Caitlyn Jenner Just Landed A Major Fashion Campaign

Plus, Lanvin finally names a new artistic director and more of today’s news.

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Caitlyn's Campaign

She's landed the cover of Vanity Fair and starred in a beauty campaign for MAC, and now Caitlyn Jenner is the face of H&M Sport. We think the former Olympian and current spokesperson for the transgender community couldn't be a better fit for the Swedish retailer, as the brand continues to celebrate diversity through different body shapes, sizes and cultures. [ Elle UK ]



Our society has seen a series of body shapes deemed as the ideal for women, from busty and bodacious to super slim, but over the past decade it seems that the ultimate shape has become less than natural looking for the majority of women. With Instagram as a culprit (simply search #BodyGoals), an increasing number of body sculpting, liposuction and fat transfer procedures are being requested by women striving to meet this nearly impossible standard. Inspired by brands and celebrities who've taken a body-positive stance, we remain hopeful that 2016 continues to shed light on diversity and celebrate every shape and size for women in the truest form. [ Harper's Bazaa r]


Lanvin's New Artistic Director

It's been several months since Alber Elbaz's shocking departure from Lanvin, and now the French house has named Bouchra Jarrar as the label's new artistic director of women’s collections. With Spring 2017 set to be Jarrar's debut collection for the iconic brand, we're excited to see how the accomplished designer makes her mark with an impressive resume that includes posts at Balenciaga, Christian Lacroix and her own namesake label. [WWD]


Age-Appropriate Exercise

Let's face it, anytime you make it to the gym or that spin class, you've already done a great job. But more important than simply burning calories is capitalizing on the best workouts for your age to get the most effective result. From running on the treadmill to strength training with weights, find out here the most effective forms of exercise for those in their 20s, 30s, 40s and beyond. [ Huffington Post ]