Daily Links: April 11 2018

  1. Emily Ratajkowski’s Husband Sebastian Bear-McClard Proposed to Her With a Paper Clip: Six weeks ago, Emily Ratajkowski surprised the entire internet and revealed she got married to her boyfriend of a few weeks, actor/producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, at New York City’s City Hall. She gave little explanation beside the few Instagram stories she posted of the wedding until she went on Jimmy Fallon’s show last night and filled in some blanks. Read more on Elle
  2. Polyvore Is Not Coming Back: An online petition to “bring back Polyvore,” a collaging and style discovery website and app that was unceremoniously shut down last Thursday, quickly cleared its target of 5,000 signatures. The goal was extended: 15,000 signatures. As of this morning, more than 13,300 people had added their names to the appeal. Read more on Racked
  3. What Really Goes into “Made in Italy” Fashion?: Your $4,800 “Made in Italy” bag might not be exactly as it seems. This is one of points that has been raised with increasing frequency in recent years in connection with the pricey goods coming from the upper echelon of the fashion industry. Shadowy backstories of undocumented laborers, unseemly working conditions of labor, tax evasion, and deception in terms of the location of manufacturing have long been considered the ways of fast fashion giants. But, they are also swiftly becoming some of the big-ticket topics when discussing high fashion, a sphere where price has long been used as a barometer for quality. Read more on TFL
  4. Who Said Fashion People Don’t Like Food?: The idea of a restaurant collaborating with a fine jewelry brand sounds like a stretch, but for anyone familiar with the Lower East Side eatery Dimes, or its supercool founders, Sabrina de Sousa and Alissa Wagner, it seems natural. They have already won the hearts of many of the city’s fashionable denizens thanks to an inventive healthy-but-not-in-a-health-store-way menu and sunny décor. Read more on NY Times

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