Style Notes: Victoria's Secret Reveals Full Lineup; Diesel Black Gold to Show in Milan

martha hunt and taylor swift Victoria's Secret - H 2015

martha hunt and taylor swift Victoria's Secret - H 2015

Embracing Monday with some style news.

Victoria's Secret angels are more than just miles of legs and perfectly sculpted abs. Now, on the eve of the taping of the show, the aspirational lingerie company has revealed the names of all 44 models. Among the recognizable ladies on the list are Behati Prinsloo, Adriana Lima, Candice Swanepoel and Stella Maxwell. [Fashionista

Diesel Black Gold will show its women's ready-to-wear collections in Milan rather than New York, beginning February with its fall 2016 line. Diesel CEO Renzo Rosso cites an evolving business strategy as the reason for the move, noting that while New York was the perfect place for the brand when it was a small contemporary label, it now has a different objective that is more fitting for Milan Fashion Week. [WWD]

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VFiles and Bratz have teamed up to create a new limited- edition doll aptly named "Vee Filez." The doll already has a "day in the life" video, social media accounts, and a knock-off nickname, Bad gal Vee Vee. Much like Moschino Barbie, the VFiles doll has her own wardrobe as well as a few human-size pieces, because, apparently, dressing like your doll isn't just for nine-year-olds and their American Girl dolls anymore. Vee Filez retails for $100, while clothes and accessories range between $10 and $185 — but you'd better hurry, because there will only be 250 dolls for sale at on Nov. 27. [Racked]

According to Proenza Schouler's Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, designers are altering their designs to look better "on screen" — specifically, on fashion-heavy apps like Instagram. And while those like Marc Jacobs and Raf Simons lament the age of social media for changing the fashion landscape, Instagram's own Eva Chen claims that fashion has always been about over-the-top displays, even before everyone was creating slow-motion videos and outrageous snapchat stories. [Yahoo Style