About Socially Superlative
Socially Superlative is a web journal at the center of culture, music, and entertainment; a hub for discriminating trendsetters. We cover parties, openings, launches, fashion shows, artistic and cultural events – everything and anything taking place in New York City.
Our Travel section focuses on points of interest beyond the Big Apple brought to you by writers who have been traveling the world for several years from the Hamptons to Bangkok. We bring you information on travel tips, lodging information, and luxury ddestinations.
Born and raised in New York City, described by some as enigmatic. You might have seen her out on the circuit at an event. She is camera shy, a dreamer, a humanitarian, a free spirit, a pescetarian, a slow walker, and party guru. Her pet peeves include people who still carry boomboxes and one hour open bars.
A Boulder native still trying to adjust to New York City life even after nearly ten years. She is grateful for friends that put up with her antics and loudness, and – while at times shy – enjoys meeting new people and weird strangers.
Ava was a bottle of champagne in a past life. Her passion for discovery is only eclipsed by her love to introduce people to a bohemian boutique hotel, an indie cocktail bar or a recipe for delight. Ava is a true artist whose story is as varied as the phases of the moon.
Stephanie is the truest sense of a “Jacqueline of All Trades,” constantly taking advantage of all the events NYC has to offer and writing for Socially Superlative is no exception to that mission. Stephanie is extremely grateful to have the opportunity to attend some of the most exclusive NYC events and share her experiences with readers.
Jeff loves hats and has many. DJing, skateboarding, snowboarding,
surfing, travelling, eating and drinking or just plain living life to the fullest, he has a hat for all that a good adventure has to offer.
NYC is his home base because, as he says, “Where else can you have 3 international airports a short taxi ride to whisk you away?”
Christine is a freelance writer who enjoys all things fashion related. She would like to open her own PR Firm someday. Christine is also an avid traveler, Glambassador and loves to read. Originally from D.C, Christine covers fashion related events up and down the east coast.
Hailing from Miami, Anaisabel Garcia is our little miss socialite strutting most of NYC’s galas, fashion shows and parties. Founder of Tribe Public Relations, Anaisabel stays current with all the elite social circles and is usually the lady at the party with a chunky gold chain, champagne in hand and chatting up a crowd.
Join our Team! Do you love Nightlife? Are you at least 21 years old? Do you enjoy meeting new people and attending events? Do you want to contribute to one of the most popular online magazines in NYC? Chronicle some of the most exclusive and fun events in NYC in your spare time, or help us grow. Read more here.
Our readers are entrenched in social media, keep up with news and current events, and love to voice their opinions on new venues, products, and events. They like deals, bars, open bars, food, upscale lounges, celebrities, adventure, and fun! They represent companies like:
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A Snapshot of our Readers
Socially Superlative readers are a mix of both men and women ages 21-40. They are college educated every day professionals who strive to live extraordinary lives. They appreciate culture, art, special events, restaurants, traveling, and are the movers and shakers in NYC, the Hamptons, L.A., Miami, and beyond.
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