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It’s Britney B*tch! The self proclaimed ‘quintessential queen’ of denim is coming out with a fashion and lifestyle line next spring.
Rising from the ashes…American Apparel is making a comeback with its new “Back to Basics” campaign.
We want to redecorate our entire home in this streetwear inspired Ikea x Chris Stamp collection.
The streetwear/fashuuun bandwagon is alive and well…Up next? Victoria Beckham X Reebok X Shaquille O’Neal.
Fashion musical chairs continues as Julien Cahn leaves Converse for Supreme.
Is your personal brand your biggest asset? Micromerch proves that no following is too small to monetize.
ART & CULTURE
Hey London! Can’t trust the weatherman this spring? McDonald’s has got you covered with their real-time weather billboards.
REJOICE! We’ve found all your missing socks here.
Docuseries ‘My House’ is giving us liiiiiiife by showing another side of vogue culture.
Some of our favorite rom-coms rank low on the Rotten Tomato-Meter and we are demanding a recount!
A new movie featuring an all-Asian cast minus the Asian stereotypes? Here for it.
A documentary about Allison Mack’s alleged sex cult is already in the works.
Janelle Monáe has chosen to liberate herself from societal pressures and reveal her pansexuality. #gogirl
TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE
Sweden is raising the sustainability bar by creating the world’s first road that charges electric vehicles as they drive on it. #powertrip
Will Snapchat’s introduction of AR games be enough to raise its stocks back up?
Hungry, but don’t want to deal with a human? These delivery robots are programmed to be the next best, or most awkward, thing.
Pirate Bay founder declares the internet broken (and wishes more people cared).
NEWS & BUSINESS
A 6-acre memorial dedicated to victims of white supremacy opened this Thursday in Alabama.
The #MeToo movement has caused Chinese men and women to have mixed feelings about the ever increasing demand for hiring attractive women as “programming motivators.”
Loyalty points just aren’t going to cut it after seeing the tactics these brands use to retain customers.