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Juli Mosoff

Senior Web Producer


Julianne Mosoff—better known by her nickname, Juli—is a contributing web writer for DuJour. A journalism graduate of New York University, Juli’s written about everything from growing organic tomatoes at Prevention to Katy Perry’s hair at OK! before settling into the arts and culture niche at DuJour. In her spare time, Juli likes to traipse about New York City and the surrounding boroughs, usually with an iced coffee in hand, taking pictures of graffiti and street art and anything else interesting that comes her way. 

Recent Articles
  • On Display: “X”

    On Display: “X”

    Artist Felix R. Cid creates incredible works of art from his music festival photographs

    If you visit A+E Studios in Lower Manhattan through the end of this month, you'll find millions of faces staring back at you. The large-format canvases will first appear blurred, a collection of explosions in skin-toned pointillism, but take a step closer and you'll see each canvas isn't ... More

  • On Display: Charles March’s “Wood Land”

    On Display: Charles March’s “Wood Land”

    A unique technique gives this British Lord's photographs an abstract effect

    If you visit the Venus Over Manhattan gallery in New York City during the next few weeks, you might think you've walked into an exhibit of carefully composed oil paintings depicting a forest. But upon closer inspection, it’s clear that these striking, sometimes haunting images aren't the work ... More

  • On Display: 20th Century Icons

    On Display: 20th Century Icons

    A touring collection of iconic modern works makes its way to San Diego

    The arrival of traveling exhibit Gauguin to Warhol: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery at the San Diego Museum of Art marks one of the most exciting—and expansive—openings on the West Coast this year. The result of three years of discussion between the museum and the Buffalo, ... More

  • On Display: Richard Nonas

    On Display: Richard Nonas

    A museum-quality post-minimalist sculpture exhibition hits New York

    New York-based artist Richard Nonas finally gets the reception he deserves this month at Fergus McCaffrey Gallery with the opening of his new self-titled solo exhibition. Though the artist's earthy, natured-based work has sometimes slipped through the cracks of enthusiasts in favor of more recognizable names like Richard Serra and ... More

  • On Display: ITALIANY

    On Display: ITALIANY

    A series of stunning photographs capture the Italian experience in New York

    It's difficult to think of a location more heavily influenced by outside culture than New York City. As the historical immigrant entry point to America, our art, architecture, style, cuisine and identity as a whole has been shaped by the huddled masses that now call this city home. And this ... More

  • Room Request! The Rosewood Mayakoba

    Room Request! The Rosewood Mayakoba

    Take a look inside the largest private villa in the Riviera Maya—and find out which A-list celebrity recently stayed there

    At Rosewood Mayakoba in Riviera Maya, each of the hotel’s 130 stand-alone suites is outfitted with a private pool, rooftop terrace and boat deck, plus beautiful views of the sweeping lagoon the resort is built over. But there’s one villa in particular that stands out from the rest, consistently drawing ... More

  • On Display: The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec

    On Display: The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec

    An expansive exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art brings Moulin Rouge to New York City

    Travel back in time to the enchanting era of Paris’s Belle Époque this summer with The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Posters, the Museum of Modern Art's extensive collection of the famed artist's work. Drawing solely from the museum's own archives, the 100-piece exhibit provides a fascinating look into the ... More

  • Gilded Summer

    Hair Accessories Go Gold

    Designer Vanessa Seward lends her aesthetic to Kérastase's new hair accessory line

    With August rapidly approaching, it's easy to fall victim to the summer blues. All of your colorful maxis are starting to feel so last season and those bathing suits that looked great in June are now showing the wear and tear of days spent on the beach. To add a ... More

  • Your Denim Favorites from the ’90s Are Back

    Your Denim Favorites from the ’90s Are Back

    Lottie Moss follows in sister Kate’s footsteps as the face of Calvin Klein's new resurgence collection

    The fashion industry collectively nodded in approval this week as 16-year-old Lottie Moss was named the face of the Calvin Klein Jeans x mytheresa.com The Re-Issue Project line. The special edition women's capsule includes modernized versions of Calvin Klein’s nine most iconic pieces, originally made famous by Lottie’s sister Kate ... More

  • From Bergdorfs to Broadway

    From Bergdorfs to Broadway

    Fashion designers Isabel and Ruben Toledo reveal what it was like to create the costumes for Broadway's After Midnight

    It's a warm spring afternoon and light is shining through the glass roof in Isabel and Ruben Toledo's studio. The midtown space houses a pair of ceiling-high cactus plants—one was a gift from Woody Allen—standing guard outside the fashion designer's workroom, office, and ever-fluctuating archive. Lately, the sketches and designs ... More