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BIOEFFECT Has Arrived

For the past six months, SKAGGS has been hard at work on the launch of an incredible brand from Iceland and today we’re super excited to announce its much anticipated launch in the US! Introducing BIOEFFECT, the Icelandic skincare sensation coveted by beauty editors and connoisseurs worldwide. This award-winning product line, the subject of numerous […]

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If 8 is Great, Then 7 is Heaven

IT’S NO SECRET THAT WE LOVE QUOTING PEOPLE WHO INSPIRE US. This week we’re into basketball player and coach John Wooden, who believes, “Winning takes talent. To repeat takes character.” We wholeheartedly agree. The importance of character is at the heart of what we do, whether we’re telling your story or our story or any […]

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The Launch of Wednesday Wisdom Video

“A prudent question is one half of wisdom.”— Francis Bacon Because we’ve always been profoundly curious about the knowledge intriguing people acquire over the course of their careers, we began interviewing them in a written series we called Wednesday Wisdom. A few years later, the Frei Group approached us with the idea of turning it […]

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Kate Seward

You know how people always say, “All good things must come to an end?” Well, they say it because it’s true. And with this post, it will become true for Wednesday Wisdom. This blog has been a three-year creative experiment, a labor of love, and a non-stop party of fantastic people, places and drinks. Connections […]

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Jonina Skaggs

I met Jonina Skaggs, founder and creative director of Skaggs Creative, about three weeks after I moved back to New York from San Francisco. We were working on a project together. At some point after the project was completed, she and her husband Bradley and I had a lunch that cemented our creative relationship from […]

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Kate Bohner

I’ve never met anybody like Kate Bohner. She is intelligent, enthusiastic, inspirational and fierce – in the Beyonce sense of the word. Her career path has been incredibly varied and interesting: It really seems like she could do anything. At one point in our chat she mentioned a book she had written and decided not […]

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Mohamed Elzomor

Mohamed Elzomor is part trainer, part life coach (although he’s too modest to take on that title), part philosopher. He helps people change themselves through exercise, diet, and the power of positive thinking and believes in the power of positive thinking. His list of clients includes some impressive names, like John Legere, the CEO of TMobile, […]

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Stefan Boulter

For the painter Stefan Boulter, kitsch is not a negative term. That fact speaks volume about his artistic practice – he’s a figurative painter in a world where conceptual art is what’s hot. He has chosen to live in Iceland rather than New York or London or Los Angeles, and he values that distance. “Art […]

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Nicholas Karnaze

The first thing you notice about Nicholas Karnaze is his glorious beard. Of course, that’s what you’d expect, given that he’s the founder of Stubble and ‘Stache, a company that makes all-natural products for beards and the skin that lies beneath them. Stubble and ‘Stache was founded in honor of Justin Hansen, Nicholas’s friend and […]

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Stacey Jenkins

Stacey Jenkins is a force of nature. Seriously. I met her for coffee at Mud in the East Village, and to say I was engrossed in her story is an understatement. She’s truly a jack-of-all trades, juggling a variety of different jobs at a variety of different places while being married and having two kids. […]

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Samantha Wright

Samantha Wright is a Senior Esthetician at the Institute of Skinovation, a full-service skin treatment facility at the CORE: Club. Samantha came to New York expecting to be an actress, and instead ended up improving people’s quality of life by transforming their skin. She’s someone who can fully relate to her patients – she had bad […]

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Michelle LeWinter

I met Michelle LeWinter for fancy coffee drinks (I had a lavender latte) at Bibble & Sip, a new coffee shop near Times Square (well, it’s off of 8th Avenue on 51st, so not actually that near). In any event, it’s definitely a cool place, and Michelle is equally as cool, if not more so. […]

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Daniel Honig

Daniel Honig is the CEO and Boomer Digital. According to the company website, Boomer Digital helps companies launch creative experiences. While I love social media – hello, Instagram! – my relationship with certain parts of the digital world is shaky at best. I know what a creative experience is IRL, but online? Daniel patiently broke […]

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Candace Dyal

Candace Dyal is the owner and president of DyalCompass, a real estate development company that creates environmentally friendly luxury properties. She’s charismatic, inspiring and visionary, and she’s not afraid to try new things. She says, “In life I try to say yes to everything. If my broker thinks it’s a good idea to go to […]

