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Must Read: Hailey Bieber Covers 'Elle', Should New York Cancel Fashion Week?

Plus, here's what we know about Selena Gomez's beauty line, Rare Beauty.
Hailey Bieber on the cover of Elle February 2020. 

Hailey Bieber on the cover of Elle February 2020. 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Hailey Bieber covers Elle 
Newlywed Hailey Bieber opens up to Elle about marriage, her and Justin Bieber's rules at home (no phones in bed) and how their shared faith brings them together. The issue hits newsstands on February 18th. {Elle

Should New York cancel fashion week?
New York Fashion Week is slowly but steadily declining, as more designers opt out of the traditional schedule — including CFDA chairman Tom Ford, who moved his Fall 2020 show to LA. The growth of American fashion means New York is no longer the central fashion hub it once was, and many top stylists and designers are choosing to shift their focus to the West Coast, where they have more access to A-listers. All of this has led to whispers that New York should go the same way as Stockholm and cancel fashion week. {Vogue Business}

Here's what we know about Selena Gomez's Rare Beauty line
Selena Gomez has joined the ranks of Rihanna and Kylie Jenner by creating her own makeup line. Rare Beauty will launch with Sephora this summer. Its mission is to shape conversations around beauty, self acceptance and mental health. {WWD}

Target is launching luggage brand
Target is changing the travel game with Open Story, a range of luggage and accessories created by travelers, for travelers. The collection includes everything from backpacks to cosmetics cases, and everything's under $180. It will be available in stores on Feb. 9 and online Feb. 13. {Fashionista Inbox}

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Prada required to give all New York employees sensitivity training
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