Daily Links: March 28 2018

    1. Louis Vuitton Factory Expansion Will Enable it to Make New Bags in Just One Week: Is Louis Vuitton anticipating major demand thanks to its buzzy new menswear artistic director Virgil Abloh? On the heels of the Off-White director’s appointment to the top men’s spot at world’s most valuable luxury brand, Louis Vuitton has announced that it is set to open two new factories in France in the near future “in order to meet the growing demand for its leather goods,” per British Vogue. The new additions to its manufacturing infrastructure are expected to cut production time down on internal orders to just one week. Read more on TFL
    2. Selena Gomez’s Breakup Look Is One Big Statement to Justin Bieber: Selena Gomez went rollerskating with friends last night and dressed ready for the paparazzi to capture her first big Jelena breakup statement look. Gomez wore itty Daisy Dukes and a yellow statement t-shirt that read, “Never underestimate the power of a woman.” It’s her second statement tee in the past couple days. Her last one said “choose empathy,” presumably a memo to all humanity in the wake of the March for Our Lives event Gomez attended and was moved by. Read more on Elle
    3. Why We Keep Buying Trendy Clothes We Hate: Recently, I found myself browsing the new arrivals section of J.Crew’s website. Honestly, I do that a lot, but this time I found myself eyeing a tiered, bell-sleeved top in green, black, or red. I narrowed it down to my favorite color — black, obviously — entered my 30 percent off coupon code, and hovered my mouse over the “complete purchase” button. Until I remembered something: I hate these shirts. Read more on Racked
    4. Here’s How Much Kanye West & Virgil Abloh Earned While Interning at Fendi: Although Virgil Abloh just landed arguably the biggest job in fashion after being appointed the new menswear designer for Louis Vuitton and Kanye West is already on season seven of his own brand, there was a time when the two friends were still on the outside looking in. Read more on Highsnobiety

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