8 posts tagged "Misha Nonoo"
The Spring ’14 collections are under way in New York, and will be followed by the shows in London, Milan, and Paris. Before their new clothes hit the runway, we’ve asked some of the most anticipated names to offer a sneak peek. Per usual, it’s a busy time for all—designers and fashion followers alike—so we’re continuing our split-second previews: tweet-length at 140 characters or less. Our entire selection of Spring ’14 previews is available here.
WHO: Misha Nonoo
WHERE: New York
WHEN: Friday, September 6
WHAT: “Paying homage to brave female mavericks who believed in the impossible and paved the way..”— Misha Nonoo. The designer sent us an inspiration image of Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn, above.
“I think my stomach dropped to the floor and all the blood rushed out of my hands and my feet,” said Misha Nonoo of her reaction when she learned she was one of the ten 2013 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalists. The emerging-designer initiative invited program alums and industry insiders, including Thakoon Panichgul, Prabal Gurung, Pamela Love, and Max Osterweis, to Rag & Bone’s Meatpacking District studio last night, where the names of this year’s top picks were revealed. Now in its tenth year, the program will announce the 2013 winners—who will receive financial support and mentoring—at a Gala in L.A., on November 11.
This year’s finalists—Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School, Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard of Veronica Beard, Marc Alary of Marc Alary Jewelry, Tim Coppens, Todd Snyder, Misha Nonoo of Nonoo, Shimon Ovadia and Ariel Ovadia of Ovadia & Sons, Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin of Tome, Commodore Jason Jones of Parabellum, and Juan Carlos Obando—were selected by a group of influencers, which included new judges Marcus Wainwright and David Neville of Rag & Bone. Continue Reading “The CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Reveals Its Top Ten” »
As we enter into a month of fashion shows, we’ve asked some of this season’s biggest stars and most anticipated new talents to offer a sneak peek. Naturally, it’s a busy time for everyone—designers and fashion watchers alike—so we’re pioneering the split-second preview: tweet-length previews at 140 characters or less. To view all of our Fall ’13 previews, click here.
WHO: Misha Nonoo
WHERE: New York, NY
WHEN: Tuesday, February 12
WHAT: “A weekend invitation: British mavericks, imperial guards, Romanov romance, and noble ease.” —Misha Nonoo. The designer sent us an inspiration image—an 1837 portrait of V. A. Perovsky, by Bryullov—pictured above.
When she isn’t working in her studio://www.style.com/stylefile/2012/08/in-venice-with-designer-misha-nonoo/">married her now-husband Alexander Gilkes in Venice, with the likes of Princess Eugenie and Beatrice, Helen Rockefeller, Lana Del Rey, and Zani Gugelmann all in attendance.) More recently, Nonoo made a trek to Moscow and she captured it all on camera. Here, she shares her trip exclusively with Style.com.
As I left for my inspiration trip to Russia last week, I wondered anxiously how I would find this far-off, foreign land. However, I needn’t have worried. Upon landing I discovered that Russians and I have much more in common than I initially imagined, including an appreciation for architecture and history and a deep love of gold and vodka. From the awe-inspiring St. Basil’s Cathedral (pictured, above) and its candy cane-inspired domes to the formidable Russian art collections on display at the Tretyakov Gallery, the attention to detail and color that pre-revolutionary Russia demonstrates is deeply affecting. The trip wasn’t all inspiration, however, as we managed to slip away to the inimitable Café Pushkin for lunch, where the rooms are more like libraries one would find in a storied old home. I also dined at Turandot, an exquisite architectural gem of a restaurant that cites French, Venetian, and Chinese styles amongst its influences. The murals and domed ceiling were some of the most magical I’ve ever seen. They were also quite liberal with their signature cocktails, which led to my adventure on the last day, to the Russian Banya, a collection of hot rooms and cold pools meant to cleanse and detoxify the body. Despite my hesitation, I re-emerged feeling the benefits and enjoyed what I felt was a truly Russian experience.
“Me at Café Pushkin.”
“Gold, gold, gold!”