Nausheen Shah is a freelance fashion stylist and creative consultant known for her discerning eye for detail and her artistic approach to creating looks that capture attention.
Shah began her tailoring specialization in Italy at Polimoda in Florence and completed her degree in fashion design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. After working with Catherine Malandrino and Mario Moya, she served as the Collection Director for Zac Posen and credits it for the discovery of her styling passion while working alongside stylist Alex White. With nearly a decade of experience, her portfolio of fashion, editorial, personal and celebrity styling, print advertising, fashion shows and music videos, Shah is currently a fashion contributor for the New York Post and the associate fashion and accessories editor at OliviaPalermo.com.
Meet Nausheen Shah
Expertise: Everything A La Mode
Location: New York City
Interests: Traveling, Cooking, Fashion and Interior Design
Background: Nausheen Shah is a New York based fashion designer turned stylist who has worked for the likes of Catherine Malandrino and Zac Posen. In her travels, Nausheen's love of language, cuisine, art and interior design flourished, informing her unique, distinctive, and global style. She is a fashion contributor/luxury travel writer for the New York Post, Associate Fashion Editor for Olivia Palermo and also runs her own 'fashion as a lifestyle' blog - A Shah's Life.
Favorite meal: Tasting Menu at Guy Savoie in Paris, France
Recent purchase: A pair of silk moiré trousers from Christopher Kane
Hidden talent: Trained dancer
Book/film recommendation: 'Zen and The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance' by Robert M. Pirsig
Restaurant recommendation (can be anywhere in the world): 'Sarava' in Jose Ignacio -Punta Del Este, Uruguay
If I had $20, I'd... Rent a bike and have a picnic in Central Park
Transformative travel experience: Toss up between Cairo, Egypt and Jerusalem, Israel.
Favorite neighborhood (can be anywhere in the world): Triana in Sevilla, Spain.
Dream holiday: Exploring Fernando de Noronha
If I could solve one problem, it would be: To stop people from using the word "like" in every sentence
I wish people cared more about: Engaging in conversation sans cellular phones.
Recent aha! moment: Learning that Grace Coddington and I have the same birthday.
The world would be a better place if: Everything was covered in nutella, et voila!