Style Notes: Taco Bell's Forever21 Collab Is Here; Glossier to Launch Fragrance

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Taco Bell's Collab With Forever21 Is Now Available [People]
Teens and Taco Bell go together like hot sauce and well, anything — so you can bet that Gen Z will be excited about Forever21's collaboration with Taco Bell, which lands in stores and online on Wednesday. The collection features body suits, tees, jackets, cropped hoodies and more, priced from $8-$25. The collaboration includes plus-size styles, as well as an offering for men and girls.

 

Wake up and smell the @tacobell! The #F21xTacoBell collection is now available online. (shop link in bio)

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Glossier to Launch Fragrance [Instagram]
The Glossier takeover continues. The cult-favorite beauty brand launched by Into the Gloss founder Emily Weiss has just announced their latest product: a fragrance called Glossier You. Few details have been divulged about the scent, which does not yet have a release date, however shoppers can snag a free sample by ordering any product on Glossier's website. 

 

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Moncler Teams With Stylebop on Exclusive Unisex Coat [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
In collaboration with digital e-commerce site Stylebop, Moncler is releasing a unisex down puffer coat exclusive to the retailer. The oversize coat comes in an "oil slick" finish with Moncler branding across the sleeve and is available in red and black for $1,525. As part of the collaboration, Stylebop will also feature a curated selection of Moncler's best winter outerwear on its site. 

Heroine, Little Sister Site of Grailed, Launches [Elle]
Heroine is a secondhand luxury retailer for highly sought-after womenswear. Launched Wednesday, the site is the sister of Grailed, a famed menswear retailer for super hyped streetwear — the holy grail of secondhand designer or high-end street goods, if you will. Though Heroine specializes in womenswear, the site's identity has taken on a political, "for all" approach. The curation includes a diverse range of brands, from Chanel to Y/project to Nike. "Heroine is not meant to be an exclusive site," Heroine brand director Kristen Dempsey told Elle. "It is meant to be inclusive so that people who are interested in fashion, but maybe don’t have the background, can come to read a master class about Rei Kawakubo or Issey Miyake and can get educated."

 

Introducing Heroine. “Magical Girl” now live on The Editorial.

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