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Style Notes: Chrissy Teigen's Baby Bump Covers InStyle Australia; Adidas Appoints New CEO

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Kick off your Monday with some fashion news.

America's favorite mom-to-be supermodel Chrissy Teigen took a trip down under to shoot the cover of InStyle Australia's February issue. John Legend's better half showed off her growing baby bump (as well as some serious leg) in a Steven Khalil long-sleeve gown for the Steven Chee-lensed cover. In her profile, Teigen talks maternity style advice from Kim Kardashian ("She told me to go stretchy") as well as her inability to choose a baby name quite yet ("We change the name everyday, basically.") [InStyle Australia]

Longtime Adidas CEO Herbert Hainer will step down from the company in September. Taking his place is Kasper Rorsted, who is currently the CEO of German company Henkel AG, a German retailer that produces a number of products including household goods (soaps, detergents) and personal hygiene items (toothpastes, shampoos). The announcement caused quite the buzz, with shares up 5 percent following the news. [Fortune]

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Following Sunday's Critics' Choice Awards, 17-year-old "kid critic" Jackson Murphy, author of film blog Lights Camera Jackson, posted a picture of himself alongside Amy Schumer on the red carpet with the caption, "Spent the night with @amyschumer. Certainly not the first guy to write that." The actress responded to the offending comments on Twitter — even calling out Murphy's dad (famous Canadian sportscaster Dan Murphy) in the process — writing, "@LCJReviews @jondaly I get it. Cause I'm a whore? Glad I took a photo with you. Hi to your dad." Murphy has since apologized to Schumer, but so far that hasn't saved him from the wrath of the Internet. [Mic]

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