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#Breadcrumbs: June 29th, 2018

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From dragons and exclusive street art to paddleboard transpo, we’ve got some great links in store for you this week.

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Image by The Charles
Image by The Charles
Image by The Charles

FASHION

  • Four words: Pitti Uomo street style. Where can we cop that head-to-toe purple?
  • Kick it with Paris Fashion Week’s sneaker game.
  • Did Dolce & Gabbana just rip off a shirt from Diet Prada? Oh, the irony.
  • Are influencers effecting designer beauty lines? Perhaps not.
  • Keep an eye out – these South Korean street style brands that are coming stateside soon.


ART & CULTURE

  • Art, satire, advertising? Take a look at the mural that only allowed influencers to take photos.
  • From Bella Hadid to Drake’s love child, keep up with everything revealed in Scorpion.
  • What do you think of Ye’s new studio?
  • People we consider to have #BDE: Rihanna, Cedric Diggory, and Capricorn signs everywhere.
  • Speaking of RiRi, Fenty x Savage launches its Xcessories line and Fenty Beauty announces pop-up shop locations all around NYC. #werk
  • Skyrocketing NYC rent has mom & pop stores disappearing left and right.
  • Who needs the L train or the Staten Island Ferry when you can paddleboard to work?


TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE

  • Amazon has entered the pharmacy marketand Rite Aid, Walgreens, and CVS Pharmacy stocks have fallen dramatically.
  • Who knew dragons could be drones? Check out the shape-adapting flying robot here.
  • Like bees to honey, Instagram’s newest story soundtrack feature will keep the millenials flocking.
  • Read a law professor’s explanation of how the ‘conscience clause’ and Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling could affect birth control prescriptions and emergency contraceptives.


NEWS & BUSINESS

  • Read about Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s departure from the Supreme Court.
  • In the wake of another mass shooting, the Capital Gazette proves that the pen will always remain mightier than the sword.
  • A river in Amsterdam, the Amstel, was drained—here are the artifacts they found.
  • The state of California has granted consumers greater control over their privacy, and big tech is worried.