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If fashion and celebrity culture in the early aughts were seen through vaseline-covered lenses and heavily Photoshopped, painstakingly perfect pictures, now, amateur mirror selfies are more likely sources of influence and inspiration. An era of oversharing is in full-swing, and consumers are more accustomed to images shot on an iPhone than overly-glossy photography.
Four of the Kardashian-Jenner siblings have launched apps and websites that require paid membership. Will that mean we'll soon start seeing tumbleweed drifting across social media?
Prefer an evening at an indie cinema over binge-playing World Of Warcraft in a poorly ventilated basement? Now, thanks to a student project at NYU’s Gaming Center, even Wes Anderson fans have a reason to want to forego daylight and an eight-hour sleep cycle to play Maquisard, a video game inspired by The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Nervous System has been churning - er, printing - out incredibly complex, lightweight, and nature-inspired jewelry and accessories since 2007. Recently, however, the Somerville-based company has added clothing to the mix with their new line, Kinematics, which boasts a bodice and a dress, as well as accessories like the Tetra 175n necklace.