Meet Carine Roitfeld’s Digital Director

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Hello, Gorgeous.

Ray Siegal is our special guest on Lady Lovin’ this week. She is one of those girls you dream of being friends with.  Brains for days, soft-spoken, tall, and beautiful.  She glides into Greta’s apartment wearing a

tracksuit, turtleneck, and long trench coat,

somehow making it all work, and instantly becomes the chicest woman in the room.  And no wonder – she has the background for it: 10 years of publishing experience under her belt that began in the fashion closet at Vanity Fair.  She is a writer, and instantly jumps into her story of her career, what led her to Carine Roitfeld, the French version of Anna Wintour, and how she manages the daily publishing of CR Fashion Book.

She tells me she is one of two who manage the site,

and I’m amazed at her obvious work ethic and love of her craft.  CR Fashion Book publishes up to 5 pieces of new content daily, and it’s an undertaking that would seem mammoth in size to most people.

After we chat work life, we chat love life. The digital director is newly married to the man she has dated for 10 years, and she glows when she speak about him.  For more of Ray and her story, tune in to this week’s episode of Lady Lovin right here.


 

The Lady Lovin’ podcast is your source for female empowerment.  I host alongside my two best pals Jilly Hendrix and Greta Titelman, tackling a variety of topics from Relationships and Sex, to Health & Wellness to Business and Start Ups.  Join us every Monday as we interview some of your favorite entrepreneurs, comedians, and activists and answer all of your “need to know questions”.  Lady Lovin’ is all about inspiring women to stay true to who they are, loving the skin you’re in and the life you live. New episodes every Monday on iTunes.
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