Achieving new heights as a fashion icon, Deepika Padukone has become the first Indian actor to feature in luxury fashion giant Louis Vuitton’s global campaign. The 34-year old actor-producer joined a list of eminent celebrities from across the globe including Sophie Turner, Emma Roberts and Chloe Grace Moretz for the Pre-Fall 2020 campaign. … [Read more...] about Deepika Padukone becomes first Bollywood star to feature in global Louis Vuitton campaign
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The basic idea is still the same: It’s a small computer in front of the eyes that will give people instant references and tools to play around with. But most of the pictures show being matched with plastic protective eyewear (because that somehow makes the device look better). … [Read more...] about Google Glass is the comeback we didn’t expect in 2017
The lives of everyday people are not a joke, and digital health is a real concern of our era. So Google, please, let’s not turn phone addiction into a game that tests self-control. And don’t even float an idea as infeasibly idiotic and downright condescending as using a piece of paper that you have to print out and wrap around your phone to defeat the active efforts of countless companies with unlimited budgets to get us back onto it. It’s not helpful. And it’s not funny. … [Read more...] about Google’s new ‘Digital Wellbeing’ tools, ranked from ingenious to offensive
Apple has and will make trade-offs to protect consumer privacy. (Many of us, at the end of the day, get some value out of a Google knowing our history of things we’ve searched, even if it’s constantly creepy.) It might not work, but at least we’re getting a clear picture of Apple’s big gamble going into the next decade: that people will continue paying more than they should for hardware, with the hope that it’s not just nicely designed, but that it operates with discretion, too. … [Read more...] about Why Does Apple Think It Can Get Away With Selling Overpriced Stuff?
The benefits of this arrangement are clear for Benshetrit, whose typical projects–including housewares for Target, luggage for Tumi, an island off Abu Dhabi, and even his own geometry–span multiple disciplines. “We’re trying to revolutionize the cross-disciplinary office,” he says, by “bringing the people we’re already collaborating with closer, in the physical sense.” He compares it to being back in school at the Eindhoven Design Academy in Holland: “When you have a lot people nearby who can help you with lots of different things at once, that’s not exactly a disadvantage.” … [Read more...] about Dror Benshetrit Opens A Shared Office For Hand-Picked Creatives