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Eden Univer


Eden Univer is the Digital Director at DuJour. She started her career at Hachette Filipacchi Media working on ELLE’s digital brands before becoming the online beauty editor at first Hollywood Life and then Teen Vogue. As a native New Yorker, she is also a bagel connoisseur.

Recent Articles
  • Luxury Hotels that Cater to Kids

    Luxury Hotels that Cater to Kids

    Traveling with little ones can be tricky—these accommodations designed with children in mind will help them feel right at home

    Ritz Kids at The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho MirageNever hear the dreaded “I’m bored!” again when you’re staying at The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage. The Ritz Kids program provides supervised activities for children ages 5-12 every day but Sundays. Parents can choose between a full day (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or ... More

  • The Most Luxurious Weddings on the Planet

    The Most Luxurious Weddings on the Planet

    The industry's top event planner on the sweetest (and craziest) moments from her career

    It takes a very talented person to be able to accommodate the incredibly extravagant requests of celebrity couples planning their nuptials. In fact, it takes a bridal industry titan with a little black book that’s bursting at the seams. That’s why in-the-know brides and grooms call Harriette Rose Katz. The iconic ... More

  • The Met Gala

    The Met Gala’s Best Makeup

    From bold lips to glowing skin and beyond


  • Squeaky-Clean Skincare

    Squeaky-Clean Skincare

    The best exfoliating products for creating smooth, even complexions


  • Bronze Like a Pro

    Bronze Like a Pro

    An expert weighs in on the right way to wear this summer staple

    Everyone wants to have a natural glow and exactly zero people want leathery, unhealthy skin. We’re past that. It’s old news. But how exactly do you achieve the bronzed, slightly sculpted look? Now that’s work for a pro, so we brought one in. Here, Christian McCulloch for Dolce&Gabbana Beauty shares his ... More

  • Blake Jenner and Tyler Hoechlin on Girls, Short Shorts and Bro Time

    Blake Jenner and Tyler Hoechlin on Girls, Short Shorts and Bro Time

    The stylish leads of Richard Linklater's '80s-era comedy Everybody Wants Some show off the season's denim-on-denim trend while taking you behind the scenes of the film

    For his role in the 1980s frat-house comedy Everybody Wants Some, from director Richard Linklater—the spiritual sequel to his film Dazed and Confused—Blake Jenner sported a slew of seriously retro outfits. But there’s only one garment that seems to still be haunting the 23-year-old actor.  “Dude, I hated wearing ... More

  • Flywheel Kicks into High Gear

    Flywheel Kicks into High Gear

    The revolutionary indoor cycling brand has some exciting news

    Flywheel has always been a leader of the indoor cycling pack, but to keep up with high-tech times and ever-changing fitness trends, the brand is unveiling changes that will impress even the most jaded spin enthusiasts. The website and app are getting a refresh: Auto-book capabilities sign you ... More

  • The Many Faces of Chris Pine

    The Many Faces of Chris Pine

    He’s an action star, a comedian and just about everything in-between, but what is it that drives our most versatile box-office hero?

    Over the course of his career, Chris Pine has played an impressively wide variety of characters. He’s been an intergalactic spaceman, a CIA analyst, a post-apocalyptic heartthrob, a reluctant rock god and a mid-century Coast Guard officer. Ask the 35-year-old Pine which role has made him happiest, though, and he’ll inform you ... More

  • The Next Generation of Dentistry

    The Next Generation of Dentistry

    A host of innovations will make taking care of your teeth something to relish rather than fear

    ANTI-AGING DENTISTRY Introduced by Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist Kourosh Maddahi and now available across the country, this futuristic face-lift of sorts involves lengthening and shaping teeth using crowns and veneers to contour the lower third of the face. The procedure can reduce fine lines and make chins appear more prominent. ... More

  • What a Girl Wants

    The Girl Everybody Wants to Know

    Getting to know Girls star Zosia Mamet

    Shoshanna Shapiro is endearingly offbeat, she’s dizzyingly hyper and she’s hopelessly naïve. She’s also really nothing like Zosia Mamet, the actress who’s played her for seven years on HBO’s hit series Girls. To hear Mamet tell it, she’s not really sure how she ended up playing Shoshanna at all. “I was shooting ... More