Laura Palmer's fictional house is for sale; on the market at the princely sum of $549,950. The Washington dwelling comes complete with the iconic homecoming queen's rocking chair.
Last week it was revealed that in 2012 Facebook manipulated the news feeds of users in a bid to control their emotional states. Natch. One of the authors of the study has spoken out to say "my co-authors and I are very sorry." Now you can play Facebook at their own game and control the emotional content of your news feed yourself.
When Northern Irish police cancelled a rave on their FB page, ravers accused them of ruining summer. Their response? "Perhaps your summer would be better if we let this go ahead and you go so off your face on drink and drugs that somehow you thought it was a good idea to try and fly off the cliff edge into the quarry." Beautifully done, although stop cancelling raves please.
Calvin Klein released a Mario Sorrenti directed ad for the fragrance CK One, featuring Dev Hynes, Evian Christ and Kelela. There's a lot of rolling around in bed and not much else besides a stellar array of musical talent.
Back in April, Marc Jacobs launched the Twitter and Instagram-based initiative to hunt down new faces for Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley's first autumn/winter campaign. Now, the first images have been released and according to Jacobs it's a "cast of colourful and dynamic characters". The rest of the cast will be revealed in the August issue of Teen Vogue.