^THE FASHION FIX^
This week in the world of fashion, the news was unveiled that Victoria’s Secret decided to hire its first-ever transgender model following the update that there will be no televised show this year, plus fashion store Target is re-releasing some of its most successful collaborations and the second Reebok X Victoria Beckham line has arrived.
The transgender model joins Victoria’s Secret
Chief marketing officer Ed Razek caused outrage at the end of last year, stating that the label’s ‘fantasy’ wouldn’t entertain the idea of having a transgender woman as an angel. However, it seems the global lingerie label is finally accepting today’s inclusivity and has hired Brazilian model Valentina Sampaio as its first trans model.
Shooting for the label’s Pink clothing line, the model posted on Instagram an exclusive video and behind-the-scenes photos accompanied by the caption “Never stop dreaming”. Sampaio was additionally the first woman in history to be on the cover of Vogue Paris in 2017 and again gracing the front of Vogue Brazil in 2018.
The news is revealed after it was said Victoria’s Secret show will not be televised this year due to viewing stats plummeting last year to an all-time low.
Target is Re-Releasing some of its Most Successful Collaborations
It’s been twenty years and over 175 designer partnerships and now fashion store Target is championing two decades of designer collaborations by re-visiting the archives to revitalise 20 of its greatest collaborations.
The brand’s sought-after partnerships have previously included Zac Posen, Missoni, Anna Sui, Altuzarra and Proenza Schouler to name but a few.
The anniversary is a celebration of the label’s rich design legacy and an assortment of partnerships achieved the past twenty years. This designer collection will hit US stores and online on September 14th.
The second instalment of Reebok X Victoria Beckham
We don’t need to wait any longer because the greatly anticipated second chapter of Reebok X Victoria Beckham has landed! The latest offering presents itself as a continuation of her debut’s elevated streetwear aesthetic, now extracting inspiration from her everyday workout regime and practice of being a trained dancer.
Each piece is designed to enable the wearer to feel self-assured in their style without the need to compromise on high-performance features. The collection arrives as a reflection of the brand’s ethos – to feel strong and empowered. The Fall-Winter boy-ish line features an array of women’s and unisex clothing, as well as accessories. Prices start from £70 and include crewneck sweaters, windbreakers, joggers, cropped sweatshirts, and more. Available from Reebok online and premium stores.
Until next time, xoxo, Katie.