Must Read: Megan Thee Stallion Covers ‘Elle,’ David’s Bridal Files For Bankruptcy


Plus, Valentino Vintage returns with a second edition.


These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Megan Thee Stallion covers Elle May 2023
After coming forward about her shooting, facing a long legal battle and handling all this amidst endless gossip and gaslighting, Megan Thee Stallion is sharing her truth. In an “as told to” story for Elle, the rapper reflects on her experience as a survivor, the shock of people not believing her and how she wished she could have handled the situation privately. “I’ve accepted this chapter of my life as part of my journey, but I will not allow it to define my journey. I’ve been dragged through the mud, but I’m so happy that I’m able to finally come out of it with a new perspective,” she told the magazine. The musician was photographed by Adrienne Raquel and styled by Law Roach. {Elle}

David’s Bridal files for bankruptcy
For the second time, David’s Bridal has filed for bankruptcy with the threat of shutting down all locations by July if it can’t find financial backing. Though there has been an increase in weddings since the pandemic, the bridal company has still been unable to pay off its accumulated debt. Per Bloomberg, “David’s listed its assets and liabilities of $100 million to $500 million in its bankruptcy petition.” Still, the company has assured that all customer orders will continue to be fulfilled on time. {Business of Fashion}

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Valentino Vintage returns with a second edition
Valentino Vintage, which launched in 2021, invites customers to bring their Valentino apparel to select vintage stores in exchange for a new Valentino design. For its second edition, Valentino Vintage is expanding to seven vintage boutiques including New York Vintage in New York City and Recess in Los Angeles. The second phase also debuts a partnership with 1 Granary, where seven design schools across the globe will receive an exclusive donation of clothes for the next generation of young talent to study the Maison’s heritage and craftsmanship. You can find more info at {Fashionista inbox}

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Hill House Home launches bridal capsule
Hill House Home joins the list of contemporary brands launching bridal collections ahead of the wedding season. The capsule collection is inspired by romance, feminity and joy, highlighting Hill House Home’s signature ele

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