A legend in the modeling world is retiring from the runway. Gisele Bündchen walked her last fashion show runway last night at the Colcci show at Sao Paulo Fashion Week Summer 2016 in her home country of Brazil. The model is stepping down from the catwalk after 20 years in the industry. And just to remind you that, yes, she's always been this beautiful, Bündchen shared a pic of her 14-year-old newbie-model self.
Looks like there are two Hadid sisters in town. Little sis to Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid, seems to be well on her way to model stardom as well. The 18-year-old appeared in Tom Ford's 2015 runway show and now, thanks to fashion powerhouse Carine Roitfeld, she's landed a full, makeup-free feature on the CR Fashion Book's website. [Fashionista]
Speaking of Carine Roitfeld's influence, the French editor is collaborating with Uniqlo for a 40-piece womenswear collection to launch this fall. Now we can all master the cool, French-woman vibe for a reasonable price tag. [The Guardian]
Rejoice! TJ Maxx is now offering plus sizes 14 to 20 online. Offerings will include dresses, shirts, pants and swimwear—and of course, at the TJ Maxx prices we all know and love. [TJ Maxx]
In case you weren't already in envy of the Apple watch, Karl Lagerfeld wore the Apple watches to end all Apple watches. Lagerfeld's bodyguard apparently snapped a pic of the designer's custom-created watch for all the world to ogle. [Instagram]
Get ready, Kim Kardashian's selfie book, Selfish, is available for pre-order right now on Amazon before its official May 5th release. The 352-page book includes—you guessed it—selfies. And if you really want the full experience, head over to Gilt at 12pm EST today to pre-order a hand-signed, one-of-500 copy. [Gilt]
By now you've probably seen the infamous makeout sesh between Drake and Madonna at Coachella. Despite what his face says, Drake claims he wasn't disgusted by making out with Madge, but rather he was not enjoying the taste of her lipstick. Guess lipstick isn't for everyone. [Popsugar]
We already told you about the #ask4more campaign Levo is running to bring attention to the gender wage gap, but they're not the only ones highlighting the need for equal pay. Elana Schlenker created a pop-up shop called 76<100, where she charges women 76 percent of the retail price of any item in the shop—whereas men must pay the full ticket price. [Refinery 29]