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Fash Points: Juicy Couture Gets TV Show, Beyoncé Releases Christmas Merch

Plus more of this week's top fashion news stories.

Juicy Couture is getting its own TV show

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Juicy Couture, the makers behind everyone’s fave velour tracksuit, is getting its own television show. Produced by E!, “Juicy Stories” will be an hour-long scripted series inspired by Juicy Couture cofounders Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor and based on their memoir, “The Glitter Plan.” No word on when this will premiere, but we’re curious to see how it turns out. (Deadline)

Pharrell Williams and Chanel release limited-edition adidas sneaker at Colette

Pharrell’s sneaker collab with Chanel and adidas finally dropped Tuesday at Colette and with only 500 pairs available, it’s being touted as “the world’s most exclusive sneakers.” In an interview with WWD, Williams says he expects the resell value of the Adidas Originals NMD Hu sneaker to be $40,000. Oy. (WWD)

Victoria’s Secret slammed for cultural appropriation once again

In case you missed it, the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show was held in Shanghai this week and with it came some (more) controversy. Visa issues aside, the lingerie giant is being accused of cultural appropriation yet again, this time for its “Nomadic Adventure” segment, which featured Native American-inspired headdresses and “tribal” motifs. Like we said, it’s not the first time Victoria’s Secret has come under fire for appropriating Native American culture: back in 2012, they were slammed for the headdress that Karlie Kloss wore, which resulted in the entire look being cut from the televised show and a public apology from both VS and Kloss. (Fashionista)

Alessandra Ambrosio retires from Victoria’s Secret

Speaking of Victoria’s Secret, the brand is losing one of its Angels. After walking 17 VS Fashion Shows, Alessandra Ambrosio has decided to hang up her wings and retire from the VS Angel life. Her resignation is a personal decision, leaving Ambrosio to focus on her swimsuit line, Ale by Alessandra and her acting career. (Vogue U.K.)

Dean Davidson is launching a holiday pop-up shop in Toronto

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In Canadian fashion news, jewellery designer Dean Davidson will be launching his first-ever pop-up shop just in time for the holiday season and for the brand’s 10-year anniversary. Called the “Dean Davidson 10th Anniversary Holiday Pop-Up Shop,” the pop-up will take place at 38 Ossington Ave. Dec. 2 to 12 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will feature Dean Davidson classics and best sellers from over the years. There will also be a custom Castle Ring bar, where customers can choose a gemstone of their choice for the brand’s most popular ring design. Additionally, another Canadian fave, Ela Handbags, will also be available for purchase. (FASHION inbox)

Solange is the new face of Calvin Klein

Solange has been cast as the newest face of Calvin Klein’s #MYCALVINS campaign, and she’s bringing a whole lot of cool people with her (obvs). The songstress was given the opportunity to “curate” the rest of the campaign models, casting fellow musicians Kelela, Dev Hynes, Caroline Polachek and Kindness (a.k.a. Adam Bainbridge). (Refinery 29)


Beyoncé drops holidayoncé merch

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The Beyhive is about to have a very thicc holiday season, thanks to its Queen. Beyoncé has dropped a line of holidayoncé merch, which includes tees, sweaters, hoodies and ornaments emblazoned with cheeky phrases such as “Sis the Season,” “Slay Bells” and “Beyoncé’s Holiday Sweater.” And in case you’re wanting to gift these playful items, you can wrap them up in the “Best Revenge Is Your Wrapping Paper.” The collection ranges from $12 to $85 and is available at shop.beyonce.com(Vogue)

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