AT Interviews: Met Home’s Donna Warner

AT Interviews: Met Home’s Donna Warner

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Maxwell Ryan
Aug 15, 2007
If it’s August, then it must be September. Well, that’s how it works in magazine world, and AT is getting an extra early, extra special intro to the Metropolitan Home September issue, not even out on stands. It’s only appropriate that the new issue of Met Home features the word “Renovate!” on its cover, since that’s exactly what’s going on inside. And there’s no better tourguide to the revisions than Donna Warner herself, VP/Editor in Chief of Metropolitan Home . What do AT readers want to know from this design mag masthead maven who’s been at the helm of Met Home since 1992?... Donna Warner, with Metropolitan Home since it began (and even before, at Apartment Life, the current title’s forerunner) is ready to dish the dirt on what it takes to be a style leader, why the time was right for a rehab, why going green is no longer just a cover blurb, and why you’ll be saying “Word!” to all your Met Homies after you read the revamped September issue. The advance PR promises “fast and witty”… just like we like our dates! And foodies take note, Ms. Warner has a special place in her heart for all things culinary… in 1981, she co-authored “The New American Cuisine.” So feel free to tell your friends at The Kitchen that we’re fielding questions in advance of our interview later this week. All AT Interviews - Patrick (the other one) Put online by:
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