Must Read: Navajo Nation and Urban Outfitters Reach Settlement, Kris Jenner Covers 'DuJour'

Plus, Cheetos fine jewelry is a thing that exists.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

The Navajo Nation and Urban Outfitters have made up
Back in 2012, after Urban Outfitters came under fire for inaccurately using the word "Navajo" to describe some of its clothing, the Navajo Nation filed a trademark lawsuit attempting to recover monetary damages. And now, both companies have announced that they've reached a settlement out of court. No word on the financial terms of that agreement, but the two entities also entered into a supply and license agreement to collaborate on a collection of authentic American Indian jewelry. {Navajo Nation}

Kris Jenner shot by Terry Richardson for DuJour
Following in the footsteps of her daughters Kim and Kourtney, the Kardashian-Jenner matriarch/momager graces the cover of luxury magazine DuJour, shot by Terry Richardson. Jenner discusses her management and parenting styles in the accompanying interview. {DuJour}

Cheetos fine jewelry and beauty products exist
For some reason, Cheetos decided to launch a collection of "stylish" and not-edible gifts for the holidays, like a $20,000 jewelry set that includes earrings and a ring made with 18k gold and orange sapphires. There's also "bronzer" that looks like a dish of orange cheese dust and "Cheatau perfume." {Cheetos Store via Mashable}

eBay decided to invent "Mobile Wednesday"
Because Singles Day, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday weren't enough, eBay has decided to contribute to the never-ending promotional cycle with a new thing: "Mobile Wednesday." The retailer will unveil a slew of deals on Wednesday targeting Thanksgiving travelers who shop on their phones while in the car. Think it'll catch on? {Bloomberg}

Inside the mind of a young celeb offspring/model
British 16-year-old Anaïs Gallagher, daughter of Noel, is one of many celeb offspring teens taking the modeling world by storm right now. She gets real with The Cut about having famous parents and not shaving her pits. {The Cut}

Trans-Pacific Partnership basically dead
It's now almost a guarantee that the United States will not be participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, which would lower tariffs and facilitate trade with participating countries, under a Trump presidency. And already, a China-led deal that would exclude the U.S., is gaining support. WWD explores what that could mean, but for more on what the TPP would've meant for fashion, read this. {WWD}

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