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Sumzine Slow Fashion Magazine: This alternative publication is sparking a much-needed dialogue about the fashion industry

No one knows more about the ins and outs of the fashion industry than a stylist who truly has a finger on the pulse of everything industry-related—from designers to buyers, manufacturers, retailers and publications.

Link About It: Pocket Points Rewards Phone-Stashing Students

A new app called Pocket Points is encouraging students to shelve their smartphones while in class by offering up rewards.

Link About It: Help Update Wikipedia with Art+Feminism

With less than 13% of its contributors identifying as female, Wikipedia has had difficulty keeping its content equal between the genders and has been known to be missing articles on many notable women.

Photographer Jessica Yatrofsky's "I Heart Girl": A book exploring the dynamic concept of feminine beauty via intimate portraits

For a portrait photographer, mastering the finer points of three-point lighting is as important as bringing out the best in your subjects.

ListenUp: Kelela: A Message

Back in 2013, DC-born and LA-based singer/songwriter Kelela thrilled us with her mixtape Cut 4 Me. Now she's announced her upcoming EP Hallucinogen—set to drop in early May—and released a slow-burning but spectacular track from it, called "A Message......

New Museum's 2015 Triennial: Surround Audience: Our highlights in the evocative young designer's showcase across all artistic mediums

They say that three is a magic number, and wandering through the New Museum of Contemporary Art for its third triennial, "Surround Audience," visitors feel the indescribable energy of sparks in the air—discussions (or heated debates) to be had, comfort......

LEON + LACTIC Thank You: A Brooklyn artist collaborates with his friends to fund a gender-affirming surgery that his medical insurance refused to cover

"There once was a little boy who was born like a girl. When he was little, he never thought about his gender; he was just a person," says a narrator over a video scrolling through photos of a child amid the sometimes turbulent transitions of growing......

Link About It: The Future Googleplex Unveiled

Google’s most innovative product yet just might be their own headquarters. They’ve called upon architecture aces Bjarke Ingels of BIG and Thomas Heatherwick of Heatherwick Studios to design the next generation of their Googelplex in Mountain View......

Fiercely Curious + Made Popup Show: The Brooklyn-based artist and designer collective celebrates its one year anniversary by blurring the lines between physical and digital gallery space

When Erin Przekop and Tom Critchlow were first conceiving the idea that would become their online art boutique Fiercely Curious, they didn't realize they were going to be starting a creative family.

Link About It: Ikea Invests in Wireless Charging

With so many of our devices requiring daily charging, open outlets are becoming as rare as Polaroid film.

Buy: Rocking Chair #1

Maker of boats, kitchens, lighting and more, woodworker Reed Hansuld creates sculptural furniture pieces with a monk-like reverence for their functionality and longevity.

Link About It: Lunatik's Waterproof Apple Watch Case

Tech accessory-maker Lunatik is hinting at an upcoming case that could completely waterproof the Apple Watch.

SOL Republic's New Shadow Wireless Earphones: Biomorphic design coupled with crisp, clear sound for every day music listeners

The fact of the matter is, in-ear wireless headphones aren't the most aesthetically inclined electronics.

Dixie Elixirs' Cannabis Edibles: We peek into one of the preeminent labs creating delicious legal marijuana treats

For a long time, ingesting cannabis usually meant indulging in a pot brownie. But the realm of edibles has gone chic and quasi-mainstream thanks to brands like Dixie Elixirs.

Casey Neistat at Design Indaba: We interview the self-taught filmmaker, who sees YouTube and Snapchat as ideal forms of distribution

At Design Indaba, an event filled with creatives and media innovators, Casey Neistat is a bit of a rock star.

Nordic Skiing: The Basics: Where to go and what you need to get started with this low-impact, healthy activity

As the Nordic World Championship draws to a close in Falun, Sweden, you don't have to have a designated Nordic center in your backyard to strap on your skis.

ListenUp: Fashion Week cameos galore in A$AP Ferg's video to outer-space songs in memory of Leonard Nimoy in this week's look at music

The Tallest Man on Earth: Sagres Reminiscent of the early American folk of Bob Dylan and Woodie Guthrie, The Tallest Man on Earth's previous albums featured analog recordings of his voice, a guitar or banjo and little else.

Link About It: This Week's Picks: Kenny and Warren G take to the stage, robots begin their takeover in Japan and more in this week's look at the web

1. A Bionic Eye Restores a Man's Vision Minnesota native Allen Zderad has regained his vision almost 20 years—after he was diagnosed with an untreatable degenerative eye disease—10 years of which he spent nearly blind.

Six Cocktails for Great Whiskey: Masterful mixed drinks worthy of the finest brown liquors from around the globe

The extensive, alluring worlds of whiskey, Scotch and bourbon can feel daunting to novice drinkers—especially when there's an expectation to drink it neat or with a bit of water.

Link About It: NYC's Massive Hidden Pot Farm

Hidden below a thriving maraschino cherry business in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Arthur Mondella was secretly running the largest pot operation in New York City history.