Hi I'm Kyle. I'm a trends consultant thinking about digital innovation and cultural change, and this is really just a repository of things I set aside and sort through later. I'm much more conversational at @kylecameron.
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June 19 2012
[aesthetic decay -K] As arbiters of beauty, Americans have grown more accepting of the single flaw—a gap tooth, a mole, or thick eyebrows—on a pretty face. But wrinkles are still something that should be erased, filled, or otherwise concealed. The FDA reports that the cosmetics market reaps $60 billion each year. Noa Zilberman takes an artistic stand against our preoccupation with aging skin, with jewelry pieces that emphasize, beautify, and celebrate her wrinkles. (via 4 | Anti-Fashion Fashion: Jewelry That Celebrates Wrinkles Instead Of Hiding Them | Co.Design: business innovation design)