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James Manso

Digital Editorial Intern


James Manso is a Digital Editorial Intern at DuJour, a student of Journalism and French at New York University, and the Editor-in-Chief of Verge Campus NYU. Before DuJour, he interned at Women’s Wear Daily and InStyle. His obsessions include fashion, art, cold brews from La Colombe, and the search for the perfect sheet mask (which he has yet to find). Follow his Twitter at @jameslmanso and Instagram at @jamesmanso.

Recent Articles
  • Houston’s Artistic Power Player

    Houston’s Artistic Power Player

    The curator who envisioned the massive retrospective on Vincent van Gogh this spring at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    An artist’s work is a window into their unconscious, and one ouvre that has particularly captivated art enthusiasts and novices alike is that of Vincent van Gogh, the Postimpressionist painter of some of the most iconic works of art of the 19th century. This spring, coming to ... More

  • John Tesar is On Top of The Food Chain

    John Tesar is On Top of The Food Chain

    Top Chef alum is bringing his Southern steak sensibilities to a surf and turf spot at Laguna Cliffs Resort

    Hot off the success of Knife, his award-winning restaurant in Dallas, Top Chef veteran and culinary wonder John Tesar decided to make his way westward for his next culinary venture. When he wound up in Laguna Beach, planning the launch of Outer Reef, a surf and turf restaurant he’s opening ... More

  • See How The Shoe Fits in NYC

    See How The Shoe Fits in NYC

    Luxury Italian footwear favorite Bruno Magli opens Soho concept store

    As the brand becomes older and the clients get younger, Italian luxury footwear legend Bruno Magli branches out, expanding its presence across the Atlantic. The brand’s new Manhattan boutique/concept store is set to open in Soho this September, just a stone’s throw away from other downtown outposts ... More

  • Brandon Haw Reflects on His Most Iconic Works

    Brandon Haw Reflects on His Most Iconic Works

    Architect Brandon Haw looks back on his highest-profile projects while looking forward to a new furniture line

    "Wouldn’t it be great to one day be inside that building?” Brandon Haw asked himself when he was 18, on his first visit to New York. He was standing in the plaza on 52nd Street and Park Avenue, just in front of the Seagram Building: Ludwig Mies ... More

  • Z Zegna Does Glam On The Go

    Z Zegna Does Glam On The Go

    Z Zegna's new machine-washable suit perfectly marries convenience and taste

    “Wool” and “washability” seldom go together, so when the tailors at Italian fashion house Z Zegna came up with a machine-washable suit, we were all ears. The brand’s Techmerino Wash & Go suit is made of treated merino wool, meaning it’s just as soft as it is ... More

  • The Weekender: Paris, France

    The Weekender: Paris, France

    Ever wonder where to find the ultimate éclair or croque monsieur? Behold our guide to the sparkling city on the Seine

    With requisite wines, baguettes, and cheeses aplenty, it’s hard to have a bad dining experience in Paris. But not all Parisian bistros were created equal, and why go all the way to France for anything less than an authentic, hole-in-the-wall experience? So to avoid becoming that American tourist in Paris, ... More

  • Feast Your Eyes on These Sunnies

    Feast Your Eyes on These Sunnies

    Shop our favorite new eyewear for fall from none other than it-bag heavyweights Loewe and eyewear brand Thélios

    Finding an it-bag? Easy stuff. Nabbing the perfect pair of sunglasses? Much harder, until now. Masterbrand of all buzz-worthy accessories Loewe, in collaboration with eyewear brand Thélios, are bringing their allure to the sunglass sector, with shades just as unconventional and irresistible as their ... More

  • Exotic Style Experimentation

    Exotic Style Experimentation

    Luxe fashion house Louis Vuitton has given itself a colorful makeover inspired by Japanese methods

    Louis Vuitton has ventured into pearlized surfaces, gilding, and even hand-painting their bags, but this season’s experimentation pays homage to tried-and-true methods. Inspired by various Japanese finishing methods, reptilian hides are given a colorful makeover. The brand’s take on the indigo-dyeing method of shibori emulates the effect ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Moët Ice Cold

    Drink DuJour: Moët Ice Cold

    Celebrate the bubbly way with the latest in experiential cocktails at The Surf Lodge in the Hamptons

    As summer cools down, so do our beverages. While champagne, the beloved drink of choice for the elite, may seem best served chilled, the champagne purveyors over at Moët & Chandon have caught on to the on-the-rocks approach adopted by many contemporary bartenders. The team behind the fine winery has ... More

  • Shop Our Top 5 Favorite Scalp Scrubs

    Shop Our Top 5 Favorite Scalp Scrubs

    The latest haircare trend doesn’t believe in treating the hair at all. Try directing your focus to your scalp instead