Must Read: Gigi Hadid Wears Tommy Hilfiger on 'Ellen,' Alexa Chung and Next Models File Lawsuit Against The RealReal

Plus, Vince's founders have exited the company for the second time in recent history.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Gigi Hadid appears on "Ellen," achieves bucket list goal
Landing a Vogue cover? Check. Appearing on the Food Network? Honorary check — she starred in an episode of Fox's "Masterchef." Sitting down with Ellen Degeneres? Check. On a recent appearance of the host's daytime talk show, Gigi Hadid shared her aforementioned three bucket list goals while speaking on topics ranging from the #TommyxGigi show in Los Angeles, favorite internet personalities and her relationship with Zayn Malik. Watch the full clip, above. {YouTube}

Alexa Chung and fellow Next models are taking The RealReal to court
The ultimate "It" girl and fellow faces from her agency Next Models are suing consignment website The RealReal for using their images and likenesses without their consent. Model plaintiffs in the suit, filed last week in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, include Chung, alongside Binx Walton, Georgia Hilmer, Grace Hartzel and Lineisy Montero, among others. {The Fashion Law}

Vince founders to exit their company (again)
Rea Laccone and Christopher LaPolice have announced their departure from the company they founded in 2002 for the second time in five years. Laccone and LaPolice retired from Vince after the brand went public in November 2013, but returned to the label in 2015. However, WWD reports that as of this week, Laccone and LaPolice have "mutually agreed to end their consulting arrangements based on the progress achieved in resetting the brand." {WWD}

How brands like Glossier are winning the #content game
You know a company has got its social media game on lock when a five-second scroll through its Instagram feed is enough to get a sense of the brand ethos. Glossier is a prime example, harnessing compelling images, actual user engagement and collaboration into building an company-wide identity that people respond to, in the form of dollars and likes. {Fast Company}

Teen Vogue visits "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah"
Editor Elaine Welteroth and Digital Editorial Director Phillip Picardi sat down with "The Daily Show" host Trevor Noah to discuss why political coverage belongs in the (virtual and in-book) pages of Teen Vogue, and why young readers deserve an outlet that speaks directly to them. "Young people are particularly civically engaged right now," said Picardi. "To tell a teenager that she should stick to lip gloss when she's being directly impacted by the policies... is frankly, irresponsible." {The Daily Show

Mayor Bill de Blasio is taking steps to support local fashion manufacturing
In his annual State of the City address, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a multimillion-dollar commitment to a "Made in New York" garment manufacturing facility nestled in Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood. The area's largely unused buildings will reportedly be evolved into a new hub for local fashion manufacturers, in addition to film and television production, directly creating a range of permanent, site-specific jobs as a result. {WWD}

Homepage photo: Rich Polk/Getty Images for Tommy Hilfiger

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