Heavy on Fashion talks to Vivienne Pash


Hello, all my divas and gurus! I am so happy to bring you another fabulous interview with fashion designer Vivienne Pash. Vivienne Pash is a Jamaican born, NY designer.



Hello, all my divas and gurus! I am so happy to bring you another fabulous interview with fashion designer Vivienne Pash. Vivienne Pash is a Jamaican born, NY designer.
 

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Heavy on Fashion Talks to Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux
Photo Curtesy of Dur Doux

Hello all my fashion divas and gurus! I am so happy to bring you another exclusive interview of with a great talent in the fashion industry, Najla Burt of Dur Doux. Najla Burt  is a graduate of Parsons the New School for Design with a degree in Fashion Design. With a degree from the prestigous Parsons, Najla develop a hot new collection called Dur Doux.  Dur Doux is a NY based Womens Ready To Wear brand full of wearable yet avant-garde piece. I love the mixture of hard and soft textures with dymantic use of pattern textiles. 

Dur Doux is full of great looks and serious style, so I am so happy to bring you
Heavy on fashion talks to Najla Burt of Dur Doux



Dur Doux’s latest collection, SSR15 / Urban Biota
Photo courtesy of Dur Doux


What was the first article of clothing you ever designed?

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux:The first article of clothing I ever designed was a cerulean blue princess dress.

When did you realize you wanted to become a fashion designer?

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux: I realized I wanted to become a fashion designer when I took an illustration class while working in Washington, DC. My instructor was so inspiring and he allowed me to explore different techniques in illustration. I thought at that moment, I want to translate my illustrations into real garments that women can wear. I want to see my ideas really come to life.


Dur Doux’s latest collection, SSR15 / Urban Biota 
Photo courtesy of Dur Doux


Where do you get your inspiration?

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux:My inspiration for my collection comes from films, art and the different countries I visit around the world.


How long does it usually take you to construct a piece?

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux:It usually takes one week to create a simple top and usually two weeks for complicated garments like blazers and coats. 


Dur Doux’s latest collection, SSR15 / Urban Biota 
Photo courtesy of Dur Doux


What are some of your proudest accomplishments as a designer?


Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux: Some of my proudest accomplishments as a designer happened when my label was featured in British Vogue and British Elle Magazine. My second proudest accomplishment as a designer is the day I completed my first collection, Dark Fiction. After working for other famous designers, and deciding I wanted my own label it was remarkable to me that I had actually launched my first collection and it was so well received. 


Dur Doux’s latest collection, SSR15 / Urban Biota 
Photo courtesy of Dur Doux


What matters to you most as a fashion designer?

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux: What matters to me most as a designer is to create clothing that makes a woman feel strong, empowered and sexy all at the same time. I feel women have so many roles in life such as a mother, a wife, an executive, etc. I want my clothing to allow a woman to feel that she can be anything she chooses at any given moment.



If they had the chance to dress *anyone* who would it be.. who do they think is the most stylish person around?

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux: If I could dress anyone in the world it would be Rhianna! Rhianna thinks Posh Spice is very stylish!


Dur Doux’s latest collection, SSR15 / Urban Biota 
Photo courtesy of Dur Doux



Describe the Dur Doux woman?

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux: The typical Dur Doux woman is self-aware and has a discerning appetite for fashion. She constantly seeks to uncover and wear fresh designs and has an insatiable demand for exciting new fashion looks that build her personal brand and distinguishes her in a highly competitive social and work environment.  She is into buying clothes that make her feel pretty and flatter her body. 

She stays true to her own style and seeks well-constructed clothing that has interesting fabrications and details. When she goes shopping brands must fit her look, rather than the other way around. She enjoys mixing expensive brand name pieces with affordable clothing.  She loves beautiful, hip shoes and is always beautifully accessorized, whether it is a great bag or jewelry. She will never wear a total look from a designer. She prefers to mix and match and be creative.  She is a Dur Doux woman willing to take risks in her clothing choices in a sophisticated way.



Dur Doux’s latest collection, SSR15 / Urban Biota 
Photo courtesy of Dur Doux


Where can readers find out more about you and your work?

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux: Readers can visit my website at www.durdoux.com to find out more about me and my work.




Finally, What does fashion mean to you?

Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux: Fashion should be an outlet of expression. It should allow you to be anything you want at any given moment, whether that is audacious, or jaw-dropping. Overall fashion should allow you to always remain true to yourself.  


I would like to thank Najla Burt Creator of Dur Doux for this exclusive interview
Be sure to check out the Dur Doux collection at http://www.durdoux.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/durdoux
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DurDoux

Until Next Time
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Malanb

Heavy on Fashion talks to Ronit Genik creator of Reverie Collection

Hello all my fashion divas and gurus! I am happy to talk to the designer of the Reverie Collection, Ronit Genik. Ronit is originally from Israel, grew up in Brooklyn, New York. With a degree from Parsons School of Design, Ms. Genik developed a her own fashion line.

This is a look at the Spring/Summer'14 Collection is inspired by Light - through fabrications, prints and unique techniques. Sheer silks create beautiful overlays and play on light through colors and silhouettes. Prints are inspired by nature made and man made- dreamy clouds, electric lightening and enigmatic bulbs. Exclusive printed clutches in Silk twill and Leather are added this season. 

I love love love this collection and I am so happy to talk to the creator of Reverie Collection - Ronit Genik



When did you realize you wanted to become a fashion designer?

I realized at a young age that I loved fashion- I was always sewing, creating accessories and sketching, coming up with new designs. 
My mother also loved vintage and designer clothing, so I grew up looking through Vogue and other fashion magazines and borrowing her clothes.

What's your favorite part about conceptualizing a design?

My favorite part about conceptualizing a design is telling a story- creating and researching the concept behind each design. I design my own prints, so that is a big part of my process and inspiration behind each collection. My inspirations are always very fluid and come from many places, from street fashion, to art and sculpture. Sometimes ideas come from the most unexpected places!




What is your favorite part about being a fashion designer?

My favorite part about being a fashion designer is the process of creating my vision and concept for each season, but I also love to see people wearing the clothes and feeling special and unique in them.

How would you define the style your line exemplifies?

I would define the style Reverie exemplifies as feminine, making a bold statement, keeping it edgy, but with a sense of fun. 



What are your favorite colors to work with and why?

I don't have a favorite color scheme as it changes with the season and concept, but I love rich, bright colors juxtaposed against black and neutral colors.
I love unexpected color statements, so I try to mix it up and keep it interesting.
Colors are a great way to express yourself and can really affect your mood and attitude that day, so I really think about that when designing.

What three word would describe Reverie S/S 2014 Collection?

Three words that describe the S/S14 Collection are whimsical, bold statement, edgy



Describe the Reverie woman.

The Reverie woman is a confident, unique woman to embodies youthful edge and personal style.

If you had the chance to dress *anyone* who would it be?

If I had the chance to dress "anyone", I would love to dress Natalie Portman. She is a very confident, talented woman that takes risks in her career and on the red carpet.



What do you hope to have achieved in the industry, 10 years from now? 

 I hope to keep growing as a brand, developing into more areas like accessories, shoes and jewelry. 
I would love to create a lifestyle brand that incorporates all aspects of a woman's wardrobe.         


Finally What does fashion mean to you?

Fashion means being confident, empowered and having a strong sense of individuality and style. 

It is also important to have fun with fashion, try something new and put something on that makes you feel good about yourself.

I would like to thanks Ronit Genik for the interview
Check out The Reverie Collection at  http://www.reverieny.com/

Until Next Time
Live,Style,Write
Malanb

Heavy on Fashion Book Reviews: Color Me Couture*



Hello all my fashion divas and gurus! As you all already know, I love books! I especially love books about fashion. This book is no exception. When I was in school, I dreamed of becoming a famous fashion designer despite the fact that I could not sew for my life. If only I had a book full of the basic layout of some of the most desirable silhouettes in fashion. Well my future fashion designers, here is Color me Couture. Color Me Couture is full of great illustrations of high fashion from the last 100 years.  


 This fabulous fashion book is full of great illustrations for any budding fashion designer/illustrator.  What I really loved about Color Me Couture is it is full of great facts about some of the most famous fashion accessories and clothing in history. I mean this a mini oasis for all my fashion geeks. I discovered so many fashion and style knowledge from Color Me Couture. I was amazed that this book packed such a punch with only 159 pages.  I have to say I am happy to have the chance to indulge in Color Me Couture. Simply a good read and a great book to great your start in fashion! 

