. The brand also published some scenes of Bella Hadid between takes during the global campaign shoot. {Instagram, The Cut}

Mario Testino guest edits the April issue of Vogue Australia
Lara Stone covers the April issue of Vogue Australia alongside four seriously hot male models — three of which are brothers. The issue was guest-edited by photographer Mario Testino. {Vogue Australia}

London's Dover Street Market triples in size
Dover Street Market's new London store on Haymarket opened to the public on Saturday. Previously serving as Burberry headquarters, the new space spans five floors and is triple the size of the former shop. Comme des Garçons and Dover Street Market CEO Adrian Joffee expects first-year revenues of 28 million pounds (about $40 million), more than double that of the Dover Street location. {WWD}

Homepage photo: Nabil Elderkin/'Complex'

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