A graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design, Nasha has over 10 years of professional experience in the design industry. She is the creator of beautiful stationery, and applies her graphic prints on a range of products including tabletop items, furniture and even clothing, through a recent collaboration with Payal Singhal. She splits her time between New York and Mumbai.
Nasha's stationery collection resounds with the rhythm of life from her childhood, spent in the city of Karachi, and the quiet simplicity of modern aesthetics. Her designs are reflective ofvibrant colours and intricate patterns, with a keen attention to detail. Handcrafted in India, most of her note sets use the technique of silk screening and foil stamping. An air of soft elegance, bold sophistication and contemporary aesthetics define her design creations.
Can’t start your day without?
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein.
Favourite thing you’ve ever created?
I constructed and painted a chair out of cardboard.
Can’t leave your house without?
If you could put one item in an empty room what would it be?
Favourite place to shop?
If you could pick any other city to live in, which one would it be?
Subtle and sophisticated or bright and bold?
Tough choice. Both!
Fairy lights or chandeliers?
Dots, blocks or stripes?
A celebrity you would like to have coffee or a drink with?
Biggest design trend of all time?
What is the best style or design secret you’ve ever learned?
Less is More.
Who is your style or design icon?
What would be the title of your autobiography?
Happy and Chic.
Vintage or modern?
If you could pick one medium to work with, what would it be?
Pen and ink.
One talent you wish you had?
Being a dancer.
Holiday home – On the beach? In the mountains?
On the beach.
One thing you would like to own in your closet?
An Alexander McQueen Cape.
One thing you would like to own in your home?
What is your guilty pleasure?
What coffee table book are you likely to own?
Something on home decor.
What’s your favourite colour?
Favorite room in your house?
My living room.
Favorite room in the world?
The Blue Mosque – Istanbul, Turkey.
What inspires you?
Underprivileged, hard working, passionate people. People who believe in themselves.
Design advice for the rest of us?
Keep it simple. Keep it real.
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