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Rachel Wallace

Editorial Assistant


Rachel Wallace is an Editorial Assistant at DuJour and a graduate of the University of South Carolina. She previously interned at Liquor.com and can be found on Twitter and Instagram at @rachwall_.

Recent Articles
  • An Upstate Weekend With the Rockefellers

    An Upstate Weekend With the Rockefellers

    How the famous family’s legacy endures north of New York City

    If you were to head north out of Manhattan on a quest for peace, quiet and oneness with nature, Pocantico Hills, New York might be the first place you’d be absolutely guaranteed to find it. A 40 minute drive up the Saw Mill Parkway or a roughly equal train ride ... More

  • Inside Susan Sontag’s Former Penthouse

    Inside Susan Sontag’s Former Penthouse

    Chelsea Clinton, Annie Leibovitz and Debbie Harry have also called this West Chelsea apartment building home


  • Drink DuJour: Spritzing Sie Deutsche

    Drink DuJour: Spritzing Sie Deutsche

    The drink that will change your mind about Jägermeister

    At first glance, this recipe may turn off less-than-adventurous drinkers, thanks to the presence of that strange and particular German potion, Jägermeister. Rest assured, there’s nothing to be worried about. In fact, Brian Prugalidad, the bartender at Campfire in San Diego, created this sippable, summery drink with the specific intent ... More

  • #TBT: Ariyon Bakare

    #TBT: Ariyon Bakare

    The actor on life’s journey and filming Life with Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds

    Without really meaning to, Ariyon Bakare has become a familiar face for sci-fi and fantasy fans. With roles in films like Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Jupiter Ascending and the popular British television shows Doctor Who and Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell, the 46-year-old actor seems to have ... More

  • A Hawaiian Top Chef Star on Poke

    A Hawaiian Top Chef Star on Poke

    Chef Sheldon Simeon talks about the island origins of this trendy dish

    Whether poke bowls are here to stay remains to be seen, but the Hawaiian-inspired dish is certainly catching on quickly across the mainland. Pokéworks, a Chipotle-esque chain restaurant where you can build your own poke bowl, has locations in nine states and is rapidly growing. Most recently, they enlisted the ... More

  • 5 of the Most Elite Summer Camps

    5 of the Most Elite Summer Camps

    Apply early to snag a spot at any of these action-packed—and expensive—retreats for kids

    In many communities, sending the kids to sleepaway camp is an absolute must. Color wars, songs around the fire and “camp friends” are traditions that get passed down through generations, but for the wealthy, there’s far more to be found at these lakeside utopias. While parents take the opportunity to ... More

  • 4 Suspenseful Spring Break Reads

    4 Suspenseful Spring Break Reads

    Page-turners to dive into this vacation


  • Drink DuJour: Treaty of Velasco

    Drink DuJour: Treaty of Velasco

    Everything’s purple-r in Texas

    Though the Lone Star state’s public persona can be somewhat rough around the edges, the hills of central Texas are home to a growing number of farms producing one of the most relaxing and gorgeous plants on the planet—lavender. At The Inn at Dos Brisas, a luxurious getaway situated ... More

  • Peek Through the Windows at Tiffany

    Peek Through the Windows at Tiffany

    Five artists whose work will be included in the highly anticipated Whitney Biennial, opening Friday, were asked to design pieces and window displays with the famous jewelry brand


  • #TBT: Efrat Dor

    #TBT: Efrat Dor

    The Israeli actress shares a childhood photo and tells why her new film The Zookeeper’s Wife hits so close to home

    A well-known presence on Israeli television, Efrat Dor is quite ready to meet the rest of the world, and later this month, she’ll do just that when she appears alongside Jessica Chastain in The Zookeeper’s Wife. In the period drama set in Poland during the Holocaust, Dor plays Madalena ... More