Kendall Jenner poses in January Vogue

Kendall Jenner models cropped jackets in Vogue

Kendall Jenner's modeling career just keeps soaring. She has another spread in January Vogue — Sienna Miller's on the cover — modeling cropped jackets and showing that she's as versatile in print as she is on the runway. [Vogue]

More than 30 employees of American Apparel reportedly have signed a petition protesting the board's firing of controversial company founder Dov Charney this week. [Bloomberg]

Roberto Cavalli is in talks to sell a majority stake to Italian private equity firm Clessidra. Cavalli would maintain a stake in his label, but there is speculation about a new creative director being named if the deal goes through. [Vogue UK]

Cavalli announced via news release Thursday that Nicki Minaj is the face of its spring-summer advertising campaign.

Avon's Chinese subsidiary has pleaded guilty to bribing Chinese officials and falsifying records and will pay $67.7 million in fines. That's part of a total $135 million the company has pledged to pay to settle criminal and civil claims. [Chicago Tribune]

Lululemon has a new subsidiary, Ivviva, to market athletic wear for kids age 6 and up. [The Cut]


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