We are so excited to share our fall issue, on newsstands now!
We’re available at fine retailers near you, including Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods, Walmart, CVS, Fred Meyer…anywhere that sells your favorite magazines! For a digital copy, we are now available on PressReader. We hope you enjoy the issue. Here’s an excerpt from our Editor-in-Chief, Kelli Lamb:
How does your home environment affect your life?
For me, my living environment is everything. I spent quite a bit of my summer on the road, meeting our amazing readers and signing copies of our new book, Home with Rue. It was a “bucket list” schedule, yet every time I returned home to Los Angeles, a wave of gratitude washed over me. Ahh…home again, time to totally recharge.
Our spaces can shape how we perceive the world, how we manage stress, how we feel about ourselves. Many of the home tours in this issue are those of interior designers and creatives themselves: a New York City loft for Leroy Street Studio’s Sybille Schneider (page 106), an indoor/outdoor oasis for Aly Morford of Orange County’s Pure Salt Interiors (page 68), the endlessly stylish Italian compound of author and stylist Annette Joseph (page 84), the charming Nashville home of a popular musician (page 98), the historic Toronto home of Two Fold’s Carrie Stinson (page 76).
It wasn’t my initial intention for the issue to have this theme, but the stories of each home fully embody what I hope our magazine conveys: people are designing and creating their homes to nurture their souls and feed their happiness. Spaces where there is comfort, creativity, beauty, simplicity…heaven can be your version of a beautiful home. Our cover star, Sabrina Soto, speaks to this on page 50.
A fun fact about this issue’s cover: Sabrina and Rue go way back! I mean…way, way back, even before we launched RUE DAILY and the idea of a print magazine wasn’t on our radar as we were publishing digital issues each month to enjoy on your tablet or desktop. The year was 2011 and the first anniversary of our digital publication. We visited Sabrina at her new Upper West Side apartment. It’s a bit of a full-circle moment.
It’s funny how so much can change, but so much can stay the same. We’re still committed to sharing gorgeous, accessible content, while Sabrina is still as talented as ever—and generous, super successful, and totally inspiring. I’m excited for you to learn more about her impressive career and how she balances it all.