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Retailers need to ace their back-to-school season; the SNL sketch trio Please Don't Destroy are making a movie with Judd Apatow; Yeezy Gap launched its first physical retail in Times Square; and the evolving cool of Dimes Square.
FOR CREATORS, COMMUNITY IS THE NEW FOLLOWER COUNT, wapo
Geneva has become popular particularly among Gen Z women and TikTok stars: Lifestyle creator Chrissy Rutherford recently launched a Geneva home for women to chat about dating, astrology, and careers, while TikToker Belle Perez started London Town Girlies, a community of over 7,000 young women living in or moving to London.
HOW DID A $6 BASS PRO SHOPS HAT BECOME THE HOT NEW MENSWEAR ACCESSORY AMONG GEN Z?, spy
Yesterday, I went to a Walmart in Missouri and saw a group of Midwest-cool teen boys (and by cool, I mean 5-inch inseam shorts, expensive Nikes, lifeguard tans) all wearing Bass Pro Hats, and lo and behold: it’s a thing!
THE HYBRID WARDROBE HAS REPLACED BUSINESS CASUAL, AS WORKERS BRING RESORTWEAR AND SNEAKERS TO THE OFFICE, fortune
“For millennials and Gen Z who may have multiple jobs or rely on freelance gigs, work versus play feels fungible, so it makes sense that work clothes and play clothes would merge, too,” explains Véronique Hyland, fashion features director at Elle.
META TWEAKS FACEBOOK APP TO ACT MORE LIKE TIKTOK, nyt
Meta announced major changes Thursday to the Facebook app that will transform its experience into a more TikTok-like selection of algorithmically chosen videos — and shunt off content posted by family, friends and groups into a separate side feed. Wait, you’re telling me Facebook is pivoting further towards TikTok? I’m sure none of us saw this coming.
HOW DOORDASH DELIVERY DRIVERS BECAME THE NEW YOUTUBE STARS, intputmag
Milo Sterlini, a 28-year-old Uber Eats driver, has 50,000 subscribers who watch videos of him tearing through London streets to deliver orders on time, all soundtracked by lo-fi beats.
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