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Why YOU Should Be Our Next NY Editor

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    Ask anyone who's asked me (or, you know, just ask me), and you'll be quick to learn that I love my job. (No, really, they're not making me say that.) Over the past two and a half years as New York editor at R29, I've interviewed the best psychics in NYC and written about just-opened restaurants. I've reported from fashion week, from the Victoria's Secret show, and even from The Donald's house. But, this isn't just one long less-than-humble-brag. Instead, it's an invitation for YOU to become our next New York editor. You'll interview celebs, get to know designers, and maybe even round up the best brunches — mimosas and all. Sold yet?

    We're looking for a creative, energetic, detail-oriented New Yorker whose love for Gotham City is only surpassed by his or her love for Refinery29. The next New York editor will be a tastemaker in every sense of the word, dreaming up out-of-the-box stories and repping R29 "in the field," a.k.a. all over NYC. If I just described you to a T, head over to the careers page and make yourself known. Cue Sinatra: It's up to you, New York, New York! (I think I'm tearing up a little bit.)

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