The world we currently live in loves the old world we used to live in. To a point. Everyone gets lovesick with nostalgia and pines for the good ol’ days but no one will ever really go back in time because it means our iPhones will be older and Facebook won’t load as fast. So in that yearning for yesterday, we decide…
If you live near a hospital, you’ve probably seen the sight: a young physician in loose blue scrubs, standing in line at the grocery store. You can’t help but wonder if the young physician is lost. After all, it appears that he or she belongs in an emergency room – not the dairy section.
With some directors, you can immediately tell you're watching a movie they directed just by looking at a still frame without any context. There's a visual style they stamp on their films, a certain special effect they like, a narrative preference they utilize, basically, a trademark they have. WatchMojo came up with a…
The share icon is broken. There are all manner of graphic elements designed to convey the action of sharing—but because we can't settle on a single design, most of us are left confused about what button to press in order to spread our love.
Mom, you look ridiculous. Son, what the hell are you wearing? These type of conversations go on in every household everywhere. In a generational tug of war between style and comfort it seems like parents and children are on opposite sides. But what if they changed places? What if parents wore the outfits of their…
Right now, 3D-printed fashion is mired in novelty—each piece seems to scream hey, look what's possible with this craaaazy technology. Someday, printed garments might be commonplace, but that day just isn't here yet. However, that doesn't mean savvy designers, like London-based Earl Stewart, shouldn't tinker with…
Anyone with legs and a butt knows finding a pair of pants that fits just right is challenging. No two bodies—or jeans for that matter—are alike. But Me-Ality is a magical machine that takes just 10 seconds to tell you exactly which brands, styles, and sizes are your perfect match.
You wear your rain boots to work, but when you get there, you want to stash them somewhere else. And you know what's good for that? These foldable Japanese wellies ($130).
You're looking at the first fully articulated 3D-printed dress. Printed off at Shapeways, the piece was designed by Michael Schmidt and Francis Bitoni specifically for burlesque star Dita Von Teese. In the future, this is the kind of clothing you might be able to get from a department store.
You know those money belts over-cautious dorky tourists wear when they go to Europe? The Smuggler's Belt is like that only much, much cooler.
We've evolved past the point of shouldering giant boomboxes for something a bit more portable. Now the party can follow you in a more stylish way—Rebecca Minkoff and Stellé Audio's fly new clutches aren't really clutches at all. Rather, they're Bluetooth speakers.
You've been thinking it for ages: What you really want your jeans to do is make your butt feel like it's just been lathered with lotion. Pine for these skin softening slacks no longer, because Wrangler has invented moisturizing jeans.
I really love to shop, but I always feel bad about pestering the salesperson for different sizes or colors of a pair of pants or something. But Facecake eliminates that issue—and makes it so you never have to ask another human being if a pair of jeans make you look fat.
You just ate an entire spiral ham and now you're so full you've got to pop those jeans off immediately and curl up by the fire and relax. Here are some really nice sweatpants from American Giant so you don't look like a total slob in the company of your distant relatives.
Just when you think the industrial designers of the world have lost their inspiration for true innovation, Thanko comes along and opens a new window to improving our lives through technology. This time around it's a USB-rechargeable hairbrush featuring a built-in water reservoir and misting pump, so the humidity's…
Chinese designer Vega Wang combined space-age styles with electroluminescent material to make Alpha Lyrae, an amazing line of gorgeous, glowing dresses. You can see them glow like nebula in the sky at a star-speckled site the Creators Project, Vice, and Intel just launched.
This Filson suitcase is so awesome and stylish it would work at a safari or just a weekend getaway. It's a wheeled bag that doesn't even look like a wheeled bag.
Sneakpeeq is a good place to turn if you don't want to just don the duds that everyone else is sporting. And now you can hit up the social shopping site on a new iPad app.