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Soap Mask

***EXCLUSIVE*** Adding to the numerous innovative personal protective equipment creations we have seen since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, German experimental design lab aerosoap has created an interesting take on the medical face shield. Building on its investigation of common soap, the Soap Mask is a unique functional barrier for the current state of the world. Despite not being as effective as certified PPE, aerosoap reveals the positive outlook behind its design. „Our Soap Mask does not provide efficient or even long-lasting protection. Not a bit. But it may help breaking the monotony of a lockdown. Going on to note, the mask looks towards enriching some lockdown monotony.”

Ugg boots for dogs

***EXCLUSIVE*** Your four-legged friends can now rock Y2K fashion, thanks to UGG‘s newly unveiled collaboration with dog lifestyle brand Very Important Puppies (V.I.P.). The duo have released a collection of pup-sized booties made from faux suede lined with UGG's signature plush interior. The adorable boots arrive in two colorways, black with green lining and chestnut with orange lining. Adjustable straps ensure a secure fit, and contrast stitching adds shrunken-down detail. Coming off a year full of notable collaborations, including an upcoming range with Telfar, UGG's canine collection makes for a delightful end to 2020.

Headquarters of NORAD Santa Tracker, Colorado, USA

Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States: This is the headquarters of NORAD Tracks Santa Operations Center! 2020 marks the 65th Anniversary of the NORAD Christmas tradition, where Santa’s location is reported on Dec. 24 to millions across the globe. NORAD has been tracking Santa since 1955 when a young child accidently dialled the unlisted phone number of the Continental Air Defense Command (CONAD) Operations Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, believing she was calling Santa Claus after seeing a promotion in a local newspaper. Air Force Colonel Harry Shoup, the commander on duty that night, was quick to realize a mistake had been made, and assured the youngster that CONAD would guarantee Santa a safe journey from the North Pole. Thus, a tradition was born that rolled over to NORAD when it was formed in 1958. Each year since, NORAD has dutifully reported Santa's location on Dec. 24 to millions across the globe.