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Carolyn Meers

Assistant Editor

As an assistant editor, Carolyn Meers edits and writes for Robb Report both in print and online as well as its sibling publications Home & Style and Health & Wellness. In addition to focusing on the fashion and jewelry categories, she also oversees Robb Report’s monthly Design Portfolio section. Meers is a proud UC Santa Barbara Gaucho and has previously worked for Modern Luxury Media, DaySpa magazine, and Stylus, a consumer lifestyle research and advisory firm based in London. A creative writer from a young age, Meers turned her focus to journalism after spending time working for a news website in Wellington, New Zealand. Meers is an avid swimmer and runner and is a self-proclaimed snack connoisseur.

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