Gisele Bundchen strolls last runway

Gisele Bundchen strolls last runway
Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen (center front) is surrounded by other models as she walks her last runway, at the Colcci show. (Sebastiao Moreira / European Pressphoto Agency)

Gisele Bundchen walked what she says is her final runway on Wednesday. The supermodel showed off three looks on the Colcci catwalk in Sao Paolo. For the grand finale, she was joined onstage by all the models wearing T-shirts bearing her photo. She's retiring from the runway, but not from other aspects of the career that has made her the highest-earning model in the world. "I am grateful that at 14, I was given the opportunity to start this journey," she posted on Instagram Wednesday. "Today after 20 years in the industry, it is a privilege to be doing my last fashion show by choice and yet still be working in other facets of the business." [Los Angeles Times]

Around 600 people lined up in New York City on Thursday morning to swarm a Lilly Pulitzer for Target pop-up shop in Bryant Park that opened at 8 a.m. The collection goes on sale in Target stores and online Sunday. [WWD]

Kanye and Kim Kardashian West made Time magazine's 100 Most Influential of 2015 list. [Time]

Nicki Minaj  is wearing a huge heart-shaped ring and busily posting photos of it and heart and ring emojis all over social networks. Proof, some think, that she's engaged. [Yahoo! Style]

American Apparel factory employees filed four new grievances with the National Labor Relations Board on Wednsday, amid rumors that they are close to unionizing. [WWD]

Victoria Beckham hosted a trunk show at Barneys in Beverly Hills, followed by a dinner, on Tuesday. [Los Angeles Times]

She's among a number of British designers who've been making the rounds in L.A., showing their wares to celebrities and the stylists who dress them. [Los Angeles Times]

Beyonce and Naya Rivera were among the stars who toasted the expansion of Giuseppe Zanotti's Beverly Hills boutique. [Los Angeles Times]

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