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Read Kris Van Assche’s First Interview Since Leaving Dior
The designer opens up to
7 Totally-Not-Made-Up Things a Brown Person Has Heard at the Office
An excerpt from artist Maria Qamar’s debut book,
Trust No Aunty
Why I Risked My Life to Drive in Saudi Arabia
Saudi activist Manal al-Sharif shares the story behind the Women to Drive movement.
Meet Virtual You: How Your VR Self Influences Your Real-Life Self
Your avatar can affect your behavior in the “real” world in some surprising ways.
We’re Testing Children on the Wrong Things
Are we measuring what we want to measure in education?
People Overestimate How Much Everyone Else Cheats
And this incorrect belief could affect our own decision on whether or not to cheat on a partner.
Your Self-Esteem Affects When and How You Flirt
Is it smarter to think of the potential costs or potential rewards?
A Soda Bottle’s Shape Tricks You Into Buying It
It’s a concept psychologists call
, and marketers are taking note.
Going on a Diet With Your Partner Probably Won’t Go So Well
People are less confident in their own goals when they see others succeeding at those same goals.
Grumpy People Get the Details Right
The surprising upside of negative emotions.
Please Don’t Drag Your Partner on A Boring Date Night
No one benefits from this.
Modern Medicine Changed the Way We Die, and Not Always for the Better
An excerpt from Atul Gawande’s new book,
Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End.
Memoirs of a Non-Prom Queen
“The ugly duckling myth is sentimental”: An excerpt from
The Essential Ellen Willis.
Read an Excerpt From Prada’s New International Literary Journal
Every short story features eye glasses.