Natasha Wolff is the Deputy Editor of DuJour magazine. Prior to joining the magazine for its launch in July 2012, she was a staff editor at Us Weekly. For the last decade, she’s worked for print and online publications, both writing and editing. After graduating from Brown University, she took a position at Harper’s Bazaar working in the fashion features department under Kristina O’Neill.
In 2008 Natasha was hired to create a news section for InStyle magazine, coinciding with the Time Inc. fashion monthly’s first redesign. She edited the beauty, fashion, parties, culture, health, fitness and hospitality coverage for the front of book section, which fast became one of the magazine’s most popular, online and off.
At DuJour, she oversees the Cities section, which is one-third of the magazine; the section covers regional news in upscale retail, society, the arts, restaurants and hotels. Natasha also contributes feature ideas to other parts of the magazine, assigning stories to freelance writers and personally interviewing Drew Barrymore, Hugh Jackman and Cate Blanchett.
How one private aviation company is lending a hand during this pandemic and encouraging others to join their movement
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Find out exactly how to spend the ultimate weekend in this mountain town
There is so much to love about vacationing in Aspen, Colorado. From the world class restaurants to the most elegant, full-service hotels to the shopping, nightlife and culture—and, oh, wait, skiing—there is something for every kind of traveler and sportsman. Where to Stay: With rooms recently renovated by designer Alexandra Champalimaud ... More
A new exhibition of Donald Judd’s work at MoMA opens March 1
Opening March 1 and on view through July 11, the Museum of Modern Art presents a landmark exhibition of American artist Donald Judd, the first of its kind in the United States in 30 years. The show of 70 paintings, sculptures, drawings ... More
The installation at Chicago's MoCA is a choose-your-own-adventure look at materialism
This winter, the Museum of Contemporary Art presents “Mika Rottenberg: Easypieces,” a solo exhibition of the Argentine-Israeli video artist Mika Rottenberg. The artist’s immersive installations use satire to explore issues of the material word and environmental and commercial concerns. Her kinetic sculptures that transform and ... More
For artist Nick Moss, steel is his canvas
Michigan-bred artist Nick Moss has been surrounded by steel his entire life. He first got acquainted with the material growing up on a farm and parlayed that into a high school job at an industrial contracting company. “I was a farm kid. I was always surrounded ... More
The Chicago-based beauty brand is changing the skincare game
Desiree Rogers, the former CEO of Johnson Publishing which owned Fashion Fair Cosmetics for women of color, has just announced her next move as co-owner and CEO of the Black Opal beauty brand. After initially approaching the owners two years ago, Rogers (who also served as ... More
A NoMad restaurant and floral boutique hired a team of women to design the vibrant, bloom-centric space
Italian for “the florist,” the restaurant, floral boutique, and community education space Il Fiorista in New York City’s NoMad neighborhood is a celebration of all things flowers. Co-owner Alessandra De Benedetti tapped a female-led team of designers for the light-filled, 85-seat restaurant space, from architect Elizabeth ... More
His most acclaimed works and lesser-known pieces will all be on display in this vibrant retrospective
The “Andy Warhol: Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again” retrospective will arrive at the Art Institute of Chicago from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). Warhol authority and former senior curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art Donna De Salvo ... More
Nine wildly talented chefs are finally getting their due in the male-dominated restaurant industry. Make your reservations now
Fostering female talent in top restaurants hasn’t always been easy for restaurateurs over the decades. Of course, there were trailblazers like Alice Waters at Chez Panisse, Lidia Bastianich at Felidia, and Nancy Silverton at Mozza. But in the past few years, chefs such as Niki Nakayama of the Michelin-starred ... More
The starlet fills us in on her new projects, her unconventional characters, and the no-holds-barred book that’s on her nightstand
If it seems like you’re seeing Gugu Mbatha-Raw everywhere lately, it isn’t your imagination. This past fall, the actress was on the promotional trail for not just one but two acting projects, which, in the perfect confluence of events, were both released on the same day, ... More