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Must Read: Asos Settles Trademark Infringement Lawsuit, Trio of Models Cover 'Glamour'

Plus, Charlotte Olympia gets the Barbie treatment.
Emily Ratajkowski, Joan Smalls and Kate Upton on the October 2016 issue of "Glamour." Photos: Carter Smith

Emily Ratajkowski, Joan Smalls and Kate Upton on the October 2016 issue of "Glamour." Photos: Carter Smith

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Asos to pay £20 million pounds in trademark settlement
The British e-tailer is settling a lawsuit for £20.2 million (about $27.1 million) with two European brands surrounding trademark infringement disputes over the "Asos" name. The first brand involved, German menswear brand Anson's Herrenhaus, filed a complaint back in 2010, followed by Swiss cycling apparel label Assos of Switzerland's lawsuit in 2011. {British Vogue

Glamour enlists Kate Upton, Joan Smalls and Emily Ratajkowski for October
Talk about a triple threat: For its October issue, Glamour has not one, not two, but three model cover stars. In the issue, Kate Upton, Joan Smalls and Emily Ratajkowski take turns discussing topics ranging from "jump-starting" a modeling career to dealing with the double standards about expressing sexuality. {@glamourmag/Instagram}

Charlotte Olympia is designing a Barbie doll
Charlotte Olympia Dellal's Barbie collaboration collection drops today, and with that, a Barbie doll in the likeness of the accessories designer. "It was the inner child in me," said Dellal on the process of working with the iconic figurine. "Who hasn't dreamt of having a Barbie that looks like you?" {WWD}

Here's your chance to meet Naomi Campbell
The legendary supermodel (and Vfiles runway mentor) will be at the brand's boutique in Soho on Tuesday starting at 4 p.m. for a meet-and-greet. All you need to do is download the Vfiles app and show your profile for entry — and potentially wait in a really long line. {@vfiles/Twitter}

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Introducing The All Woman Project
After being dropped from her agency for being "too big," Charli Howard penned an emotional open letter on Facebook that — unsurprisingly — went viral. The model is now taking her message a step further, co-founding (with fellow model Clémentine Desseaux) the All Woman Project, an inclusive, body-positive movement that advocates for a diversity in body sizes in the modeling industry. {The Telegraph}

Nordstrom launches third collaboration collection with Olivia Palermo
Olivia Palermo is collaborating with Nordstrom and their in-house label, Chelsea28, for a third time to produce a 23-piece collection that marries menswear silhouettes with traditionally feminine accents. "We loved mixing light, feminine elements such as ruffles and lace with leather and menswear-inspired tailored pieces," said Palermo. The collection ranges in price from $79-$499, will be available exclusively at Nordstrom and hits select stores and today. {Fashionista inbox}

A day in the life of Martha Hunt and Zendaya (... and the Michael Kors smart watch)
The conversation surrounding wearable tech and its ties to the fashion industry have been met with mixed reviews — dorky? cool? — but there's no denying its staying power. The latest brand to get in the game is Michael Kors with the debut of its Access smart watch. Check out a clip starring two faces of the brand, Zendaya and Martha Hunt, below. {Instagram/@marthahunt}

Homepage photo: Carter Smith/Glamour

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