Mia Adorante is an American journalist based in New York City. Her reporting focuses on style, culture, and things to discuss over green juice. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere. She served as a longtime editor at W and began her career at Vogue.
Read a selection of her work here:
Modern Essentials, for WSJ.
What Makes Brides Glow? Maybe It's the Mangoes, for The New York Times
The Sunseeker’s Guide to Great Skin, for Bon Appétit
In addition to writing, she collaborates with brands, retailers, and institutions on projects across content, curation, and creative. Check out her services:
CONTENT: Your voice has value. More and more, brands are joining the conversation and providing a product and a service. That’s where words come in. Every touch point—your Web site, newsletters, social channels, and editorial platform—offers a unique opportunity to connect with your customer. How do you talk to them? Building a community starts with content.
CURATION: Curation is the future of shopping. Do you need an editor’s eye? Whether it’s selecting a new section of stuff, culling through an existing one, or putting it all in context—refinement is in your future. The integration of product and storytelling is the final step to encapsulate an edited world. Your customer will thank you, again and again.
CREATIVE: Is a line at the heart of your the brand? The development of every collection, collaboration, and standalone style speak volumes about who your customer is, and who they want to be. Every detail counts. A fresh point of view can help hone the design and establish an emotional connection. When you define your product, it becomes their signature.
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