WHAT’S ON THE WEB THIS WEEK: IN THE LADYLOOP 13-07-16

If you’re looking for somewhere to begin your web wanderings, this is a good place to start each Wednesday…

Bella’s pretty embarrassed she’s only just discovered iconic Swedish storage system String, first created in 1949. Find your local stockist here.

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Emma loves this feature on Lucky Peach about the physical impossibility of those Instagram milkshakes you see everywhere. How do you construct one? How do you bloody eat the thing? Lucky Peach investigates…

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Margherita would love to wonder through Kyra Schmidt’s peacefully dreamy photographic landscapes one step at the time.

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Selina can’t stop watching Method Design’s dancing avatars

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Celia loves the poignant work of Jalal Sepehr. The title of his ‘Red Zone’ series refers to the unending state of alarm thrust upon the Middle East, with endless warning bells signalling war and political unrest we’ve all subconsciously almost gown to expect.

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