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Photos: Kim Kardashian West Parties With GQ in LA Last NightSee…

Photos: Kim Kardashian West Parties With GQ in LA Last Night

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Welcome to the United States of Kimerica See all the photos from…

Welcome to the United States of Kimerica 

See all the photos from Kim Kardashian West’s first GQ cover shoot here.

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See All the Photos From Rob Gronkowski and Hailey Clauson’s GQ…

See All the Photos From Rob Gronkowski and Hailey Clauson’s GQ Cover Shoot

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These Might Be the Greatest Two Photos of Prince Harry Ever…

These Might Be the Greatest Two Photos of Prince Harry Ever Taken

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Inside GQ’s Massive Grammys AfterpartySee all the photos here. 

Inside GQ’s Massive Grammys Afterparty

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See All the Photos From Justin Bieber’s First GQ Cover…

See All the Photos From Justin Bieber’s First GQ Cover Shoot

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See All The Photos From Taylor Swift’s Beachy GQ Cover Shoot

See All The Photos From Taylor Swift’s Beachy GQ Cover Shoot

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It’s Here: Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill in GQ See all the photos…

It’s Here: Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill in GQ 

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Meet Charlotte McKinney: GQ’s Girl of SummerSee more photos…

Meet Charlotte McKinney: GQ’s Girl of Summer

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Wiivv Wearables Introduces 3D-Printed Insoles Based on Smartphone Photos

Wiivv Wearables focuses on using digital augmented technologies to enhance bio-mechanical performance. Based in Silicon Valley, the company headed by former Hewlett Packard 3D printing technology alumni, Ben Wynne and Shamil Hargovan, look to revolutionize the world of custom insoles and orthotics. This fledging company looks to expedite the process, removing the need for awkward foam boxes or the impatient wait that comes with the traditional process. The company uses smart-phone technology to create precise insoles, tailor-made for your feet. The insoles are also made from a medical grade material called Nylon-12, resulting in an product that last 15-20 times longer than traditional brand products. For more information, visit Wiiv Wearable’s website here as they aim to add to their current roster of product with wearable sensor technology, a mobile app, and an orthotic subscription model in the coming months.


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