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YouTube CEO Chooses Fashion

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YouTube: where tech meets fashion. Okay, kind of. Chad Hurley, YouTube's founder and CEO, has left the company to devote more time and attention to his—wait for it—menswear line Hlaska. The Cut explains: "Founded by his business partner Anthony Mazzei in 1994, Hlaska is mostly stuff that a young Silicon Valley employee would wear to work: there's a lot of short-sleeved collared button-downs (perfect for crumpling into a ball at the foot of your futon after a long night of coding) as well as laptop covers and leather messenger bags." [The Cut]