Hadley Henriette

Hadley Henriette is Managing Editor of Haute Living, a Miami-based über-luxury lifestyle magazine and website with editions in Miami, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco and localized web sites from Chicago to Dubai. Hadley manages the online and print publication, interviewing Miami’s elite and some of luxury’s biggest players with a skilled team of photographers, stylists and make-up artists. As Haute Living‘s editor, she attends the most important social events in the city and co-hosts their annual Haute 100 dinner bash, which celebrates and attracts the 100 wealthiest and influential people in the city.

Before Haute Living, Hadley wrote travel features, celebrity interviews and business profiles for Ocean Drive, MIAMI Modern Luxury, The Miami Herald, Horizons, and Axess.  She also served as the Miami Editor of DuJour and 944 Magazine’s Managing Editor where she led the magazine’s edgy editorial direction, digging up the best stories about the freshest emerging talent and bringing them to life via articles and events.

Hadley1a In addition to working behind the scenes in media, she has also spent some time in front of the camera, becoming a co-host for Plum TV’s top-rated show, The Juice, and   guest starring as herself on Afterhours with Daniel Boulud on Mojo Network, E!’s Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami and Katrina Campins’ Hot Listings Miami on the Style Network. She has also participated in photography projects ranging from photographer Alissa Christine’s i love miami 365, where she made Real Magic posing with live flamingos, to Celebrity Photographer Adam Bouska’s NoH8 campaign.

Hadley is also involved in Miami’s cultural scene, serving as a judge in 2009 at the Miami International Film Festival, for the Cutting the Edge competition, and presented the award onstage at the festival ceremony. She was on Perez Art Museum Miami’s Young Collectors Committee where she helped acquire new acquisitions for the museum. After being a “Friend of the New World Symphony” for many years, she is currently involved with the Miami City Ballet, assisting them in finding the next generation of ballet aficionados.

Hadley graduated from American University in Washington D.C. where she majored in International Service and minored in Communications and spent a term studying global economics markets in Paris. She currently lives in Miami Beach where she resides in an 1930’s Art Deco home with her husband, Yannick Henriette, founder of JAC HENRI, a brand known for their bespoke slim wallets.