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30 Days of Playlists: Aliza Licht

In honor of our first-ever music issue, we asked a few of our friends to share their summer playlists. For the next 30 days, we'll reveal one at a time for all you faithful Luckymag.com readers. Miss a day? It ain't no thing, just check us out on Spotify under "LuckyMagazine" and you'll be able to cop every list all summer long.

Aliza Licht, the SVP of Global Communications at Donna Karan, is nothing if not digital. She tweets from multiple accounts, she tumbls and she's widely acknowledged as one of the best in the business. Not convinced? Check out this video. If it doesn't show a clear understanding of how social media and PR work in this day and age, then nothing does:

And of course, her playlist:

Want more? We asked a few of our favorite celebs for their playlists. Enjoy!

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