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This will come as no surprise but I love Maryam Nassirzadeh, she’s such an inspiration explosion right now? I seriously browse her feed of outfit trials in bathroom mirrors daily and if I could have a fraction of her wardrobe… Also, if I could meet all the inspiring people in her life, see all the places, hang out with her kids Anaïs and Lune <3 <3.
I won’t tell her story as you probably already know it (if not, in short: she launched her eponymous store on Lower East Side in 2008 and since, her world has become this recognizable, feminine universe made up of progressive designers and, since six-seven years, her own label; all eclectic, emerging, irresistible, perfect in a messy combination with each other. I want it all and am happy at least I get peeks of it on social media. Thanks Maryam for making the world more inspiring.

Irene Guarenas by Thistle Brown in Maryam Nassirzadeh's own brand's summer 2018 collection

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