Regenerative packaging, the Museum of Weed, passenger drones

Fast Company introduces Showfields, a new retail concept merging art, play and theatre.

BBC unpacks how music festivals are evolving as consumers increasingly prioritize health and wellness.

–Beauty brand Haeckels is going beyond zero-waste with new packaging that contributes back to the environment, announces Wallpaper.

–A Museum of Weed opened last week in Los Angeles, diving into the history and culture of cannabis, “in hopes to drive advocacy and reform efforts,” writes Fast Company.

–The first flying car successfully completed a short test flight in Japan, reports Bloomberg.

The New York Times explores how cultural norms are shifting as growing ranks of Japanese women are opting out of marriage.

–Miniwiz has opened a pop-up where shoppers can exchange trash for recycled products, writes Dezeen.

Bloomberg describes how the popular subscription model is changing luxury travel.

–Are millennials the loneliest generation? Dazed investigates.

–Natuzzi has unveiled a new virtual reality shopping experience in New York City, ushering in “a new era of advanced, white-glove customer service.” Via Dezeen.

–Pinterest has launched a suite of wellness activities on its app, created in partnership with Brainstorm, the Stanford Lab for Mental Health Innovation, Vibrant Emotional Health and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, announces Tech Crunch.