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Must Read: John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Cover 'Vanity Fair,' LVMH in Talks to Acquire Tiffany & Co.

Plus, inside Untuckit’s emergence from the fashion startup scene.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend with their children Luna and Miles on the cover of “Vanity Fair”‘s December issue. Photo: Mark Seliger/Vanity Fair

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen star on Vanity Fair’s December issue
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, along with their two children Luna and Miles, grace the December 2019 cover of Vanity Fair. The couple opens up about their relationship, ongoing feud with President Trump and what candidates they’re supporting for the upcoming 2020 election. {Vanity Fair}

LVMH in talks to acquire Tiffany & Co. 
LVMH has confirmed “preliminary” talks with Tiffany & Co. to discuss a possible acquisition of the luxury jewelry company. Tiffany is carefully reviewing the unsolicited, non-binding proposal to determine the course of action that is in the best interest of the company. {WWD}

Inside Untuckit’s emergence from the fashion startup scene
The “uncool” menswear label Untuckit has become one of the biggest brands to emerge from the fashion startup scene in recent years. The company — which designs shirts that are meant to be untucked — lacks sophistication and creativity, but its matter-of-a-fact, simple approach is the reason for its recent success. {Business of Fashion}

Brands capitalize on the popularity of eyelash extensions
Compared to Botox or fillers, eyelash extensions have proven to be a fairly inexpensive “boost” for beauty lovers. As the eyelash extension industry grows, startups are creating complementary products like cleansers, bonding agents, makeup removers and serums that work alongside the extensions. {Vogue Business

Tokyo Fashion Week is gearing up for a revamp 
Tokyo Fashion Week faced a number of challenges this Spring 2020 season. Not only was the city struck by its worst typhoon in decades, but the recently-wrapped event struggled to attract big local brands and suffered scheduling issues — the shows overlapped with Seoul Fashion Week. Now, to ensure a brighter future, the Japan Fashion Week Organization has enlisted a new director who wants to adopt a transitional approach to revamp the week. {Business of Fashion

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