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Victoria's Secret Says They Don't Sell Lingerie to the Whole World

"We market to who we sell to, and we don't market to the whole world."
Victoria's Secret Says They Don't Sell Lingerie to the Whole World
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"We market to who we sell to, and we don't market to the whole world."

Beat the Monday blues by updating yourself with all the fashion news you might have missed last week!

1. Victoria's Secret received backlash over its plus-size comments.

In an interview with Vogue, L Brands' (Victoria's Secret parent company) Chief Marketing Officer Ed Razek says they have no plans to add larger lingerie sizes or to put plus-size models on the runway show. He adds that plus-size lingerie belongs to their then-sister company, Lane Bryant

"Lane Bryant still sells plus-size lingerie, but it sells a specific range, just like every specialty retailer in the world sells a range of clothing. As do we. We market to who we sell to, and we don't market to the whole world," Ed tells Vogue.

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2. You can now customize your Gucci purchases with your initials.

It's not just Gucci bags and shoes that you can personalize. The brand has expanded its DIY services to knitwear and outerwear, which means you can now reach peak Guccification by adorning your fave pieces with your initials via the house's website.

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3. Gigi Hadid has revealed a teaser of her upcoming Reebok collab.

Gigi Hadid took it to Instagram to reveal her latest sneaker collab with Reebok. The supermodel posted a close-up look of her limited edition sneaker that is set to be launched on December 7. Meanwhile, the full collection will hit the shelves early 2019.

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4. Proenza Schouler designers have officially bought back their brand.

Proenza Schouler's founding designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, backed with a new group of private investors, recently bought back their company from Castanea Partners, to whom they sold a minority stake in 2015," Fashionista reports.

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5. Stella McCartney just launched an eco-friendly bridal line inspired by Meghan Markle's wedding reception dress.

Stella McCartney launched Made with Love, the house's first full bridal line. This collection was inspired by the exclusive design created last June for the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle. Seven wedding dresses, an embroidered lace jumpsuit, and an ivory tuxedo make up the line with each piece featuring a blue tag for the bride's "something blue." The bridal line also abides with the brand's ethical manufacturing, making each piece eco-friendly and sustainable.

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