FASHION

Rory Worby Studio: Sustainable Silks and Our Spring Picks
31Jan

Rory Worby Studio: Sustainable Silks and Our Spring Picks

NYNoMad Mag speaks with Rory Worby about her inspirations from nature, recent accolades, and future aspirations.

An Evening at Audrey’s: Deborah Sawaf of Thalé Blanc Talks the Creation of the Audrey Hepburn Inspired Handbag
04Jan

An Evening at Audrey’s: Deborah Sawaf of Thalé Blanc Talks the Creation of the Audrey Hepburn Inspired Handbag

NYNoMad Mag speaks with Deborah Sawaf of Thale Blanc to discuss the creation of her Audrey Hepburn inspired bag collection when staying at Hepburn’s home in Italy.

Indulge in a Fashion Reverie with William Gooch and Tijana Ibrahimovic
10Dec

Indulge in a Fashion Reverie with William Gooch and Tijana Ibrahimovic

NYNoMad Mag speaks with William Gooch and Tijana Ibrahimovic about their new talk show “Fashion Reverie Talks.”

A Dream Around the World: Q&A with Meagan Morrison of Travel Write Draw
24Nov

A Dream Around the World: Q&A with Meagan Morrison of Travel Write Draw

Meagan Morrison is a traveling fashion illustrator who has worked with brands from Dior, Anthropologie, Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors to Conde Nast Traveler and the European Union. She has traveled the globe to create vibrant artwork that embodies the culture and style of the area. Read for my Q&A with Morrison for an in-depth look into her career, muses, and future manifestations!

Leaving a Mark: Richard Haines was Here
19Nov

Leaving a Mark: Richard Haines was Here

In an age where the majority of the population has a camera in their phone and where visual images can be captured and transported with a click, what place does an illustrator hold in fashion? Why look at an image drawn by an artist rather than the image itself? We spoke with Richard Haines, a noted fashion illustrator, to understand his perspective on his work and to appreciate art that captures not only an image, but the imagination.

From the Big Apple to the Small Screen: R. Scott French Discusses the Digitization of NYFW
08Oct

From the Big Apple to the Small Screen: R. Scott French Discusses the Digitization of NYFW

R. Scott French, a renaissance man of fashion, gives an inside look into how NYFW adapted with innovation and digitization to bring designer’s creations to the public during a pandemic.

Caroline Vazzana: Thriving in Manhattan
05Oct

Caroline Vazzana: Thriving in Manhattan

Making it in Manhattan’s Caroline Vazzana talks NYFW this season and the future of the fashion industry.

This NYC Clothing Brand is Fighting Against Asian American Hate During COVID-19
01Oct

This NYC Clothing Brand is Fighting Against Asian American Hate During COVID-19

APAC Apparel, an up-and-coming NYC-based clothing brand, is bringing Asian American communities together through the power of clothing.

The Best City Work Bags for Women
15Sep

The Best City Work Bags for Women

The days of running to catch the Manhattan-bound bus, piling onto a packed subway car, and hustling into the office with an almond milk latte in-hand may seem like a lifetime ago for many of us. And while the exact date remains TBD, the hustle and bustle of NYC will eventually return; and with it will come the return of one of the working woman’s most important undertakings – the search for the perfect work bag.