Must Read: CFDA Will No Longer Televise Its Fashion Awards, Gigi Hadid Ate Burgers With Jimmy Fallon - Fashionista

Must Read: CFDA Will No Longer Televise Its Fashion Awards, Gigi Hadid Ate Burgers With Jimmy Fallon

And new photos of Harry Styles's haircut have emerged.
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These are the fashion stories making headlines this Tuesday.

The 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards will no longer be televised
Back in March, the CFDA announced plans to broadcast its annual Fashion Awards live on television for the first time. (And according to an informal poll we conducted among our non-fashion friends, there didn't seem to be much interest in tuning into the show at all.) But, sadly, it looks like that telecast is no more. In a statement provided to Fashionista via email, Steven Kolb, President and Chief Executive Officer of the CFDA said: "As previously announced, the 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards will be held at The Hammerstein Ballroom for the first time after seven years at Alice Tully Hall. The new venue comes with a dynamic new format featuring performances, live fashion and the return to a seated dinner. With all these changes, we have decided to not move forward with a television broadcast opportunity this year." {via Fashionista inbox}

Gigi Hadid appears on "The Tonight Show," eats burgers
Gigi Hadid, a model who famously "eats a burger to stay sane" every now and again, swung by Jimmy Fallon's "The Tonight Show" on Monday to recap her 21st birthday festivities. Though the pair didn't down tequila shots to celebrate (as Dakota Johnson and Stephen Colbert did last week), Fallon did bring out Hadid's favorite burger in New York City — a tomato-less concoction from Upper East Side pub J.G. Melon. Watch their full interview above. {YouTube}

Fashion people featured in Town & Country's philanthropy issue
As part of its philanthropy issue (which also doubles as its June/July book), Town & Country rounded up a roster of fashion-friendly names who devote a notable amount of time, effort and resources to giving back. Karlie Kloss, Christy Turlington Burns and Liya Kebede are on the list, as are designers Michael Kors and Brunello Cucinelli. The issue hits newsstands on Tuesday. {Town & Country}

Ashley Graham to star opposite Joe Jonas in DNCE's upcoming music video
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl Ashley Graham is set to make her music video debut alongside Joe Jonas in DNCE's upcoming clip for "Toothbrush." After Jonas posted a teaser on Instagram, it became immediately clear that his followers were thrilled about the casting choice. "Yes!!! a realistic-sized woman in a music video. Happy dance!!! She's so gorgeous. Joe has never been sexier to me lol," one commented. {Instagram/@joejonas}

Want to see Harry Styles's new haircut, sans hat?
Of course you do.

The freshly sheared 'do surfaced on the Internet on Tuesday, and while we certainly miss the magical, shoulder-length waves that defined Styles's look in recent years, we're admittedly pleased with the results. {Hollywood Life}

Pierre Hardy relaunches e-commerce
French shoe designer Pierre Hardy, a favorite of celebrities and fashion insiders alike, has made acquiring his statement-making footwear much easier through a full website relaunch. Men's and women's styles are available and shoppers will receive a free tote bag with their purchases (while supplies last). {Pierre Hardy}

British Fashion Council to institute a number of new educational initiatives
Incubators and accelerators are taking the fashion world by storm — and now, the British Fashion Council is getting in on the action. On Tuesday, the BFC announced that it would be introducing a series of educational initiatives for the coming year. These include a new apprenticeship program, as well as a system that will allow students aged 14 to 16 to study fashion for free at their local college on Saturdays. {WWD}

Fashion brands spend millions of dollars annually at Cannes
It's no secret that the Cannes Film Festival, taking place through May 22 on the French Riviera, is a hotbed for red carpet glitz and glamour — and brands are taking advantage of it. Luxury companies such as Dior and Chopard drop millions of dollars to sponsor events during the two-week period. The payoff? Becoming associated with some of the biggest stars (and film projects) of the year. {The New York Times}

Carven gets a new CEO
With a new owner and now a new CEO, ch-ch-ch-ch-changes are in the air at Carven. Shortly after Hong Kong-based luxury distribution company Bluebell Group took a majority stake in the French company, it appointed one of its own executives — group fashion director Sophie de Rougemont — to Carven's top spot. An official announcement is expected to be made this week. {WWD}

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