LVLY, the content and creative studio, today announced that Emily Spiegelman-Noel is joining the roster of its creative editorial division.
Emily’s most recent work includes Banana Republic’s return to television advertising after a 15 year absence, with their “Love the Present” Holiday ’20 Campaign, as well as Tom Petty’s “Leave Virginia Alone” music video, directed by Adria Petty and Mark Seliger. She has worked with brands including Dior, YSL, Chaos, Express, Kohl’s, Revlon and Target, amongst others.
“Emily’s work always feels authentic and human,” said Wendy Brovetto, Executive VP and Managing Director of LVLY. “Her editorial ability to bring those qualities across all genres, beyond beauty and fashion, caught my attention immediately.”
Spiegelman-Noel, who has been working on projects with LVLY since leaving Modern Post in late 2019, was quickly impressed by the company. “It was great to see how LVLY got their arms around every project from the onset,” she said. “They are very buttoned up and proactive. They have a wonderful team. I also value the strength of LVLY’s long established fashion and beauty presence.”
“We’re delighted to welcome Emily to the LVLY family,” Brovetto added. “She’s a great fit for us, particularly given our legacy in the world of beauty, where aesthetic and precision are so important.”
Spiegelman-Noel was born and raised in California and studied politics and filmmaking at the University of California, Santa Cruz and Los Angeles. Prior to joining LVLY, she was rostered at Consulate, Exile Edit and Modern Post.
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