marlo marketing. fully integrated marketing, public relations, and creative services agency based in Boston, Massachusetts and New York City

From influencer engagement for luxury hotels to website design for assisted living communities to public relations for iconic beer brands, we cover a lot of ground.

In industry lingo, we’re considered a full-service integrated consumer marketing agency.

In our lingo? We just get sh*t done.

jewelry Tag

Ever considered paying $10,000 for a sterling silver bird’s nest? I personally can’t say I have, but apparently, Tiffany & Co. thinks someone out there will! I recently came across an article in the NY Times from this past fall on Tiffany’s

Being in this industry, I think we can all appreciate a good PR stunt. My favorite right now? Tiffany & Co. recently launched its new jewelry collection, Paper Flowers, and to celebrate, the brand painted select NYC taxi cabs in

When you think of Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Rihanna, what comes to mind? For me, it’s definitely their eccentric, IDGAF style. And they have Bea Åkerlund, stylist to the stars and fashion activist, to thank for that. Bea’s newest venture?

I’m a total sucker for anything multifunctional. Whether it's Chanel’s Wallet on a Chain or something more simple like Stella & Dot’s La Coco retractable bracelet from a necklace, I’m immediately sold.

I have ALWAYS wanted a personalized name plate necklace, and I can absolutely assure you I was lusting after one years before Carrie Bradshaw made it cool. My yearning for the necklace started in about 6th grade when my friend

There are certain areas where I’d trust, and maybe even seek out, Guy Fieri’s judgment: interesting tailgate foods, top local “greasy spoon” spots, the best at-home bleach products. Noticeably missing from this list is jewelry advice. Joining Joselyn James in the land

To say that Nicki Minaj was recently spotted rocking a rather unusual accessory on the red carpet would be old news. Generally looking like a cross between a Harajuku doll and a nightmarish version of a Candy Land character, Nicki’s fashion choices

I still remember the first time I heard the phrase “conversation starter” being used to describe a piece of jewelry. I was 16 and in Tiffany & Co. which, looking back, is no place for a teenager. But alas, there I was admiring