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Must Read: Kendall Jenner Stars in Latest Love Advent Video, John Galliano Talks Margiela in a Rare Live Interview

Plus: IMG is switching up NYFW venues once again.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Kendall Jenner is the latest Love Magazine Advent Calendar star
Unlike fellow Love Advent leading ladies Bella Hadid and Irina Shayk, Kendall Jenner wasn't given any random activities (i.e. eating a banana, making pottery) to perform while being sexy in her installment of the British magazine's video calendar. But she's still got wet hair, dewy-sweaty skin and not a lot of clothes on, so the sexiness police probably won't fine her. {Love}

The Latest Tom Ford Profile in GQ Is Peak Tom Ford
To coincide with the release of his second film, "Nocturnal Animals," Tom Ford — a man known to give good interview — sat down with GQ for one hell of a chat, touching on everything from his feelings about Los Angeles, to the public's perception of him ("People see billboards with my face on it, [then] they come to meet me and I feel like they're expecting the real-life Kate Moss to be lying across the table naked and somebody would be doing lines of coke and whoo!"), to life with his husband Richard and 2-year-old son, Jack. Try not to feel too heartbroken when you read what Ford thinks about Jack's prized, light-up dinosaur shoes. {GQ}

John Galliano talks about 'Instagram babes' and Margiela
The controversial designer gave a rare live interview in which he discussed social media, couture and how imperfection can lead to happy accidents in design. Of social media like Snapchat, he said it helps him be "much more in touch with the real world today." {BoF}

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NYFW venues will change again next year
IMG, the NYFW organizer, has announced that it will no longer host events at Skylight at Moynihan Station. This season, Skylight Clarkson Sq at 550 Washington Street in West Soho will become the main venue, supplemented by Industria, further north on Washington Street. {WWD}

Burberry reportedly rejected takeover approaches from Coach
Britain's largest luxury brand spurned takeover attempts from its American rival that would have created a luxury group with a market value of over $20 billion, reports say. Talks between the two companies, which peaked sometime this fall, are no longer active. {Financial Times}

Givenchy re-releasing the Bambi sweatshirt this spring
The luxury brand's winter '14/'15 "It" item — a sweatshirt with the animated Disney classic character printed on it — will return with an update for the spring of 2017. The sweatshirt will run alongside other Bambi items ranging from a crew-neck tee to a bag charm. {Hypebeast}

Acne withdrew a sandal over copying accusations
The $500 sandals are no longer being sold after critics pointed out their striking resemblance to those made by The Shoe That Grows, a nonprofit that makes expandable shoes for impoverished children. "The similarities in design was not intentional but we do see them, therefore we have decided to stop selling the shoes for further investigation," an Acne spokesperson said. {The Telegraph}

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