Style Notes: Sofia Richie Covers Complex; Donald Trump Got a New Hat

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Sofia Richie Covers Complex [Complex]
Sofia Richie, Lionel Richie's 18-year-old daughter, landed the cover of Complex's December/January issue. The model/socialite was photographed by Sasha Samsonova with various snakes for the shoot, which was reminiscent of Britney Spears' 2001 VMAs performance with a python. The reptile of choice was likely a nod to the snake emojis that littered the comments section of Richie's Instagram after she was linked to Justin Bieber earlier this year. While she refused to talk about her relationship (or lack thereof), Richie did open up about religion, her childhood and breaking her hip at age 16 from a Segway accident.


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Kylie Jenner Photographed by Terry Richardson for 2017 Calendar [Instagram]
Can't get enough of Kylie? Now you can enjoy 365 days of the youngest Jenner, thanks to a new calendar starring the selfie-obsessed starlet. Terry Richardson had the honors of photographing Jenner for the calendar, which is available Saturday on The 19-year-old shared a sneak preview of the images on Instagram, which — like Sofia Richie's Complex shoot — show her posing provocatively with snakes.

Trump's New Presidential Hat [New York Post]
Now that he's no longer campaigning, Donald Trump has traded in his trusty red "Make America Great Again" baseball cap for a new, more streamlined model. The president-elect was spotted wearing a cap reading "USA" on the front, with the number "45" (for 45th president of the United States) embroidered on the right side and an American flag on the left. The cap is already available in a white and blue version on Trump's website for $40.

Roland Mouret Returns To London Fashion Week [Business of Fashion]
Roland Mouret is returning to London Fashion Week in February to show his fall 2017 collection. Though he first launched his collection in London in 2000, Mouret has shown in Paris for the past 10 years. The French-born designer said of the move, "London is my home, it’s where my brand has its heart and I’m excited to celebrate such an important milestone here."