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George Swisher

George Swisher is a management consultant who focuses on the world of marketing and communications. He works closely with (huge) agencies and their holding companies – Havas and Omnicom, just to name a couple – to help them become the best and most successful versions of themselves. What he’s discovered, over the course of a […]

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Jokull Tomasson

Jokull Tomasson is what you might call a serial entrepreneur, although he might laugh at that designation. He has run a store (he was 18), he has run graphic design agencies and advertising agencies, and now, he runs a Reykjavik-based hotel chain. A self-taught graphic designer – “I just love type – I’m typography driven […]

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Kathy Clark

Kathy Clark is a Korean-American artist who lives in Iceland. She has always been a maker, and she is the product of a family of makers: a painter and seamstress mother, an engineers pilot father who could build anything, and a sister who is also an artist in metals . Clark’s inspiration comes from many different places – she’s a frequent […]

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Lori Cheek

Lori Cheek is the founder and CEO of Cheekd, a dating app that allows you to see and interact with your matches in real time. Her story is incredible – she’s couch-surfed, sold all of her clothing and endured a pretty rough experience on Shark Tank, all in the name of building her baby. Her […]

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Sever Garcia

Sever Garcia knows a thing or two about style. The plaid jacket he’s wearing in his portrait speaks for itself. The fact that he has a stand-up arcade game only further supports that argument. He knows what works and what doesn’t, and sixteen years ago, he made a business out of it. His company, SGN […]

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Estee Farber

Estee Farber spends her days surrounded by chocolate. Seriously. She’s the marketing director of Madelaine Chocolate, a company started by her grandfather. At work she deals with a little bit of everything – product and business development, packaging design, social media strategy – but in the past two years her priorities have been getting her […]

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Danielle Nazinitsky

Danielle Nazinitsky is impressive. She’s smart, she’s motivated, and she makes things happen. She moved to SoHo in 2011 with the dream of leaving accounting and working in real estate. Now she works for Corcoran, focusing primarily on properies in Tribeca…and, you guessed it, SoHo! While at her accounting job she started a blog called […]

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Ted Hillery

Ted Hillery is an ex-welder turned trainer, a man who believes in simplicity. He believes that the less you have going on, the easier it is to manage your life and maintain the harmony in it. He believes in counting protein rather than calories. He believes in having a piece of cake after dinner. And […]

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Allyson Torrisi

I met Allyson Torrisi, the Director of Photography at Popular Mechanics, for lunch at Bouchon Bakery in Columbus Circle. We’re fellow foodies, so we could have talked about that for hours in addition to the business at hand, which is to say the business of photography and storytelling and that special rush of excitement you […]

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Paul Kempisty

To say that Paul Kempisty is an acupuncturist doesn’t quite encompass all that he does. Yes, he practices acupuncture, and yes, he works with herbs, but he also has a solid understand of Western medicine that allows him to combine the best of the West with the best of the East. The result is an […]

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James Corbett

James Corbett has one of those contagious smiles. He’s the kind of person you want to hang out with when you’re in bad mood, and his studio near Union Square is the kind of place where you want to hang out while you recover from that bad mood—it’s long and clean and shot through with […]

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Michael McHale

Chandelier maker Michael McHale takes things that you wouldn’t think of as being capable of beauty—old gas pipes, steel cables, and bicycle gears, just to name a few—and transforms them into what he calls “structures that are new, but fit into a recognizable genre.” A former entertainment lawyer, McHale turned to lighting design not out […]

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Petur Haraldsson

Upon meeting Petur Haraldson, the executive chairman of Fidesta, a venture capital and private equity firm, I had the impression that he was a little serious. Perhaps it was his beautiful collared shirt. But after he made some comments about why he does what he does—he’s a facilitator, and while it sounds shady, it’s more […]

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Michele Lord

Michele Lord is one of the two presidents of NEO Philanthropy (her co-president is Berta Colón), an innovative non-profit that advances social change. Together, Lord and Colón have created an organization that offers a range of services—organizing collaborative funds and spearheading donor advised funds, to name two—that help donors make visible and lasting change in […]

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Lara Knutson

Lara Knutson is the marriage of right brain and left brain made flesh. She’s an artist and a scientist (of sorts). She runs a jewelry company yet the Smithsonian and the Corning Museum of Glass own her sculptures. She was trained as an architect and industrial designer, and she knows how to design the materials […]

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Bill Hobbs

Bill Hobbs and I met at Norwood, a stately brick-red townhouse on West 14th Street. Norwood turned out to be the perfect setting for a conversation about writing, entrepreneurship, and the refusal to give up when the going gets tough. Bill, who’s a writer, businessman, publisher and ex-actor, knows how to balance business with creativity, […]

