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Rachel Wallace

Associate Editor


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

Recent Articles
  • The Weekender: Lexington, Kentucky

    The Weekender: Lexington, Kentucky

    Slow down and enjoy a weekend in bourbon country

    No, this isn’t where the Kentucky Derby takes place. Smaller than its neighbor Louisville (the home of Churchill Downs) Lexington is less often discussed. The location of the University of Kentucky and the official “Horse Capital of the World,” this low-lying southern city is home to a handful of up-and-coming ... More

  • #TBT: Priscilla Faia

    #TBT: Priscilla Faia

    The star of You Me Her shares her favorite travel memory

    A synopsis of the show You Me Her reads a bit like a TLC reality show: Izzy (Priscilla Faia) is a graduate student moonlighting as an escort. Jack (Greg Poehler) and Emma (Rachel Blanchard) are a seemingly typical Portland couple who hire her to spice up their lackluster marriage. Throughout ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Bachelor Pad

    Drink DuJour: Bachelor Pad

    This drink is on the menu at the world’s best bar—seriously

    To label the quality of a bar is highly subjective. At the best places, there’s an ineffable vibration spurring the night along, allowing drinkers to surrender to their cocktails, but whenever I encounter that phenomenon, I wonder if it’s not simply my own life circumstances creating the perfect storm. More

  • #TBT: Leonardo Nam

    #TBT: Leonardo Nam

    The Westworld star shares the stories of two memorable red carpet moments—one with his mom, the other with Justin Timberlake

    Fans of Westworld, HBO’s successful foray into science fiction, know Leonardo Nam as lab technician Felix. One of the show’s few humans, he spent season one fixing up the lifelike robots which populate Westworld, a Wild West-inspired theme park. Unfortunately for fans, after a season finale full of twists, turns ... More

  • Inside a Luxe Upper West Side Building

    Inside a Luxe Upper West Side Building

    The five-bedroom penthouse at 210 West 77th Street recently sold for $20 million


  • Everything You Missed From the 89th Academy Awards

    Everything You Missed From the 89th Academy Awards

    What just happened?

    For the majority of last night’s Oscars, things were predictable. The cast and crew of La La Land reprised their Golden Globes performance, accepting six trophies (including Best Actress for Emma Stone) before it came time for Hollywood legends Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway to announce the last, and largest, ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Saturno Fresh

    Drink DuJour: Saturno Fresh

    Made with the magic of technology

    With everybody glued to their cell phones, it can sometimes feel like technology has officially taken over. But still, it’s not every day that you actually encounter the kind of futuristic advances imagined by shows like The Jetsons, where they had a flying car and a maid as a ... More

  • Room Request! Casa de Campo

    Room Request! Casa de Campo

    Inside the Dominican Republic paradise where the Kardashians, Drake and more A-listers have vacationed

    This retreat in La Romana, Dominican Republic brings luxury to the next level. There are, of course, your typical five-star rooms with ocean views and access to a plethora of amenities. For  the athletically-inclined, there are multiple golf courses, tennis courts, an equestrian center, a shooting center and a gym. ... More

  • Getaways Straight from the Movies

    Getaways Straight from the Movies

    Eight vacation destinations inspired by the films up for best picture at the 2017 Oscars


  • The Ruling on Rose Leslie

    The Ruling on Rose Leslie

    The actress who wooed Jon Snow on Game of Thrones suits up for The Good Fight

    In the opening scene of The Good Fight, the world of its acclaimed predecessor The Good Wife is transformed into a post-Trump world. The familiar face of Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski), network television’s favorite liberal boss lady, fills the frame, and pans out to her flipping off her television before ... More