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Teyana Taylor Stars in Reebok Campaign [Elle]
Teyana Taylor (and her rock-hard abs) are back, this time for Reebok’s latest campaign — an ‘80s workout-themed video for the rerelease of the Reebok Classic Freestyle Hi. The 25-year-old joins Reebok’s growing roster of A-list ambassadors, which also includes Gigi Hadid, Kendrick Lamar and Future. Taylor first shot to stardom after being featured in Kanye West’s “Fade” music video.
Who What Wear Heads to NYFW [Who What Wear]
Who What Wear, the fashion site under the Clique Media umbrella, is headed to New York Fashion Week in a different capacity this season. The site will host its own runway show on Feb. 8 (technically one day before the official start of Fashion Week) featuring a curation of spring and summer 2017 trends from various brands (and likely a few pieces from their Target collaboration). The show will be broadcast live on the website at 7:30 p.m. ET, and all pieces will be immediately shoppable.
Taylor Hill to Design Collection for Joe’s Jeans [WWD]
Taylor Hill, Victoria’s Secret Angel and budding supermodel, is following in the footsteps of Gigi Hadid by trying her hand at design. The 20-year-old is collaborating with Joe’s Jeans creative director and founder Joe Dahan on a capsule collection featuring between 20 and 25 styles (including tees, jeans and jackets) priced between $44 and $350. She also has been named as an ambassador for the brand. The spring campaign, shot by Mario Sorrenti, will launch in March.
John Malkovich and Square Space Preview Super Bowl Pre-Game Ad [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Actor turned fashion designer John Malkovich is back together with Squarespace, this time for the website hosting service’s 77-second Super Bowl pregame advertisement. See the ad, which parodies the difficulties of securing a domain name, below.
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