After a 16-year hiatus, Heidi Klum is resuming her role as a model for Macy's private label INC International Concepts. The brand, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, named Klum as the face and ambassador to appear alongside Gabriel Aubry, who will represent the label's menswear. Be on the lookout for the campaign (sneak peek above), which is set to debut next month.
Celine, on the other hand, has tapped a more surprising model to front its latest campaign. Trading Daria Werbowy, the fashion house has named 80-year-old author Joan Didion as the new face of the brand. [New York Times]
Both Ellen DeGeneres and Melissa McCarthy are set to debut their own clothing lines, and they both utilized the People's Choice Awards to offer us a glimpse at what's to come by wearing their own designs. While McCarthy's plus-size line will be available this fall, DeGeneres' ED collection, which includes the suit she paired with a YSL button-down and her signature white kicks, will launch in May.
Target has finally announced its next designer collab for spring: Lilly Pulitzer will be coming to a store near you come April 19th.
If your New Year's resolution was to up your tech game, mark your calendars for March, when Apple is set to unveil its highly-anticipated smartwatch. [SHEfinds]
Lucky magazine, which recently made history by opting to put bloggers on the cover of its February issue, will become shoppable next month. Last year, we learned the publication would be transitioning into an e-commerce platform, and it's set to take effect February 10th.