Style Notes: Ashley Graham's First Vogue Cover; Samantha Cameron Launches Fashion Label
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Ashley Graham Covers British Vogue [Vogue UK]
It looks like Ashley Graham's domination of 2016 is continuing over into the new year. The plus-size supermodel and body positivity activist, who recently debuted her very own curvy Barbie, nabbed the January 2017 cover of Vogue U.K., her first cover for the Vogue family. Graham was photographed by Patrick Demarchelier in an embellished leather Coach jacket from the spring 2017 Elvis-inspired collection.
Samantha Cameron Launches New Label Called Cefinn [Vogue UK]
Samantha Cameron, wife of former British prime minister David Cameron, is getting back into the fashion game. Cameron — who was previously a creative director at Smythson, where she is still a consultant — is launching a new contemporary womenswear label called Cefinn. The 40-piece spring 2017 collection will be available early next year at Net-a-Porter, Selfridges and at Cefinn.com, and ranges in price from approximately $125 to $375.
Arianna Huffington Is Selling a Bed for Your Phone Complete With Satin Sheets [Fortune]
Arianna Huffington, co-founder of the Huffington Post and queen of "The Sleep Revolution," recently launched Thrive Global, a new wellness company which takes snoozing very seriously. Among the products that the company sells is a $100 phone bed, available in poplar and mahogany finishes and complete with a set of satin sheets. The product description reads: "First we tuck our phones in, and then ourself. By giving our phones their own bed, we can say goodnight to our day and get the sleep we need to wake up fully recharged."
Noted Hillary Supporter Katy Perry Wears Sophie Theallet, Designer Who Refused to Dress Melania Trump [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Katy Perry was a big presence in Hillary Clinton's campaign. She not only supplied the Democratic presidential nominee's theme song, "Roar," but also toured on Clinton's behalf and urged her fans to get out and vote. So it comes as no surprise that she stepped out in an ensemble by Sophie Theallet, the French designer who publicly declared that she would not dress future first lady Melania Trump because she disagrees with Donald Trump's divisive rhetoric and politics.