Karly Kloss Goes on a Tour of adidas’ Brooklyn Creative Farm

Supermodel Karlie Kloss takes us on a tour of adidas’ creative farm in Brooklyn for the latest video in her YouTube series, Klossy. Walking us through the space, Karlie explains that some products in the factory aren’t projected for release until 2020. She even blurs out a number of shots containing top-secret products — “we’re literally living in the future right now.”

At the visit, Karlie customizes her own pair of Stan Smiths, meets some adidas creators, and even helps construct a pair of Kloss-appropriate leggings (most leggings aren’t made for 6’2″ models).

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Karlie working with adidas, however. Last year, the supermodel was named the face of adidas by Stella McCartney.

Watch the video above to see the inside of what adidas’ The Farm creative director, Marc Dolce calls “Disneyland for designers.”

For more, check out adidas’ secret brooklyn creator farm where they design the future.

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Facebook posts $3.89bn quarterly profit, up 71% from last year

Shares hit record high after figure is much higher than expected, with total revenue climbing 44.8% thanks to increased mobile video ad sales

Facebook has delivered a much higher-than-expected quarterly profit, driven by a sharp increase in sales of mobile video ads, sending its shares to an all-time high.

Total revenue rose 44.8% to $9.32bn from the same period in 2016, of which Facebook posted a profit of $3.89bn – up a whopping 71% from the year before.

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Cavs owner downplays Kyrie Irving strife, expects star to be at camp – ESPN


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