Airbnb TV, G-beauty, zodiac fashion.

–As part of its plan to become an entirely circular brand by 2025, Evian has released a collapsable water dispenser in collaboration with Virgil Abloh, the brand’s newly appointed Creative Advisor for Sustainable Design. Via Designboom.

Wired unpacks extended intelligence, arguing that “instead of thinking about machine intelligence in terms of humans vs machines, we should consider the system that integrates humans and machines – not artificial intelligence but extended intelligence.”

–Airbnb is branching into TV with plans to create an in-house video studio to produce short films, shows and documentaries that promote travel, reveals The Verge.

Glamour explores the rise of G-beauty, a wave of German skincare products “marrying wellness with German engineering.”

–Luxury fashion label Ganni has released an Astrology collection with Matchesfashion.com, announces Marie Claire.

–Four Seasons is launching a new luxury private jet that will have staff wellness experts and a doctor on board. Via Observer.

–Instagram is experimenting with a new feature that would hide likes and followers as a way of addressing the validation culture plaguing social media, reports Endgadget.

–Do kids need a lesson in social media wellbeing? Sesame Street thinks so, “joining the ranks of scientists and wellbeing experts asking you to put down your phone,” writes Quartz.

The New York Times describes the rise of live-streamer style, as athletic apparel brands are taking note of and designing for professional gamers.

–New research shows that Americans are some of the most stressed people in the world, reports Time.

–McDonald’s is teaming up with AARP to fill 250,000 jobs with older workers, says Fast Company.