On December 12, Panerai and Richard Mille timepieces worn by the Academy Award-nominated actor—including “the Rambo of watches”—will go on sale at a Phillips live online auction.
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“We’ve been having a blast. It’s something to look forward to every day at 11.”
WSJ. Magazine’s 10th annual Innovator Awards showcases groundbreaking talents in a first-ever virtual presentation premiering on Wednesday, November 11 at 7 p.m. ET.
The star of Netflix’s hit chess drama says she immediately identified with her character: “When you find somebody that feels the same way you do, you [think], I’m not alone in this.”
The soccer star and activist, 35, whose memoir, “One Life,” came out this month, shares what’s on her phone.
The “Twin Peaks” creator and “X-Files” actress join four other luminaries weighing in on this month’s topic: Breakthroughs.
Past recipients of WSJ. Magazine’s Innovators award artist Mark Bradford, chef David Chang, entrepreneur Reshma Saujani and the creative couple behind design studio Roman and Williams catch us up on what continues to inspire them and how they are adapting to the times.
The fashion designer behind Brother Vellies and the 15 Percent Pledge on morning rituals, advice from a confidant of Steve Jobs and what connects her work
WSJ.’s monthly roundup of new pop releases: Everything that’s grabbing our attention, making us think or getting us dancing. Find this latest playlist and more on our Spotify page.
Tommy Brown, Grande’s right-hand producer, on how the album came together and the radical honesty behind their hits.
Before her upcoming exhibition in New York, Self breaks down her fundamental influences and being name-checked by rapper Pusha T.
The author of the groundbreaking teen series of novels is back with “Cobble Hill”: a book for adults.
Watch the Academy Award–winning actor’s intimate chat for our new live conversation series, The One, with WSJ. Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Kristina O’Neill.
“I [usually] do almost 10 [tattoos] a week and now I’m down to three,” says Woo, who’s known for the designs he’s done for Drake, Zoë Kravitz, Miley Cyrus and more
Beginning her career in tech, Susie Yang, author of the debut novel “White Ivy,” has a number of qualifications, job titles and start-ups to her name. More elusive was her dream of publishing a bestseller.
The bestselling author of ‘Beautiful Ruins’ has a new novel on the revolutionary past of Spokane, Washington, the city that’s become a throughline of his work.
For many, group texts have become something they look forward to more than ever. Naming them can be an art—here’s how to perfect it.
, two of this season’s most exciting new books, discuss their work, the paradox of realism and upending commercial publishing.
“You see their homes for the first time, they see yours... There’s a real shift in boundaries… We’re entering spaces we’ve never entered.”
Amid lockdown in Chicago, the writer is showrunning a new TV series called “Utopia,” finishing a long-awaited novel and counting her Lucky Charms.