–Elysium Health launched an at-home test to measure rate of aging and biological age, describes Fast Company.

–Real estate agents are hosting cannabis open-houses to appeal to luxury home buyers, says The Wall Street Journal.

–This artist is designing pop culture and fashion inspired coffins ranging from Nike sneakers to Supreme bags to Pepsi bottles, writes i-D.

Well + Good introduces a new line of pH-balancing underwear.

Quartz explores India’s first digital village, where all financial transactions are virtual.

–SoulCycle is launching wellness retreats in partnership with luxury travel company Black Tomato, reports Travel + Leisure.

–The Met’s Costume Institute announced that it’s 2020 theme will be About Time: Fashion and Duration, exploring the idea of time as a continuum, announces Vogue.

–The Taj Mahal now has its own air purifiers as pollution in New Delhi reaches record levels. Via CNN.

–Nike’s new CEO “sees sports as a way to unify a fractured society,” writes Bloomberg.

–Apple has pledged to give $2.5 billion to address the housing crisis in California, reports Curbed.

BBC explains how wild places can help “cure climate anxiety,” as part of their Climate Emotions series.

Glossy explores how beauty brands are prioritizing DNA testing for hyper-personalized product recommendations.

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