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Todos Santos, Mexico


San Blas Islands, Panama

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Say hello to the only instant camera with full control of aperture and shutter speed. The I-1 from Impossible Project – the company that, back in 2008,  bought the last factory in the world producing Polaroid film with the intent to refurbish and redistribute 200 million instant cameras – flawlessly bridges the gap between analog's charm and tech's convenience. With classic styling and modern details (like a unique flash and an i-Phone exclusive app for extended control), Impossible have hit a home run with this masterpiece. The I-1 starter set (pictured here) includes the I-1 Camera, three packs of color film and a custom carrying case. Pick up yours below to start getting those quality instant shots (and P.S. She's on sale).

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“We landed on selling makeup in a really weird way,” admits Alex Lin. Lin, 25, is a co-founder of Hush, an app and website selling inexpensive skincare and makeup that launched in its current version in January of this year. Hush offers both well-known national brands and intentional dupes of more expensive brands, like Urban Decay. The brand has been through several iterations, but that’s part of the “weird” story.

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