Compostable clothing, molecular coffee, climate grief.

–Otherworld by The Dream Corporation is reinventing the classic video arcade with VR immersion chambers where visitors can explore one of 16 different storyscapes, announces Dezeen.

–Virgin Galactic opened the world’s first commercial spaceport, which is “part first-class lounge, part office, and part red carpet,” writes Fast Company.

–Vollebak has designed a fully biodegradable t-shirt made from eucalyptus, beech wood and algae, writes Designboom.

–Atomo, a Seattle-based company developing lab-grown “molecular” coffee, just received over $2M in funding from Horizon Ventures, an early investor in Impossible Meats. Via Grub Street.

Bustle explains how events like glacier funerals are helping consumers work through their “climate grief.”

The New York Post explores how beliefs are replacing luxury labels as the modern status symbol for wealthy consumers.

–Nike has further amended its maternity policy for sponsored athletes after coming under fire for discrimination against pregnant athletes, reports CNN.

Business of Fashion investigates the growing trend of secondhand makeup among Japanese millennials.

Dazed launched Behind the Masc: Rethinking Masculinity, a new feature to “explore what ‘masculinity‘ means in 2019.”

–Target is expanding its food and drink portfolio with Good & Gather, a new in-house grocery label. Via Fortune.

Dezeen describes a new portable air quality monitor that measures pollutants like dust, pollen, mold, smoke and soot.

Dazed explores how the future of music festivals will be rooted in sustainability.

Main image courtesy of Mariell Lind Hansen.