Dangerous design, nomadic furniture, x-ray music.

–Adidas has created the first ever fully recyclable shoe, “closing the loop on the production process,” announces Business Insider.

The Guardian explores the efficacy of buzzy wellness waters.

Fast Company unpacks new regulations proposed by the British government to safeguard kids’ data and “limit children’s ability to engage in addictive behavior on social media.”

–This new furniture line was designed specifically for global nomads, with pieces weighing less than 45 pounds that can be easily assembled and disassembled. Via Dezeen.

–A new project called The Library of Dangerous Thoughts uses x-ray technology to create vinyl records that can be played ten times before they degenerating “to raise awareness around censorship,” writes Wallpaper.

–New data from Quartz reveals that Americans are increasingly choosing CBD as a “cure-all for the modern condition.”

–Unilever is acquiring premium supplement brand Olly, taking a step towards inclusive wellness.

Wired explores what’s truly needed to achieve gender equality in the workplace, proclaiming that “it’s time to blow up toxic masculinity.”

The New York Times investigates the growing business of astrology.

–Clean beauty retailer Follain is launching a private-label skincare line, reveals Glossy.