Amanda Randone is a Brooklyn-based writer and editor. She has reported on everything from the Rick Owens retrospective in Milan to menstruation during Ramadan with bylines in Teen Vogue, Refinery29, Coveteur, Elle, and Cosmopolitan, among others. She was recently named a finalist in the 2019 RNA Awards for Religion Reporting Excellence due to her coverage of women in Islam.
Amanda earned her Bachelor's degree in Journalism and French at New York University where she cofounded the school's first independent newspaper at its satellite campus in Abu Dhabi. She then moved to Paris to report on international current affairs while earning a Master’s degree in Civilization, Culture, and Society from Middlebury College at the Sorbonne University. Her thesis tackled French identity in its overseas territories through the lens of education.
Amanda is a proud New Yorker with an affinity for vintage clothes, fiction novels, and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.