What fantasy creative does Kendall Jenner become in Reserved's new campaign video?
In Reserved's new campaign video — directed by Gordon von Steiner — Kendall Jenner dances, pouts, and turns into a mermaid. It's a wild ride!
Which It model removed a prankster from Chanel's runway?
Models were busy walking the finale of Chanel’s Spring 2020 show today when a woman dressed in tweed jumped on the runway and joined them. From Instagram videos from the event, it appears she was going to try to pose in a section with Gigi Hadid. But Gigi wasn’t having it, and put her hand on the woman’s shoulder and escorted her out of view. The prankster has since been identified as Marie S’Infiltre, a comedian who has jumped on runways in the past.
What company has acquired Refinery29?
On Tuesday, news was leaked that Vice Media was finalizing plans to acquire Refinery29. The merger has now been confirmed. Valued at about $400 million, the deal “includes mostly stock with some cash.” As previously reported, Vice is looking to tap in to Refinery29’s mostly female readership, while Refinery29 will benefit from Vice’s international following.
Which rival brands teamed up to create a new sneaker?
It’s one thing for a major sportswear brand to collaborate with a celebrity or fashion designer, but it is quite another for them to collaborate with a direct competitor. Yet that is exactly what Adidas and Reebok have done, creating a shoe that combines Reebok’s iconic “pump” tech with Adidas’ super-comfy Boost foam sole. The result is the the Instapump Fury Boost™ sneaker, which drops in Japan later this month and will be available worldwide in November and December.
Which fast fashion retailer officially filed for bankruptcy this week?
Fast fashion retailer Forever 21 has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company will cease operations in 40 countries and close 350 stores worldwide, including 178 in the United States. However, it will continue to operate some stores, as well as sell online. “What we’re hoping to do with this process is just to simplify things so we can get back to doing what we do best,” Linda Chang, Forever 21’s EVP, told the New York Times.
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