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Emma Bazilian

Emma Bazilian is Adweek's features editor. Formerly, she was senior editor, style and culture, specializing in the publishing industry, media influencers, luxury brands and more.


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Q&A: The Stranger Things Kids on Their Social, Streaming and Gaming Obsessions

Digital

The young Netflix stars offer clues for marketers on how to reach Gen Z.

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Infographic: The Brands That Are Making the Biggest Impression on NFL Fans

Brand Marketing

Amazon, Budweiser and Ford are among the favorites.

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With Michelle Lee at the Helm, Allure Is Blowing Up How Our Culture Defines Beauty

Brand Marketing

Meet Adweek's Editor of the Year.

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Infographic: What Millennials Value Most in Their Lives, Careers and Personal Tech

Brand Marketing

9GAG's Millennial Black Paper reveals what's important to the oft-maligned 18- to 34-year-old cohort.

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Adweek’s Brand Visionary: Anna Wintour Changed Publishing and Fashion With Inimitable Style

Brand Marketing

The Vogue editor has transformed publishing, fashion and culture with energy and style.

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These Media, Marketing and Tech Stars Under 40 Are Shaking Up the Industry

Brand Marketing

Meet Adweek’s Young Influentials.

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Q&A: Elle Decor’s New Editor in Chief on the Elements of a ‘Stylish Life’ and What Does Well on Instagram

Digital

Whitney Robinson also discusses the sorts of changes readers can expect.

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Infographic: Shoppable Media Is Transforming How Consumers Find and Then Buy Products

Digital

Here's what marketers need to know about this rapidly growing trend.

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Infographic: See How the Top 25 Online Apparel Retailers in the U.S. Are Evolving

Digital

SimilarWeb reports on trends among the top online apparel brands in the U.S. in its 2017 industry overview.

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Infographic: The Influence of ‘Corpsumers’ Who Care as Much About a Brand’s Values as Its Products

Brand Marketing

The important buying bloc is more populous than millennials and moms.