VS loves Charlotte, Karlie Weds, Tommy x Zendaya and more of the news you missed

Charlotte Tilbury joins Victoria’s Secret
As the holidays begin, preparation for Victoria’s Secret annual lingerie extravaganza is underway with the news that makeup artist, Charlotte Tilbury, will be the official makeup sponsor. With Tilbury’s emphasis on glamour, it’s hard to imagine a more fitting pairing and the public will get a special treat as the makeup artist plans to bring back two previously sold out, limited-edition products. Make sure holiday wish list is updated!

Tommy Hilfiger x Zendaya collaboration
Tommy Hilfiger continues his quest of global domination of the Gen Z crowd with his newest capsule collection with actress, Zendaya. As the new global ambassador, the fashionista will co-design the Spring 2019 collection and star in that season’s campaign. In a press release, Tommy Hilfiger stated “Zendaya has become a global icon, using fashion to make bold statements while always staying true to herself. Our capsule collection will fuse her eclectic style with the Americana spirit of our brand.”

Karlie Kloss got married
Thursday, Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner were married in upstate New York. Karlie posted a photograph from the wedding on her Instagram, where she also announced the engagement in July. Kloss also recently announced that she would be replacing Heidi Klum as host of Project Runway, making it one big year for the supermodel. [People]

Vogue’s entertainment director is out
In the latest of Vogue exits, Jill Demling, who has been with the glossy for two decades, is leaving the Condé Nast publication, reported the Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday. It adds her to the list of top brass shake-ups that include Tonne Goodman, Phyllis Posnick, Selby Drummond, and Eve MacSweeney. Demling was the magazine’s Hollywood liaison, casting celebrities such as George Clooney, Adele, Angelina Jolie and more. In a statement, Anna Wintour said, “Jill has been an invaluable part of my Vogue team for the past twenty years, starting her career as my assistant and moving on to being a highly valued co-director of Conde Nast’s Talent Group. We will miss her enthusiasm, her extraordinary network of contacts and her amazing sixth sense of knowing exactly what makes a Vogue story.” [Hollywood Reporter]

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