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Style Notes: Kate Moss' Daughter Makes Model Debut; Nicki Minaj Teams Up With H&M

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Lila Grace Moss-Hack for Selfridge’s Braid Bar

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Kate Moss' Daughter Makes Modeling Debut [Marie Claire UK]
There's another Moss headed for fashion stardom. Kate Moss' 14-year-old with Dazed co-founder Jefferson Hack, Lila Grace Moss-Hack, made her debut in front of the camera for Selfridges' Braid Bar — braces and all. Kate's little sister, Lottie, 19, also entered the modeling world a couple years ago, and in 2015, Moss launched her own modeling agency, The Kate Moss Agency. We have a feeling Lila's in good hands.

Nicki Minaj Teams Up With H&M [Harper's Bazaar]
Nicki Minaj, who arrived at the Met Gala in New York in a black caped number by H&M, apparently has a secret project in the works with the Swedish fast fashion retailer. Minaj told a red-carpet reporter on Monday evening, "I have a special collaboration coming out with H&M this fall, and so they are dressing me for the night — and they nailed it." Neither Minaj nor H&M have released any other details about the project. Stay tuned.

Instagram Users Went Nuts Over Sunny Co's Free Swimsuit Promotion [Teen Vogue]
On Wednesday night night, Instagram feeds were flooded with a photo of a woman wearing a red one-piece swimsuit. The photo was from Sunny Co, a swimsuit company which was offering fans who reposted the photo within 24 hours and tagged the brand a $65 voucher for a free suit (customers would be responsible for shipping and handling costs). The photo received more than 340k likes (their previous average is between 4k and 7k per photo) and caused mayhem on the app. On Thursday, Sunny Co released the promo code to participants, which is good for 24 hours only, but noted that due to the overwhelming response, the brand "reserves the right to cap the promotion." Several customers also complained that they have been charged the full price even with the discount code. A follow-up Instagram post stated that the brand would cap that number at 50,000 participants, and that full-price orders would be refunded. "We truly had no idea the response was going to be so overwhelming and we are very sorry for any confusion," reads a letter from founders Alan Alchalel and Brady Silverwood. 

 

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