Check out where you can buy your copy of 
Color me Couture 
at
or 
Go to Barnes and Nobles at http://www.barnesandnoble.com

Until Next Time 
Live,Style,Write
MalanB


Heavy on Fashion talks to Chouchou

Hello all my fashion divas and gurus! I am happy to introduce a great new designer, Silva Pellegrino. Growing up in Rome, she honed her fashion skills between her hometown, Amsterdam, London, and LA, before relocating to Scotland in 2010. Her label Chouchou captures an inspired take on contemporary Scottish style. With a array of beautiful luxury fabrics: heritage woolen tartans, fine Italian jacquard and silks, Chouchou is hit, just ask British Vogue and Glamour! Chouchou designs fuse Scottish tradition with a sleek Italian style, capturing hearts and imaginations worldwide. With a unique unisex collections and a impressive women wears collection, Chouchou is a must for all divas and gurus. 

Heavy on Fashion talks to Chouchou





Heavy on Fahion: What does fashion mean to you? How has fashion change your life?

Silva Pellegrino: I studied and graduated in Modern Languages before starting on my fashion career. I guess fashion is a fantastic way for me to feel free and let the creative juices flow. I wouldn't really be able to divide my life from my job as a designer and I am so happy to have the freedom to be creative on a daily basis.



Heavy on Fashion: What are some of your accomplishments as a designer?

Silva Pellegrino: I think being able to showcase my work in New York last month as part of the infamous Tartan Week has been been pretty magical, probably the most cardinal moment in Chouchou's life since last year when we received our first ever phone call we got from British Vogue.







Heavy on Fahion:What are some of your fashion goals?

Silva Pellegrino: Showing at the international fashion weeks would be a dream come true. London, and of course being Italian, Milan Fashion Week would be a wonderful experience. We also aim to have stores in the US, Italy and across the UK.

Heavy on Fashion:Where do you get your inspiration?

Silva Pellegrino: Inspiration is more a state of mind for me. I guess being open to new things and experiences...from traveling, meeting interesting and passionate people, or even going to the theatre. Anything could be inspirational and I take pictures of everything that I find interesting. I am a huge Instagram addict!

Heavy on Fashion:What are some of your favorite fashion websites, magazines, or books?

Silva Pellegrino: I love the blog 'Kingdom of Style', 'We are Handsome's website, and Pop magazine. In terms of fashion books, I remember buying 'Fashion Now' and telling people it was the "fashion bible'.



Heavy on Fashion: Who are some of your favorite designers?

Silva Pellegrino: There are many! Miuccia Prada, Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Kane, Sonia Rykiel. The list goes on and on...


Heavy on Fashion:How would you define your personal style?

Silva Pellegrino: I like this question a lot! I guess it's unique, feminine, casual chic with a touch of tomboy.





Heavy on Fashion:How would you define the style your line exemplifies?

Silva Pellegrino: Similar to my own. Chouchou's designs are about confident self-expression. Right now we are really focusing on luxury designs that are still distinctive and original, playing with new shapes and fabrics and each piece is handmade in Scotland, of course!



Heavy on Fashion:Where can readers find out more about you and your work?

Silva Pellegrino: Definitely on our website and through social media including Facebook and Instagram. All links are available on www.chouchoucouture.com and we LOVE it when our fans get involved!



I would like to thank Silvia of Chouchou for the interview! 

Check out more from Chouchou on:
Twitter:https://twitter.com/chouchoucouture
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hollyhoodbychouchou
Asos:https://marketplace.asos.com/boutique/chouchou-couture

Until Next Time
Live,Style,Write
Malanb

all photos courtesy of Photography Daniela Flores Photography

Heavy on Fashion Talks to Bridgett Artise

Hello all my fashion divas and gurus! I love fashion entrepreneurs especially when they are helping the planet. I am so happy to bring you a exclusive Fashion designer, Teacher, Author, and boutique owner Bridgett Artise. Bridgett Artise, an F.I.T. graduate, is best known as the up-and-coming fashion designer behind the indie label Born Again Vintage and connoisseur of all things sustainable.  Her fabulous sense of style and strong eye for design has enabled her to create recycled clothing looks that are both unique and award winning.  Bridgett, along with Jen Karetnick, co-authored the book Born Again Vintage: 25 Ways to Deconstruct, Reinvent and Recycle Your Wardrobe (Random House 2008) and recently opened a boutique in Montclair, NJ by the same name. 
Here is Heavy on Fashion Talks to Bridgett Artise!








