Diversifying wellness, biometric-based vacation planning, design-forward laundromats.
–SuperShe Island is the first all-women resort that aims to empower and recharge it’s female guests, writes Condé Nast Traveler.
–Facebook may soon be able to recommend a selfie filter based on your mood, announces Mashable.
–HealHaus aims to bring more people of color into the health and wellness scene with their studio and cafe in Brooklyn, shares The New York Times.
–AccorHotels is using biometric data to determine your ideal vacation destination, reports Fast Company.
–Celsius Laundromat in Brooklyn is taking the chore out of laundry, with a cafe space, an outdoor garden and bright and airy design, says Dezeen.
–Femcare brand THINX has launched a blanket designed to be used during sex. Via Bustle.
–Emirates has launched a 3D VR experience that allows users to explore the plane cabin before purchasing a ticket, describes CNET.
–A new Apple store in Macau has embraced natural design with glowing stone panels and a bamboo grove, explains Designboom
–Delta and Equinox have partnered on an out-of-home campaign, writes The Drum, encouraging passengers to get moving after their flight with a gym session at Equinox.
–Men in China are embracing makeup, blurring traditional gender norms and transforming the luxury cosmetics market. Jing Daily explores.
–Hotels are taking AirBnB head-on by entering the home-sharing market, announces Business Standard.