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Must Read: Gigi Hadid Smolders in 'Love' Advent Video, George Michael Dies at 53

Plus, how Nasty Gal faced bankruptcy while Sophia Amoruso's personal brand soared.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Gigi Hadid is pretty in pink Agent Provocateur for Love Advent
While you were all busy opening presents and sipping on cider on Christmas Eve (aka not staring at your computer), Gigi Hadid starred in a steamy Love Advent calendar film, wearing a pink swimsuit courtesy of Agent Provocateur — and little else. In true Instagirl form, she had her iPhone handy to snap sexy selfies the entire time. Watch the Dan Jackson-directed clip in full, above. {YouTube}

George Michael passes away at 53
The iconic pop star died on Christmas Day at his Oxfordshire, England home due to a heart condition, his manager confirmed to WWD. In addition to his legacy in the music industry, Michael was a fashion icon who wasn't afraid to express his personal style through bold colors and makeup. Plus, his unforgettable music videos for "Freedom! 90" and "Too Funky" featured supermodels Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and more. He will be truly missed. {WWD}

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The rise and fall of the Nasty Gal empire
Even though founder Sophia Amoruso basically coined the term "girlboss" (which spawned a best-selling book and forthcoming Netflix Original series), her Etsy shop-turned-full-on-brand, Nasty Gal, filed for bankruptcy protection this past November. "Everyone knows Nasty Gal requires me," said Amoruso to Forbes back in July. Maybe those words were truer than anyone had previously believed. {Glossy}

"I've made my choice not to be part of Trumpland."
The ever-quotable André Leon Talley sat down with Maureen Dowd to discuss the President-elect and his wife, Melania Trump. He had some choice words for the latter, saying, "[She's] trying too hard. And I am so tired of the long hair falling on both sides of her face. She has to upgrade her coiffure." In addition, Talley does not fault Anna Wintour, a very powerful woman, for visiting Donald Trump at his home, but Kanye West, on the other hand, is a different story. "There is a lot of marzipan here," he said of West's meeting. "Marzipan is the glaze you put on a cake, a superficial glazed layer. It's all marzipan, it's all optics." {The New York Times}

Debbie Harry to design womenswear collection for Obey
Shepard Fairey has tapped style icon Debbie Harry, the lead singer of Blondie, to design a collection for Obey that will debut this fall. Details are still very scarce, but fans can expect the limited-edition line to be infused with plenty of New York City cool and a punk attitude. {WWD}

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