–Lilium unveiled an all-electric air taxi that it plans to have up and running in five cities by 2025, announces Dezeen.

–Edie Parker launched a new accessories collection for storing and displaying cannabis – along with her own proprietary strains of flower – becoming the first high-end fashion brand to enter the cannabis market, says Fast Company.

WWD explores China’s rising class of “skintellectuals” who are turning to science to guide their skincare purchases and raising the bar for beauty brands.

–Taco Bell is taking the Instagram experience to a new level with plans to open a branded pop-up hotel and resort this summer, reveals Loudwire.

–Bella Hadid kissed virtual influencer Lil Miquela in a Calvin Klein ad and BBC explores the marketing implications and cultural ramifications.

–Fitness brand Life Time is inviting fitness enthusiasts to live at the gym with their new high-end apartment concept. Via Fast Company.

–Female-founded companies took out a full-page ad in The New York Times to “call on brands to take action on abortion rights,” writes Adweek.

–Amazon is attempting to gamify work by turning warehouse tasks into video games, reveals The Verge.

–New research reveals sexual orientation is fluid through your 20s, reports Dazed.

–TikTok parent company is entering the music streaming market, challenging Spotify and Apple. Via Bloomberg.

–Nike has released a free manual for eco-friendly design in an effort “to make sustainable design a mainstay of the [fashion] industry,” writes I-D.

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