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Jessica Khorsandi

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Jessica Khorsandi is a writer, aspiring novelist and self-proclaimed foodie and news junkie. A born and raised New Yorker and native of Long Island, she graduated from New York University with a degree in Journalism.

    Recent Articles
    • Inside a Sunny (and Gorgeous!) Tribeca Loft

      Inside a Sunny (and Gorgeous!) Tribeca Loft

      When can we move in?

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    • 8 Talented Tattoo Artists on Instagram

      8 Talented Tattoo Artists on Instagram

      Looking to get inked? Follow these accounts first

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    • Stroller Valets Are the Most Park Slope Thing Ever

      Stroller Valets Are the Most Park Slope Thing Ever

      This luxury Brooklyn condo is lending a hand with buggy storage and service

      The developers of Park Slope’s 251 First Street are going the extra mile to attract new families to the 11-story luxury condo. And we’re not talking building a yoga studio for mommies and babies (though that’s not a bad idea). This amenity is far ritzier: stroller valet service. The ... More

    • The Fanciest Purchases You Can Make on an App

      The Fanciest Purchases You Can Make on an App

      You're just one tap away from these luxurious on-the-go transactions

      In the world of ever-evolving technology, mobile apps are becoming a crucial part of our day-to-day, helping us accomplish everything from booking a doctor’s appointment to hailing a car. Even serious elements of the luxury market are available on the go via smartphone, from purchasing diamond engagement rings to renting ... More

    • 6 Top Spas on the High Seas

      6 Top Spas on the High Seas

      Relax and unwind with luxury treatments on your next cruise

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    • New York’s Exclusive Plastic Surgery Club

      New York’s Exclusive Plastic Surgery Club

      This members-only beauty boutique is seriously selective

      The latest “club” in New York City doesn’t have a line or velvet rope at the door, but it does require a membership to get in.  Sub Rosa Concierge Aesthetics, a private cosmetic surgery boutique spearheaded by certified plastic surgeon Dr. Sonita Sadio, offers Botox injections, collagen fillers and ... More

    • 6 Ways to Keep Kids Busy During Spring Break

      6 Ways to Keep Kids Busy During Spring Break

      Style Me Pretty Living's Abby Larson shares DIY crafts that'll occupy your brood for hours on end

      Take your vacation to another level this spring break with fun activities for your kids to do at home, abroad or aboard a plane. Below, Style Me Pretty Living founder and lifestyle expert Abby Larson tells DuJour how to bring creative crafts to life that children (and parents) will love.  Salt Art Draw ... More

    • Pat McGrath’s New Strobing Kit Will Transform Your Skin

      Pat McGrath’s New Strobing Kit Will Transform Your Skin

      Get ready for Skin Fetish 003

      The Internet is already abuzz about Pat McGrath’s new beauty launch—the third to debut from the legendary makeup artist's innovative Labs concept. The reception is to be expected, of course, considering the pro's cult following and signature presence at top runway shows. Skin Fetish 003 (as it’s aptly named) is ... More

    • Drink DuJour: Death Star

      Drink DuJour: Death Star

      What to order during your next trip to Sushi Roxx

      If Sushi Roxx isn’t on your radar, it definitely should be. The Japanese dining-nightclub hybrid–adorned with spinning disco balls and geisha Pop Art—is a go-to destination for delicious food and cocktails served up by waiters who sing to the tunes of today’s top 40 hits with a choreographed ... More

    • Inside a Rehab Center for the Ultra-Wealthy

      Inside a Rehab Center for the Ultra-Wealthy

      Cliffside Malibu goes the extra mile (and then some) for its patients

      Cliffside Malibu—with its heated lap pool, meditation garden and luxurious bedrooms—resembles a five-star boutique hotel much more than an average rehab center. And that’s just the way founder (and former addict) Richard Taite likes it. For Taite—who at his lowest point could only afford to eat one Big Mac per ... More