Rachel Schwartzmann is a writer and creative director based in Brooklyn, New York. She is interested in the intersection of creativity, storytelling, and pace. Her first book will be published by Chronicle in 2024. Rachel previously founded The Style Line, a boutique content company championing storytelling with style. She’s been featured in esteemed outlets, including VOGUECondé Nast Traveler and Forbes. Rachel writes about books, creativity, design, and fashion. Her essays and interviews have appeared in BOMB Magazine, Coveteur, Literary Hub, and elsewhere. ︎She is represented by Kate Woodrow at Present Perfect Literary. Rachel’s partners and clients include Adobe, Away, Club Monaco, Crate and Barrel, Ordinary Habit, PLANOLY, Sézane, and many more. She currently writes, consults, and creates content for various publications and brands. Rachel is also the creator of Slow Stories—a multimedia project that explores living, working, and creating more intentionally in our digital age.