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Kasey Caminiti

Senior Digital Editor

Bio:

Kasey Caminiti is the Senior Digital Editor at DuJour. Before DuJour she was a copywriter and web producer at a travel company, an intern at Nickelodeon and at Cumulus Broadcasting. A self-proclaimed music junkie, she enjoys festivals and concerts on the weekends or snuggling with her Boston Terrier, Rufio. Follow her on Instagram at @aseykay.

Recent Work
  • Behind the Exhibit: Chris Johanson: Possibilities

    Behind the Exhibit: Chris Johanson: Possibilities

    Discover artwork in the form of social documentary

    Mitchell-Innes & Nash recently debuted a new exhibit in Chelsea, Manhattan, on view from April 6 – May 13, 2017. Chris Johanson: Possibilities showcases new paintings and works on paper that invite you to physically interact with the art. Johanson’s work engages with the reflective qualities of making art. “I ... More

  • A Movement for Self-Acceptance

    A Movement for Self-Acceptance

    Get an inside look at the mother-daughter duo behind StyleLikeU's new book, True Style is What's Underneath

    Mother-daughter team Elisa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum’s new book True Style is What's Underneath: The Self-Acceptance Revolution is meant to empower women of all ages, body types and races. Nearly six years ago, the duo created the brand StyleLikeU with the mission of challenging stereotypes that were born from the fashion ... More

  • Epic Outdoor Music Venues

    Epic Outdoor Music Venues

    Add these to your bucket list

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  • Check Out These Rare Retro Ray-Bans

    Check Out These Rare Retro Ray-Bans

    The brand’s newest style, Meteor, is a classic ‘60s throwback

    Responsible for designing some of the most iconic sunglass styles, such as the Aviator and Wayfarer, Ray-Ban has solidified itself as a trendsetter over the years. From Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s to Tom Cruise in Top Gun, actors who don this brand are instantly propelled to fashion notoriety. ... More

  • Tennis Talk Yours, Conditionally

    Tennis Talk Yours, Conditionally

    Vocalist Alaina Moore describes the sailing trip that birthed the duo's newest album

    Together, Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore, a husband-wife duo based out of Denver, Colorado, make up Tennis. The band released its first album Cape Dory following an eight-month long sailing expedition. Now, nearly seven years later, Tennis has released their fourth studio album titled Yours, Conditionally, and fittingly, to make ... More

  • Prince’s Protégé Gets Real

    Prince’s Protégé Gets Real

    Andy Allo opens up about new music, working with a legend and Pitch Perfect 3

    Andy Allo complimented my shoes. I gushed over her lavender-colored hair. We chatted about her newly released EP One Step Closer and then, she shared with me a sacred piece of advice from her mentor, none other than the late Prince. “It’s easy to want to be someone else, especially ... More

  • A Decade of The Maine

    A Decade of The Maine

    The band's frontman John O'Callaghan talks Lovely, Little, Lonely and his fashion style

    The Maine celebrated their tenth anniversary of being a band by hosting a music festival in their hometown of Phoenix, Arizona in January. The lineup for 8123 Fest included The Summer Set, The Technicolors, Beach Weather and more. The five-piece pop band are set to release their sixth studio album ... More

  • Refreshing Spring Cocktails

    Refreshing Spring Cocktails

    Savor the season's flavors

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  • ZZ Ward is Gritty

    ZZ Ward is Gritty

    The singer talks upcoming music, her first band with her dad and the Spice Girls

    Zsuzsanna Eva Ward, known professionally as ZZ Ward, is gearing up to release her second studio album this summer. After seeing much success from her first album Til the Casket Drops with hits like “Put the Gun Down” and “Love 3x” she is ready to get back to her roots ... More

  • Sundara Karma at SXSW 2017

    Sundara Karma at SXSW 2017

    The emerging foursome took over Austin, Texas at this year's South by Southwest

    The foursome from Reading, England is made up of vocalist/guitarist Oscar Pollock, drummer Haydn Evans, bassist Dom Cordell, and guitarist Ally Baty. The indie-rock band has been compared to the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Arcade Fire and U2. The British newcomers have played the acclaimed Reading Festival in the United ... More