–Orly teamed up with online platform Muslim Girl for a line of halal-certified nail polish, for the “girls and young women who aren’t represented in mainstream beauty.” Via PopSugar.
–WeChat stores are the latest trend for China’s luxury brands, as “the smartphone is on the verge of replacing the wallet in Chinese society,” writes Business of Fashion.
–HomePod, Music, and fitness, oh my: Recode rounds up everything Apple unveiled at its annual keynote.
–Why are millennials obsessed with self-care? NPR unpacks the new buzzword.
–CNN explores how Wonder Woman will change the film industry, following an opening weekend that “delivered a knockout punch—a hit the studios can’t forget.”
–”The hotel industry in general is in denial about Airbnb,” says Ian Schrager, the designer behind New York’s new Public hotel. Via Dezeen.
–Is AI coming for design next? Nutella’s new limited-edition packaging was designed by an algorithm, which created 7 million unique color combinations. Via the Verge.
–Amazon’s push into fashion appears to be paying off, as Wells Fargo research finds that consumers are turning to the ecommerce giant for apparel purchases. Via WWD.
–Campaign rounds up how brands are showing their colors for Pride month.
–Tencent Holdings is on path to become China’s top investor in Silicon Valley. The Wall Street Journal examines the company’s broader intentions.
–The Atlantic tests the hypothesis that older Americans are more “millennial” than actual millennials.
–One in four women have stopped removing their underarm hair, according to research firm Mintel—a huge shift from just 5% in 2013. Via Bust.
–Little Activists is a new line of clothing that wants to help children take a stand from a young age. Via Mashable.