Lane Bryant Throws a Little Shade at Victoria's Secret—With Good Intentions

The plus-size retailer's new campaign aims to redefine sexy.

Lane Bryant Throws A Little Shade at Victoria's Secret—With Good Intentions
(Source: Lane Bryant)

Hot on the heels of the recent Lela Rose for Lane Bryant launch, the brand's sassy new campaign #ImNoAngel is a cheeky move by Lane Bryant CEO Linda Heasley, who hopes to change the conversation about plus-size fashion. Advertising the brand's lingerie line, Cacique, the fashion-forward black-and-white images show some of the main players in plus-size modeling stripped down to their skivvies. Angel wings or not, these girls are gorgeous. [Fashionista]

Floral delivery just got a lot more stylish. Designer Isaac Mizrahi has teamed up with 1-800-Flowers for a chic assortment of arrangements and small gifts, blooming on April 13—just in time for Mother's Day. [1-800-Flowers]

Lane Bryant Throws A Little Shade at Victoria's Secret—With Good Intentions
(Source: Cosmopolitan)

What's more impressive: the fact that Cosmopolitan has been on newsstands for 50 years or that Madonna covers the 50th anniversary edition just as well as she did for the 25th?  [Cosmopolitan]

Nina Dobrev announced she is leaving The Vampire Diaries last night via Instagram. Our TV fashion roundups will never be the same. [Instagram]

How far would you go for the perfect pair of vintage jeans? Apparently thrift stores aren't good enough anymore. The must-have denim label of the moment reworks used bluejeans for the perfect new-but-old look. Somehow we're not sure that justifies the $1,450 price tag. [Style.com]

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