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Must Read: Kendall Jenner's Fur Sparks Controversy, Dakota Johnson Covers 'Allure's' 'New Naked' Issue

Plus, James Scully on what's next following the recent allegations made against Bruce Weber and Mario Testino.
Kendall Jenner and her giant fur jacket at the Dsquared2 show during Milan Men's Fashion Week. Photo: @dsquared2/Instagram

Kendall Jenner and her giant fur jacket at the Dsquared2 show during Milan Men's Fashion Week. Photo: @dsquared2/Instagram

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Kendall Jenner sparks backlash for wearing fur on the DSquared2 catwalk
Gucci and Michael Kors have decided to go fur-free, but not all fashion leaders have adopted their own anti-fur stances. Kendall Jenner sparked controversy on Sunday when she appeared on the DSquared2 catwalk during Milan Men's Fashion Week wearing a giant fur jacket that could have covered the whole Kardashian family. Although it was the Canadian brand that sent the 22-year-old reality star down the runway in a mass of animal fur, Twitter users attacked the model for setting a poor example by agreeing to promote the use of fur. {The Independent}

Dakota Johnson covers Allure's "New Naked" issue
"Fifty Shades" star Dakota Johnson covers Allure's "New Naked" issue, looking like an ethereal princess in lingerie couture and Dries Van Noten. The magazine's February 2018 issue seeks to redefine nude and has chosen an apt cover girl for its naked cover, seeing as how Johnson's recurring film role forces her to bare it all. Inside the issue, Johnson talks exposing her emotions and body on screen. {Allure}

Dakota Johnson on the cover of "Allure"'s "New Naked" issue. Photo: Petra Collins for "Allure"

Dakota Johnson on the cover of "Allure"'s "New Naked" issue. Photo: Petra Collins for "Allure"

James Scully speaks out about the accusations against Bruce Weber and Mario Testino
James Scully has worked in the casting business for over 30 years, being one of the very first industry figures to speak out about model abuse. In response to the recent, explosive The New York Times investigation on Bruce Weber and Mario Testino, Scully sat down with Them's Chief Content Officer Phillip Picardi to talk about the allegations made against the aforementioned famous fashion photographers, and what he thinks is coming next. {Them}

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Maison Margiela to present first men's collection designed by John Galliano 
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CVS adopts no-Photoshop rule
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Inside the growth of fashion media in Latin America 
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Kylie Cosmetics unveils new eyeshadow palette 
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