Cara Delevingne's Career Change, J.Crew Welcomes Activewear and More
It looks like 2015 will be Cara Delevingne's year on the silver screen. The model, who is set to co-star in projects with Johnny Depp, Hugh Jackman and Rooney Mara, just finished filming her sixth movie and plans to do less modeling gigs. In the meantime, we can at least enjoy the new Topshop holiday campaign above that launched this week. [WWD]
Nanette Lepore is collaborating with Origins for the holidays on limited-edition cosmetics and a floral-print makeup bag. This is the natural beauty brand's first fashion partnership and, true to its sustainable practices, the designer's makeup bag was made with 100 percent recycled cotton, and will be available later this month.
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J.Crew is selling activewear for the first time. It's not an extension of the collection, but rather the introduction of minimalist fitness apparel brand Outdoor Voices to its retail pickings. [The Cut]
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Victoria's Secret pulled its controversial "Perfect Body" campaign after a lot of negative media buzz and reframed it with the slogan above. Maybe they should take notes from Aerie—the lingerie brand's sales have gone up since it abandoned photoshopping practices. [People StyleWatch | Bustle]
Since the season of giving is right around the corner, Calypso St. Barth is teaming up with Clothes4Souls, a non-profit fighting poverty, to collect your gently-worn sweaters. Anyone who donates scores 25 percent off a full-priced purchase at Calypso stores through November 16. [Calypso St. Barth]