Aurae releases the famed DJ’s limited edition credit card design
If Aurae’s goal to become “The World’s Most Innovative Credit Card” wasn’t enough, the company has just announced its latest endeavor: the chance for card users to gain access to the lifestyle of famed DJ and entertainer Steve Aoki. “I was amazed and impressed at the detail in the ... More
Aspiring designer Andrew Warren and his curated crew of privileged friends—a Trump, a Kennedy and a Matisse among them—are serious about leveraging social media to find their purpose, but often, they just feel seriously misunderstood
Down a private drive in the Hamptons, past a sign that reads “Warren on the Cobb,” sits a sprawling clapboard house, complete with a sparkling baby-blue pool, monogrammed deck furniture and the pièce de résistance floating expectantly in the center of the pool: a giant inflatable swan.
It’s raining today, the second weekend of the summer, and ... More
The founder and CEO of 5WPR shares tricks of his trade
As the founder, president, and CEO of 5WPR (one of the country’s largest independently-owned public relations firms), Ronn Torossian has positioned such notable brands as L’Oréal, Walgreens, and JetSmarter as integral components of not only popular consumer culture, but countless individuals’ everyday lives. As someone who has proven ... More
The entrepreneur and CEO of Related Companies shares his best advice
As the Chief Executive Officer of Related Companies, Jeff Blau heads one of the country’s largest private real estate developments: Hudson Yards, a more than 25-acre hub on Manhattan’s west side. The planned home of corporate headquarters, residences, a public school, parks, public artworks, and more, the site, Blau explains, ... More
From the beginning, my favorite part about DuJour has been that the topics that pique our interest run the gamut. Whether it’s real estate, culture, entertainment, or fashion, our goal is to invite readers to the places where luxury lives.
One such place, of course, is Hollywood, and over the course ... More
Throughout DuJour’s history, the Winter issue has been a special celebration of the on-screen achievements that will define the careers of great actors. While working on this magazine, the team and I were fortunate enough to experience some monumental moments of our own in the form of new business, outstanding ... More
Somewhere outside Sequoia National Park—and somewhere inside a yurt—a group of more than 50 turban-adorned women, clad in all white, are laughing uncontrollably. One of them is kicking drugs. Another is reeling from the dissolution of her 25-year marriage. Two are pregnant. And then there’s the famous face in the ... More
National Enquirer Editor-in-Chief Dylan Howard shares what he’s learned on the job at the 90-year-old publication
“You need look no further than the supermarket checkout to appreciate the impact the National Enquirer has had on modern journalism,” says the tabloid’s Editor-in-Chief Dylan Howard. The publication recently celebrated its 90th birthday—a feat that doesn’t seem as impossible when you consider that the paper came into the ... More
Sitting in a Los Angeles boardroom surrounded by cutting-edge engineering experts, you can find Neha Assar absentmindedly sketching henna designs in her notepad instead of running numbers.
“I feel like I have an eye for art. Anything that I see is artwork—it can be a pattern on a tile. It could ... More
It's no easy task to go from life behind a desk to life behind bars, but a good prison coach can make all the difference
For plenty of C-suite executives, having a consigliere—whether to assist in greasing wheels in Washington or counsel on the intricacies of international expansion—is a necessity. So, when Masters of the Universe find themselves facing time behind bars, many of them hire a prison coach.
Los Angeles–based consultant ... More