This morning, Thursday June 15th, we’ve got the news that Refinery29 has entered the livestream shopping game, Kering Americas is the official sponsor of NYC Pride, and tech company Skin Dossier has become the first tech company to potentially take personalized skin care and hair care to the next level with its AI and big data clustering technologies. Read these stories and more in the links below.

Kering and Its Houses Partner With NYC Pride to Celebrate Pride Month 2023. This year, Kering Americas will be the official sponsor of NYC Pride and will participate in the NYC Pride March on June 25th. (PR Newswire)

Body Mists are Having a Moment (Again). The nostalgic product is being embraced by luxury companies like Diptyque and Ellis Brooklyn, wellness-focused body-care companies, and celebrity brands like Iskra Lawrence’s Saltair. (Fashionista)

Skin Dossier SAAS Platform Launch Uses AI to Address Consumer Skin Concerns. Dubbed its “Precision Skin Health Advisor,” Skin Dossier’s proprietary technology takes its cue from precision medicine and uses not only 3D imaging, but also results from a blood test analysis to analyze a user’s skin and hair to match them up with the best products for them. (Cosmetics Design USA)

Refinery29 Launches Twitch’s First Third-Party Live Shopping Experience. The media company is the latest player to enter the livestream shopping space with its first “Most Wanted” episode focusing on sunscreen products. (Digiday)

Tiny Yet Mighty, MSCHF’s Microscopic Handbag to go on Auction. If you’ve been on Instagram lately, you may have seen the image of a teeny-tiny crumb of a handbag sitting on someone’s thumb. Created by the same art collective as those big, red, cartoon-like boots, this microscopic replica of a Louis Vuitton bag will go up for auction next week. (Hypebae)

Jessica McGuinty, Jessicurl Founder, Dies at 47. Launched in 2002, McGuinty’s brand was an early arriver to the curly-hair category. (WWD)