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Alessandra Ambrosio to model Victoria's Secret fantasy bra

October 17, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • Miranda Kerr models the $2.5-million Victoria's Secret "fantasy bra" in the brand's 2011 fashion show in New York.
Miranda Kerr models the $2.5-million Victoria's Secret "fantasy… (Brad Barket / Associated…)

Alessandra Ambrosio has been selected to wear the $2.5-million "fantasy bra" in this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, and said garment is to be formally revealed to the public on Thursday. Shown above is Miranda Kerr modeling last year's version. [The Cut]

Justin Bieber has signed up to be spokes-celebrity for Adidas' Neo sportswear label. [Los Angeles Times]

Levi's debuted a new line of eco-friendly denim, dubbed Waste[WWD] (Subscription required.)

Solange Knowles, whose style caught our eye  earlier this year, is on the cover of Elle South Africa wearing a colorful ensemble whose components were made by South African designers. [Styleite]

Harper's Bazaar has launched an online shopping site,, that allows users to shop for select merchandise from the pages of the magazine and Harper's website. At launch, Saks and American Express are partners in the endeavor, and American Express card holders will receive special benefits and offers on the site. [ShopBazaar]

Karl Lagerfeld is always busy, as creative director of Chanel, Fendi and his own label as well as handling multiple side projects. And he likes it that way. Nearing his 80th birthday, he reportedly is scoffing at the notion of retirement. [Telegraph]

Louboutin and Yves Saint Laurent seem to have called a truce in their battle over who has the right to use red soles on shoes. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Target released the look-book for its holiday Neiman-Marcus collaboration. There are items from 24 designers, including a skateboard by Derek Lam and a bicycle from Alice + Olivia. [Racked]


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