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Must Read: Kate Moss Stars in New Elvis Presley Video, Barbara Palvin Channels Sharon Stone for 'Love' Advent

Plus, Tom Ford declared cowboy hats cool on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!".

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Kate Moss stars in a new Elvis Presley music video
Original supe Kate Moss lip syncs and dances in a leather jumpsuit in the new music video for Elvis Presley's "The Wonder of You," released today on the late artist's official Vevo. Kate looks great, but some commenters were frustrated that she, whom they see as having no connection to the King, was chosen to star in the video over someone whose presence might seem more directly related to his legacy. {YouTube}

Barbara Palvin recreates iconic scene from "Basic Instinct" for Love Advent
Taking a stylistic break from the first eight videos directed by Hype Williams, Day 9 of the Love Advent videos is directed by Phil Poynter and features Hungarian model Barbara Palvin. The video recreates an iconic scene from the 1992 film "Basic Instinct," in which Sharon Stone's character is being interrogated about killing a man. {Love}

Tom Ford declared cowboy hats cool on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
Designer and "Nocturnal Animals" director Tom Ford spoke about what he wears while directing ("my regular cowboy hat I wear when I'm home in New Mexico"), the fact that he can't "hang out" ("not unless I block it in my calendar as '9 o'clock: hang out'") and his numerous Western-bred skills (shooting rattlesnakes, riding horses) while on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Thursday. {YouTube}

Gigi Hadid on how her thyroid disease affects her weight
In a recent interview with Elle, Gigi Hadid opened up about the medicine she takes for her thyroid disease, called Hashimoto's, which has reportedly caused her metabolism to change drastically in the last year. "It's now been two years since taking the medication for [Hashimoto's disease], so for the [Victoria's Secret Fashion Show] I didn't want to lose any more weight, I just want to have muscles in the right place," she said. {Elle}

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John Hardy opened its flagship store in Soho
Sustainable luxury jeweler John Hardy celebrated the launch of its flagship Soho store on Thursday with a party attended by the likes of Jasmine Tookes, Andreja Pejic and Freida Pinto. The reception also celebrated the brand's Artist in Residence program, which brings some of its artisans from their workshop in Bali to New York to teach visitors about the process that goes into making its products. Visitors to the store can also try their hand at weaving traditional silver chains now through Friday, Dec. 23. {Fashionista inbox}

Fleur Du Mal is hosting a one-day pop-up
Lingerie brand Fleur Du Mal is getting in the holiday spirit with a pop-up shop that includes a DJ, photobooth and "smoking hot Santa" — not to mention, plenty of underwear and ready-to-wear shopping — from 12-8 p.m. on Saturday. {Fashionista inbox}

Columbia released "Rogue One"-inspired Star Wars jackets
Taking inspiration from the newest Star Wars film's three main characters, outdoor retailer Columbia is releasing three limited-edition jackets that feature detailing and logos from the movie. There will be Storm Troopers at Columbia's store locations in New York, Chicago and Portland today in celebration of the new products. {Fashionista inbox}

Elle launching journalism partnership with Wake Forest University focused on women of color
Elle is partnering with Wake Forest University's Anna Julia Cooper Center to give five undergraduate students mentorship in journalism and storytelling. Melissa Harris-Perry, editor at large for, will work closely with the "Elle Scholars" to create women-focused content with an emphasis on women of color. The students will also have the chance to meet with other top journalists in the industry and work on a year-long multimedia project. "Mentoring new talent is crucial to making media a more inclusive space," said's editorial director Leah Chernikoff. {Fashionista inbox}

Brother Vellies and more female designers organize to support the Women's March on Washington
Brother Vellies, Mara Hoffman, Ace & Jig, Clare Vivier, Erica Weiner, Erin Considine, Electric Feathers, Fay Andrada, Robin Mollicone, Lulu Frost, Lizzie Furtunato, Maiyet, Melissa Joy Manning, Pamela Love, Rachel Antonoff, Raquel Allegra, Yestadt Millinery and Ulla Johnson are banding together to donate a percentage of their sales this weekend to the organization behind the forthcoming Women's March on Washington. Shop their online stores from 12 a.m. EST on Saturday, Dec. 10 through 11:59 p.m. EST on Sunday, Dec. 11. {Fashionista inbox}

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