–BIG Architects have designed a floating city concept for the future of sustainable living, describes Curbed.
–Caffe Populaire is an “anti-digital” pop-up bistro that hopes to bring diners together by encouraging them to put away their phones, explains Dezeen.
–Amazon recently introduced monthly shopping horoscopes, recommending products based on astrological signs, says Fast Company.
–Female-focused publisher The Stylist is merging content and fitness with their new branded gym in London, reveals Digiday.
–A new immersive theatre project is drawing the attention of psychologists for the profound emotional impact it has on audience members, including “engineered empathy,” writes Wired.
–Lush UK has announced that it’s “breaking up with social media,” reports The Cut.
–Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s clothing line Elizabeth and James, which was previously available at upscale retailers like Bloomingdales and Net-a-porter, will now be sold exclusively at Kohl’s, reveals WWD.
–Business Insider explores how millennials’ homeownership habits are wiping out the starter home industry.
–Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey are teaming up to create a mental health documentary series for Apple’s new streaming service, Apple TV+, announces Tech Crunch.
–Luxury clothing rental company Rent The Runway has unveiled a new kids’ service launching next week. Via Fast Company.
–More is more at Brooklyn restaurant Xixa, where the cocktail menu features a 23-ingredient ice cube, reveals Men’s Journal.