–Tilt Five is bringing augmented reality to tabletop gaming with holographic glasses, reports Endgadget.

–A model staged an unplanned mental health protest on the Gucci catwalk during Milan Fashion Week as a statement on its stigma in the fashion industry, writes The Guardian.

–This new line of non-toxic furniture is the latest example of how designers are working to make indoor spaces healthier. Via Fast Company.

–Miami’s new smart park points to “the digital future of public space,” writes Curbed.

–Mattel, the maker of Barbie, is helping to redefine gender norms with a new gender-neutral doll, announces Time.

–Louis Vuitton is partnering with Riot Games to design outfits for avatars and gamers alike, writes The Verge.

–AARP and Getty Images are working together to “disrupt aging” by offering media imagery that doesn’t play into aging stereotypes, announces Fast Company.

–The latest extreme luxury vacation lets you sleep in portable glass igloos at the North Pole, reveals Dezeen.

–Facebook released a new AI-powered fashion feature that helps users find stylish outfits, says i-D.

–The Kering Group, whose brands include Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent, has pledged to go carbon neutral across its entire supply chain, WWD announces.

–Amazon has unveiled a new cross-brand initiative to improve voice assistant integration, writes The Verge.

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