Missbehave

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Missbehave
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Missbehave, Winter 2007–2008
Editor-in-ChiefLesley Arfin (Issues 10–11)
FrequencyQuarterly
PublisherAdrian Moeller
First issue2006
Final issue
Number
2009
11
CompanyMass Appeal Publishing
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
WebsiteMissbehave official website

Missbehave was a Brooklyn-based women's magazine that was produced from 2006 until March 2009. It covered fashion, music, art and pop culture.[1][2] Columnists included Kelis, Matt Goias, Sarah Morrison and Lesley Arfin and regularly featured models Kim Matulova, Victoria Brito, Joli Robinson and Brissi.

Several examples of Missbehave cover stars were:

Staff[edit]

  • Founder: Samantha Moeller
  • Editor-In-Chief for issues 1–9: Mary H.K. Choi
  • Editor-In-Chief issues 10–11: Lesley Arfin
  • 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
  • Type Consultant: Jeremy Pettis
  • Publisher: Adrian Moeller
  • Interns: Bridget Dean, Stefanie Arroyo, Christine Mayrina, Olivia Kirsch, Alex Harrington, Meghan Calabro, Annie Krasner and Meg Prossnitz

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mass Appeal" Magazine's "Miss Behave," Mary H.K. Choi | Player Watch | SOHH.com / Archived 2008-02-04 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Missbehave magazine was the seminal hot-older-sister gurl bible". Thankyou Magazine. Archived from the original on 2014-02-22.

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