In this week's headlines:
- Menoculture and inclusive period care are hitting beauty shelves: Naomi Watts’ menopause brand, Stripes, is now available online at Sephora according to WWD.
- Single-mother households are co-habitating to make ends meet and raise children together, per The New York Times, the latest iteration of the single age.
- AI creatives are making waves in the entertainment industry. Creators could start their own Disney animation studio, per Fast Company, or co-design with Studio Snoop’s AI designer revealed at Milan design week, per Dezeen. Or, consumers could just ask AI to read their minds instead according to The Guardian.
- “May I take your order?” – the AI bot monitoring your local Wendy’s drive-thru, per The Wall Street Journal.
- Super apps are on the rise: Uber is launching flight bookings in a new push, per the Financial Times, and Disney+ and Hulu will combine to one single app via BBC News.
- Situationships and micro-dating aside, some single women are taking the summer off before swiping right again, per The New York Times.
- Tarte’s CEO pledged to make the cosmetic brand’s creative program more inclusive and equitable, per NBC News.
- America’s first legal shroom therapy will charge $3,500 for a psychedelic health trip, according to Vice.