New York Fashion Week: Men’s has got off to a bit of a shaky start. While the menswear weeks in London, Paris and Milan are thriving thanks to high-profile names and exciting young talent, the New York scene is relatively commercial, safe and, to many people, uninspiring.
Before she became the UK’s prime minister a few months ago, Theresa May was described as “straightforward, shrewd, and reassuringly staid,” but also “inscrutable.” Nobody knew her stances on some of the most pressing issues facing the country and, ironically, that helped her win the leadership of her party, and thus the country’s top job, against more opinionated rivals in the post-Brexit scramble.
Logitech is the latest tech company to embrace Amazon’s Alexa’s voice-controlled smarts, with the news that it is now allowing its customers to control their home entertainment through the Amazon Echo or Echo Dot.
Editorial in Nature: In March 2011, this publication suggested that the US Congress seemed lost in the “intellectual wilderness”.
When founders are asked what it takes to succeed at a startup, many provide this well-worn answer: “learn to be comfortable with ambiguity”—an equally frustrating and ambiguous response.
The Norway Radiation Protection Authority has said that one of the country’s research reactors suffered a leak of radioactive iodine on Monday.
Starting a new business can be full of challenges. You’ve got to get customers and clients. You’ve got to have product or service.
Caos from Alessandro Criscito on Vimeo. This artistic twist on the credenza ditches the doors for an entirely new way of storing and securing your stuff!
In the early morning hours of October 20th, an 18-wheeler tractor trailer pulled into Colorado Springs, Colorado, bearing 50,000 frosty cans of Budweiser beer.
Melinda Wedding Carson Wedding, a 13-year-old Type 1 diabetic, wears her insulin pump on her leg during a dance recital.
Based in Moscow, Russia, freelance designer and digital artist Sahua D creates colorful and charming illustrations of people, objects and foods, including Chinese dumplings, pizzas and zodiac signs.
Two weeks before Republican Donald Trump goes down to defeat on Nov. 8, conservatives are lining up to declare preemptively that the Democratic standard-bearer will not under any circumstances emerge from the election with a mandate to govern or enact an agenda.
It's official: AT&T wants to buy Time Warner for a whopping $85 billion. For anyone who doesn't know, AT&T mostly sells telecommunications services: phone, cable, and internet subscriptions.
T.S. Elliott famously said April is the cruelest month. For me, it's August — at least this year. It's hard to say what, exactly, put me over the edge this August.
Visit the original post to see all 15 images from this gallery. Crepe City’s Fall 2016 weekend just wrapped up, and Highsnobiety was in attendance to recap the best sneakers on the ground.
Visit the original post to see all 17 images from this gallery. The folks at Slam Jam Socialism could never be accused of neglecting the youth.
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With her pen and paper in hand, illustrator Charlotte Trounce has journeyed to numerous galleries and museums across the UK to capture the iconic structures and large-scale spaces that house the works of art that the nation has come to treasure.
Despite the many virtues of Barack Obama's presidency, the masses have not shared equally in economic growth during it.
German police forces are conducting several raids across five federal states in response to an “imminent terror threat,” local media reported citing sources in security services.