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Lily Aldridge is Now a Model/Designer Thanks to a Velvet Capsule

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Lily Aldridge and Velvet by Graham & Spencer go way back, back to before she was even a Victoria's Secret Angel, back to 2004 when she first appeared as the face of the brand. And now she designed a capsule of tee-shirts for the brand.

Besides consisting of throw-it-on-and-go tees and dresses, the staples line isn't terribly cohesive. But that's kind of the point. Aldridge told Vogue that the varied looks reflect how "Sometimes I feel rock 'n' roll, sometimes I want to look very chic, sometimes I want to be Jackie O." The collection ranges in price from a $59 tee to a $198 sweater and is available for pre-order on the Velvet website.
· Model Tees: Lily Aldridge's Collaboration with Velvet [Vogue]
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