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He started Paperless Post as an undergrad at Harvard. Ahead of the company’s busiest time of year, the founder explains how he got here
London private-equity bigwigs are enlisting crystal healers to tell their wives they want a divorce—and paying them hefty sums to do it
In this New York City miniaturist’s workshop, it’s the pictures that got small—the classic-movie props, that is
Millennials are taking the coronavirus particularly badly. Is their discontent rooted in something deeper than not being able to party?
What Lies Beneath …
A town house collapses in Chelsea as the underground lairs of some of London’s wealthiest residents may be cracking under the pressure
The King and They
Blinged-out Maha Vajiralongkorn of Thailand is losing his God-like status as protesters march in the streets
Off the Rails
The famed Ian Allan Book & Model Shop in London, a favorite of railway enthusiasts, is the U.K.’s latest coronavirus casualty
October 28, 2020
A former Trump-appointed judge (of the Miss USA pageant) has some advice for Amy Coney Barrett
Scandale à Paris
The millennial French influencer Léna Mahfouf, whose new book is outselling classics, earns the ire of the Parisian intelligentsia
October 21, 2020
Harvard? Yale? Princeton? A nonprofit program is recruiting Kenya’s top high-school students and connecting them with America’s most competitive universities
Kind Hearts and a Baronet?
What happens when an eccentric 74-year-old British aristocrat looks for someone to pay him $23,000 to live with him?
No Spring Chickens
Women—most of them single and nearing their mid-30s—are rushing to freeze their eggs as the coronavirus makes finding a partner more difficult
October 14, 2020
Party Like It’s 1929!
Americans are finagling their way around international-travel bans and decamping to Europe, where the living is (comparatively) easy