Up Next: A Millennial Filmmaker Who Wants to Change Gun Laws

Sarah Ullman Age: 30 Hometown: Simsbury, Conn. Now Lives: In a duplex apartment in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. Claim to Fame: Ms. Ullman founded a super PAC called One Vote at a Time in 2016, after the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla. Her PAC writes, directs and edits campaign ads for…

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Matter: How to Turbocharge Flu Protection (Llamas Required)

The oncoming flu season has claimed its first lives, among them a child in Florida who had not gotten a flu shot. This year’s vaccine significantly reduces the odds of getting sick — and you should get one now if you haven’t already — but it’s far from perfect. For one thing, its effectiveness fluctuates…

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Louis Vuitton’s New High Jewelry Collection Has a Distinctly Old-World Feel

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton There’s something electrifying about a collision of icons. Case in point: Louis Vuitton’s most recognizable motifs—the monogram flower and the letter V—cross paths for the first time in a high jewelry collection. Together they form a subtle, albeit luminous, coat of arms on the necklaces, chokers, earrings, rings, and bracelets of…

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Carly Rae Jepsen to Calvin Klein: ‘Call Me’ (Maybe?)

[embedded content] Is Carly Rae Jepsen hoping for a front-row seat at the next Calvin Klein show, perhaps sandwiched amid ASAP Rocky, Khalid and Billie Eilish? That would be the natural conclusion for anyone watching her new video for the single “Party for One,” which stars Ms. Jepsen and some of the most obvious product…

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A Weekend at Witch Camp

Today, witches are big business: Boutiques and chains alike are stocked with sage, crystals, spell books and other witchy accouterment, and high-end brands like Gucci have pounced. (The design house dressed models up as tarot cards for an ad campaign last year, and this year, cast Tippi Hedren of “The Birds” fame as a soothsaying…

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WARHOL’S LEGACY: Andy Warhol Inc.: How He Made Business His Art

In the fall of 1968, still aching from an assassin’s attack, Andy Warhol returned to work in the bright new offices he’d rented on Union Square. After years of stardom in Pop Art, he pondered his future. “I was confused because I wasn’t painting and I wasn’t filming there,” he recalled. Instead, he watched his…

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