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Daniel Frei

Daniel Frei is an award-winning producer, director and filmmaker. Four years ago he founded The Frei Group, a creative agency specializing in cutting-edge content for businesses and individuals. He’s worked with a variety of Fortune 500 companies, including Mercedes-Benz, Sony Records, Citibank and Intel. His approach to standout content is to focus on the story, […]

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Alex Brownless

Alex Brownless is awesome. There’s no other way to put it. He’s creative, stylish, and bursting with enthusiasm about life and design and social media. He’s also the co-founder of Arts Thread, a leading creative network that helps new design talents launch themselves and connect with larger companies like Urban Outfitters, Nike, WGSN, and the […]

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Linda Bjork

Linda Bjork is not your typical executive. As the head of the ship that is Bjork Business, she helps business leaders, their teams, their organizations and their brands establish healthy and productive office cultures based on presence, awareness, inspiration and integrity. “There is nothing if you’re not present,” she says. “It’s a universal skill.” To […]

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Dr. Gregory LaTrenta

Dr. Gregory LaTrenta is an internationally acclaimed surgeon specializing in plastic and reconstructive surgery. He’s the author of two best-selling text books, “The Atlas of Aesthetic Face and Neck Surgery,” and “Aesthetic Neck Surgery, 2nd Edition,” both of which I saw while photographing him in his office. These volumes are impressive, as is Dr. LaTrenta, […]

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Tim Chapman

Tim Chapman is one of the founders of Press New York, a Manhattan-based letterpress and design studio. Both Tim and his business partner, Sloane Madureira, come from fine art backgrounds, and this training is evident in their work’s creativity and elegance. In his free time, Tim fools around with a variety of musical instruments, and […]

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Michelle Spiro

Michelle Spiro, one of two principals at LYS Partners (you may remember our interview with Helene Ly  from a couple of months ago), excels at helping people develop strategy for their products, create consistent vision, and convey that vision in a thoughtful and compelling way. She learned about the fashion industry by working from the […]

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Dr. Serge Mosovich

Dr. Serge Mosovich is an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and an adjunct assistant professor of psychiatry, Weill-Cornell Medical School of New York Hospital. Dr. Mosovich is a skilled diagnostician, a published author (American Journal of Psychiatry and Neuro-Pyscho Pharmacology, among other peer-reviewed journals, an aspiring meditator (he’s working […]

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Paul Austin

When I met Paul Austin, the founder of the Austin Advisory Group, for tea at ABC Kitchen, little did I know I was about to embark on a great conversation about telling stories. But that’s exactly what happened. Paul came up in the fragrance world, working as a high-level executive at Unilever and Quest International […]

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Ivy Ackerman

Ivy Ackerman, the founder of Butter and Egg Road, is not a chef, but she certainly knows food. She’s also a champion–if not crusader–of the lost art of hosting, a 1950s-ish term that brings to mind visions of aprons and beef Stroganoff. If lobster Thermidor is what you seek, you probably won’t find it at […]

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Dr. Armin Tehrany

Dr. Armin Tehrany is an orthoscopic surgeon, which basically means that when we suffer physical trauma, he’s the one who puts us back together again. He focuses specifically on shoulders and knees, two of the most complicated and challenging areas of the body. When he talks about the role of the physician, he reminds me […]

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Helene Ly

Helene Ly has great style, and when I say that I don’t just mean style in terms of dress. When we met for coffee at the NoMad, I was immediately struck by her quiet elegance, with regard to both composure and clothes, and this impression stayed with me throughout the entirety of our conversation. She […]

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Beth Weissenberger

Beth Weissenberger, the co-founder and vice-chairman of the Handel Group, an international consulting and private coaching company, is a force of nature. I left our conversation feeling inspired, motivated and filled with a sense of possibility–she’s in the business of changing lives, and clearly, she’s incredible at what she does. As far as Beth is […]

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Robert Stapf

To describe Robert Stapf, the VP of Fine Fragrance at Drom North America, as a “people-person” might be a bit cliche, but that doesn’t make it any less true. He’s warm, he’s gregarious, and he’s thrilled about where he lives and what he does, all of which came together serendipitously, as do many of the […]

