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Scouring the web for unique content, noteworthy stories and well-written articles beyond the scope of lifestyle subjects is part of our daily routine – so we thought it’s only fair to share our finds with you.

We’re now introducing a new weekly column presenting you our curation of the most worthwhile links we come across online and bookmark for later.

  • Fashion brand Très Bien is expanding and Business of Fashion .
  • We are big fans of William Klein’s timeless photography; in a with The Guardian’s Sarah Moroz he talks about his first time using a digital camera, his return to Brooklyn after having lived in Paris for 60 years and meeting Picasso.
  • the NY Times Magazine Blog, social media has become a useful tool for artists to help fresh talent be heard.
  • Australian artist Nick Murphy aka Chet Faker has made for Fader which we’ve been listening to in the office this week.
  • You might have already heard, but Girls is back for season 4 and has got the girls in the office excited.
  • The New York Times just published on Reese Witherspoon.
  • TOMS Asia-Pacific and China Sales and Marketing Director Hajime Birnbaum about the TOMS brand and we like what he had to say.
  • What future does Airbnb have in cities? McKinsey and Company an interesting interview with Airbnb’s Cofounder and CEO Brian Chesky.
  • One of our go-to blogs, , has successfully gone from Tumblr to real blog and we’re big fans of their beautiful content.
  • ‘‘, a documentary on photographer Saul Leiter, looks like a great film.
  • We’re not the only ones redesigning our website, The Guardian has also tweaked their look and taken input from thousands of readers; Fast Company has .
  • Last but not least, we’re all very fond of Gia Coppola’s that are for sale via the art collective Tappan Collective – and you can even take  into her home!

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