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Nina McLemore: The choice of chic executive officers

No CommentsSeptember 22nd, 2014 Posted in Uncategorized

You won’t hear her name at Fashion Week or in red carpet coverage. But Nina McLemore designs for some of the most influential and affluent women in America: Hillary Clinton, DuPont Co. CEO Ellen Kullman, former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman .

CONTINUE READING THE ARTICLE IN THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE HERE


Buckhead home to New York designer’s 14th store

No CommentsAugust 25th, 2014 Posted in Uncategorized

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New York-based fashion designer Nina McLemore set her sights on Atlanta for her newest namesake clothing store.

Read more: Neighbor Newspapers - Buckhead home to New York designer s 14th store

Nina McLemore mixes business, philanthropy and fashion in Atlanta

No CommentsAugust 21st, 2014 Posted in Uncategorized

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Read the feature in THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION on Nina McLemore and our new store in Atlanta here.

“The woman is the message, not the clothes”

No CommentsAugust 19th, 2014 Posted in Press

That’s the design philosophy of Nina McLemore, the American designer with her eponymous label, who has dressed Hillary Clinton, Indira Nooyi, Janet Yellen, Elena Kagan, among other powerful women. In this exclusive interview, she tells Times Life why clothes should never speak louder than the women in them.

She dresses the most powerful women in the world.

Read the rest of the article on NINA in THE TIMES OF INDIA here.

PRiME

No CommentsAugust 13th, 2014 Posted in Press

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PRiME is an online magazine for women in their prime. It is an engaging, informative and entertaining site and we encourage you to check it out!

PRiME recently interviewed NINA! Read the feature here.

About PRiME:

PRiME is for women who don’t dress, think, or act like women in previous generations. We are unique. Just as our teen and adult lives did not mirror our mothers, neither do our lives at 50, 60, or 70. What we didn’t see in the marketplace was any publication that saw us as we saw us.

So being entrepreneurial prime women ourselves, we decided to launch an online magazine that did cater to just us!

PRiME is a lifestyle guide for living well not just living longer. We hope to provide a fresh perspective on fashion, travel, fitness, beauty, business, real estate, philanthropy, art and design.

Visit the site here.