How Influencers Are Giving Fashion Week A Whole New Look

Maddie Raedts is Founder & CCO at IMA || Global Head of Social for Fashion & Luxury at MediaMonks || Forbes 30 Under 30 

While every fashion season brings new looks and trends, one subject seems to never go out of style: the future of Fashion Week. How can the recurring parade of fashion shows from one week to the next drive innovation and differentiation rather than repetition, and what’s the role of digital in all of it as new behaviors and technologies emerge? The pandemic has brought these questions to new light as people rethink the accessibility and

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Groom complains that he can’t have Star Wars wedding, bride says it would be an embarrassment

Not everyone wants to get married in a galaxy far, far away.

A groom-to-be took to Reddit to complain that his fiancé doesn’t want him to have a “Star Wars” themed wedding in any way at all. According to him, she even refused after he suggested splitting the day 50/50 by having a traditional ceremony and then have the reception based around the popular film series.

The story was posted to Reddit’s forums by a user appropriately named Staarwars20, who explains that he’s loved the movies ever since he was a kid. He says they’re a huge part of his

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This Robot Could Help Fulfill Your Online Shopping Sprees

Imagine for a moment that you have suction cups for fingertips—unless you’re currently on hallucinogens, in which case you should not imagine that. Each sucker is a different size and flexibility, making one fingertip ideal for sticking onto a flat surface like cardboard, another more suited to a round thing like a ball, another better for something more irregular, like a flower pot. On its own, each digit may be limited in which things it can handle. But together, they can work as a team to manipulate a range of objects.

This is the idea behind Ambi Robotics, a lab-grown

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Style Up Your Sweats With These 7 Fun Zoom Accessories

I‘ve always been an outfit girl. I love getting dressed to go out, or for work, or even just for a quick trip to the grocery store. The act of getting out of bed to try on 15 different looks while sipping on my morning coffee (and then end up wearing the first option), is one that I treasured, even looked forward to, until recently. With no sidewalk to strut my perfected ensemble down or subway commute to ogle other passersby’s costumes for rainy day inspiration, the motivation to wear anything other than a (sometimes) fresh set of PJs
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Man convicted of ‘execution-style’ shooting of Stanislaus County deputy

David Machado is shown in an undated booking photo released Nov. 13, 2016, by the California Highway Patrol.

A Northern California man was convicted Monday of first-degree murder for shooting a Stanislaus County sheriff’s deputy in what investigators termed an execution-style shooting in 2016.

A jury deliberated for less than a day before convicting David Machado, 42, of Keyes. Prosecutors said Machado planned the shooting but his attorney argued it wasn’t premeditated and Machado should be found guilty of the lesser charge of second-degree murder, the Modesto Bee reported.

Deputy Dennis Wallace, 53, was killed on Nov. 13, 2016, in

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Fashion, decor and cooking companies are giving back during Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month and federal institutions such as the National Park Service and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum are banding together to offer online exhibits and suggest classroom discussions on the vital role of women in American history.

See pilot Amelia Earhart’s flight suit in 3D created by the Smithsonian and read civil rights activist Rosa Parks’ papers through the Library of Congress. Watch “‘Code Girls’ Reunion,” a video about the women code breakers of World War II.

A teacher’s guide has lesson plans and resources on sports and equality in the U.S. and a link to 26

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