Madelaine Levy

Editor

Madelaine Levy is a fashion and culture journalist, and cultural consultant. She was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and studied literature there as well as in Paris and at Oxford. She founded literary fanzine Mono in her teens, edited an academic journal about material sciences and was the person who introduced the Swedes to Sudoku. 

She spent six years as editor-in-chief of Bon Magazine. Since then, she has written and consulted for a number of publications and brands. Her work has appeared in newspapers such as DN, Aftonbladet, BLM, Fokus and, finally, SvD, where she serves as Literature Editor.

Madelaine Levy is a fashion and culture journalist, and cultural consultant. She was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and studied literature there as well as in Paris and at Oxford. She founded literary fanzine Mono in her teens, edited an academic journal about material sciences and was the person who introduced the Swedes to Sudoku. 

She spent six years as editor-in-chief of Bon Magazine. Since then, she has written and consulted for a number of publications and brands. Her work has appeared in newspapers such as DN, Aftonbladet, BLM, Fokus and, finally, SvD, where she serves as Literature Editor.