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Amanda Kinsey

Amanda Kinsey is a woman after my own heart: She’s passionate about and invested in the power of stories and the importance of telling them. After working at the Today show for over a decade, she decided to strike out on her own and create Electric Yolk Media, a creative production company based in Williamsburg […]

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Ben Daitz

Ben Daitz, one of the founders of Num Pang, home of some of the most interesting sandwiches around, knows a thing or two about what to put between slices of bread. Read on for sandwich inspiration, and feel free in the comments to make some sandwich suggestions of your own.   What makes a sandwich […]

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Dr. Frank Lipman

Dr. Frank Lipman is a proponent of functional medicine, an approach that unites properties of Chinese and Western medicine to treat the underlying causes of disease. He uses a wide variety of modalities, including nutrition, acupuncture and physical therapy, to name just a few. What’s interesting is that he doesn’t advocate a single approach to […]

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Manny Norena

Manny is one of those creative talents whose passion and enthusiasm for what he does is like a perfect wave: You just want to surf it right along with him. He’s worked with Mariah Carey, he’s worked with Oprah, and he’s worked with some of the largest cosmetics companies in the world. And yet, even […]

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Megumi Sasaki

It was twelve years ago, when journalist Megumi Sasaki was doing a story on environmental artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude for Japanese television network NHK and was introduced to the unlikely legendary art collectors, Herb and Dorothy Vogel.   Upon attending a gala at the Gracie Mansion, Megumi was immediately drawn to the older couple who appeared […]

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Dr. Syed Shamil

To someone who survived advanced placement chemistry by the skin of her teeth, the idea of becoming a chemist is an extraordinary one. Not so for Dr. Syed Shamil, who not only became a chemist, he managed to parlay that scientific background into a series of jobs that combine his rigorous scientific training with his […]

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Rodney Durso

Rodney Durso is a man of many interests and skills. He’s a designer, a painter, a musician, and the founder of a nonprofit organization called ArtBridge that transforms construction sites into open-air art galleries. He’s also a guest lecturer at Parsons, where he gives a lecture on failure. He’s not afraid of it, and he […]

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Tait Simpson

Tait Simpson calls himself an environmental photographer. While the term provides you with a certain sense of what he does, it fails to articulate the precise way he creates narrative. The images he creates may not have the truth-telling style of photojournalism, but they speak to a larger truth, a less concrete truth, a truth […]

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Robert Souza

To call Robert Souza a people person is a serious understatement. This is a guy whose career is without a doubt the product of relationships he’s been building for twenty years. He started off in fashion, working his way up, and left nine years ago to launch his own company, Souza & Associates, a Manhattan-based […]

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Marissa Lippert

Marissa Lippert is a dietician, author—her book, The Cheater’s Diet, came out in 2010— and the owner of Nourish, one of the cutest places to eat in the West Village. Cuteness aside, the food is delicious and fresh and healthy (think green juices, exciting salads, and scones with rye flour). We bonded over our mutual […]

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Ken Fish

Ken Fish is the founder and president of Absolute Travel, a luxury travel company that specializes in creating personalized travel experiences. If you’ve ever needed proof that following your passion is as good a plan as any for achieving success, Ken’s story is that proof. In 2013, after 25 years in the business, Absolute Travel […]

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Kim Spadaro

As children, some of us play with dolls. Kim Spadaro played with fragrance, so it’s not surprising that when she grew up she decided to start Spadaro, a line of perfumes. She’s traveled all over the world—Europe, the Middle East, Asia—leaving behind (via Facebook) a message of tolerance scented with sandalwood and patchouli and bergamot. […]

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Sarah Kugelman

One of the first things you notice about Sarah Kugelman is her absolutely perfect skin. It’s the kind of skin we all dream about: smooth, spotless, blemish-free. Once you learn that she’s a 20-year veteran of the beauty business and the founder of skyn Iceland, a skincare line specifically designed to address the effects of […]

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Vivian Rigney

Vivian Rigney left Ireland in 1990, and has since lived in London, Munich, South Africa, Paris, Helsinki and now New York. “The whole world was beckoning,” he explains, when asked about his decision to live abroad. “I was strong under the hood, but I hadn’t found my voice. It was like this quest.” And thus […]

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Rob Schaltenbrand

Rob Schaltenbrand, the Director of Marketing, Communications and Cultural Programming at The CORE: Club, has done just about everything. Seriously. Nine lives aren’t enough for this guy—he’s had at least a dozen. He’s been in a punk band. He’s been a sponsored skateboarder. He’s had three jobs while going to school full-time. He’s run the arts […]

