Coffee Talk for 14 April – Trending – Elsa Hosk, Victoria’s Secret, Café du Cycliste

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From perfume to one-of-a-kind designs to paddleboarding to work, this installment of Coffee Talk covers a range of topics.

Victoria’s Secret has unveiled their Bombshell Summer fragrance campaign, which features Elsa Hosk.

Bikinis, beaches and best babes. Following the sun to her next adventure. Catching every pink sunset. That’s a Bombshell Summer,” the lingerie brand shared. “The fragrance captures the insta-happy vibes and addicting energy of warm sunshine. Sexy, bold and bright. The ultimate summer statement. Summer like a Bombshell.”

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Read more at victoriassecret.com.

In celebration of Café du Cycliste‘s new London location, the South of France-based cycle apparel company is holding a ride. This ride is not a “simple” ride around one city, instead, it the route covers 1,400kms and covers seven days and includes one ferry.

The brand shared, “Since our London Store opened, it’s been on the ‘to do’ list. The task? Join the Café du Cycliste dots and ride from HQ in Nice to the big smoke. It’s a self-made Audax of sorts and a ride of contrasts. Traverse the mother land and soak in the wine and the paysage, hop the channel and ride the relatively short distance to the City and all it’s English-ness.”

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Read more at cafeducycliste.com.

Dolce & Gabbana overtook The Metropolitan Opera earlier this week for their Alta Moda show. The attendees ranged from Naomi Campbell to Jasmine Tookes to Sara Sampaio and more.

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Read more at dolcegabbana.com.

A Florida man traded in his car for a paddleboard? Yes, you read that right. Parker Lake left his desk job for two part-time jobs where he now takes his paddleboard to work.

Lake told the Miami Herald, “I thought to myself, ‘I’m spinning my wheels in more ways than one. I’m not happy with the commute, I’m not happy being a salesman. Now, I find myself fulfilled. The difference in pay is not insignificant, but I figure I’m paying to be happy.”

Read more at miamiherald.com.

Until next time…