The Curator News Feed: June 12, 2015

Hope you all had a great week, now bring on the weekend! Lots of news to share this week so we have put together a list of fun reads, and tons of client coverage; including the first glimpse of FitCode! Check it out below: 

Seattle Summer Outdoor Movie Guide 2015Seattle Met, My favorite time of year! - Brooke

Why L'Oréal Made 100 Women Cry in a Movie Theater, and What Brought Them to TearsAdweek,  I love this. L'Oreal invited 100 women to watch a sappy love story and put their waterproof mascara to the test. In an industry that typically relies on celebrity endorsements and glossy product shots, this is such unexpected and brilliant fun. - Ann Marie 

Burger King Paid $200,000 to get its mascot in American Pharoah trainer's entourageBusiness Insider

Here's The Best Way To Find Great SnapchattersRefinery 29, Snap Stars oooooh - Chelsey

Client Coverage 

Simon Property, Refinery29 Deepen PartnershipWWD 

Perfect Jeans Every Time With FitcodeSeattle Refined, The secret is out, our fabulous new client Fitcode is an online shopping savior! We're excited to help give people a sneak peek before the public launch this summer. - Chelsey

FITCODEVegas Fashion Stylist 

Interesting Snippets from the Denim IndustryDecadent Dissonance 


Finding the perfect fit for jeans using FitcodeThe Demure Muse

African Summer: There’s a Story Behind Every PurchaseWhole Story, Whole Foods Market chooses their partners closely. It was a honor to write this blog for the Whole Foods site to highlight those companies who are making a big impact in creating social enterprise in Africa.      - Brooke

CB's Nuts: From small-town hobby to big-time businessKingston Community News, Through our work with Whole Foods Market, we have the pleasure of meeting some incredible locally based food entrepreneurs. Recently, we got to share the story of CB's Nuts growth, through the announcement of a loan they received from Whole Foods Market. - Ann Marie

Seattle man wins $200K in life-changing grocery shopping 

Auburn musician scores $50,000 Lottery winAuburn Reporter