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Marla Russo

When you meet Marla Russo, you immediately recognize that she’s a force to be reckoned with—more specifically, an intelligent, articulate force with great shoes and perfect hair (how do you do it, Marla?). A Strasberg-trained actress who fell in love with the fast pace of PR, she founded Bella Public Relations over a decade ago, at […]

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Adam Herzl

Adam Herzl spends his days around the most rare, most treasured, and most romantic of objects: diamonds. Believe me when I tell you he’s seen stuff that the rest of us never will, and to me this makes his job mysterious and exciting. In a sense Adam’s an explorer, a seeker, someone always on the […]

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Linda Mason

Linda Mason is a makeup artist, painter, and an all around wonderful person. She grew up in the north of England, and has, among other things, lived in Paris and Beirut, modeled for haute couture, collaborated with amazing photographers and designers (do names like Avedon and Meisel ring any bells?), published six books, and launched […]

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Sam Pogue

Sam Pogue, the associate marketing director at Union Square Events, is a woman of many talents, so many, in fact, that every time I asked her a question, her answer inspired me to ask four hundred more. She writes, she photographs, she cooks, and she knows her music (Miles Davis and East Coast 90s hip […]

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Dr. James Eisdorfer

Dr. Eisdorfer is the least scary dentist that we’ve ever met, and that’s a compliment, given that one of us (we won’t name names) refused to see a dentist for an embarrassing number of years because she was too afraid of what might happen. It’s no exaggeration to say that Dr. E is something of […]

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Celeste Duquesne

Celeste Duquesne calls herself a makeup artist, but to us she’s an artist who just happens to use faces as her medium. For her, “it starts with the skin. Once the skin is prepped, and there’s a canvas, you can go from there.” She’s not a fan of trends because of their tendency to restrict […]

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Jesse Frohman

Photographer Jesse Frohman is…well, he’s a badass. He can shoot portraits, still-lives, landscapes—you name it, and most likely, he’s not only done it, he’s done it well. If his quite evident talent weren’t enough to make him awesome (you can check out his website here), he’s incredibly knowledgeable about art in general and photography in […]

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Robert Priday

Robert Priday is a creative director at HBO, which means he’s the guy who designs the stuff that makes you want to watch. He believes that good television—as well as the promotion that supports it—has power, much of which comes from being able to evoke a strong emotional response. And just how does he evoke […]

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Kim-Van Dang

Kim Van Dang is the fearless leader of KVDNYC, a branding and sales management company focusing on luxury and beauty companies. She’s an investor in an extremely cool perfume company, she knows her way around art photography, and she climbed Mount Kilimanjaro (for charity, by the way) after only training for three weeks. Is she […]

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Francois Duquesne

When Francois Duquesne tells you that you smell great, you better listen up. Duquesne is the CEO of Beauty Entreprise, a fragrance house with a creative approach to perfume. The company’s most recent project—it launched yesterday!—Fragrance Republ!c, is a club for the scent-obsessed, with monthly deliveries of original fragrances created by master perfumers. Duquesne began […]

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Tom Birchard

When Tom Birchard started working at Veselka, he had no idea that he’d end up committing his life to food. A few decades later, Veselka is a neighborhood fixture, a place that feels like home to old and new alike, a place where you can sit for hours with a cup of coffee, reading your […]

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Dr. Debbie Palmer

Dr. Debbie is a board certified dermatologist who specializes in cosmetic and medical dermatology. She knew she had a passion for skin in junior high, when for her very first oral presentation she chose to lecture on skin, describing how UVA and UVB rays affect it and cause cancer. When her mother asked her where […]

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Chef Daniel Holzman

They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. If you were to woo someone with meatballs, how would you do it? I could have a meatball thermos, a specially made meatball thermos, and always have meatballs on me. That way if I ran into somebody, I could pop out a […]

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James Cox Jr.

James Cox is an Associate Broker at Urban Compass. He’s also charming, urbane, and can rock a Polo shirt better than 97% of the world.   What skill is absolutely essential in negotiation? Information is the key in knowing your opponent. You have to know where you can get the product or service elsewhere, [and whether […]

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Nicky Kinnaird

The easy way to describe Nicky Kinnaird is to say she’s the founder and president of the British cosmetic retailer Space NK. But that doesn’t capture the way she manages to be commanding while also exuding warmth and friendliness, or the fact that she has a vision, and that when you’re around her, her passion for […]

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