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Must Read: Watch Gigi Hadid Eat a Burger — Again — With Jimmy Fallon, Is the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Turning Into a Media Nightmare?

Plus, Virgil Abloh stars on four different covers of "System" Magazine.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Watch Gigi Hadid eat a burger and discuss her charitable shoe line with Jimmy Fallon 
Fresh off Glamour's Women of the Year Awards, Gigi Hadid stopped by "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Wednesday to discussher charitable Stuart Weitzman collection, which donates a portion of its sales to building schools in Guatemala, Ghana and Laos. In the five-minute clip, Hadid also opens up about her Lakers obsession and, this becoming a bit of a tradition, indulges in a burger with the show's host. {YouTube

Is the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show turning into a media nightmare?
With the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show only a few days away, plenty of Angels are already en route to Shanghai. However, the Chinese government has reportedly made things difficult for both the leggy lingerie wearers themselves and the media that is coming to cover the event. According to Page Six, groups of bloggers, TV companies and journalists are struggling to receives visas and approval from the government that would allow them to film outside of the arena, as well as to send out press releases. {Page Six}

Virgil Abloh stars on four different covers of System Magazine
System Magazine, the biannual publication that engages in dialogues with fashion's most relevant individuals, just released its 10th issue starring one of the industry's most powerful figures, Virgil Abloh. The mastermind behind Off-White and about a million collaborations graces four different covers, all of which are shot by Juergen Teller. The issue also boasts a 66-page supplement documenting Abloh's collaboration with IKEA, and hits newsstands this Thursday. {System Magazine}

The past, present and future of bootleg merch 
Back in the '70s, swarms of rainbow-colored hippies gathered outside Grateful Dead concerts to sell bootleg merch. Fast-forward 40-odd years, and the Grateful Dead's iconic skull imagery has reemerged on T-shirts, worn by both OG Deadheads and hypebeasts alike. In a streetwear history lesson, Hypebeast explores the past, present and future of bootleg band merch. {Hypebeast}

A celebrity hairstylist opens up about "making it" in a very competitive field 
Gregg Giannillo is living proof that in 2017, not all hairstylists need to a) have large social media followings, and/or b) lead glamorous lives following the Kardashian-Jenners around. In fact, Giannillo's styled Hollywood hair for more than two decades, established his own salon and created a line of hair products, all without plastering his face — and his celebrity clients' — all over Instagram. {Glossy}

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Allbirds x Outdoor Voices launch first collaboration
Sustainable footwear brand Allbirds has teamed up with Outdoor Voices on a limited-edition kit designed to outfit the active minimalist. The kit is available for both men and women and comes stocked with casual heather grey and navy basics, such as a canvas tote, a coordinating Outdoor Voices crewneck and shorts set, signature tri-color leggings and a pair of Allbirds' wool-blend trainers. {Fashionista inbox} 

Meet the Instagram account that's digitally archiving the last 50 years of fashion publishing 
Instagram account @magazine_fan contains a unique photo collage made up of editorials found in fashion publications over the last 50 years. Run by Rosanna Tich, a London-based fashion lover with an immense magazine collection, the account ranges in images shot by Annie Leibovitz to Helmut Newton and features pages from '80s issues of British Vogue to modern-day issues of i-D. In an interview with Dazed, Tich said her collection conveys that fashion hasn't changed much in the last 50 years. {Dazed}

Calvin Klein and Amazon Fashion partner on a pop-up shopping experience
Just in time for the holidays, Calvin Klein and Amazon Fashion have teamed up for the first time to create a pop-up shopping experience in both New York City's Soho neighborhood and Los Angeles's Santa Monica. Each interactive location will offer Calvin Klein's underwear and lounge line, as well as exclusive styles and a chance to personalize items at the shop's embroidery station. Visitors with the Amazon App can also purchase from the store and have it shipped directly to their homes. And because retail spaces aren't complete without a social media-ready offering, both pop-up shops feature Instagram-worthy fitting rooms with Amazon Echo devices, colorful lighting settings and more. Both locations open Thursday morning and will welcome customers until Dec. 31. {Fashionista inbox} 

Report reveals fast fashion firms are facing strong pressures on growth 
Fast fashion retailers once fed into our rapidly changing tastes and provided us with moderately priced goods that resembled runway looks, but now, these retailers are starting to slow down. A new study performed by global management consulting firm Kurt Salmon revealed that fast fashion firms are struggling due to high inventories and slow sales, all thanks to increased competition online, higher levels of markdowns and rising costs in classical sourcing markets. {WWD}

Danny Sangra takes over Burberry's Spring Street store to celebrate the launch of the brand's Doodle tote 
Starting Thursday, British artist Danny Sangra will transform Burberry's Spring Street store into a canvas for his illustrations to bring to life the inspirations behind the new Burberry Doodle collection of reversible tote bags. For three days, the store will feature an exclusive collection of Doodle tote bags, a photo booth allowing customers to digitally apply Sandra's illustrations to their images and an artist station reserved for customers to commission their own works of art from Sangra himself. {Fashionista inbox} 

Dolce & Gabbana is selling $110 pasta
You'd definitely spend $110 to adorn your body in a Dolce & Gabbana dress, but would you drop that much cash to eat some Dolce & Gabbana branded carbs? The Italian fashion house has partnered with Pasta Di Martino on a limited-edition (there's only 5000 bags) line of pasta, which will retail for $110. The millennial-friendly luxury brand has a history of designing chic, overly fancy kitchen appliances, but this pasta collab marks its first entrance into the edible food market. {The Cut}

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