Magazine article ADWEEK

Lauren Bush Lauren: FEED Co-Founder and Fashion Industry Darling Loves the Times but Also Thinks the Daily Show Deserves Credit for Its Coverage of Serious Issues

Magazine article ADWEEK

Lauren Bush Lauren: FEED Co-Founder and Fashion Industry Darling Loves the Times but Also Thinks the Daily Show Deserves Credit for Its Coverage of Serious Issues

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What's the first information you consume in the morning? Probably, and unfortunately, I go straight to my email inbox. And then Twitter.

Where do you get your news? First and foremost, I would say Twitter. I follow The New York Times, Fast Company for more entrepreneurial, business-type information, as well as Forbes. On weekends, I read The New York Times and The New York Times Magazine in print, And I love The Daily Show. I have to give Jon Stewart a lot of credit for covering stories that don't get a lot of attention on regular news channels, like the SNAP benefits cuts and international food aid. Fie does it all through comedy, of course, but he does a brilliant job of covering serious issues.

Apart from Twitter, what are your go-to social media platforms? Definitely Instagram. That's my favorite, and the one I'm most personally active on. I love the visual storytelling, and I think it's just a neat way to keep up with family and friends that I don't get to see a lot.

What are your favorite fashion magazines? Vogue and Elle are probably my top ones, but I also enjoy Flarper's Bazaar and InStyle and even Marie Claire and Cosmo occasionally. For more insider, industry stuff, Women's Wear Daily is always great.

How about digital fashion or lifestyle media? The Zoe Report has great curation. I love following Ann Street Studio, which is Jamie Beck's beautiful lifestyle blog, and Kinfolk, this new earthy lifestyle blog. I look to them for photography and inspiration. It's also fun to watch brands similar to FEED--the Toms and the Warby Parkers of the world--to see what they're doing online and how they're communicating not just on the product side but on the cause side, too. …

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