eSport on school curriculum, luxury spending in China slowing down, and Burberry launches app on Apple TV

– Designer Yohji Yamamoto of Y-3 collaborates with Virgin Galactic to produce a complete range of space garments for commercial spaceflight operations. Via Virgin Galactic.

– eSport is part of the new school curriculum at Garnes Vidaregåande Skole, a Norwegian public school in Bergen, reports Vice.

The Financial Times investigates why luxury spending in China is slowing down.

– “Millennials don’t view longevity as a career booster, unless they’re running the company.” writes Bloomberg.

– Former concentration camp island fortress near Montenegro received permission to become a luxury resort, writes Forbes.

Grubstreet reveals “food waste accounts for a fifth of the trash in U.S. landfills”, which is why start-up Hungry Harvest is receiving significant backing for its food delivery service that distributes edible but deformed produce.

– French perfumer, Barnabe Fillion, applies the perfume process to blending whisky for the Royal Salute, writes Amuse.

– Samsung plans to invest $7.47 billion to manufacture more flexible displays for mobile devices, writes the Fast Company.

– 30% of retailers are using facial recognition to track shoppers, but some stores are attempting to be less invasive by profiling consumer’s feet, writes The Guardian.

– Popular YouTube influencer, PewDiePie is to launch his own content network with the help of Walk Disney Co.’s Maker Studios. Via The Wall Street Journal.

– Starbucks plans to spend millions to subsidize housing for its employees in China, writes the Seattle Times.

The New Yorker explores the retail scene in Cuba and find “the more mundane the object of desire, the more exasperating it can be to find.”

– Burberry launches an application on Apple TV and live-streams its menswear show, writes Luxury Daily.

– Californian skincare range, Drunk Elephant, turns to ancient ingredients for its two new products due to launch in April, writes Wallpaper.

– China’s Dalian Wanda Group is set to buy a stake in Hollywood movie studio, Legendary Entertainment, which will make Wanda one of the biggest players in movie production, writes the BBC.