Curator Newsfeed: May 20, 2016

Friday has officially arrived, which means we're wrapping up another busy week here at Curator. While some of our clients are gaining coverage for their innovative retail designs and big license deals, others are sparking conversation about travel and fashion.

As far as industry news is concerned, Twitter's recent announcement about excluding links and photos from its 140-character limit has generated quite a bit of buzz. What are your thoughts on the change? Check out more below!

Industry News:

Twitter to Exclude Links and Photos From 140-Character Limit, Variety

Client Coverage:

Bay Area shopping malls enjoy low vacancy rates, San Jose Mercury News

Safariland Expands Protech Tactical Line With New X-CAL USHard Armor Plates, Officer

Sock Brand Strideline Gets Its First Pro Sports License With MLS, Sports Business Daily 

Introducing ‘whateverproof’ clothes: High–tech clothing line launches in Seattle, Puget Sound Business Journal

The FashioNisha X Stanford Shopping Center, The FashioNisha

NYX Professional Makeup opening at Stoneridge Mall tomorrow, Pleasanton Weekly

Business Q&A: Racca's Pizzeria Napoletana, Lakewood, The Denver Post

Travel Fashion Guide: Clothing/Accessories for Every Travel Style, Green Global Travel

Seattle high-tech clothing line Ably promises to stand up to stink and stains, triples Kickstarter goal, GeekWire