Mallery Roberts Morgan

Photo: Jason Schmidt
“She has taste, imagination and a rolodex of
contacts packed with some of the biggest
names in the worlds of fashion and design.”

- Paris VOGUE

Mallery Roberts Morgan is a writer and design curator who lived in Paris for over
twenty years and now calls Los Angeles home


Mallery writes about design, decoration, lifestyle and culture

Los Angeles Correspondent to AD FRANCE (French Architectural Digest)
‘DJ’ (design journalist) for KCRW’s DnA – Design &Architecture
Regular Contributor to Introspective Magazine

Mallery worked at Paris VOGUE
and has been a regular contributor to many international publications including
The New York Times, British Elle Decoration, Marie Claire Maison,
Elle, Madame Figaro, The International Herald Tribune,
Los Angeles Times Magazine, Interior Design,
The Independent, Numéro, Marie Claire Living,
The Hollywood Reporter
and more…


Mallery consults on many design-related projects

She is co-curator of DIEM 2014
with Frances Anderton, host of KCRW Design & Architecture
DIEM (Design Intersects Everything Made) is a design symposium
presented by the West Hollywood Design District

Mallery works with design, lifestyle and luxury brands advising on media relations, brand identities, visual communications, partnerships and special events
Recent creative collaborations include AD France, the Decorative Arts and Design
Council of LACMA, Maxfield Gallery, Atelier AM, Christofle, Marc Phillips


Mallery advises private collectors as a design curator

Asked to extend her extensive knowledge and talented ‘eye’ to interior design projects
Mallery has created residential and commercial interiors in London, Paris, New York,
Mexico and Los Angeles