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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
  • Art Basel Miami: What Were Your Best Moments?

    Art Basel Miami: What Were Your Best Moments?

    Tastemakers shared their personal highlights from this year's art and design fairs

    DuJour asked festival-goers to tell us their three favorite moments from this year's Art Basel Miami Beach. Aggie Gund, art collector *It's always impossible to feel like you can see or do enough during Art Basel-this year was no exception. One highlight was a wonderful 30-year retrospective of the work of fashion ... More

  • DVF Loves Evian

    DVF Loves Evian

    Diane von Furstenberg has created a special bottle as part of the French water brand's designer series

    Designer Diane von Furstenberg's creativitiy knows no bounds. Having designed everything from her fashion line to jewelry with H. Stern and even a bedding collection, she's now turned her attention to water. She has teamed up with Evian to design the French company's 2013 limited ... More

  • Morgans Hotel Group Expands to the Skies

    Morgans Hotel Group Expands to the Skies

    The hotelier takes contemporary art to new heights with its public artist series at Art Basel Miami Beach

    Flying high above the crowds at Art Basel Miami Beach this first week of December, beachgoers and art enthusiasts can experience a far-reaching aerial art project across the city's skyline.    (Jenny Holzer's "Protect Me From What I Want") Morgans Hotel Group's cultural ambassador and curator  More

  • Tea Is Served, A La Madeline, At the Carlyle

    Tea Is Served, A La Madeline, At the Carlyle

    The legendary New York City hotel hosts a children's tea party series

    Something’s brewing at the Carlyle Hotel. Every Saturday through Dec. 22, the Upper East Side classic is hosting its winter Madeline Tea Series, which features storyteller and musician Tina de Varon reading and performing the beloved Madeline stories for kids and their grown-up companions. More

  • Up Close and Personal With Artist Aaron Sandnes

    Up Close and Personal With Artist Aaron Sandnes

    The LA-based artist opens up about "Desire Armed," his new series of drawings on view at LAXART

    Artist Aaron Sandnes made a splash in 2009 when he showed his futuristic photographic prints mounted on acrylic panels at LA's Thomas Solomon Gallery. Shortly after that success, however, he took a step back to reevaluate his work. Now he's unveiled the results of those two years of work in his show, ... More

  • Picasso’s Only Play Is Performed Again at the Guggenheim

    Picasso’s Only Play Is Performed Again at the Guggenheim

    The museum hosts a reading of the artist's "Desire Caught By The Tail," starring greats from the art and theater worlds

    Back in 1984, the Maison Française at NYU and the annual performing-arts series Works & Process collaborated on a once-in-a-lifetime experience: A reading of Desire Caught By The Tail, the only play ever written by Pablo Picasso, at New York City's Guggenheim, featuring esteemed artists ... More

  • A New Salumeria Rosi Opens in Manhattan

    A New Salumeria Rosi Opens in Manhattan

    The West Side Italian favorite unveils a more sophisticated version on the other side of town

    As an Upper East Sider desperate for somewhere different to eat, Tuscan chef Cesare Casella did something most of us can't  do: He opened a new restaurant. For years, Casella's casual trattoria Salumeria Rosi Parmacotto (at Amsterdam and 73rd Street) has offered a satisfying assortment of Italian small plates. While his ... More

  • SoulCycle Wants You to Sweat in Style

    SoulCycle Wants You to Sweat in Style

    DuJour took a spin around the workout mecca's new retail concept

    SoulCycle isn't just about sweating—now it's about sweating in style. The spin studio recently opened a lifestyle shop at their location on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Complete with listening stations (to hear the tunes on instructors' playlists), it sells the brand's signature bandanas (a ubiquitous sight in SoulCycle classes), as ... More

  • Calvin Klein Fetes Alexander Skarsgård

    Calvin Klein Fetes Alexander Skarsgård

    The label celebrates the global launch of its new men's scent, Encounter

    On September 27, guests gathered at the McKittrick Hotel’s new rooftop garden bar, Gallow Green, to celebrate HBO's True Blood hunk Alexander Skarsgård as the face of Calvin Klein and Coty's new fragrance, Encounter. Olivia Wilde, who'd arrived—complete with outfit change—from the premiere of her new film Butter, mingled with Calvin ... More

  • Getting to Know Jacqui Getty

    Getting to Know Jacqui Getty

    The L.A. fashion stylist and filmmaker shares a few of her favorite things

    “I use Hamadi’s Healing Serum and Shea Leave In products for my hair, which is cut by Chris Turner at Neil George and colored by Tracey Cunningham. I wear Jo Malone’s rose-scented body lotion mixed with Egyptian ... More