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Waris Ahluwalia, Secret Service

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Before he became a jewelry designer, Waris Ahluwalia had a pretty interesting government job. Like, a government government job. Like, he was in the secret service. He tells Interview magazine: "That should have led me into a nice career in politics—how I ended up in fashion is beyond me." [Interview]