Daily Links: April 2 2018

  1. Naomi Campbell Urges Condé Nast to Adopt Vogue Africa Title: In February, Condé Nast unveiled its 23rd global edition: Vogue Poland. The product of a licence agreement with Polish media venture Visteria, the new title – which boasted a debut cover starring Polish supermodels Anja Rubik and Malgosia Bela – marked the latest addition to the New York-based publishing giant’s long list of country-specific Vogue publications. That same month, Condé Nast, which also owns W, Glamour, Vanity Fair, and GQ, among other titles, revealed that is has a Czech Republic and Slovakia edition in the works, as well. Read more on TFL
  2. Here’s Everything You Need to Know About the Supreme Box Logo: Today, it’s impossible to deny how influential Supreme has become. From its knockout collaborations to record-breaking sell-out times, the brand continues to be one of the most sought streetwear brands around. Read more on Highsnobiety
  3. Glitter Birkenstocks Exist Thanks to Opening Ceremony: Fresh off staging a fashion show at the happiest place on Earth, Opening Ceremony is back with more news to tug at your heartstrings: They’ve teamed up with Birkenstock—the beloved normcore brand loved for its simplicity, functionality, and comfort—to give the brand’s classic sandals a glittery facelift. Read more on Elle
  4. Emma Roberts Just Dyed Her Hair Millennial Pink: April showers bring…a ridiculous number of new haircuts and colors. It seems like every day, another Hollywood celeb dramatically switches up their hairstyle, like that time Kim Kardashian dyed her hair pink for exactly one week (before immediately going back to brunette), or the time—i.e. last week—when Demi Lovato chopped her long waves into a layered bob. Read more on Marie Claire

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