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Lessons From The Most Valuable Luxury Brands In 2021 | Jing Daily

BrandZ/Kantar just published a list of this year’s most valuable luxury brands, and the leaders share many secrets to selling luxury today.

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’21 Summer Drop Reesh Beach Towel

70% Linen 30% Cotton, Hand-Made in Turkey – Palestinian Hand Embroidered Detailing, Made by Nada’s team from Dheisheh Refugee Camp in Occupied Palestine – Printed Graphic on both sides, Made in Israel – Size: 200 cm Length, 100 cm Width…

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The Rise of Heavy Metal In Electronic Music

An Irrational Element – Assorted Apparel

An Irrational Element offers assorted apparel and goods to grow and be adopted into one’s life. Its name derives from the philosopher Karl Popper who noted that every new discovery contains an irrational element.

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The Simple Life of Humans | Hacker Noon

The Pursuit of Simplicity Only Serves to Manufacture Our Consent, Not Our Understanding.

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For the Love of Well-Worn, Lived-In and Stitched-Up Tailoring

Well-dressed men on the tailoring they’ve put through the ringer, and why they still wear it.

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The insides of pro bowling balls will make your head spin

No matter how hard you try to spin the house balls at your local bowling joint, they rarely curve. That’s because they are simple spheres built for durability, not fancy moves. But a small handful of companies-among them Storm Bowling -create gear that is surprisingly complex inside.

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TTA19 – SUMMER 2021

Cover 1: LAURIE ANDERSON by Inez & Vinoodh Cover 2: RIANNE VAN ROMPAEY by Craig McDeanCover 3: WALTER HOOD by Mark Mahaney Cover 4: EARTHEATER by Ned Rogers FEAT. CONTRIBUTIONS BY: Inez&Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Harley Weir, Ben Gorham, Ottolinger, Wilson Oryema and many others… + Special on ……

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Inside the Jawn-Obsessed Newsletter Nailing Down Exclusives With Jerry Seinfeld and André 3000

How “Blackbird Spyplane,” the pandemic project of veteran culture observers Jonah Weiner and Erin Wylie, became an internet hookup for trendspotting, vintage finds, and some surprising celebrity interviews.

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“The Branding of Bodies” by Ruben Pater

In his new book CAPS LOCK: How Capitalism Took Hold of Graphic Design, and How to Escape From It (available at Valiz Publishers, Dutch designer and writer……

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Untangling MF DOOM’s Lifelong Struggle With the U.S. Immigration System

“Villain got banished/Refused out the U.S., he ain’t even Spanish.” These are the opening lyrics to DOOM’s 2012 collaborative track ” Banished” with Jneiro Jarel, released months before what would apparently be the masked rapper’s final attempt to enter the United States.

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What the “Creator Economy” Promises—and What It Actually Does

A lattice of new platforms and tools purports to empower online creators. In reality, it’s turning digital content into gig work.

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Life in the Stacks: A Love Letter to Browsing | The Walrus

Algorithms are integral to how we find and consume art. But old-fashioned browsing still has its benefits…

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Into the Zone: 4 days inside Chernobyl’s secretive ‘stalker’ subculture

The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone has long been a tourist hotspot. Now, in the face of this commodification, young Ukrainian men are breaking into the……

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History of GPS

Hundreds of thousands of years ago, the earliest humans began looking to the position of the sun to help guide them home from their daily hunting ……

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Inside the New Acne Paper Book With Its Makers Johnny Johansson and Thomas Persson

The Acne Paper Book draws attention to the caliber of the magazine’s contributors (Irving Penn, Bill Cunningham, Sarah Moon, David Bailey), and the vastness of its subject matter.

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Rewoven #003 by New Standard Institute

It’s time to start some uncomfortable conversations. You know full well things are not just going to be bad for the next generation, the crisis is beginning to unfold right now.

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Echobox Radio – Independent, online radio station maintaining DIY enthusiasm with the quality of FM.

The Day the Good Internet Died

For a small slice of time, being online was a thrilling mix of discovery, collaboration, creativity, and chaotic potential. Then Google Reader disappeared.

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Small watches are sexier

In a world where we’re sold on being macho, being delicate is classier.

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Against Performative Positivity

Designer, researcher and educator Danah Abdulla on consumer capitalism, complacent convenience, political ‘wokeness’, and why we should all become design dissenters.

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Junya Racer, D+ Health In Mind

Made in Japan. Our performance eyewear system was developed over a two year technical testing period, involving NYC athletes and Japanese engineering. The frame features D+ lens technology, an adjustable hypoallergenic rubber nose pad and temple tips with a titanium core. The Health In Mind edit……

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Floating Points & Four Tet 050721 by NTS Monday

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’21 Summer Drop Reesh Beach Towel

70% Linen 30% Cotton, Hand-Made in Turkey – Palestinian Hand Embroidered Detailing, Made by Nada’s team from Dheisheh Refugee Camp in Occupied Palestine – Printed Graphic on both sides, Made in Israel – Size: 200 cm Length, 100 cm Width… [ Continue reading ]

TTA19 – SUMMER 2021

Cover 1: LAURIE ANDERSON by Inez & Vinoodh Cover 2: RIANNE VAN ROMPAEY by Craig McDeanCover 3: WALTER HOOD by Mark Mahaney Cover 4: EARTHEATER by Ned Rogers FEAT. CONTRIBUTIONS BY: Inez&Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Harley Weir, Ben Gorham, Ottolinger, Wilson Oryema and many others… + Special on …… [ Continue reading ]

History of GPS

Hundreds of thousands of years ago, the earliest humans began looking to the position of the sun to help guide them home from their daily hunting …… [ Continue reading ]

Junya Racer, D+ Health In Mind

Made in Japan. Our performance eyewear system was developed over a two year technical testing period, involving NYC athletes and Japanese engineering. The frame features D+ lens technology, an adjustable hypoallergenic rubber nose pad and temple tips with a titanium core. The Health In Mind edit…… [ Continue reading ]