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Taylor Swift’s ‘Delicate’ Video Gets Dubbed A ‘Poor Man’s’ Replica Of KENZO Ad

[Click here to view the video in this article] Composite image by DesignTAXI. Left video screenshot via TaylorSwiftVEVO, right video screenshot via KENZO Taylor Swift should have known there was trouble when she walked into the set of her latest Delicate music video, which social media users claim bears striking similarities with a popular perfume commercial directed by Spike Jonze.

Watch: How To Shoot Surreal Night Portraits In Your Room Using Household Items

[Click here to view the video in this article] Video screenshot via gabpolitely Ask any homebody and they are likely to tell you that they would rather hide under the covers than be out partying—but that doesn’t mean they can’t appreciate a good night portrait.

Kanye West’s YEEZY ‘Powerphase Core Black’ Confirmed To Drop This Week

Image via  DKSStyle / adidas has confirmed that Kanye West’s YEEZY ‘Powerphase Core Black’ will arrive later this week.

KFC UK Returns To Previous Distributor Following Massive Chicken Shortage Fiasco

Image via  Michael715 / KFC UK has decided to return to its previous chicken distributor Bidvest after its switch to DHL resulted in a massive chicken shortage at its fast food outlets across the UK.

The best weapon for digital warfare!

Aptly named for the kind of activity it’s made for, the Hunter 1.0 is a keypad designed explicitly for FPS (first person shooter) games.

Artist Nacho Carbonell's Cocoon-Like Lamps at The Armory Show: An imaginative solo presentation at the NYC art fair from Carpenters Workshop Gallery

When meandering through The Armory Show—one of NYC's strongest annual art events—visitors' eyes fall upon works both new and old, worn and wondrous.

Patricia Urquiola's colour-blocked rugs create optical illusions

The block colours and black outlines of these rugs by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola create a false sense of depth by tricking the eye.

An unmanned rover for Earth!

The Bend Unmanned Cross-country vehicle looks remarkable for quite a few reasons. Its tires, for starters, are made from scrap metal and are modeled in a manner that feels almost like a combination of Michelin’s 3D printed tires and NASA’s chainlink tires.

Pharmacy waiting room in Brooklyn features calming turquoise tones

Graphic floor tiles, a pigmented cement desk and curved leather chairs feature in this New York pharmacy, which local firm Sergio Mannino Studio has designed to accompany an online prescription service.

Link About It: Living Moss in Goodyear's Sustainable Tire Concept

A tire concept unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, Oxygene from Goodyear, proposes a ring of moss growing inside its sidewalls.

Norman Foster collaborates with Rapha to create cross-country ski wear

Architect Norman Foster has revealed that he is working with cycling brand Rapha to create a range of cross-country ski gear.

"These are not the moves of a city that is proud of its architecture"

With Coventry set to be UK City of Culture in 2021, the destruction of the city's post-war architecture needs to stop, says Owen Hatherley.

Herzog & de Meuron completes Jade Signature skyscraper in Miami

Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron has completed a residential tower north of Miami Beach, featuring terraces formed by extended concrete floor slabs.

A different kind of bike donut

Add the Orbike to Musk’s Boring Company program and you’ve literally got a city that’s perfect for any commuter.

Construction of world's tallest tower moves forward after delays

Construction of Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture's Jeddah Tower in Saudi Arabia, which is expected to become the world's tallest building, is back on track after delays.

Time’s Up takes on sexual harassment in ad land with Time’s Up, Advertising

A campaign group of 180 women in senior leadership positions in advertising have joined with the Time’s Up movement to launch Time’s Up, Advertising.

"I sometimes get a bit dizzy": welcome to the giddy illustrative world of Nolan Pelletier

The work of illustrator Nolan Pelletier is so busy it makes you a bit giddy. His work is enriched in detail, so much so you can almost imagine him nose to paper, drawing lines, characters and architecture until the page is totally full.

Link About It: Farewell to Legendary Fashion Designer Hubert de Givenchy

Founder and designer of the French luxury fashion and perfume house, Givenchy, Hubert de Givenchy has passed away at 91 years old.

Lucy Alex Mac’s bizarre, comedic portrait photography avoids “pretty for pretty’s sake”

The work of Teeside-born, London-based photographer Lucy Alex Mac has a uniquely raw, comedic edge. “I’m quite obsessed by people,” she explains, “so they’re always at the forefront of my photography.

Hayward Gallery announces new show by Korean artist Lee Bul

Southbank Centre’s Hayward Gallery is to become the home of a new solo exhibition by South Korean artist Lee Bul.