Must Read: Lana Del Rey Covers 'Harper's Bazaar,' 'Nylon' Will Return to Print

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Lana del Rey covers Harper's Bazaar
Lana del Rey is on the cover of Harper's Bazaar's December/January Art Issue. Photographed by Collier Schorr and styled in Prada by Yashua Simmons, del Rey spoke with Chloé Cooper Jones about love, her widely influential discography and finding home within herself. "I have a big old home inside. That's the whole thing," she said in the interview. "It's warm in here. There's a huge hearth in here." {Harper's Bazaar}

Inside Nylon's return to print
Bryan Goldberg, the owner of BDG, has plans for surviving the current online advertising landscape. Business of Fashion's Diana Pearl reports that Goldberg has strategies in play to pivot towards the luxury market, starting with reviving the print edition of Nylon, several years after it shuttered. He hopes this move will help appeal to luxury advertisers, while creating awareness for the overall Bustle image. {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

Thebe Magugu's Heirloom shirt project memorializes loved ones
South African designer Thebe Magugu is taking family memories and making them oh-so chic. The New York Times' fashion critic Vanessa Friedman reports on the designer's Heirloom shirt project, which gave customers three weeks to upload and print their family photos on a glossy customized shirt. Hundreds of orders came from around the world, including one from former First Lady Michelle Obama. {The New York Times/paywalled}

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