Heavy on Fashion:Tell me a little about yourself. Where are you from? What's your educational background? What are your general professional and non-professional interests?

Bridgett Artise: I am from Teaneck NJ, jersey girl through and through. I've always wanted to be different fashion wise and was dubbed the Lisa Bonet of my group in high school. I went to university of Maryland and was a bit lost and one of my friends at school mentioned transferring to FIT and I copied her basically. I majored in buying and merchandising and graduated and enjoyed being a buyer very much. Took some time off to be a mom and had an itch to create but wasn't quite sure what so I made gift baskets one year, tree toppers the next and finally stopped at t-shirts. T-shirts turned into chopping up vintage and I haven't looked back.
I've always enjoyed writing and reading and movies, I love movies.


Heavy on Fashion:What does fashion mean to you?

Bridgett Artise: Fashion is an individual definition. What I may deem fashionable may be ridiculous to someone else.  So ultimately fashion is knowing who you are and being able to express it through your wardrobe.

Heavy on Fashion:When did you realize you wanted to become a fashion designer?

Bridgett Artise: I think I became a fashion designer before I realized I wanted to be one. Me designing clothing for children for a talent show I produced was a time filler not intentional. The response I received sparked the interest to pursue it and I never looked back so not sure if I ever realized it.


Heavy on Fashion: What are some of your favorite clothing stores/catalogs/websites?

Bridgett Artise: I have not been to a mall in several years, I shop at thrift stores only. To say my favorite store is Salvation Army is actually funny but it is most certainly my favorite. Anytime I out of town the first thing I do is search the closest Salvation Army.

Heavy on Fashion:How do you prepare for a fashion shoot or show?

Bridgett Artise: With both I feel like sky's the limit. I'm not confined to a customer order or even a marketable look. I can design at my leisure so whatever I have been thinking about doing or whatever I might have been itching to try comes out in my photo shoots and/or fashion shows.


Heavy on Fashion: What do you believe makes a quality article of clothing?

 Bridgett Artise: Details. The main reason I love vintage are the details. It's not a garment that didn't have thought put into it. From the lining to the buttons to the hem, everything is meticulous. We do not have that today, at least in non designer retail.

Bridget Artise with Jerseylicious Glam Fairy cast. Photo courtesy of Timothy Ivy

Heavy on Fashion: How would you define the style your line exemplifies?

Bridgett Artise: My line encompasses the best of both worlds. New and old. The elegance, sophistication and quality of the yesteryear together with the funky and urban chic of today.

Heavy on Fashion: Where do you get your inspiration?

 Bridgett Artise: I'm mainly inspired by prints and textiles. I see a fabulous vintage piece and its loud bold print or its luxurious textile and I immediately want to create something from it.


Heavy on Fashion: What are your favorite patterns [prints] to work with and why?

Bridgett Artise: I adore houndstooth, it's so classic and elegant. I think mostly anyone can get away with a houndstooth print. I could wear it head to toe and still think its not overboard.

Heavy on Fashion: Where can readers find out more about you and your work?

Bridgett Artise: The first place to find me would be my website. www.b-Artise.com, then my Facebook page Born Again Vintage. I also recently opened Born Again Vintage 'The Collective' boutique in Montclair, NJ. My site has information on how to purchase, where my store is located and how to sign up for my workshops. My Facebook page give more real time events where I'm showcasing or my FIT schedule, etc.
Being Substainable is always fashionable my divas and gurus! 
Live, Style, Write
Malanb

360 EMA Shopping Event & Sample Sale in New York City

Recently, I had the chance to interview Adolfo Sanchez of 360 EMA and look at the some fabulous collection. So while I am putting the finishing touches on Heavy on Fashion Goes to EMA Showroom post and video..here is a sample sale that you all in the NYC/NJ area should enjoy! Got to love a #bargain!

Heavy on Fashion talks to Jajo Couture

Hello all my divas and gurus! I am so happy to be back to Heavy on Fashion. I am so sorry for the delay but I have a great new interview for you. I had the chance to check out Fashion designer Janean Johnson of JaJo Couture. Check out the innovative and fresh new designs of JaJo Couture. 

