Although Miranda Kerr has hung up her angel wings (and already taken on a slew of other gigs), she has no plans to abandon modeling lingerie. In fact, the former Victoria's Secret model is the latest face of Wonderbra. [Fashionista]
One of Kerr's said gigs includes campaigning for H&M, and the retailer now has something to offer bridal bargain-hunters: The fast-fashion chain has released its first wedding dress, and it's under $100. [Huffington Post]
Bridal attire aside, one tween retail chain plans to follow in H&M's fast-fashion footsteps. Hollister will soon change its business model in an attempt to distinguish itself from Abercrombie—and regain customers. [The Wall Street Journal]
The saga of Pharrell Williams's infamous Vivienne Westwood hat met its conclusion earlier this week. After putting the accessory up for auction on eBay, the singer received a generous winning bid. As for the mysterious bidder...
Alexander Wang was on to something when he selected Brooklyn as his Fashion Week venue for last month's show. While Fashion Week Brooklyn has been around for a few years now, the borough's president, Eric Adams, now officially supports the event. [Daily News]
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Can you guess who taught Pharrell Williams about good skincare? Well, if you said Naomi Campbell, then you'd be correct. And apparently, the secret to his flawless skin is as simple as washing his face. [TotalBeauty]