Instagram Finally Adds Music to Soundtrack Your Stories

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Instagram continues to be subject to multiple updates. Following the launch of IGTV, as well as a new four-way video chat feature, the social media app is now introducing music to Stories.

For the first time, you’ll finally be able to further liven up your Stories by soundtracking uploads with your favorite tunes. You can search for a specific song or artist, or browse by genre, mood, and what’s popular. Once you choose a track, you can then fast-forward or rewind to find the exact part that you want in your Story.

To add music, simply tap the sticker icon and select the music option, once you’ve captured a photo or video. On iOS, you can even choose a song before shooting photo or video by scrolling to the music option on the Instagram camera. When followers watch your Story, they’ll hear the selected tune automatically, and then be able to tap the sticker to see the song title and artist.

Music in Instagram Stories is now available in select countries. Be on the lookout for new songs to be added daily.

In related news, Instagram just launched a new space-saving version of the app.


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The 25 Richest Families in the World Are Worth More Than $1 Trillion

Wealth is often times passed down from generation to generation, further proving that some people are simply blessed by being born into certain homes. This week Bloomberg has shared its latest breakdown of family fortunes, disclosing that the world’s 25 richest families are worth more than $1 trillion USD.

When it comes to individual family sums, Bloomberg points out, however, that some calculations are likely lowballed, seeing as a number of fortunes are too diffuse to value.

“The nature of many dynastic fortunes — backed by decades and sometimes centuries of assets and dividends — can obfuscate the true extent of their holdings,” says Bloomberg. “Clans whose source of wealth is currently unverifiable or derives primarily from the state, such as the sprawling House of Saud, are also absent.”

In addition, first-generation fortunes are excluded, as well as those with a lone heir. Nonetheless, below you can find the top 10 richest families in the world, then follow on over to Bloomberg for a more detailed look, including the remaining clans.

1. Walton of Walmart, $151.5 billion USD
2. Koch of Koch Industries, $98.7 billion USD
3. Mars of Mars, $89.7 billion USD
4. Van Damme, De Spoelberch, De Mevius of Anheuser-Busch InBev, $54.1 billion USD
5. Dumas of Hermes, $49.2 billion USD
6. Wertheimer of Chanel, $45.6 billion USD
7. Ambani of Reliance Industries, $43.4 billion USD
8. Quandt of BMW, $42.7 billion USD
9. Cargill, Macmillan of Cargill, $42.3 billion USD
10. Boehringer, Von Baumbach of Boehringer Ingelheim, $42.2 billion USD

In other global news, Canada has voted to legalize recreational marijuana use.


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Ed Sheeran Sued for $100 Million for Allegedly Copying Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On”

Ed Sheeran is facing a $100 million lawsuit alleging that the singer-songwriter plagiarized Marvin Gaye‘s 1973 bedroom classic, “Let’s Get It On,” with his 2014 hit song “Thinking Out Loud,” TMZ reports.

The suit was filed by Structured Asset Sales, a company that owns one-third of the copyright to “Let’s Get It On,” and according to the lawsuit, Sheeran’s song incorporates the same melody, rhythms, harmonies, drums, bassline, backing chorus, tempo, syncopation and looping as “Let’s Get it On.”

Marvin Gaye’s song was written by Edward Townsend and Gaye in 1973, and when Townsend passed away in 2003, Structured Asset Sales bought one third of the copyright. Sheeran’s song went on to become a huge hit in 2016 and nominated for a Grammy for Best Record, Best Performance and Song of the Year.

Additionally, Sheeran was also sued over “Thinking Out Loud” in 2016. The family of Ed Townsend argued that “Thinking Out Loud” lifted the melody and other rhythmic components from Gaye’s track. Sheeran responded and claimed that the chord progressions and drum patterns of both songs are “extremely commonplace,” and that elements in “Let’s Get It On” are in the public domain and unprotectable.

For the full story, head on over to TMZ. Also, you can listen to both tracks below and judge for yourself.

In other music news, Drake reveals his forthcoming ‘Scorpion’ double album tracklist.


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LEGO Debuts 2,321-Piece ‘Voltron: Legendary Defender’ Set

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With an IKEA LEGO collaboration already in the works, LEGO has officially confirmed that it will be adding Voltron to its range of fan-petitioned LEGO Ideas products.

Based on the design first seen in the classic 1984 animated series, rather than the modernized update with Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender, this truly collectible toy is composed of a whopping 2,321 pieces, and the kit is one of the biggest mech-based sets LEGO has ever produced, measuring in at 15 inches tall.

Featuring buildable and highly posable black, blue, yellow, red and green lions with specially designed, extra-strong joints to combine them all and create the Voltron super robot, Voltron’s huge sword and shield will also be included, and can attach firmly to the hands.

Priced at $179.99 USD, availability is scheduled for August 1, according to LEGO’s website.

In related news, you can now build a LEGO Bugatti Chiron that’s almost as awesome as the real deal.


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RISE NY x adidas Reveal “We Are One” World Cup Capsule

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Brand: Rise x adidas

Key Pieces: The collection features a black Samara long sleeve tee, a black and grey Moskva jersey, a black St. Petersburg coach’s jacket,  black Moskva shorts, and  black Sochi track pant.

Pricing: Long/short sleeve tops: $80, shorts: $55, jacket: $150, track pants: $75

Release Date: Friday, June 28

Buy: Rise’s website

Editor’s Note: Right in time for the Round of 16, New York brand Rise teams up with adidas to launch their new World Cup capsule collection, “We Are One.”

