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#Breadcrumbs: Some nice distraction from the madness 3.20.20

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It’s been a crazy week, so here is some news that might not be at the top of your radar but you should check out anyway. From Octavia E. Butler’s psychic abilities to the crooning of Harry Styles, big cat people, and the future of floating farms, our weekly link roundup is here! #breadcrumbs





  • Whether it’s behind a tiny desk or in fishnets, we’re here for the Harry Styles content
  • What we want on our walls: Medieval-inspired tapestries for modern times with cats 🐈🐈
  • Badass fashion designer and Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Lister, Bianca Saunders is someone you should know
  • Repping female empowerment through unorthodox (and stunningly beautiful) portraiture
  • The World Photography Organization’s student competition shortlist has us reflecting on “Invisible Lines”





  • TikTok’s reprehensible censorship policy has us groaninggg
  • France’s newest defense against germs is, unsurprisingly, ultra-chic
  • If you’re abroad, come home, or risk getting stuck there indefinitely. (Unless that’s the excuse you were looking for)
  • How should the federal government help Americans get through these uncertain times? Hi, cash money, pls 💵💵
  • To stay relevant with Gen Z, brands will need to get emo 💙



  • For those of you needing some socially responsible community time – PARTY FROM HOME offers details of live workouts, debates, music, etc. all from the comfort of your quarantine
  • 🤸🏼‍♂️ We’re attending this dance party with a thousand friends on Sunday. HBU?
  • There are 2,500 virtual museums you could be exploring right now. Here’s a shortlist to get started
  • Avoid video-streaming choice paralysis with these tips (and a few suggested flicks)
  • 🎄Because we need a little Christmas. Right. This. Very. Minute.