Liana Krupp started her career in the fashion department at Interview magazine before embarking on a robust journey as a freelance fashion stylist, writer and communications consultant. After a few years living in Boston, in 2008, Liana saw a huge gap in the way Boston was represented online, specifically in the creative community, and launched New Brahmin. With a focus on fashion, retail and beauty, New Brahmin was a daily go-to online source for news, in-depth interviews, buying guides and creative editorials created with a large team of contributing writers, stylists, hair & makeup artists, and photographers from the Greater Boston area. Having been on the early edge of content creation and social media, Liana retired the website in 2012 to focus on creative communications strategy and consulting for independent retailers, designers and brands. While she still keeps her toes wet in the creative community, Liana has since made a career change to the world of non-profits as an ally, advocate and grant maker in diverse spaces such as healthy food access, the arts, social justice and LGBTQ causes.
Liana lives in the South End of Boston with her family and does not like to participate in social media due to multiple conspiracy theories (so don't ask for my handles).
Photo by Steph Larsen
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