Cadillac has been positioning itself as an upscale, fashion-forward luxury brand, first by moving from Detroit to New York in 2014 and then
Called the Organic Valley Coffee Shop, this unique pop-up store opened in Manhattan a few weeks ago to lines a dozen deep.
Who can deny that food has gone from simple sustenance to trendy to a topic that has come to dominate our lives—whether having to do with public health, personal wellness, […]
Specs Age 54 Claim to fame Chef and restaurateur; ambassador for the EAT (RED) campaign; co-host of ABC's The Chew (weekdays at1 p.m.) Base New York
With 11 restaurants in three countries, a trio of cookbooks and multiple TV appearances, Marcus Samuelsson—the celebrity chef whose grandmother started him cooking at the age of 6—has lots of memorable experiences in the kitchen.
OgilvyEntertainment, the entertainment marketing arm of Ogilvy & Mather, and celebrity chef Mario Batali have formed ccMF Productions, a new company that will create food and lifestyle programming aimed at millennials. And in a twist for OgilvyEntertainment, the TV and online content won’t be branded.
Hulu has sold sole sponsorship rights to Hyundai for its arty new branded unscripted series The High Road. The series, shot in black and white and set in New York, is hosted by Mario Batali, who interviews celebrities in the Big Apple including George Stephanopoulos, Isabella Rossellini, Jimmy Fallon and Rachael Ray.
In a nod to our insatiable culinary fixation, Food & Wine magazine is strengthening its ties to celebrity chefs.
When Food & Wine magazine began assembling its annual Italy-themed April issue, editor in chief Dana Cowin knew exactly who she wanted on board: Mario Batali, the king of Italian cooking. Soon enough, Batali had signed on to be the magazine’s first guest editor.