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Etta Meyer

Photo Director

Bio:

Etta Meyer has been the Photo Editor and Director for DuJour magazine since its launch in 2012. She joined the magazine from the photography industry, where she worked in various capacities at Steven Klein Studio, Art + Commerce and CXA. She graduated from Barnard College with a degree in American Studies. While Manhattan is now home, Big Sky country is where she was born and where her heart will always remain.

Recent Articles
  • Room Request! Dream Midtown

    Room Request! Dream Midtown

    Inside a suite The Fat Jewish once called home

    The Dream Midtown brings a decidedly downtown vibe to Manhattan’s “Gold Coast” on the corner of W 55th Street and Broadway. Situated in an 1895 Beaux-Arts flatiron building, the hotel’s multiple dining and event spaces radiate with the kind of energy that can only be found in the city that ... More

  • Room Request! The Spectator Hotel

    Room Request! The Spectator Hotel

    Art Deco glamour in the heart of the Holy City

    In a city ruled by history both figuratively and literally in the form of strict historic preservation laws, wandering around downtown Charleston feels like strolling through a living museum. The stone, brick and wood facades of homes painted in various pastel hues, covered with ivy and framed by palm trees, ... More

  • Could Las Vegas be the Next Wellness Capital of America?

    Could Las Vegas be the Next Wellness Capital of America?

    A holistic sanctuary found in one of the least likely places

    The view from a luxury suite on the 17th floor of Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa, encompasses a vast suburban scene framed by jagged mountains. Looking down there is the white roof of a shopping mall, an orderly parking garage, a spiraling freeway system. Beyond the highways are neat ... More

  • A Ranch Restoration

    A Ranch Restoration

    What happens when an American designer turns his eye to a boutique property in the Colorado wilderness?

    Marley Hodgson drives a 1962 Land Rover with custom leather seats, which—of course the founder of heritage leather brand Ghurka drives a car with custom leather seats. “When we bought ‘Rover’ in the 1970s, we replaced the vinyl seats with our own leather,” Hodgson explains. Summers in Martha’s Vineyard—and kid ... More

  • Fast Cars, a Luxe Hotel and… Dinosaurs

    Fast Cars, a Luxe Hotel and… Dinosaurs

    Colorado’s Gateway Canyons Resort truly has it all

    There are destinations in America that have been constructed specifically to cater to our notion of “the bucket list.” Visiting these places are rites of passage, adventures that must be experienced first-hand, checked off the list (and Instagrammed). For children, it may be Disney World. For bachelors, it’s Las Vegas. ... More

  • Traveling to Peru? Visit Hotel B

    Traveling to Peru? Visit Hotel B

    Take an exclusive tour inside Lima's most luxurious accommodations

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  • The Mystical Beauty of Peru’s North Coast

    The Mystical Beauty of Peru’s North Coast

    Explore the land of surf, sand and pisco sours

    From Huanchaco to Máncora to Punta Sal, the sleepy fishing villages of the North Coast of Peru have evolved into surfing mini-meccas due to their super long wave breaks and laidback atmosphere. Before we left for our trip to Los Órganos—a hamlet nine miles south of the beachy mainstay Máncora—a ... More

  • Exploring Peru’s Cordillera Blanca Mountain Range

    Exploring Peru’s Cordillera Blanca Mountain Range

    Going deep into the untamed heart of the Andes

    In 1859, a painting by Frederic Edwin Church depicting the mountains and jungles of South America’s Andes region toured the United States. An unprecedented 12,000 visitors in New York City alone paid 25 cents each to see the huge painting, where it was reported that, during viewings, women ... More

  • Room Request! Vira Vira

    Room Request! Vira Vira

    Earn your evening wine and cheese at this luxury lodge in Pucón, Chile

    The overused phrase “farm-to-table” has nearly lost its meaning amongst the foodie jetset, but in the case of Vira Vira, a luxury adventure lodge in the Lakes District of Chile, no description could be more accurate, or more welcome. Situated on a series of mini-islands on the Liucurá River, just ... More

  • The Most Beautiful Thing in the World Today: ​Kerala, India

    The Most Beautiful Thing in the World Today: ​Kerala, India

    ​See colorful photographs of the coastal state

    On Christmas Day, 2015, DuJour contributor—and serial traveler to India—Mark Hartman sat on the beach in the southern Indian state of Kerala, one of his favorite regions. “The beach was full of women wearing brightly colored saris, people playing in the water fully clothed, while others stared meditatively at the ... More