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    Victoria's Secret Cast A Transgender Model, Valentina Sampaio — And It's About Damn Time

    12:29, October 08 22 0

    By Lauren Rearick For the first time in the company’s 42-year history, Victoria’s Secret cast a transgender model to appear in one of its campaigns. Valentina Sampaio, a model and actor from Brazil, is slated to appear in a mid-August ad, CNN reported. She teased the shoot with a photograph ostensibly taken on set, and tagged the retailer’s younger-skewing offshoot brand, PINK, in the post.
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    Victoria's Secret Cast A Transgender Model, Valentina Sampaio — And It's About Damn Time

    12:19, September 08 87 0

    By Lauren Rearick For the first time in the company’s 42-year history, Victoria’s Secret cast a transgender model to appear in one of its campaigns. Valentina Sampaio, a model and actor from Brazil, is slated to appear in a mid-August ad, CNN reported. She teased the shoot with a photograph ostensibly taken on set, and tagged the retailer’s younger-skewing offshoot brand, PINK, in the post.
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    Victoria's Secret Cast A Transgender Model, Valentina Sampaio — And It's About Damn Time

    12:00, August 08 167 0

    By Lauren Rearick For the first time in the company’s 42-year history, Victoria’s Secret cast a transgender model to appear in one of its campaigns. Valentina Sampaio, a model and actor from Brazil, is slated to appear in a mid-August ad, CNN reported. She teased the shoot with a photograph ostensibly taken on set, and tagged the retailer’s younger-skewing offshoot brand, PINK, in the post.
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    Halima Aden's Newest Groundbreaking Photoshoot Is Here

    11:42, July 30 147 0

    By Christianna Silva Halima Aden has never been afraid of being the first. Aden was the first woman to wear a hijab in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant, where she was a semi-finalist, and soon after became the first hijab-wearing model to sign a contract with IMG. And on April 29, Aden became the first Muslim model to wear a hijab and burkini in the history of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit magazine in honor of the issue's theme of “shattering perceptions.”
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    Halima Aden's Newest Groundbreaking Photoshoot Is Here

    11:24, June 30 203 0

    By Christianna Silva Halima Aden has never been afraid of being the first. Aden was the first woman to wear a hijab in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant, where she was a semi-finalist, and soon after became the first hijab-wearing model to sign a contract with IMG. And on April 29, Aden became the first Muslim model to wear a hijab and burkini in the history of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit magazine in honor of the issue's theme of “shattering perceptions.”
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    Halima Aden's Newest Groundbreaking Photoshoot Is Here

    10:54, May 30 317 0

    By Christianna Silva Halima Aden has never been afraid of being the first. Aden was the first woman to wear a hijab in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant, where she was a semi-finalist, and soon after became the first hijab-wearing model to sign a contract with IMG. And on April 29, Aden became the first Muslim model to wear a hijab and burkini in the history of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit magazine in honor of the issue's theme of “shattering perceptions.”
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    Halima Aden's Newest Groundbreaking Photoshoot Is Here

    10:40, April 30 377 0

    By Christianna Silva Halima Aden has never been afraid of being the first. Aden was the first woman to wear a hijab in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant, where she was a semi-finalist, and soon after became the first hijab-wearing model to sign a contract with IMG. And on April 29, Aden became the first Muslim model to wear a hijab and burkini in the history of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit magazine in honor of the issue's theme of “shattering perceptions.”
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    Meet Diego Montoya, The Visionary Designer Behind Sasha Velour, Shangela, And Kameron Michaels

    16:18, April 11 407 0

    By Evan Ross Katz One hundred and forty queens have stormed the workroom of RuPaul’s Drag Race since the show first premiered in February 2009 and ushered in a new era of pop cultural dominance. But Drag Race’s impact goes far beyond queens and the legion of fans, memes, and looks they inspire, extending its tentacle-like reach to drag-adjacent industries including wigs, make-up, fashion, even padding. Among those whose professional lives have changed as a result is 36-year-old Peruvian-born designer Diego Montoya, a favorite collaborator for many Drag Race queens, who, in just two years, saw his own star rise enough to quit his restaurant job and open a Bushwick design studio, which he now manages with five employees on its payroll.
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    From Cardi B To Kim Petras, Christian Cowan Empowers Women Through Fashion

    10:12, March 18 420 0

    By Evan Ross Katz "Christian Cowan really brought Ms. Bellum to life… I’m screaming," one Twitter user remarked. Some also caught the references to HIM, the flamboyant demon that regularly wreaked havoc on the people of Townsville. And of course there was the opener, featuring fully realized, high-sparkle versions of Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup.
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    How Elsie Fisher, Zendaya, And Young Hollywood Are Reclaiming The Pantsuit

    12:08, March 11 505 0

    By Sara Radin Though in Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade her character was awarded the school superlative for “most quiet,” if Golden Globe-nominated teen actor Elsie Fisher were given an award in real life, she would be high on today’s list for Hollywood’s best dressed. Wearing a spectrum of suits throughout this past awards season, the teenager has donned everything from an all-pink suit by A.L.C. to the Gotham Awards — where she took home the honor for Breakthrough Actor — to a custom maroon velvet Kenzo suit to the Globes, and a black, three-piece set with piping by Thom Browne with a white button down shirt to the Academy Awards. Then there was the time that her and her IRL BFF Burnham both showed up to the Governor’s Awards wearing tailored black suits. She shared a picture of the occasion on her Instagram with the caption, "I’m still just so in love with these outfits…"