Minimalism. What could that even possibly mean in the realm of fashion these days? A mere attempt to place an aesthetic and term that was hugely popular with American artists in the 1950s on any attire that is white and sparse? No. Minimalism is much more than that. To the designers that fall into the often over used category, their concentration is in the form and fabrications, while maintaining a discreet sense of beauty in the designs.
The only thing better than a beautifully designed restaurant that’s oozing with style and charm is one that also serves, oh I don’t know, ricotta dumplings. We stopped by Greenpoint’s beautiful Sauvage to capture the pretty little restaurant, which is also the current driving force of my #InteriorGoals.
We first met Naz at a breakfast meeting that she had thoughtfully catered. Intrigued by her food, style, and personality, we were eager to get a closer look at her personal and professional life. A designer by trade, a chef + caterer by passion, and a mother on top of it all, Naz does a little bit of everything. She has a meticulous yet laid back approach to life, which comes across in the work she creates (food and design alike), and in the way she speaks about it all.