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Barrettes Are Really Happening
They’re all over street style at New York Fashion Week.
Whoa! Fanny Packs Accounted for 25 Percent of Accessories Economy Growth
Good job, everyone.
Have You Seen the New Dancing Girls of Instagram?
These freewheeling, unchoreographed performances sure are something.
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Is Having a Fashion Moment
Sorting hats are going to be huge this spring.
Has Become the Instagram of Video Games
Since last September, the last-man-standing battle royale has been played by more than 125 million people.
Facebook Will Remove Its Trending Section
The feature was a big headache for Facebook.
It’s Time to End ‘Trending’
It’s a worthless metric that online platforms use as a crutch.
Just a Viral Video of a Snake Puking Up a Second Snake
Nature is beautiful.
Editors Will No Longer Write Facebook’s Trending Topics
But they’re still involved in curating stories.
7 Left Legs Make Their Cannes Debut
Bella Hadid’s left leg, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s left leg …
4 Takeaways From Facebook’s Trending-Topics Controversy
Nothing is free of bias.
Leaked Documents Show Facebook’s Procedures for Trending Topics
Also published: a list of 1,000 “trusted” news organizations.
Why Facebook Got a Letter From the Senate
The Commerce Committee is very interested in trending topics.
What It Really Means That Facebook ‘Suppressed’ Conservative News
How you feel about Facebook’s curation depends a lot on what you think Facebook is.
Google Says Jogger Pants Are In for Spring
“Normcore? So last year. String bikinis? Most definitely over.”
Google’s Top Searches of 2014 Are a Great Reminder of How Terrible This Year Was
Worst year yet!
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Things Are Looking Curvy on the Runway
Scrolls and S-curves are winding their way around the collections.
Trend Forecast: Light-Colored Lime With a Chance of Leather
Professional trend forecaster Nina Stotler weighs in on the trends at spring 2011.