Jared Leto headlines WSJ.’s inaugural D.LUXE conference
The first round of speakers also includes Scooter Braun, Michael Govan, Daniel Humm, Marcela Sapone, Ian Schrager and Dasha Zhukova. Along with further participants to be announced, they will join WSJ. Magazineeditors to explore the interplay of technology, creativity and entrepreneurship
NEW YORK, September 6 — This year, for the first time, WSJ. Magazine brings its trusted and pioneering lifestyle journalism to the stage with D.LUXE, featuring technology’s most ambitious minds in conversation with creativity’s leading lights.
This invitation-only event will launch on October 18, 2017, following The Wall Street Journal’s newsmaking flagship conference, D.LIVE Laguna.
Hosted by Kristina O’Neill, editor in chief of WSJ. Magazine, D.LUXE will feature an afternoon of panels and conversations that investigate how today’s digital environment is reshaping creative endeavors essential to the world we live in — from technology’s influence on fashion, leisure and entertainment to the future of philanthropy, art and more.
“D.LUXE presents an exciting opportunity to bring the pages of WSJ. to life, in real time,” said O’Neill. “This distinguished lineup of leaders offers authority, insight and a range of perspectives on the ways that technology has fundamentally altered the landscape of the creative and lifestyle sectors.”
For more information about D.LUXE, please visit https://dlive.wsj.com/laguna/dluxe/.
About WSJ. Magazine
WSJ. is The Wall Street Journal’s award-winning luxury lifestyle magazine. With authority, sophistication and a unique artistic sensibility, WSJ.’s 12 monthly issues cover a wide range of cultural topics, from fashion and food to architecture and design. Visit www.wsjmagazine.com.
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