Must Read: Burberry Releases New Holiday Campaign, Zayn Stars on British 'Vogue''s First Digital Cover

Plus, why is fashion ignoring its #MeToo moments?
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Burberry releases new holiday video campaign 
Burberry is ringing in the holidays with a new video campaign featuring Kristin Scott Thomas, M.I.A. and Matt Smith, as well as Naomi Campbell and her mother Valerie Morris-Campbell. The 90-second clip — watch above — was shot and directed by British artist Juno Calypso and explores a series of Christmas traditions and rituals done in the brand's iconic check pattern. The ad ends with Campbell and her mother relaxing on a plush sofa wearing pieces from Burberry's collaboration with Vivienne Westwood, which drops on Dec. 6. {Fashionista inbox} 

Zayn stars on British Vogue's first digital cover
Zayn — who dropped his last name, Malik, professionally upon his exit from One Direction — fronts British Vogue's first digital cover in an image shot by Scott Trindle. The interview accompanying the cover focuses on Zayn's years-long relationship with Gigi Hadid, his life post-One Direction and his life living with anxiety. {British Vogue

Why is fashion ignoring its #MeToo moments?
Fashion has experienced its own major #MeToo moments when a handful of powerful photographers were denounced for sexual abuse. "Yet the backlash was muted, and a wider, mainstream ripple was basically nonexistent," writes Jake Hall for Refinery29. "The men weren't publicly slated in the way that various Hollywood figures had (rightly) been, and most publications chose to quietly phase them out as opposed to issuing public statements." The question, Hall then asks, is why does fashion brush allegations of sexual exploitation under the rug? {Refinery29

Meet Masse: a new app that allows users to find product recommendations from their existing social networks 
Two former Jet.com and Moda Operandi product managers set out to create an app that allows users to ask for and share fashion and other consumer product recommendations among their existing social networks. They ended up building a platform, called "Masse," which launches on Tuesday after raising $3.5 million in a seed investment round led by Maveron. Masse will not allow sponsored posts, fake reviews or any type of paid-for content. Its product categories include beauty, personal care, health and wellness, baby products and home goods. {Business of Fashion

Self-Portrait founder to launch Central Saint Martins scholarship
Han Chong, an alumnus of Central Saint Martins and the founder of Self-Portrait, is showing his support to young London talent by launching a five-year scholarship program with his alma mater next fall. The contemporary fashion label will offer financial backing for five students on the MA Fashion course — one each year — until 2023. Chong will also mentor the students on how the fashion industry operates in a business capacity. {Business of Fashion

Dior makes U.S. push with New York pop-up store 
Dior opened a pop-up shop in New York City's Meatpacking District on Monday to coincide with the arrival of its U.S. e-commerce site, which is launching on Nov. 28 with a capsule collection designed by Kim Jones. The eclectic temporary store will offer a complete selection of the label's offerings for women, men and children, and is the latest effort by Dior's CEO to strengthen its brand awareness in the U.S. {WWD

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