HRY SPACE Talk: "In Conversation with Gabrielle Korn: Content, Gen Z & Fashion in the Digital Age"
On June 26th from 6:30-8:30 pm, HRY SPACE in collaboration with SIMPL MAG will be hosting HRY SPACE Talk under the theme:
"In Conversation with Gabrielle Korn: Content, Gen Z & Fashion in the Digital Age"
Food & drinks will be provided at the event reception, the talk starts at 6:30 pm sharp.
HRY SPACE Talk is an integral programming of HRY SPACE, for which we bring industry leading individuals together in a room filled with artworks from a generation of artists that are radically reshaping the contemporary art scene, hearing them share their experiences and ideas on their own works, and how we collectively move forward to drive positive impact for millennial culture worldwide.
Gabrielle Korn (@gabriellekorn)
Gabrielle Korn is the Editor-in-Chief at NYLON Media. She joined NYLON in 2014 as Senior Editor and held a slew of different positions before she became Editor-in-Chief in September 2017. Under her editorial leadership, NYLON has become a fully digital brand that creates original, thought-provoking beauty, fashion, lifestyle, and entertainment content across multiple platforms. Prior to NYLON, she was the beauty editor at Refinery29, creating beauty content during a period of explosive traffic growth and working to expand the brand’s concept of what beauty means to the millennial reader. Before that, she worked in queer and feminist media, holding editorial positions at Autostraddle and On The Issues Magazine. She graduated from NYU’s Gallatin School Of Individualized Study with a concentration in feminist/queer theory and writing. Gabrielle was named one of Brooklyn Magazine’s 30 Under 30 for 2018, and has been quoted or otherwise featured in publications like Forbes, Folio, Curve, New Now Next, Fashionista, Racked, and Refinery29. Most recently, Gabrielle was nominated and selected as a finalist for Ad Age’s 2019 A-List Creativity Awards for the Diversity and Inclusion Champion of the Year category. She’s currently working on her debut memoir, which will be published in June 2020 by Atria, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.
This artists panel talk is co-organized by Alana Valko (https://www.alanavalko.com/).