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Lindsay Silberman

Senior Editor


Lindsay Silberman is a Senior Editor at DuJour Magazine. Her work has been published in GQMen’s Fitness, Playboy and Zagat. Lindsay was a Staff Editor at TVGuide.com prior to joining DuJour; she began her career as a business reporter at Inc. Magazine. An avid traveler, she’s perpetually planning for her next global getaway. Lindsay lives in New York City and graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University.

Recent Articles
  • Travel Diary: Marrakech

    Travel Diary: Marrakech

    An extra-sensory journey through Morocco’s bustling imperial city


  • Michelin-Star Love Stories

    Michelin-Star Love Stories

    The country’s top chefs share the personal (and romantic!) stories of the meal that won over their spouse

    If you're wining and dining that special someone, do it like a Michelin-starred chef. Below, nine hopelessly romantic culinary masters dish on how they found love at first bite. Yes, edible flowers are sometimes involved. Either way, you'll want to take notes.  Massimo ... More

  • Room Request! Four Seasons Chiang Mai

    Room Request! Four Seasons Chiang Mai

    At this secluded oasis in Northern Thailand, the best rooms have views of sweeping rice paddies

    If you happen to arrive at the Four Seasons Chiang Mai around 5 p.m., you’ll be greeted by more than just the friendly staff. Two massive water buffaloes—one of them albino—serve as a welcoming committee, alongside a dozen gardeners and farmers who frequently serenade guests upon arrival. This isn’t just a ... More

  • What’s For Lunch?

    What’s For Lunch?

    Chefs Geoffrey Zakarian and Marc Murphy on fancier, kid-friendly school lunch alternatives

    Your kid is sporting the "it" backpack and must-have sneakers this back-to-school season, but when it comes to the lunch they're bringing to school… you know they deserve better. Lackluster turkey wraps and uninspiring PB&J sandwiches just aren't cutting it anymore, so we asked two A-list chefs: What do your ... More

  • Is “Organic” the Future of Winemaking?

    Is “Organic” the Future of Winemaking?

    In the first of a three-part series, we reveal the real story about sustainable, organic and biodynamic wine. Is it all it's cracked up to be?

    The wine world is ever-evolving—a seemingly endless flow of new expressions, brands, styles, regions and winemakers—so for the casual oenophile, it’s often hard to determine which trends are worth taking seriously. Here’s an example: If you think that rosé should be strictly reserved for summer… think again. As ... More

  • The Robot Revolution Is Here

    The Robot Revolution Is Here

    High-tech humanoids are about to hijack the home


  • The 10-Step Spring Closet Cleanse

    The 10-Step Spring Closet Cleanse

    Professionals share their secrets to an impeccably organized, expertly edited closet

    Professional organizer Justin Klosky can officially confirm: "spring cleaning" isn’t just a figure of speech. Klosky is the founder of O.C.D. Experience, a company that lends an organizational hand to high-end clients, celebrities and brands like Saks Fifth Avenue. “People get a little more worked up during this ... More

  • Don’t Serve Champagne in a Flute & More Tips

    A Champagne Connoisseur's Top Tips

    A bubbly expert who’s sipped over 8,000 different varieties gives DuJour a lesson in tasting, storage, pairing and more

    Perhaps no one in the world is more knowledgeable on the subject of champagne than Richard Juhlin, a Swedish bubbly fanatic who's sampled an estimated 8,000 different bottles. And besides holding an actual world record for most champagne tasted, the expert is released a 400-page hardcover book to share his ... More

  • Extreme Vacations for the Ultimate Adventurer

    Extreme Vacations for the Ultimate Adventurer

    Perspective-building excursions that inspire, captivate and thrill

    When Mark Lakin and Marc Chafiian left their cushy corporate jobs to start Epic Road, a boutique travel company, their goal was to create life-changing journeys for a high-end clientele. Since the company launched in 2011, they've taken clients around the world—combining luxury and adventure with authentic local ... More

  • Unreal (But True) Requests for the Private Concierge

    Unreal (But True) Requests for the Private Concierge

    From sourcing an off-the-runway coat to flying in live chickens from Greece, four companies have made the impossible possible

    Every day presents a new set of challenges for the New York-based concierge company Insider, according to its CEO Lindsi Shine. The company, which was founded 10 years ago, assists its high net-worth clients in everything from securing a coveted restaurant reservation to planning a citywide scavenger hunt ... More