Dr. Zion Ko Lamm
Zion Ko Lamm, MD, is a board-certified internal medicine specialist and social media skinfluencer, who has been featured in Vogue, Allure and Shape. She entered social as an outlet to the stressors and uncertainties of working in outpatient COVID clinics. Dr. Ko Lamm started sharing videos on Instagram and TikTok about all things skincare—from debunking trends to honest product reviews. An immigrant from South Korea, she also features frequent cameos of her Korean mom, who is living proof that sunscreen, facial massages and a good skincare routine work.
Financial wellbeing is one of the wellness world’s biggest 2021 trends, so who better than Sophia Amoruso—an award-winning serial entrepreneur, New York Times bestselling author, educator, podcast host and mom to three poodles—to be our latest guest editor for June, as the economy and its purported recovery makes headlines everywhere. Today, with Business Class, it’s her mission to give you the tools and resources you need to level-up your business and your life, no matter what stage you’re in.
Lalese Stamps is a ceramicist and founder of Lolly Lolly Ceramics. Beloved for handmade work that feels intimate, authentic and inviting, she’s garnered a cult following on social media, and her “functional yet display-worthy” art has been featured in British Vogue, Architectural Digest and The New York Times. As a brand whose founder, Dr. Howard Murad, swears by the healing, self-care power of art, we couldn’t think of a better guest editor for Well Connected.
October is Global Diversity Awareness Month, which is why we chose entrepreneur, author and body acceptance advocate Katie Sturino as guest editor. Using her fun, unapologetic voice and style on social media to raise awareness for size inclusivity and to empower women of all sizes, Katie’s viral content has attracted global attention with her work appearing in Elle, W, Marie Claire and more. As a first-time author (she recently released Body Talk,) Katie is all about getting people to feel more comfortable and confident in their own skin.
Dr. Howard Murad
Howard Murad, M.D., FAAD, is recognized as a visionary for his scientific innovations. A board-certified dermatologist, trained pharmacist and Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA, Dr. Murad has treated more than 50,000 patients. He founded Murad Skincare with the commitment to develop clinically proven, cruelty-free products that meet the meticulous standards for safety, efficacy and care you’d expect from a doctor. Plus, they’re supported by Dr. Murad’s extensive research that doesn’t just consider a skin symptom or concern, but rather overall wellness for truly optimal, total skin health.
Dr. Deepika Chopra
Deepika Chopra, known as the Optimism Doctor®, specializes in bridging holistic practices and evidence-based science to cultivate self-mastery tools to help develop a sense of lasting happiness, resiliency, optimism and success. She practices from a unique perspective with the ability to speak to the popular wellness trends of today, while providing real evidence-based science and experience. Dr. Chopra holds a doctorate in clinical health psychology, and her work has been featured in Forbes, Harpers Bazaar, Vogue, Goop, Variety, E!, NBC and more.
The past year-plus has likely made all of us consider what actually matters in life—aka our “purpose.” That’s why we’re thrilled to welcome Candace Reels, founder of Female Collective (a 1 million-strong community that empowers the feminine spirit), as our guest editor for March 2021, in honor of Women’s History Month. An expert in self-love and an intersectional feminist, Candace spills on finding purpose, physical health and more.