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Rachel Wallace

Associate Editor


Rachel Wallace is an Associate Editor at DuJour. Find her on Twitter and Instagram at @rachwall_.

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  • The Book and Exhibit Unmasking Margiela This Summer

    The Book and Exhibit Unmasking Margiela This Summer

    Both look back on Martin Margiela’s influential period at Hermès

    One of fashion’s most elusive personalities, the J.D. Salinger–esque Martin Margiela, will be under the magnifying glass in the designer’s native Belgium through the end of August. The retrospective at ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Fern Gully

    Drink DuJour: Fern Gully

    Best enjoyed with mountain views

    After a recently completed renovation, Scribner’s Catskill Lodge in upstate New York is the sheer epitome of rustic luxury. With clean, farmhouse-inspired decor and an elevated on-site restaurant called Prospect, it's a popular weekend getaway for chic city-dwellers looking to escape to the mountains. But it’s ... More

  • Cory Hardrict on the Long-Awaited Tupac Biopic

    Cory Hardrict on the Long-Awaited Tupac Biopic

    The actor plays the bad guy in All Eyez On Me

    In the over two decades since the death of Tupac Shakur, the legendary rapper has been elevated to a borderline Christ-like status. Fueled by the mystery surrounding his murder in 1996, his well-known feud with East Coast rapper The Notorious B.I.G. (who was killed less than a year later in ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Texas to Tokyo

    Drink DuJour: Texas to Tokyo

    Like a Quentin Tarantino movie, this drink has quite the kick

    You can now step inside the surreal world of Quentin Tarantino—without fear of bodily harm. Past a hidden door inside what appears to be a VHS rental store in Cincinnati, OH, lies a speakeasy dedicated entirely to the cult-favorite filmmaker. “All of our cocktails are nods to Tarantino movies,” ... More

  • Room Request! WestHouse Hotel

    Room Request! WestHouse Hotel

    Inside this hidden gem in Manhattan

    In the midst of many of New York City’s most famous landmarks (Times Square, Carnegie Hall and MoMa are all mere blocks away) WestHouse Hotel is surprisingly private and elegant. With 172 rooms, the property is reminiscent of a doorman building, and the best amenities on offer lend ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Almond Blossom Royale

    Drink DuJour: Almond Blossom Royale

    This Pisco drink is worth going to Midtown for

    Unlike other Manhattan neighborhoods, Midtown wasn’t made for meandering. Personally, if I do have to walk through the area, I’m usually focused on elbowing my way through throngs of tourists to reach my destination. Recently, though, to my pleasant surprise, I was introduced to a hidden gem of sorts ... More

  • The Weekender: Williamsburg

    The Weekender: Williamsburg

    Get a taste of this trendy enclave of New York City

    As a New Yorker, it’s hard for me to imagine what I’d put on my itinerary if I only had one quick weekend jaunt to explore this entire amazing city. Covering every awe-inspiring, off beat nook and cranny would be physically impossible, and perhaps that’s exactly why those who live ... More

  • Room Request! Bungalow Long Branch

    Room Request! Bungalow Long Branch

    Inside a boutique hotel on the Jersey Shore

    For a number of reasons, the Jersey Shore doesn’t always automatically bring to mind images of luxe hotels and pristine beaches. But those who grew up summering there know that the Garden State’s coastline is full of idyllic enclaves, despite what the rest of the country has been led to ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Le Grand Fizz

    Drink DuJour: Le Grand Fizz

    Best enjoyed at the end of the world (in Montauk, that is)

    Memorial Day weekend—the official start of summer—is upon us. For throngs of New Yorkers, this means heading “out East” to The Hamptons to soak up some sun and do some serious socializing. Those shacking up at Surf Lodge in Montauk can look forward to a weekend of concerts ... More

  • Essentials for a Poolside Memorial Day Weekend

    Essentials for a Poolside Memorial Day Weekend

    Everything you need to make the most of the first official weekend of summer