The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The most lurid corner of the Internet is not a new dating app or a fetish site... It is Money Diaries, a column, from the life-style site Refinery29.

IndieWire

IndieWire

Refinery29 premiered the Shatterbox Anthology in August of 2016, anchored by a forward-thinking concept: to “create short films that redefine identity, imagination, and storytelling through the female lens.” 

Business Insider

Business Insider

Refinery29's Facebook series 'Strangers' is as compelling as anything you'll find on traditional TV.

The New York Times

The New York Times

29Rooms has become an Instagram magnet and a creative playhouse for the stylish set — “Sleep No More” with less theater and more notable graphic design. 

Recode

Recode

Consumers hate "traditional advertising," according to Refinery29 co-CEO Philippe von Borries. At the same time, his company is on track to make more than $100 million — from advertising — this year.

Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Philippe von Borries was a featured guest on Wall Street Journal’s Media Mix Podcast where he discussed Refinery29’s transition into television.

Inc.

Inc.

Since it launched in 2005, Refinery29 has made bold strides to expand its content, covering topics that cater to the pieces of a woman's life other media outlets overlooked. 

Adweek

Adweek

More than 67 percent of women in the U.S. are considered plus size (size 14 and up) yet those women make up less than two percent of the images in media consumed by a female audience. Refinery29 and Lane Bryant are aiming to change that through The 67% Project, an initiative through which Refinery29 will include a broader range of women across all of its editorial content.

The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter praised Refinery29’s ShatterBox Anthology, a series of 12 short films featuring female directors. ShatterBox Anthology is aimed to raise awareness to the void of female directors in Hollywood.

Variety

Variety

Turner Broadcasting invested $45 Million to Refinery29's digital media ventures. The investment provided the opportunity to collaborate with Turner in scheduled programming geared towards R29's following. 

AdAge

AdAge

Refinery29 co-CEO Philippe von Borries, a native of Cologne, thinks Germany is ready for what the female-focused digital media site has to offer.

Financial Times

Financial Times

Financial Times interviewed Justin Stefano and Philippe von Borries where they touch on how Refinery29 is able to stay to true to their brand despite a wide range of content.

The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal

The Web publisher Refinery29 can now offer advertisers access to a hand-selected network of social media influencers across YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram and other platforms.