Style Notes: Naomi Campbell Collaborates on Lingerie Line; 'Teen Vogue' Publisher Out
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Who better to design a capsule collection of lingerie than the woman who rocks it better than anyone else? That's right, Naomi Campbell has teamed up with Yamamay for an exclusive, limited-edition collection of bras, panties, slips and camisoles priced between $32 and $65. The supermodel also stars in the ads for the "IamNaomiCampbell" collection that were lensed by Mario Testino. [WWD]
In the midst of major magazine shuffles that have been happening lately, Teen Vogue has announced that publisher Jason Wagenheim, who joined the teen zine in 2011, is leaving his post and that Teen Vogue employees now will report to Vogue publisher Susan Plagemann. Though there were rumors that the glossy might be folding, a statement issued by Vogue notes that the changes are occurring only on the business side and that print and digital operations remain unchanged. [Fashionista]
Hearst finally has unveiled its secret Snapchat project. The company is releasing a new channel on the social media app that is being called "Sweet." The publisher, which kept the project a secret for several weeks, has revealed snippets of content in a 49-second teaser clip, which features wide-ranging lifestyle content, including a Midwestern model home and a short reel of singer Carrie Brownstein. [WWD]
Model Maria Borges made history during this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show when she hit the runway sporting an all-natural TWA (teeny-weeny Afro). Borges' decision to wear her natural hair marks the TWA's first appearance in the fashion show's 20-year run. [Elle]