Must Read: Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Announces Musical Lineup, Glamour Names First-Ever 'Man of the Year' - Fashionista

Must Read: Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Announces Musical Lineup, 'Glamour' Names First-Ever 'Man of the Year'

Plus, Condé Nast is consolidating its international digital editions of "Vogue".
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The Weeknd performs at the 2015 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Taylor Hill/Getty Images

The Weeknd performs at the 2015 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Taylor Hill/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show announces 2016 musical guests
And they're pretty solid: Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars and The Weeknd will all be performing at the lingerie giant's runway show this year. (TBH, we're already anticipating the über-cute moment when Bella Hadid hits the runway to the tune of her beau's new hit, "Starboy".) {Fashionista inbox}

Bono is Glamour's inaugural Man of the Year
Yes, you read that correctly. The glossy has released its annual Women of the Year list — featuring Simone Biles, Ashley Graham and Miuccia Prada, among others — as well as U2 frontman Bono, who is the magazine's first-ever male honoree. "The modern thinking on women's rights and feminism is, 'Hey we're all in this together,'" Glamour EIC Cindi Leive told WWD. "Men can and should be feminists. The idea that only women can stand up for women's issues is a relic of an older time." {WWD}

H&M collaborates with The Weeknd
In other Weeknd news, the artist will appear in a new H&M campaign and will occupy a similar role to previous brand faces David Beckham and Kevin Hart. Just like Beckham curated a selection of "modern essentials" (and took a road trip in an RV, natch) Tesfaye will help shape the forthcoming "spring icons" menswear collection, which will hit stores on March 2. {Complex}

Condé Nast International to consolidate Vogue digital 
According to a Condé Nast International spokeswoman, the media group is merging Vogue's digital editions in an effort to be "comprehensive across all markets," with existing editorial teams focusing on creating location-specific content. The international hub will be based in London and will serve as a headquarters for the digital side of Vogue's international brands. {WWD}

YouTube is responsible for selling a lot of makeup
Online beauty guru Michelle Phan transformed a career as a vlogger to founding her own company, Ipsy. Bethany Mota created a fragrance and clothing line, while Ingrid Nilsen partnered with CoverGirl... and interviewed Barack Obama. Their successes are indicative of the digital era's wave of beauty influencers, who can inspire a loyal follower or subscriber to purchase a product sometimes more effectively than any form of traditional advertising. Oh, what times we live in! {Bloomberg}

M.i.h. Jeans launches denim customization service
On Tuesday, the brand debuted a bespoke denim service that will be the first installment of an ongoing feature that will update with new design and customization options each season. Via the online tool on the M.i.h website, customers can make their denim 100 percent their own with add-ons like hand-stitched and appliqué embroidery and colorful tassels ranging in price from $15 to $45 per add-on. {Fashionista inbox}

Here's how Coach is doing after pulling out of department stores
In August, Coach confirmed that its turnaround plan was starting to work and that its next plan of action was to significantly decrease its presence in department stores in order to avoid markdowns that negatively impact brand perception. And in the brand's 2017 first-quarter report released Tuesday, the impact of that decision was definitely felt. Overall sales were up only one percent on a reported basis due to a 30 percent decline in wholesale sales — a result of the department store pullout. The brand plans to reduce its department store presence by 25 percent, or 250 doors, by the end of the year. {Coach}

So, Beyoncé and Jay Z won Halloween
The couple set a new (and very high) bar for family costumes. With Blue Ivy clad in a Barbie leather jacket, Bey and Jay fully committed to Barbie and Ken, life-size box and all. (And hey, if you're looking for a Skipper...)  {@beyonce/Instagram}

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