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Rachel Wallace

Associate Editor

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

Recent Articles
  • #TBT: Cornelius Smith Jr.

    #TBT: Cornelius Smith Jr.

    The Scandal actor shares a cute moment from his childhood in Detroit

    Scandal fans are used to seeing Cornelius Smith Jr. embroiled in the tense world of D.C. politics in his role as Marcus Walker, a “gladiator” at Olivia Pope & Associates. Here, he shares a sweet snapshot from a much simpler time, playing with his brother as a kid in Detroit, ... More

  • Drink DuJour: The Origin

    Drink DuJour: The Origin

    This drink will literally transport you to the Scottish Highlands

    Cocktails, like all things that speak to the senses, can take you places. For example, syrupy cranberry juice mixed with vodka takes me right back to college. But in a more serious display of ingenuity, the Lobby Bar at One Aldwych hotel in London’s theater district is offering up a drink ... More

  • Meet the Stars of The White Princess

    Meet the Stars of The White Princess

    Jodie Comer and Jacob Collins-Levy on sassing up the Middle Ages

    When it comes to English royals of yesteryear, Henry VIII and his revolving door of wives have been enjoying a long and cushy reign over the realm of modern day historical fiction. With the premiere of The White Princess, a much-needed challenger has emerged. Henry VII and his wife, Elizabeth ... More

  • Room Request! InterContinental New York Barclay

    Room Request! InterContinental New York Barclay

    The new Harold S. Vanderbilt Penthouse goes for $25,000 per night

    Luxury can mean many things. When referring to a hotel suite in particular, it’s possible for the term to conjure images of sleek, modern, trendy decor or cutting edge amenities you would have never even thought of otherwise (think of Dream’s storied sneaker concierge). On the opposite side of ... More

  • Travel Diary: the Cast of Ghost in the Shell in New Zealand

    Travel Diary: the Cast of Ghost in the Shell in New Zealand

    Scarlett Johansson and castmates share images from their time exploring the area

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  • Drink DuJour: Tavo’s Fashioned

    Drink DuJour: Tavo’s Fashioned

    Now playing in the West Village

    If you’re an epicure in New York City, Tavo, with its multicultural menu of fusion delicacies like chorizo shumai and Cuban lasagna, is probably somewhere on your running list of places to try—but cocktail enthusiasts should also take note. The drink menu is equally interesting, and their riff on ... More

  • #TBT: Sarah Wayne Callies

    #TBT: Sarah Wayne Callies

    See a rare behind-the-scenes image from the early days of The Walking Dead

    It used to be that when a beloved television show ended, fans were forced to mourn their favorite characters and move on. More and more nowadays, shows of yesterday (but not too long ago) are getting rebooted. In the last few months, fans have tuned in to new versions of ... More

  • A Look Inside 5 NYC Landmarks

    A Look Inside 5 NYC Landmarks

    Formed in the past, these iconic structures are functioning in the present

    New Yorkers can often be heard collectively agonizing over changes to their city’s veneer. Thankfully for the nostalgic, the Landmarks Preservation Commission—established in 1965 in response to the demolition of McKim, Mead, and White’s original Pennsylvania ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Hibiscus Margarita

    Drink DuJour: Hibiscus Margarita

    What to drink if you find yourself in Marfa

    There comes a time when you must ask yourself, how far are you willing to go for a good Margarita? Three hours from the closest airport, the famed Texas town of Marfa is as remote as it gets. Nevertheless, its numerous art galleries, cultural events and mysterious reputation continue ... More

  • Room Request! 21c Museum Hotel

    Room Request! 21c Museum Hotel

    This southern destination doubles as a modern art gallery

    Lexington, Kentucky is best known as the horse capital of the world. It’s where the winningest thoroughbred racehorses are born and bred, and the majestic stallion is far and away the quintessential symbol of the city. A downtown hotel in the former Fayette National Bank building, however, is home ... More