styleboston launched in the fall of 2009 as a 30-minute lifestyle and entertainment television show that aired throughout the six New England states. Covering a variety of topics each week, styleboston featured the latest in design, fashion, lifestyle, influencers and entertainment. Called “New England’s insider lifestyle connection,” styleboston went on to receive four New England Emmy nominations in 2010, 2011, 2012 and in 2013 when styleboston won two regional Emmys in the “Outstanding Magazine” category.

With a vibrant fusion of contributors, styleboston online provides up-to-the-minute editorial content covering the latest trends in fashion, art, entertainment, food, travel, and design. This new revved up platform, an edgy online version of the television show, is quickly becoming the definitive online lifestyle guide for savvy Bostonians.

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