Shops you need to visit [on Instagram]



If you like online shopping, you might probably visit our favorite profiles.

We all love shopping. And we all know how much we can spend in one click. We are very sorry, but after this post you might spend even more. Sharing with you our five absolute favourites on Instagram.
To begin with – Underground London. A unique style shows all dreams of subcultures at once. The first brand which created the real creepers in 80’s. If you are a true fashionista, you have to own at least one pair of real punk creepers.

Another bomb we love – dollskill. Dollskill is a huge online store for girls with all tastes of fashion. Dollskill cooperates with hundreds of brands all over the world. By 2018 they became huge and hit almost 2M on Instagram. One of the best sources to find any clothes you need – cheap or expensive, black or colourful. Any of your dreams will come true with dollskill!

Another Instagram which deserves your attention is tsuwoop_ ! Famous for dope customised logos of famous brands, which is a little bit illegal. We still love the ideas (and sometimes the prints are better than the actual brands have!). So here we go – if you want a logo mania look, just buy something cheaper than a real Louis Vuitton.

The hottest and the best of all time – WIA COLLECTIONS. The brand creates unique designs. If you love their clothes, you better save your money, because the price is pretty high!

The last but not the least – vandythepink 💗 Customization goes on the highest level with this brand. All kinds of looks are very cozy and cute. They always have limited edition collections, so it’s very hard to get. But you can try!

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Travis Scott – “Astroworld”



Travis Scott's newest album Astroworld was just released, and it presents the performances from Drake, 21 Savage, The Weeknd and Frank Ocean.

Travis Scott has shared his highly anticipated third album ASTROWORLD, and fans seem convinced that it was worth the wait.

The rapper’s new project has 17 tracks, including the previously released “Butterfly Effect”. It boasts guest appearances and contributions from the likes of The Weeknd, Frank Ocean, Thundercat, Drake, Swae Lee, James Blake, Pharrell and Tame Imapala.


Astroworld Tracklist:

  4. R.I.P. SCREW (Ft. Swae Lee)
  5. STOP TRYING TO BE GOOD (Ft. James Blake, Kid Cudu & Stevie Wonder)
  6. NO BYSTANDERS (Feat. Juice WRLD & Sheck Wes)
  7. SKELETONS (Feat. The Weeknd, Pharrell Williams & Tame Impala)
  8. WAKE UP (Feat. The Weeknd)
  9. 5% TINT
  10. NC-17 (Feat. 21 Savage)
  12. YOSEMITE (Feat. Gunna & NAV)
  13. CAN’T SAY (Feat. Don Toliver)
  14. WHO? WHAT! (Feat. Quavo & Takeoff)

During special .wav Radio episode Travis Scott shared previously unreleased “Zoom” featuring Gunna. Then, early into the second hour, Scott gifted us with “Houdini” featuring Playboi Carti and “Part Time”.

@radio.wav we back me an @ogchaseb

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ASTROWORLD is Travis Scott’s third studio album, following his 2016 release Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight. The album is titled after Six Flags Astroworld, a popular Houston amusement park. The park was demolished in 2005. Despite several developers staking claims to develop the large vacant lot into use, nothing has been done with the space since. In a 2017 interview with GQ, Travis lamented on the park’s prominence in Houston and its impact on the album:

That’s what it’s going to sound like, like taking an amusement park away from kids. We want it back. We want the building back. That’s why I’m doing it. It took the fun out of the city.

Travis initially confirmed the title in a May 2016 show, stating that it would follow BITTSM. Almost two years later, he released a promotional single for the album – “Watch,” – which features guest vocals from Lil Uzi Vert and Kanye West. However, the song did not make the album, with his platinum single “Butterfly Effect” appearing instead.


NASA reveals winners of 3D-printed Mars habitat competition



NASA and partner Bradley University of Peoria, Illinois, have selected the top five teams to share a $100,000 prize in the latest stage of the agency’s 3D-Printed Habitat Centennial Challenge competition. Winning teams successfully created digital representations of the physical and functional characteristics of a house on Mars using specialized software tools. The teams earned prize money based on scores assigned by a panel of subject matter experts from NASA, academia and industry. The judges interviewed and evaluated submissions from 18 teams from all over the world and selected these teams:

  1. Team Zopherus of Rogers, Arkansas – $20,957.95
  2. AI. SpaceFactory of New York – $20,957.24
  3. Kahn-Yates of Jackson, Mississippi – $20,622.74
  4. SEArch+/Apis Cor of New York – $19,580.97
  5. Northwestern University of Evanston, Illinois – $17,881.10

Team Zopherus of Rogers, Arkansas, is the first-place winner in NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, Phase 3: Level 1 competition.


Team AI. SpaceFactory of New York is the second-place winner in NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, Phase 3: Level 1 competition.


Team Kahn-Yates of Jackson, Mississippi, is the third-place winner in NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, Phase 3: Level 1 competition.


Team SEArch+/Apis Cor of New York is the fourth-place winner in NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, Phase 3: Level 1 competition.


Team Northwestern University of Evanston, Illinois, is the fifth-place winner in NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, Phase 3: Level 1 competition.



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