I'm a Brooklyn-based writer and editor. For seven years, I worked at Nylon and Nylon Guys magazines. (Ultimately, as senior editor, covering arts and culture.)

After that, I was the copywriter for Kate Spade Saturday—a job that entailed conceiving, implementing, and overseeing messaging across all platforms, from brand personality to in-store experience to email marketing and social media. Following Kate Spade Saturday, I worked as a freelance creative at Mother New York, focusing mostly on Target's Fall 2015 campaign.

I have written about random things that interest me for outlets including i-D, New York magazine's The Cut, CR Fashion Book, Popular, Gather Journal, Four & Sons, and Paddle8.

Currently, I'm the editor-in-chief of Sweet, a media brand co-founded by Hearst and Snapchat that publishes directly to Snapchat's Discover platform. You can learn what we're all about right here.

I'm always game to discuss new storytelling projects, especially if they involve Lil Wayne.


Email: malloryrice[at]gmail[dot]com

Twitter: @mallory_rice

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