Daily Links: February 22, 2019

  1. Resale Searches, Demand for Chanel Products is Up on the Heels of Lagerfeld’s Death – Die-hard Chanel fans are not wasting time getting their hands on Karl Lagerfeld era Chanel products. The market’s luxury resale sites are seeing a spike in searches and demand for Chanel products in the immediate wake of the news that Lagerfeld, the longtime Chanel creative director and Fendi womenswear head, died at age 85 on Tuesday. WWD has revealed that the death of the German fashion industry legend and pop culture icon has “resulted in an influx of interest in Chanel.” Read more on TFL
  2. I navigated London Fashion Week in a wheelchair – and it didn’t always go smoothly – The industry is becoming more inclusive of disabled models and adaptive clothing, but attending shows can still be a challenge, as Niamh Ní Hoireabhaird discovered. Read more on The Guardian
  3. This clothing brand proudly uses prison labor. Critics say it’s exploiting workers. – Carcel, a trendy Danish clothing brand, has an unusual marketing strategy: It doesn’t shy away from discussing its use of overseas prison labor. Read more on Vox
  4. North West, 5, Just Landed Her First Solo Magazine Cover – North West, Kim Kardashian’s 5-year-old daughter, just hit a milestone not even all celebrities do: She is on her first solo magazine cover. No Kim Kardashian with her, like she was on Interview’s cover in 2017. No dad Kanye West or little brother Saint West there to steal her thunder, like they did on their joint Harper’s Bazaar September cover. It’s purely North on the cover of Beauty Inc. acting as the ambassador of her entire generation, named Alpha. Read more on Elle

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