Emma Bazilian
This Week's 6 Most Covetable Products to Put a Dent in Your Wallet Including a luxe collaboration from Beats and Fendi

Welcome to Swipe, Adweek's very first lifestyle section where we'll be spotlighting some of the most covetable products around, from high-tech gadgets to fashion accessories to stuff that's just plain…

January 27, 2015, 6:00 PM EST

5 Restaurant-Worthy Recipes From Bon Appétit Ad and media execs' favorites

The premise of RSVP, Bon Appétit’s longest-running column, is simple: Readers write in to request recipes for their favorite restaurant dishes, and the magazine’s test kitchen chefs whip up a…

June 15, 2014, 7:42 PM EDT

Awesomeness TV and Wet Seal Launch Branded Web Series 'The Intern' follows two young women working for the retailer

Dreamworks’ teen-targeted digital video network Awesomeness TV has teamed up with Wet Seal to produce a new branded series, The Intern. The Intern follows two young women, high schooler Fiona and…

December 10, 2013, 12:16 PM EST

Nicole Richie's Savvy Web Reinvention Twitter inspired AOL series perfect showcase for ex-celebutante

My how things have changed since 2003. Back then, Nicole Richie was just entering America’s consciousness as Paris Hilton’s sidekick on seminal reality series The Simple Life. Despite her posh…

September 20, 2013, 6:00 AM EDT

Internet Week Gets Stylish Kaboodle celebrates its fifth anniversary

     On Tuesday night, the Hearst-owned social shopping site Kaboodle celebrated its fifth anniversary with the “Fab at Five” party featuring the “first-ever crowdsourced fashion show.” A well-heeled crowd gathered…

June 9, 2011, 6:45 AM EDT

Digging Deep on the Internet Key sites from Web history on display in New York this week

     It’s kind of crazy that, halfway through 2011, there is no official archive of the Internet’s most influential early Web pages. Thankfully, Jim Boulton of U.K. ad agency…

June 6, 2011, 6:55 AM EDT

'Osama Bin Laden Is DEAD' Facebook Page Goes Viral Nabs over 300,000 'likes' by Monday morning

By Monday morning, a Facebook page titled "Osama Bin Laden Is DEAD" had already gotten more than 300,000 “likes” from users of the social networking site. People are now using…

May 2, 2011, 11:15 AM EDT