Inspired by The World Cup’s ability to unify the world every four years, bringing billions from around the world together in celebration of the beautiful game, “We Are One” highlights the culture impact and virtues the event delivers. The collection’s message is to prove that we are more alike than we are different.

The collection features a Samara long sleeve tee, for $80, a Moskva jersey for $80, a $150 St. Petersburg coach’s jacket, $55 Moskva shorts, and $75 Sochi track pant. The collection will be available Friday, June 28 on Rise’s website.

For more on adidas, here’s every piece from the adidas Tennis x Palace Wimbledon collab.


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11BYBBS Says “Don’t Believe the Hype” With SS19 Collection

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Brand: 11 By Boris Bidjan Saberi (11BYBBS)

Season: SS19

Key Pieces: The entire footwear collection taps heavily into the current trail running sneaker trend. A detailed look at one of the four silhouettes can be seen on slide 5. In addition, the white bib-style vest seen on slide 8 with two front pockets is a great layering piece with the added bonus of extra storage.

Release Date: tbc

Buy: 11 By Boris Bidjan Saberi

Editor’s Notes: Caught between workwear and sportswear, 11BYBBS has unveiled its SS19 collection, which features predominantly black pieces that are complemented by shades of grey and appropriately placed hits of white.

The collection comprises various shirts, summer jackets, pants, shorts, and an overall. Focussing on creating advanced garments, the label has turned each everything into a multifunctional, ready-to-wear piece.

In addition, a footwear collection developed in partnership with Salomon comprises four styles: Bamba4, a low and ultra-light silhouette; Bamba5, a tougher, lowtop silhouette with a trail running sole; an updated Bamba2, which has been turned into a lowtop sneaker; and finally an open heel clog that rounds up the footwear range for SS19.

Finally, a bag collection completes the entire SS19 offering, which you can flip through above.

What are your thoughts on the latest 11BYBBS collection? Let us know in the comments.

Next, read our Op-Ed here on what will happen to fashion week after Virgil Abloh.


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Loco Dice & Daily Paper Team up For Motocross-Inspired Collection

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Brand: Daily Paper

Season: Summer 2018

Key Pieces: Long-sleeve tee and matching trousers exude the traditional motocross steez, and the simple cap, and tee keeps it solid and low profile.

Editor’s Notes: Following Daily Paper’s colorful SS18 collection, the Amsterdam-based imprint has now tapped Tunisian DJ and electronic music producer Loco Dice on a standout capsule of apparel.

Encompassing long and short-sleeve tees, matching trousers, caps, tees, and keychains, the range flaunts a motocross-inspired aesthetic, as it’s fittingly captured in the deserts of Dubai.

The collection is detailed with athletic-inspired logo variations of Daily Paper and Loco Dice, in addition to Tunisian-red accents that pay tribute to Loco Dice’s heritage.

Availability for the collection will begin exclusively at the pop-up at One Block Down in Milan, starting June 18, while a global release will follow soon after.

Up next, here’s what’s dropping at Palace tomorrow.


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Goodhood Taps BEAMS T & Flagstuff for Manga-Inspired Capsule

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Goodhood has partnered with BEAMS T and Tokyo label Flagstuff for a new collaboration celebrating the brands’ inimitable graphic style.

Exclusive to Goodhood, the limited edition range consists of short-sleeve and long-sleeve T-shirts, pullover hoodies, and crewnecks, adorned with manga-inspired graphic motifs. You can shop the triple threat collaboration today via Goodhood.















For more style, you can now cop the Gosha Rubchinskiy x adidas World Cup 2018 drop.


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Listen to Gorillaz’s New Track “Fire Flies” From ‘The Now Now’

Gorillaz continue to build hype surrounding their upcoming album, The Now Now, this week dropping off another tune from the project.

“Fire Flies” serves as a followup to previous The Now Now releases, “Sorcererz,” “Humility” with George Benson, and “Lake Zurich” with Snoop Dogg and Jamie Principle. You can stream “Fire Flies” now above.

The Now Now, due out June 29, acts as Gorillaz’s Humanz successor, produced by Gorillaz alongside James Ford and Remi Kabaka. See below for the album’s prior drops, as well as the official tracklist.

The Now Now Tracklist:

1. Humility [ft. George Benson]
2. Tranz
3. Hollywood [ft. Snoop Dogg and Jamie Principle]
4. Kansas
5. Sorcererz
6. Idaho
7. Lake Zurich
8. Magic City
9. Fire Flies
10. One Percent
11. Souk Eye

In other music news, Die Antwoord reveals details on final album, ’27.’


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Nike’s Air Max 95 Gets a Cursive “NSW” Makeover

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Brand: Nike

Model: Air Max 95 “NSW”

Key Features: Mixed material upper composed of a textile fabric mixed with leather accents, red trimming along the upper side paneling, script “NSW” branding on the heels and insoles, visible Air Max cushioning in the midsole.

Release Date: TBA

Price: TBA

Buy: Nike

Editor’s Notes: The crowd-favorite Nike Air Max 95 is back this summer in a premium makeover. Draped in a clean and bold colorway dominated by white, and contrasted with navy and red accents, the silhouette is punctuated by “NSW” (Nike Sportswear) branding embroidered across the heels.

A release date for this runner has not been confirmed yet, but stay tuned for additional details.

Up next, a new report shows that women are choosing sneakers over high heels.

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