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.

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


Email: malloryrice[at]gmail[dot]com

Twitter: @mallory_rice

Snapchat: @mallory-rice

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