Elle Décor, the magazine where style lives, takes the creativity of designers and artists from around the world and brings it into its readers homes. Articles focus on under-the-radar designers, artists just creating a name for themselves as well as new and interesting places to travel.
While the magazine limits the areas to which freelance writers can pitch, the “Talent” section is always open to writers who have their ear to the ground on an up-and-coming designer, artist or stylist. Another area to focus on is the magazine’s travel section. Features director Vicki Lowry invites more writers to pitch travel topics:
We are always looking for intriguing places to go and talented writers to cover it. They should really know a place: the right streets, the great shops, the best restaurants and hotels, the museums. They should be very cognizant of that particular area and know what they’re talking about.
For more about Elle Décor and what editors want from a writer, read: How to Pitch: Elle Décor.
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