Missbehave

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Missbehave
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Missbehave, Winter 2007-2008
Editor-in-Chief Lesley Arfin (Issues 10-11)
Former editors Mary H.K. Choi (Issues 1-9)
Frequency Quarterly
Publisher Adrian Moeller
First issue 2006
Final issue
— Number
2009
11
Company Mass Appeal Publishing
Country  United States
Language English
Website Missbehave official website

Missbehave was a Brooklyn-based women's magazine that covered fashion, music, art and pop culture.[1][2] Columnists included Kelis, Matt Goias, Gavin McInnes, Sarah Morrison and Lesley Arfin and regularly featured models Kim Matulova, Victoria Brito, Joli Robinson and Brissi. The magazine stopped publication in March 2009.

Several examples of Missbehave cover stars were:


Staff[edit]

  • Founder: Samantha Moeller
  • Editor-In-Chief issues 10-11: Lesley Arfin
  • Editor-In-Chief for issues 1-9: Mary HK Choi
  • Creative Director: Sally Thurer
  • Director of Photography: Brooke Nipar
  • West Coast Editor: Yasi Salek
  • Senior Editor: Olivia Allin
  • Features Fashion Editor: Allison Miller
  • Market Editor: Rose Garcia
  • Online Editor: Sarah Morrison
  • Special Projects Coordinator: Emilia Perez
  • Publisher: Adrian Moeller
  • Interns: Bridget Dean, Stefanie Arroyo, Christine Mayrina, Olivia Kirsch, Alex Harrington, Meghan Calabro, Annie Krasner and Meg Prossnitz

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