Gender-blurring fashion campaigns, Oculus Rift's price tag, 36-hour tour of Havana.

–Dolce & Gabbana “celebrates the allure of the Middle East” with their debut hijab and abaya collection, writes The Independent.

–Oculus Rift VR headsets finally go on sale for a price tag which has been “critized on social media,” says the BBC.

–Gay dating app Grindr will live-stream J. W. Anderson’s fall 2016 menswear show, writes The New York Times.

–Mushrooms are the latest ingredient used to make durable, 100% compostable, and pollution free furniture. Via the Inhabitat.

–Dish Network Corp., is set to compete with Netflix and Hulu by making over its Sling TV application, says Bloomberg.

–“Jaden Smith laughs in the face of gender stereotypes” as he stars in Louis Vuitton’s SS16 womenswear campaign, writes The Guardian.

–Staten Island trash is recycled to make New York City’s pizzeria delivery boxes as a way to promote environmental issues. Via Grub Street.

The New York Times gives a 36-hour tour of Havana, as Cuba becomes the hot new destination for US travelers since the country opened it’s doors last year to the US.

–The Saatchi Gallery addresses gender inequality in contemporary art by showcasing its first all-female art exhibition called “Champagne Life,” writes Dazed Digital.

Wallpaper has a roundup of the best new design school graduates to look out for, from photographers to vehicle designers.