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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
  • A Bedding Expert on All Things Sleepy

    A Bedding Expert on All Things Sleepy

    With Hill House Home, founder Nell Diamond cuts out the middle man

    Energetic entrepreneur Nell Diamond developed the concept for Hill House Home while in business school at Yale. The born-and-bred Londoner (who now calls New York home) previously worked as a fixed income analyst at Deutsche Bank and was part of the Start-Up Founder Practicum, an incubator, when she got ... More

  • These Earrings Are Having a Moment

    These Earrings Are Having a Moment

    Jet-setting designer Rebecca de Ravenel debuts Les Bonbons

    Bahamas-bred, Paris-educated trendsetter Rebecca de Ravenel has lead a worldly life, traveling the globe for wares to offer at her Goombay Bazaar, a pop-up shop selling artisanal goods. But now, the entrepreneur calls Los Angeles home, and with that comes her latest creation: Les Bonbons. The whimsical, handmade-in-India ball ... More

  • An A-List Florist’s V-Day Tips

    An A-List Florist’s V-Day Tips

    Eric Buterbaugh breaks down the basics of the best arrangements

    L.A.-based florist Eric Buterbaugh—who counts Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore and Gwen Stefani as pals and clients—has a new job. As Chief Floral Officer for new start-up The Bouqs Company, he’s using his talents to create everyday floral arrangements for discerning customers.  With Valentine’s Day fast ... More

  • Delicious Meal Delivery Services

    Delicious Meal Delivery Services

    Don’t feel like cooking tonight? These 7 new offerings are the perfect solution


  • 24 Hours with…Emma Heming Willis

    24 Hours with…Emma Heming Willis

    From model to supermom blogger, get a sneak peek at a day in her busy life


  • An Author’s Guide to NYC

    An Author’s Guide to NYC

    Cristina Alger, whose new book This Was Not the Plan debuts this month, shares a few of her favorite haunts

    Lifelong New Yorker Cristina Alger, who penned 2012’s The Darlings, returns this month with her second novel, This Was Not The Plan (Touchstone), an incisive, hilarious and tender exploration of fatherhood, love, loss and family life through the eyes of a young widower. Alger’s book tour includes a reading at Madison Avenue’s ... More

  • Exfoliate the Right Way

    Exfoliate the Right Way

    From enzymes to ground almonds, bamboo powder and river-bed quartz, there are plenty of natural exfoliants to invest in this winter

    People with truly sensitive skin face something of a beauty dilemma during inclement winter weather: they need to exfoliate their skin to get rid of dullness and patchiness and unclog their pores, but typical exfoliating ingredients can cause a few problems.  For one, microbeads, a typical ingredient in exfoliating personal ... More

  • What Supermodels Wear to Work Out

    What Supermodels Wear to Work Out

    Nina Agdal shares how she gets in shape and looks good while doing it

    Nina Agdal, the 23-year-old Danish supermodel who has graced the cover of Sports Illustrated, is now the brand ambassador for the L.A.-based activewear brand Vimmia, which is best known for its compression leggings, sleek jackets and lace-inset sports bras—all made in high-tech fabrics. Recently, after an intensive group exercise class at New ... More

  • Canada Gold: The Montreal Tour

    Canada Gold: A Weekend in Montreal

    The definitive guide to a springtime weekend in Montreal, where DuJour's Cities Editor discovered carby feasts, inviting wine bars and bagels that rival New York City's

    Montreal is another one of those foodie cities—like Austin, Portland and Chicago—that I've been eager to visit for a while. It seemed doable in a weekend, quaintly European, English-speaking, easily walkable and blessed with an exploding food and wine scene. So on a recent weekend, I decided to make the ... More

  • Fragrances You Can Feel Good About

    Fragrances You Can Feel Good About

    Courtney Somer launches Lake & Skye, a line of handcrafted plant-based goods

    Lake & Skye is a new line of 100 percent pure essential oil products, fragrances and floral waters that are hand-blended in New York City and Los Angeles. Ingredients like sandalwood, bergamot, neroli and grapefruit are selected from conscious, experienced sources and carefully chosen based on their healing properties and ... More