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Natasha Wolff

Deputy Editor


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.

Recent Articles
  • Work Out, Brooklyn

    Work Out, Brooklyn

    These 3 new exercise destinations have one thing in common: Williamsburg

    All of a sudden, Williamsburg—Brooklyn’s hip, edgy neighborhood—is flooded with fitness options for the yoga enthusiast, the Pilates prone and even cycling addicts. Check out a class at one of these new studios and cool off after with a greens juice or chia pudding at Juice Press, now ... More

  • The Blue Book Ball

    The Blue Book Ball

    Tiffany & Co celebrated Baz Luhrman's upcoming film The Great Gatsby with a '20s-inspired party

    Studded with celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson, Sarah Jessica Parker (donning $497,500 worth of Tiffany jewels), Jessica Biel and the film's star Carey Mulligan, the Jazz Age-inspired bash on Thursday night – set in a 31-foot-high Tiffany Blue Box covering Rockefeller Center’s famous ice rink – also ... More

  • Henry Street Settlement Gala

    Henry Street Settlement Gala

    See the beautiful faces that turned out on Thursday night to raise funds for the New York City-based non-profit.

    Designer Reed Krakoff, financier/writer Alexandra Lebenthal, and Carolina Gonzalez-Bunster, co-founder of the Walkabout Foundation, were the honorees at the Henry Street Settlement's annual dinner dance and auction, which took place on Thursday, April 4th. The non-profit serves New Yorkers by providing innovative ... More

  • I Love New York

    I Love New York

    Chef Daniel Humm shares his favorite places – all in the Big Apple, of course.

    Chef Daniel Humm, of Eleven Madison Park and the restaurant at the Nomad Hotel, has now added another title to his resume: Author. Keeping with the theme of his new book, I Love New York: Ingredients and Recipes (Ten Speed Press), we asked the cook ... More

  • 4 Hot, New Restaurants

    4 Hot, New Restaurants

    In the mood for a cozy, romantic dining experience or a '40s-inspired oyster bar? We have you covered.

    Restaurant: Clarkson (pictured right) Location: 225 Varick Street, Hudson Square Team: Owner Georges Forgeois (Le Singe Vert and Bar Tabac) and chef Rebecca Weitzman ('inoteca) Decor: Feels like an explorer's club that "evokes the notion of a deluxe train car from the golden age ... More

  • Holding Court With Roger Federer

    Holding Court With Roger Federer

    Learn the tennis star's style secrets, his hobbies and how he spends his time off

    On the court, Roger Federer is famously precise, powerful, determined, tough and dominant. He's also quite stylish. Even his very occasional bursts of hot-shot flair—look up "Federer between-the-legs winner" on YouTube—seem to be a result of practice and ruthless efficiency. Off the court, Federer's not much different. At 31, he ... More

  • Theory’s Andrew Rosen Is On A Mission

    Theory’s Andrew Rosen Is On A Mission

    The fashion mogul discusses his plans to help improve New York City’s ever-changing neighborhood: the Meatpacking District

    Andrew Rosen knows a thing or two about the Meatpacking District. In 2006, the Theory CEO opened the brand's flagship store – as well as its corporate headquarters  – on Gansevoort Street, in the heart of the cobblestone-street neighborhood. Since then, he's ... More

  • Celebrating Style and Substance

    Celebrating Style and Substance

    John Varvatos and friends toasted New York Fashion Week and the brand's new website design

    Vanessa Hudgens, Mick Rock and Vincent Piazza turned out for the launch of John Varvatos' redesigned website (www.johnvarvatos.com) on February 5 at Soho hot spot Houston Hall, where the Roots' Questlove spun a special set and editors, musicians and models enjoyed tasty hors d’oeuvres like tuna tacos, egg rolls ... More

  • STK Turns One!

    STK Turns One!

    The midtown steakhouse celebrates with Taylor Dayne and friends

    When it comes to steak, being well aged is important. The same is apparently true of steakhouses—if STK Midtown is any indicator. On January 30, the cavernous hotspot celebrated its one-year anniversary with a bash that drew bold-faced names including Selita Ebanks, Ice T, Tyson Beckford and many more.  “It’s ... More

  • Christina Ricci Creates Her Perfect Makeup Bag

    Christina Ricci Creates Her Perfect Makeup Bag

    The actress takes on the role of designer for Make Up For Ever

    For her first design assignment, actress Christina Ricci has created a studded, geometric-print Remix makeup bag for Make Up For Ever, which will debut in Los Angeles on February 1. The cosmetics brand is launching a nine-city tour aimed at educating consumers on how to apply their own makeup. ... More