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Watch Prada bring comic books to life in Part 2 of their 365 SS18 campaign featuring three strong, fearless women. #girlpower
Virgil Abloh’s move to Louis Vuitton menswear was this week’s #fashunnews, and critics have mixed feelings. Virg FTW or nah?
Cellulite-smoothing shoes and affordable high-quality makeup? Entrepreneur Marcia Kilgore is the real MVP.
Add this alternative beauty Instagram to your list of people to follow.
Help Chloë Sevigny with her #springcleaning and update your wardrobe by buying what’s left of her closet.
Fashion experiences #fakenews too: Vetements isn’t selling? Or it is? Or it isn’t?
ART & CULTURE
From the innovative set design to the adorable FKA Twigs’ magic tricks, thisApple ad by Spike Jonze definitely sold us on the HomePod.
Mark Jenkins and Sandra Fernandez’s art installation made a powerful statement about male suicide prevention in the UK this past Monday.
If you haven’t already heard, the ‘90s are over and we can no longer relate.
Read this compelling critique of Wes Anderson’s new movie, Isle of Dogs.
We can all learn something about camaraderie and community from the skaters of La Paz.
Do yourself a favor and check out the photos that mattered this March.
We couldn’t be more ready for a trip back to the Jersey Shore with Snooki, JWoww, and the rest of the crew. #keepitclassy
TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE
The greatest thing since sliced bread – sliced ketchup.
These groundbreaking 3D graphics will keep you guessing on who and what is real.
Is artificial intelligence for us or against us? AI consultants warn that the technology used to spot fake news can also be used to generate it.
Wondering why you can’t remember that trip you took to Disneyland when you were three? Find out here why our childhood memories don’t stick.
Facebook has decided to give us (some of) our privacy back by shutting down a source of third party data providers that flow to advertisers.
After this week’s Cambridge Analytica leak, it seems like all social media could use some rescuing. Can these tactics recapture the magic of the original social networks?
NEWS & BUSINESS
You won’t believe what high-end product The Standard is adding to their minibars.
Change your diet, change your life. Studies show that healthy eating and mental health are more connected than you think. #YouAreWhatYouEat
We’re hopeful that The Wing’s positive mission will stand for itself during their investigation by the New York Human Rights Commission.
Yet another tweet that causes a $53 billion stock plummet in one day. #TrumpTweets #AnotherOneBitesTheDust
Thought DJ’s only spun in the club? Think again and check out this video of the world’s first turntable orchestra.
New York Times has opened up the conversation about their coverage of the Austin bombings by inviting all readers to share their questions and comments.