Photo courtesy of JaJo Couture

Photographer- Grant Foto
Model-Jessica Garza
Yellow Glasses- Willi Stiles

Heavy on Fashion: When did you realize you wanted to become a fashion designer? What was the first article of clothing you ever designed?

Janean Johnson Of Jajo Couture: Well, that’s an interesting question.  I was actually a fashion photographer for several years and I started designing just random stuff to shoot.  I guess you could say I awakened a sleeping dragon.  I didn’t really think I would do much with it just stuff for fun but then I decided maybe it would be fun to explore it.  The next thing I know I’m doing fashion shows, photo shoots and other things and it just kind of happened.

Heavy on Fashion: How did JaJoCouture come to be?

Janean Johnson Of Jajo Couture: JaJo Couture started in 2008.  I needed a name for my clothing and I didn’t want to name is Janean Johnson so I shortened my name and it became JaJo.  I am a true Couture designer and everything I do is handmade and custom done by me.  This won’t always be a given but I doubt I will ever completely give up construction and hand work at any point in time.

Photo courtesy of JaJo Couture

Photographer- Grant Foto
Model-Jessica Garza


Heavy on Fashion: What inspires you in design and in Life?

Janean Johnson Of Jajo Couture: I am an art child, life in general inspires me.  Fashion is a strong form of art that speaks of our personality and style about who we are.  I can be inspired from a color to a mood and just run with it.  It can be a bit chaotic in my head sometimes with the ideas and things that excite me.

Photo courtesy of JaJo Couture
Credit Melissa Poe
 Photographer Sterling FX Photography

Heavy on Fashion: Tell us about your latest collection?

Janean Johnson Of Jajo Couture: Currently the last seasonal collection was the 2012 Fall Collection “Raven’s and Rage” This is a great example of how mood can inspire me.  I was in a pretty bad mood and dark place when I designed this.  It’s a great way to throw negative energy into something positive.  I am in the process of creating mini collections throughout the year, with the ever changing trends, colors not to mention my short attention span; it’s a great way to keep it fresh and constant.  Of course in between I find a fabulous fabric and create something on a whim. I also am known for my collar pieces and recently I created a unique one of a kind line of tie necklace pieces.  They are becoming of interest and I just love ties, I wear them myself and they are a great accessory piece to your wardrobe!

Photo courtesy of JaJo Couture

Model-Brittney Yee
Photographer- Mark Bradley
Hair-Morgan Clark
MUA- JBX Studios

Heavy on Fashion: What matters to you most as a fashion designer?

Janean Johnson Of Jajo CoutureAs a fashion designer I have to say fit matters the most.  If it doesn’t fit correctly how can you feel great about your style and what you wear?  I always had a problem with length growing up and even now it’s hard to find the proper fit and we all have fit issues of some kind so as a fashion designer fit is the supreme importance. 


Heavy on Fashion: What type of impact are you hoping to make in the fashion industry? In the World?

Janean Johnson Of Jajo Couture: In the vast community of fashion designers we are many, I have seen it firsthand just how many there really are.  We are all unique in our style, point of view and creativity.  I hope to at some point be known for my ability to not have one aesthetic and make that acceptable.  To some in the fashion industry having more than one aesthetic can be unacceptable.  I’d like to break that mold and take the signatures I am known for and change their styles back and forth as I do now.  

Photo courtesy of JaJo Couture

Model- Sharia Roberts
Hair- Morgan Clark
MUA- JBX Sudios
Photographer Mark Bradley

Heavy on Fashion: Any upcoming events for Jajo Couture?

Janean Johnson Of Jajo Couture: Currently there are not any upcoming events at this time.  That could easily change as it has been a busy year already with LA Fashion Week back in March and also a hair show in Austin, Raw Show back in February and a wonderful charity event I did this past July for the Society of Women who love shoes.  As much as I love shows I limit how many I do a year because of how time consuming and costly they can become but I’m sure more are going to surface soon.

Heavy on Fashion: Where can readers buy your clothes?

Janean Johnson Of Jajo Couture: I can be contacted directly via my website for custom requests and other pieces can be purchased via my Etsy account at http://www.etsy.com/shop/JaJoCouture


I would like to thank Janean Johnson of Jajo Couture for the interview.
You can check out JaJo Couture website at http://www.jajocouture.com/
Twitter -https://twitter.com/jajocouture
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/JaJoCouture

Heavy on Fashion Talks to Daniel Dunt of TS New York



Hey all my fashion divas and gurus! I am happy to interview a great blogger Daniel Dunt of That's So New York That’s so New York talks about great activities and trends of the fashion world and emerging creative designers. Lets get to know more about That's so New York and Daniel Dunt!




