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Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio May Retire Their Wings, How 'Lucky' Will Tackle E-Commerce

Also, Schiaparelli prepares for a future without Marco Zanini and Miley Cyrus upset a lot of animal-lovers.

Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio may be clipping their Victoria’s Secret Angel wings. Sources claim that the brand’s two most recognizable faces (and this year’s Fantasy Bra models) are wrapping up their tenure at the lingerie brand after this year’s big show in London. Considering that both Brazilian beauties have been with VS since the early 2000’s, it could be the right time to move on. {Page Six}

Three months after Lucky announced it was spinning off from Condé Nast and into a new e-commerce venture, Lucky Group president Gillian Gorman Round discusses how Lucky’s history of putting readers first will drive its e-commerce business in comparison to sites like Net-a-Porter or Shopbop that, even with a growing editorial presence, put the product first. {Adweek}

With Marco Zanini’s departure from Schiaparelli, the fashion world is wondering what's next for the Paris-based brand struggling to revive itself. Though Schiaparelli will probably be absent from the January couture shows, it will ready a spring collection, and plans to announce a new creative director "soon." WWD has some ideas as to who it could be. {WWD}

Miley Cyrus has the Internet in an uproar and this time it has nothing to do with her nipples. The new face of MAC Viva Glam upset several of her Instagram followers after posting pictures of her pet pig, Bubba Sue, getting a bright red manicure. Commenters expressed concern that the chemicals could be harmful to her pot-bellied pet, while others claimed it was blatant abuse of the animal. Hopefully Miley realizes that you can put nail polish on a pig, but it’s still a pig. {People}

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