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Danie talks about her journey becoming a full-time creator, what she looks for in brand partnerships, and where her brand will head in the future.
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How Netflix and Apple TV dropped the ball with fan merch, and a few ideas on how they can redeem themselves.
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We’ll never be able to ask Basquiat how he feels about the Tiffany ad. But we can ask people who knew him.