Suzanne Weinstock Klein

New York, NY USA

Professional Experience

Suzanne Weinstock Klein ( is a freelance writer and editor specializing in fashion, travel, and lifestyle. Her editorial clients have included, Inked,, Shape, BlackBook, The Last Magazine, Stylecaster’s The Vivant, Avenue and more. Suzanne also works at the intersection of editorial and marketing – writing, editing and consulting on content that helps companies communicate their brand message. L’Oreal, Timbers Resorts, Ralph Lauren, Walmart have all worked with Suzanne on branded content. Suzanne previously served as Executive Editor of luxury lifestyle magazine Caviar Affair, Managing Editor for sustainable luxury lifestyle website Above Live and, earlier, covered global finance as a senior writer at PEI Media. Suzanne received her M.S. from the Columbia University School of Journalism and her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.


Account manager
2 Years
4 Years
6 Years


6 Years
6 Years
6 Years


Magazine - Trade magazines/publications (B2B)
2 Years
Online/new media
2 Years
PR (firm) - Fortune 1000 corp. clients
2 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

6 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

The Daily (10+), (10+), Inked (6-10), The Last Magazine (3-5), (1-2), Mykromag (1-2), Shape (1-2), Stylecaster's The Vivant (1-2), Avenue (1-2), BlackBook (1-2), Departures (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Timbers Resorts (10+), Grande Bay Resort (3-5), SmartStyleShops (1-2)

Other Work History

Managing Editor, Above Live Executive Editor, Caviar Affair, Contributing Writer, Avenue

Computer Skills

Microsoft office suite


I own two laptop computers, an iPad and an audio recorder

Work Samples


(Stylecaster's The Vivant 10/25/2012)
For Stylecaster’s new lifestyle website The Vivant, I chatted with supermodel Angela Lindvall about her favorite spots in Bali, where she produces a jewelry collection with John Hardy.
(Departures 9/1/2011)
Tried-and-true island favorites such as St. Barths and Capri have long been wooing fashionable travelers. But these days, the new prestige in globetrotting lies in exploring far-flung destinations the masses have yet to invade. Even better: a vacation spot so exotic that no one has even heard of it. “We’ve been seeing strong interest in remote, off-the-beaten-path destinations, especially from travelers who have been to a region before and now want to discover its hidden side,� says Scott Wiseman, president of luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent USA. Enter a new set of islands in the Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Caribbean and beyond. “Private and reassuringly hard-to-get, these islands entice diehard fans to get off the grid,� says James Lohan, CEO and co-founder of the boutique hotel website Mr. & Mrs. Smith. They let vacationers “be the ruler of their own domain and feel like they have discovered someplace unique.�


(V 3/14/2010)
A feature about Marina Abramovic's approach to re-performance in her retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art including 3 short mini-profiles of re-performers.


(Shape 6/1/2011)


(Inked 9/1/2010)
( 6/16/2011)
(The Daily 2/18/2010)
Reviews of collections during New York Fashion Week, February 2010
(The Last Magazine 9/1/2012)
For The Last Magazine’s ninth issue, I profiled the Parsons MFA program, which just graduated its first class under Shelley Fox
(The Daily 2/18/2010)
Interviews and quotes gathered while reporting on the front lines during fashion week that were used in The Daily's print editions.


(Inked 12/1/2011)