New York Smash

New York Smash is a regional magazine that primarily targets affluent residents and visitors of New York City, the Hamptons and the North Shore of Long Island.[1] The headquarters is in Edgewater, New Jersey.[2]

History and profileEdit

New York Smash was established in 2009.[2] The magazine is published eight times annually.[2][3][4] The magazine covers society events, travel, arts and culture, fashion, shopping, dining, entertainment and real estate,[5] in addition to celebrity interviews and cover stars.[6][7][8][9][10] It is part of Churchill & Ives Media Brand.[11]

The magazine is said to have a print circulation of 10,000.[12]

The company launched a sister publication called Hamptons Smash, focusing primarily on Hamptons living, in the summer of 2011.[4][13] The magazine is also published eight times annually.[4]

In May 2012, the magazine announced that it would be expanding to additional cities, such as Boston, Los Angeles and Miami.[14]


  1. ^ New York Smash Official Website
  2. ^ a b c "New York Smash - The On-Trend Luxury Lifestyle Magazine". LinkedIn. Retrieved 20 December 2015.
  3. ^ Annie Rooney (5 December 2011). "New York Smash Magazine's Aspen Part". Guest of a Guest. Retrieved 20 December 2015.
  4. ^ a b c Kevin Frey (3 November 2011). "November Media Moves and News". PR Newswire. Retrieved 20 December 2015.
  5. ^ "New magazine takes East End by storm." Newsday
  6. ^ "Classic Entrance." New York Post
  7. ^ "Aspen Party at the Sanctuary Hotel." Socially Superlative
  8. ^ New York Smash Cover Party for Matthew Settle
  9. ^ "Gossip Girl star shines at benefit for Project Sunshine." WPIX
  10. ^ "NBC 1st Look Loves: Gossip Girl's Matthew Settle & Project Sunshine." NBC
  11. ^ "About Us". Churchill & Ives Media Brand. Retrieved 27 January 2017.
  12. ^ "Luxury living magazine launched in New York." Vocus
  13. ^ "What started out as one magazine is now two. Luxury publication New York Smash ( was so popular that company now produces Hamptons Smash." PR Newswire
  14. ^ "Seeing a trend? According to Smash editor Chelsea Kate Isaacs, the magazine is also being launched in other cities such as Boston, Los Angeles and Miami."

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