Style Notes: Zoe Saldana Models for 7 For All Mankind; Amazon Has Glitches on Prime Day

Zoe_Saldana_B(air)_IG - S 2016

Zoe_Saldana_B(air)_IG - S 2016

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Zoe Saldana Is the New Face of 7 For All Mankind's B(Air) Denim [WWD]
Zoe Saldana is the official face of 7 For All Mankind's new Bair jeans. Similar to a jegging, Bair is the brand's answer to the encroaching activewear trend. (Bair combines "bare" and "air" to illustrate the lightweight feel.) The Star Trek actress posed in the fall campaign ads as well as a video which will live on social media with the hashtag, #baireverywhere

Amazon Suffers From Glitches on Prime Day [Fortune]
Amazon's second-ever Prime Day, during which Prime customers receive exclusive deals on everything from slow cookers to beauty products, was off to a bumpy start Tuesday morning as users reported technical failures as they tried to add items to virtual carts. The glitch, which was acknowledged by Amazon on Twitter, cleared up by mid-morning, much to the relief of shoppers everywhere. 

Taylor Hill Is a Lancome Ambassador [Instagram]
Victoria's Secret Angel Taylor Hill has landed her first beauty gig as an ambassador for Lancome. The 20-year-old follows in the footsteps of fellow Angel Jasmine Tookes as well as actresses Julia Roberts and Lupita Nyong'o as a spokesperson for the brand. In addition to her work for Victoria's Secret, Hill also has walked the runway for Givenchy, Chanel and Tommy Hilfiger.

Trailer for Kenzo's Carrie Brownstein-Directed Short Film Arrives [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
The star-studded trailer for Kenzo's newest short film, The Realest Real, dropped on Tuesday. Written and directed by Carrie Brownstein, the film stars Rowan Blanchard, Natasha Lyonne, Kim Gordon and some super-cute puppies as employees and guests of "The Institute of the Real and Really Real." Naturally, they all look chic. 

U.S. Women's Soccer Team Wears #EqualPlayEqualPay Tees, Temporary Tattoos [Yahoo]
The World Cup-winning U.S. Women's soccer team has upped their game in the fight for equal pay. The team just created t-shirts reading #EqualPlayEqualPay, which are now being sold for $20, with proceeds going to the National Women's Soccer League's Players Trust Fund. In addition to the tee, the team also plans to wear temporary tattoos during their pre-Olympics matches.


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