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Lori Bryan

Managing Editor

As the managing editor of Robb Report, Lori Bryan manages the editorial production of the monthly luxury-lifestyle magazine; oversees the publication’s home and design coverage; and occasionally covers other categories, including travel and dining. She is also the editor of the bimonthly magazine Robb Report Home & Style,which launched with the March/April 2013 issue. Before joining Robb Report in 2004, she was an editor of a trade magazine for the beauty industry. Her other past endeavors have included working as a freelance writer and serving as an editorial consultant for a health-care nonprofit. A graduate of UCLA, Bryan lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their young son.

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