The first of September kicked off earlier this week. And the last holiday of the summer is coming up this weekend. The world keeps going and changing, as you are. So just in case you’ve missed a few things this week, we wrapped up what happened Around the Web.
What’s the world without a little change here and there? The fashion world gets a little alteration as Style.com, the go-to fashion reference site for the runway and more, now redirects to Vogue.com. An end to over 15 years, we bid farewell to the Style.com of the past, while we await the welcoming of the 2016 Style.com, a brand-new luxury shopping site.
This guy has much to be excited about. A federal judged cleared New England Patriot’s quarterback Tom Brady of his four-game suspension. Will this be the last we hear of Deflategate? Stay tuned, as the league has appealed the decision.
More changes upon changes. This time it’s Google. Since 1998, the technological giant has changed its logo five times, and on September 1, 2015, the sixth logo was revealed. Same colors, different font. No need to worry, because you’ll still be able to recognize Google.
Is that Peg Bundy from the fan-favorite Married… with Children? No, that’s actually Sofia Vergara. A fun change and tease for her TV husband on Modern Family, Ed O’Neill who started as Al Bundy, Peg’s husband.
Under Armour is giving Nike and Adidas some stiff competition in the athletic world, and there’s no doubt some credit goes to the NBA’s reigning MVP, Stephen Curry. Revealed this week, the Under Armour Curry Two, with a limited release in China, September 6.
Story By: Jasmine Sabagquit
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