Must Read: Kendall Jenner Testifies Against Her Stalker, Hillary Clinton's Hong Kong Shopping Guide Leaked

Plus, Coach is hosting a Colette pop-up in New York City.
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Kendall Jenner at the opening of What Goes Around Comes Around Beverly Hills. Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images

Kendall Jenner at the opening of What Goes Around Comes Around Beverly Hills. Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Friday.

"I've never been so scared in my life,"
Earlier this summer, Kendall Jenner experienced a harrowing run-in with a stalker named Shavaughn McKenzie. According to Jenner's recent testimony in L.A. County Court, McKenzie followed her car into the gated driveway of her Hollywood Hills home on August 14. Frightened, she drove down the street and called a friend. {TMZ}

Hillary Clinton's Hong Kong shopping guide was leaked
Wikileaks latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails includes a list of recommended shopping destinations sent to the presidential candidate before a 2011 trip to Hong Kong, when she served as secretary of state. The shopping list was assembled by Nancy Hernreich Bowen, who worked in the Oval Office when Bill Clinton was president and then for a time as the managing director of the Clinton Global Initiative Asia. The guide includes modern Chinese apparel label Shanghai Tang, described by Bowen as "a must for everyone visiting Hong Kong," and fine jewelry destination Chow Tai Fook. {WWD}

Coach is bringing Colette across the pond
Talk about a pretty awesome collaboration between the two fashion forces: Coach creative director Stuart Vevers and Colette co-founder Sarah Andelman have teamed up to produce a childrenswear capsule collection that will launch at the Colette boutique on Rue Saint-Honoré on Monday. However, later this month (the 25th, to be exact) Andelman will bring Colette to the U.S. with a "takeover" of Coach's SoHo concept store, where consumers can shop the capsule in addition to Colette-branded items. {WWD}

Here's your report on all things Asian beauty
The quick takeaway? In Japan, cosmetic brands are targeting a younger demographic by launching competitively-priced offshoots of major names including Kosé and Shiseido, the latter also taking over Maybelline's role as cosmetics sponsor of Tokyo Fashion Week. Meanwhile in China, industry research is showing a preference for Asian brands over western brands. As for the K-beauty phenomenon? Let's just say it's not slowing down anytime soon. {WWD}

Outdoor Voices opens first boutique in New York City
The activewear brand has just opened its first permanent brick-and-mortar retail location in New York City, located in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood at 251 Centre Street. (A pop-up that opened on Lafayette Street in 2015 has since closed.) The store, designed by Will Fox & Larry McGuire of Austin-based McGuire Moorman Hospitality, will also be a hub to connect with the active (both literally and figuratively) Outdoor Voices community and will host activities including the OV Joggers Club, neighborhood dog walks and yoga classes. Click through the gallery below for a first look at the space. {Fashionista inbox}

Ulta Beauty eyes e-commerce growth and expanding brand roster for 2017
According to its latest financial report, the beauty retailer is looking to expand e-commerce and command more of an industry presence as a whole. (Plus, Nars will stock a selection of product at Ulta counters from next month. Yay!) "[The customer] is really shopping online the same way she’s shopping in stores," said Ulta Beauty chief merchandising and marketing officer Dave Kimbell to WWD. "She's looking to discover." Ulta's comparable sales increased nearly 13 percent in the third quarter of fiscal 2016. {Business Wire}

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