After graduating from LISAA (L’Institut Supérieur des Arts Appliqués de Paris), a fashion and design school, Camille Prévost moved to New York City for an internship at DvF (Diane von Furstenberg). Amazed by the energy of the city, she decided to stay. She continued to work as a assistant designer for The Row and then for Juliette Longuet, a French fashion brand based in New York City. After three years in the big apple, she moved back to Paris to focus on her own creations and launched her own handbag brand CAMILLE VOST last June.Read more
After having finished law school in Paris, Zoé Leboucher decided to give the fashion industry a try, something she had always been interested in, by starting her own clothing line, Admise, in 2014. Facing difficulties to find suits that would fit the active life of a young woman, the 27 years old Parisian started to design elegant blazers, trousers and skirts with a modern and feminine style. A blazer matching both a skirt or a pair of jeans, both chic and casual, her pieces have already successfully seduced many French anchorwomen. Read more
When Amelia Tonelli and Rachel Widmark met again after having both studied abroad, they knew immediately they needed to find a way to combine their shared love for travel and their enthusiasm for fashion. Three months ago, the two friends from Virginia's Commonwealth University launched their jewelry line that is named after the German word for unsatiable wanderlust (and sparks exactly that): “Fernweh”... Read more
With an undergraduate degree from New York University and a degree from Fordham School of Law, Anisha Bhasin Mukherjee, originally from Nairobi, Kenya, could have easily continued to pursue her promising career as a lawyer. Instead, she decided to trade in her attorney's robe for a business costume and founded « Dress for the Day », that works like a personal shopper but online. Combining elegance and intelligence, Anisha, who is in her thirties, chose New York Public Library for the location of our photo shoot... Read more
TriBeCa is an acronym that stands for « Triangle Below Canal », making reference to the large cross street (Canal Street) that marks the northern end of the neighborhood. Over time, as the neighborhood changed, TriBeCa has partly eroded its original borders and is now situated between the Hudson River, Broadway and Ground Zero. If rent prices have at all dropped after 9/11, TriBeCa has quickly bounced back. Today, this coveted piece of land is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in New York City.