–Uniqlo To Go, an automated vending machine concept, has just launched at select US airports. Via Fashion and Mash.

–The rise of meditative VR: A new experience takes viewers inside a class at California’s Spirit Rock Meditation Center. Via Fast Company.

Fast Company profiles Schmidt’s Naturals, the natural deodorant brand millennials are flocking to.

–The latest wedding craze? Open cannabis bars, writes Bloomberg.

–What are the world’s most valuable brands? Business Insider shows how Silicon Valley companies have come to dominate the chart.

–Microsoft’s Windows 10 could offer an eye-tracking feature called Eye Control, according to reports from beta testers. Via the Verge.

–Line, the Japanese messaging app, is hoping to crack the US market with a store in Times Square, writes Ad Age.

–Rosé sales are exploding this summer as beer sales stagnate, writes Bloomberg.

–”We see VR as a market that is going to take off over the next five years, and we also believe in the future of digital health”: Digiday goes inside the rebrand of cellphone maker Nokia.

–Ori Systems, the $10k robotic microapartment from MIT and Yves Behar, is now available for purchase. Via Crave.

–Who needs a band t-shirt? Bon Iver is now offering exclusive vacation packages, writes Fast Company.

–Customers in New York will be able to text a bike courier to order Alexander Wang’s new collaboration with Adidas. Via Dazed.

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