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Jeremy@360bespoke.com

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Jeremy Murphy is the founder of 360bespoke, an all-purpose media agency that provides PR, content development, reputation management and crisis communications for global brands in the luxury space, as well as world-renown talents. Previously, Murphy spent 14 years at CBS where he served many roles as a Vice President, most notably as a company spokesperson, speech writer and editor in chief.

 At 360bespoke, which he launched in 2016, Murphy has achieved national media placements for his clients, including in Vanity Fair, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, US Weekly, the New York Post, WWD, Fox Business and Town & Country, among other outlets. He has distinguished the firm as a destination for first class clientele, including celebrity violinist/ fashion muse Charlie Siem, internationally renowned opera star Iestyn Davies, mens grooming brand Fly; French fashion brand Vicomte-A; UK skin care brand Heaven by Deborah Mitchell and several other clients in the arts/ luxury/ fashion/ beauty space. He was profiled in both New York Lifestyles and Resident magazine.

Murphy’s achieved industry recognition at CBS where he created, managed and edited its glossy entertainment/ luxury magazine Watch, which redefined the perception of custom publishing. As its editor chief he built one of the most respected mastheads in publishing, recruiting top editorial talents like world-famous photographers Patrick Demarchelier, Ellen von Unwerth, Art Streiber and Ruven Afanodor, fashion authority Kate Betts, who was the youngest editor-in-chief in Harper’s Bazaar history; Time magazine columnist Joel Stein; New York Times contributors Ben Widdicombe, Frank DeCaro and Stuart Elliot; and Allure top editor Kristin Perotta as contributors. Working with these creative forces, he infused the magazine’s pages with elegant and timeless features, including recreations of French Impressionist paintings in Paris, homages to Christian Dior and Babe Paley, and a cover shoot with actress Julianna Margulies by Demarchelier at the Hotel dup in the Cote d’Azur. The strategy successfully transitioned Watch from a publication to media brand encompassing print, television, online, video and social media. The pivot to luxury editorial also helped attract brands such as Tom Ford, YSL, Giorgio Armani, Dior, Givenchy, Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino, Hugo Boss, Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton and Peninsula hotels as advertisers.

In 2014, Murphy collaborated with internationally-renowned violinist and fashion muse Charlie Siem to write the virtuoso's first musical composition for Watch. Murphy used Siem’s composition as a theme-song for the magazine’s digital editorial platforms and marketing and sales campaigns. The project was hailed by The New York Times as a new model in media, the first print brand to create an original “soundtrack” to transform its brand into a leader into interactive marketing. Murphy also helped produce a documentary for the Pop network that went behind the scenes of its photo shoots in London. In addition, he launched CBS Interactive’s CNET magazine, a quarterly print magazine featuring the online brand’s reviews, features, product previews and personalities. Murphy served as General Manager of the publication, helping build a readership of 1 million across the country and newsstand placement throughout the country.

Before CBS, Murphy worked as a reporter at Mediaweek, where he covered the nation’s top 50 markets. He began as a feature writer with Knight Ridder newspapers.

Throughout his career Murphy has distinguished himself a true bon vivant and aficionado of travel and luxury, having served an writer/editor for Simply the Best in Palm Beach as well as contributor to New York Lifestyles, the Champagne for Breakfast online platform, the Ritz-Carlton magazine and as the jet-setting adventurer Fritz van der Flagen. 

 My definition of heaven is … A full night’s sleep in La Premier on Air France

One thing I never leave home without … Twenty chargers for all my stupid gadgets

First thing I do in the morning is … Watch “Morning Joe” on MSNBC

Favorite travel accessory … A Giorgio Armani laser cut leather weekend bag

My personal style is … Classic

Favorite designer is … Tom Ford, bien sur!

What I wore today ... A mohair Dior Homme sweater I found in Selfridges London

Favorite musician ... Charlie Siem

Ski or après ski? Apres ski, with a scotch by the fireplace

Favorite scent and the memory it triggers ... Amber, it reminds me of the Hotel Plaza Athenee in Paris, which is my all time favorite hotel

Favorite drink … Macallan on the rocks with a splash of water

Favorite destination … London. I’ve been 25 times and can never get enough. I love the vibe of the city, history, traditions and how cosmopolitan it has become over the last decade. My “home” when I go is the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, where I’ve been staying for years. I also love to get a hot towel shave at the Bourdan Dunhill house. Finally, I’m a member of a private club called 5 Hertford Street, and I love bringing friends for boozy wine dinners. They have this giant stuffed giraffe that is whimsical when you first see it, then super trippy after a bottle or 12 of Chateanueuf du Pape

The best meal I’ve ever had … A three course meal — spaghetti, foie gras and mini burgers — a L’Atelier Joel Rubochon in Paris on the Left Bank.

When I go to a five star hotel, the first thing(s) I do is … Check out the view, charge my gadgets, turn on BBC World and jump on the bed. I have my routines. I also like wearing cashmere slippers around the room

Personal motto  … Pay it forward

My favorite movie quote … Miranda Priestly:  “Find me that piece of paper I had in my hand yesterday”

Best thing to do on a rainy Saturday night … Binge watching Netflix or Amazon

I most often dream about ... sitting on a beach chair at the Hotel du Cap in Cap d'Antibes and feeling the sun on my toes as I sip a steady stream of Diet Coke

My guiltiest guilty pleasure is … A Macallan 18 inside Jacques at The Lowell