Curator Newsfeed: April 29, 2016

Happy Friday! It’s been an action-packed week for the Curator team. Between Beyonce’s new album dropping and upcoming Mother’s Day initiatives, the office has been filled with non-stop chatter. Check out the latest buzz below including Mother’s Day gift ideas, recent store openings at Stanford Shopping Center and a celebrity clothing line sold exclusively at Macy’s. Oh, and don’t forget to take a peek at our favorite stories hitting the newsstands.

Industry News:

Why Beyoncé Is Embracing Her Own Backlash, The Atlantic, "But part of what’s been fascinating about her 2016 PR campaign is the way it has encouraged and capitalized on the notion of her as someone whom everyone can’t agree on." – Jen

Men read terrible tweets to female sportswriters in eye-opening PSA, USA Today

Client Coverage:

Mother’s Day Gifts at Gilroy Premium Outlets, Have Need Want

Stanford Shopping Center’s facelift; Prince’s SF designer connection, San Francisco Chronicle

Hoops great Nate Robinson, Strideline more than halfway to fundraising goal for 'pocket sock', Puget Sound Business Journal

Whole Foods moving slowly up West Coast with ‘365’ conceptThe Seattle Times

Lady Gaga and Elton John create a fashion line for Macy's, The Oregonian

The Age of Enlightenment, WWD

Mom, Don’t Quote the Raven

Stanford Shopping Center adds 45 new stores, The Stanford Daily

Whole Foods sets opening date for Lake Oswego concept store, The Oregonian


tip-toeing through the tulips, Living for Pretty