Style Notes: Balmain x Victoria's Secret Collab Coming; Nickelodeon Teams With Members Only

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Sara Sampaio and Olivier Rousteing

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Balmain to Create Looks for Victoria's Secret Fashion Show [Vogue]
Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing is collaborating with Victoria's Secret for this year's fashion show, which will take place in Shanghai. Rousteing is creating looks for the show and a capsule collection that will be available for purchase in stores and at on Nov. 29, one day after the show airs on CBS. Details about the limited-edition range, including the price point and the number of pieces being offered, have yet to be revealed.


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Nickelodeon Teams With Members Only for Outerwear Collection [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]

Nickelodeon and Members Only, the brand that became popular in the 1980s for its racer jackets, are partnering on a limited-edition outerwear. Available starting Wednesday, the unisex reversible bomber jacket features characters from Rugrats, Hey Arnold! and The Ren & Stimpy Show. The jacket can be purchased for $200 at and later this month at Macy's, Nordstrom, Amazon, Zumiez and PacSun. Last year, Nickelodeon partnered with Junk Food on a throwback t-shirt collection.

Travis Scott and Ksubi to Release Limited-Edition Collection [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Australian streetwear label Ksubi will released its limited-edition collection with hip-hop artist Travis Scott on Oct. 12. The 10-piece range will offer distressed denim, tees, a hooded sweater, bomber and oversized denim jacket. The Ksubi x Travis Scott collection, priced from $120-$450, will be up for grabs in stores and online at The Local 132 by General Pants Co (132 S. La Brea Ave. in Los Angeles), Barneys, Browns, Farfetch, General Pants Co, Kith, Ksubi, Ron Herman, Ssense and The Webster.