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Sir John and Emma Summerton capture Rihanna, Iman and Naomi for W magazine Sept 2014 issue

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Over the last few days social media outlets have been overflowing in the recent sneak peek pictures released for the September issue for W magazine. 92 more words

Visiting Hearst

Walking into Hearst Tower and looking up at the rows of escalators and giant windows of a real corporate building was astounding to me. I’ve always imagined men and women walking into their skyscraper offices sporting classy, well tailored outfits and stilettos but actually seeing the reality was something else. 359 more words

Life

How to See Most of New York in a Day, or: That Time I Walked 9 Miles, Saw "Starry Night" and Ate Pastrami

I looked up from my pastrami sandwich in Katz’s Deli, just seats away from where the infamous “I’ll have what she’s have what she’s having” moment in “When Harry Met Sally” occurred. 539 more words

Keeping You Posted: My Time At The New York Post

Manhattan Apartment Redesigned by Matthew Patrick Smyth

Like many a buildings in New York City that once were a factory, warehouse or office building, the move it transform these once vacant buildings into residential lofts and apartments.   251 more words

Real Estate

Beauty that Gives Back: L'Oreal Paris Women of Worth 2012

I’m sure you’ve heard L’oreal Paris’ iconic slogan, “Because You’re Worth It,” before.  Influenced by this statement, the brand has lived up to those words and produced the… 148 more words

Snap For 'Em!

SMWNYC Day 2: Best Practices, Real Stories, Ghostwriting

There was much to love (pun intended) about the Valentine’s Day edition (Day 2) of Social Media Week NYC 2012. The events throughout the day brought attendees much of the same excitement that defined Day 1, with an array of diverse offerings to choose from. 450 more words

Social Media

The Magazine Industry's New BFF

At the Magazine Publisher’s of America’s (MPA) American Magazine Conferencein NYC on October 4, Hearst Magazine’s President David Carey said his company “finally found a way to monetize our digital content.” If that’s true, he’s way ahead of the newspaper industry. 423 more words

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