Kendall Jenner poses in January Vogue

Kendall Jenner poses in January Vogue
Kendall Jenner, right, poses with fellow model Cara Delevingne at the British Fashion Awards in early December. (WILL OLIVER / EPA)

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]