Beverly Hills Lifestyle Magazine Welcomes Our New Editor-In-Chief
To all of you…
It is such an incredible honor to be asked to be Editor-in-Chief of this illustrious publication. Beverly Hills Lifestyle Magazine has always been the epitome of luxury to me; a veritable reservoir of all things lavish, gorgeous or unique. Each glossy page of this beautiful, elegant magazine has captivated me from the moment I first picked it up.
My relationship with the magazine began with its inception in 2007. Over the past ten years, I have worked very closely with the Beverly Hills Lifestyle team and enjoyed every moment of it. Writing is a passion of mine and being able to showcase my love of design, travel and entertaining through my articles has been a great joy. Luxury can mean many different things to different people and I have loved sharing my perspective with all of you. Having the opportunity to delve even deeper into the editorial world is something I look forward to with great enthusiasm.
Beverly Hills is a unique place to live. Nestled in the heart of palm-tree lined Los Angeles, this city is a diverse and multi-cultural melding of glamour, prestige and rich history. The city, boasting some of the most beautiful stores, hotels and restaurants in the world, is a treasure trove of luxury with so much to offer.
Yet, it is often the people behind the allure that are the most interesting. I am excited that, moving forward, Beverly Hills Lifestyle Magazine will be taking a deeper look at the fascinating people behind the glamorous reputation of Beverly Hills. The new team is comprised of some of my favorite authorities on luxury and I cannot wait to see all of their ideas unfold – as I said, luxury is different for everyone. Together, we hope to combine all of these unique perspectives into a rich tapestry of luxury that will excite and delight every one of our readers.
One of the main aspects of Beverly Hills Lifestyle Magazine that I am thrilled to immerse myself in is their love of philanthropy. I work very closely with a variety of charities that are dear to my heart, and have always been dear to BHL’s too, including Keep Memory Alive. Each month we will highlight a different charity, as well as try and tie in a philanthropic aspect to all of our plans and events. I’m excited to use this opportunity to draw attention to some wonderful causes.
Thank you for welcoming me as your new Editor-in-Chief; I am eagerly anticipating this new chapter and cannot wait to begin our journey together!
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