hi! i’m nicole and i’m nanette lepore’s junior social media analyst. here is where
i’ll be sharing adventures from nanette lepore’s studo in new york, as well as
giving you a behind the scenes look at what i do.

a bit of background: i’m a nineteen year old fashion institute of technology
junior from a small town in maryland. i moved to new york shortly after
graduating high school and started my first internship at nanette in her sales
office. since then i’ve interned for jeffrey campbell and jennifer behr, and have
contributed to lucky magazine, teen vogue, seventeen, and others like. you can
follow my personal ramblings on my blog, the style student.


4 responses to “about

  1. Theresa Anderson

    Hi Nicole,
    I’m a huge Nanette Lepore fan and own many of her fabulous dresses. I have been following some of her interviews about “Made in America” manufacturing and just assumed that all her clothes were made in America. I recently bought the cutest sweater dress from Nanette at Nordstrom and wore it to my husband’s 30th class reunion and received so many compliments on it! I have to tell you how disappointed I was when I noticed on the tag that It was made in China:( Do you have an idea what percentage of her designs are made overseas vs. made in America?
    A Very Curious Customer,
    Theresa Anderson
    (Palo Alto, CA)

    • hi Theresa!

      nanette founded her brand in nyc’s garment center and proudly produces 85% of her line in new york. while the company someday hopes to make that number 100%, there are still some styles that we have to make overseas to stay competitive. thanks for looking at the label! we hope that the demand for made in america creates new opportunities for us to produce here on our shores.
      -nanette’s social media team

      i hope that makes a little more sense and i’m so happy to hear you loved the sweater dress.


  2. Theresa

    Thanks for replying back Nicole. Happy to hear most 85% of her designs are produced in the US. I’m hoping she can figure out a way for all of her production to be done in the US. Love love her company and style:)

  3. Love the photographs on this blog! As a recent fashion design grad, it is a pleasure to see these beautiful behind-the-scenes images! Looks like a fun place to work.

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