Hello Daniel, Thank you for agree to the interview. Why did you initially decide to start your blog That’s so New York?

D.D: It’s all Ugly Betty’s fault really. She had one, and I wanted one!

Where did the name That’s so New York come from? What is the mission of That’s so New York in the Fashion Industry?

D.D: It was actually my brother that thought of the name whilst he was home from university for the
summer. I thought it was catchy, and from then onward, I simply went with it.

In regards to the concept behind my blog, I like to post about independent and emerging, creative
talent predominately. I feel that the fashion industry can, at times, be very commercial. People do
not pay enough attention to new talent, and that’s where I come in. I want to give new talent a
place where they can be seen and, although one blog isn’t going to give them the recognition they
deserve, I think it’s a step in the right direction.

You accomplished a lot as a young blogger with 12,000 likes on the That's so New York Facebook page, over 4000 followers on your Twitter page and over 620 followers on Bloglovin'. What advice would you give an inspiring fashion writer/blogger to reach the next level?

D.D: If I’m totally honest, I’m not exactly the advice giving sort. Everyone has their own approach to
blogging and, as I’m still a newbie, I’m not really in a position where I would advise people to listen
to what I have to say as far as ‘reaching the next level’ goes. All I would say is that you should be
yourself. Blog about what you believe in, and there will be people out there who want to read and
follow your content. Build relationships, take every opportunity that comes your way and simply go
with the flow. Blogging is supposed to be fun, and you have to give yourself a chance to enjoy it!

What would you consider the biggest challenge in being a fashion writer/blogger?

D.D: It would have to be time management. I’m currently juggling so many projects, and it’s been
incredibly difficult, especially with college 5 days a week. On average, I sleep approximately 5 hours
each night. It’s not exactly healthy, but it gets the job done!

Do you consider yourself a fashion blogger or a fashion writer? Is there a difference?

D.D: Well, I always refer to myself as a fashion blogger, so I assume that’s what I am. I think that fashion writers have a much more in-depth knowledge of the industry, and they’re much better at writing. I would ideally like to write for a magazine one day, and perhaps that’s when I’ll make the transition from fashion blogger to fashion writer. Until then, it’s blogging all the way!

Who is your biggest inspiration in your life?

D.D: I take inspiration from an array of sources. In terms of people, I would have to say that the beliefs of vocalists like Marina Diamandis have been very inspirational. She’s my idol, and speaks a lot of truth. I also take inspiration from successful bloggers like Susanna Lau and Jennine Jacob. They’ve done so well for themselves, and I like to think that I’m capable of doing the same, eventually.

I noticed that on That’s so New York you feature your favorite music tracks. How does music
influence your writing?

D.D:  If I’m listening to music, and its music that I enjoy listening to, it always puts me in an upbeat mood. If I’ve been listening to music, I might sound a little more bubbly than usual. It doesn’t have a
significant effect on my writing, but music is something I really enjoy.

We all know that you love fashion. What else do you love?

D.D:  I’m a big fan of music, photography and modern art. I’m really interested in pop culture, surrealism and futurism. I also find history really interesting, although I wasn’t very good at it at school. I find the Jurassic period really interesting, alongside archaeology and Greek mythology. I also find space really interesting. I watch a lot of documentaries, and I’m now hooked on the stuff. Film and
independent film in particular is also something I really enjoy!

Where do you see That’s so New York in 5 years?

D.D: Ideally, I’d love for That’s so New York to be a popular source for individuals who are looking to
discover independent and emerging, creative talent. I’d also like to introduce outfit posts to the
blog, but I’m currently working on my overall image, as I’m not entirely comfortable with how I
look at the moment. I’d also like to introduce some street style photography to the blog, and that’s
something I’m currently working on. I’m all about building relationships, and hopefully over the
course of the next 5 years I’ll be able to work with some exciting designers and brands.

I would like to thank Daniel Dunt of  That's So New York for the interview. 
Make sure you check out his blog at http://www.tsnewyork.com/
Make sure you check out That's So New York at https://twitter.com/tsnewyorkblog