Hong Kong Expat Living 01/05/2017
Hamptons Magazine: Labor Day Issue 09/12/2016
The Girl with the Green Bag: “London’s weather is unpredictable – but it’s fashion is always on point. In unpredictable weather it is a necessity to have a versatile cashmere piece – that can keep you warm and looking fashionably chic. I have always struggled with finding a cashmere brand that could provide me with a modern statement piece and the quality that I desired…” Read More
Aspen Bandana Trunk Event 08/30/2016
Two weeks ago we held our debut Aspen trunk event at Bandana, Nuan’s newest Colorado stockist. A great success, Bandana now stocks many of our most popular styles – see our stockist page for opening hours and contact details. Read More
Jiawa Liu: “It’s fascinating how we approach work-life balance of our wardrobes in completely different ways. My mother, for example, seldom buys anything unless it passes the test of ‘can I wear this to work?’ This makes perfect sense, of course, for someone who happily defines herself by her career. Whereas for yours truly, who believes off-duty days are when one can truly indulge in personal style, the polar opposite criterion of ‘can I wear this on the weekend’, applies…” Read More
What Would Karl Do: Little Black Skirt Suit 06/22/2016
Jess Dempsey: “Hey guys, it is another week, another winter week here in Melbourne and it is freaking cold! Today it rained all day long and trying to get two kids to kinder in the rain is not pleasant I can tell you that!
In other news, how cayyyute is this house we shot at? My reinvention of wearing luxurious NUAN Cashmere as a little black suit absolutely popped in this location. I wasn’t even cold because of the 100% cashmere Coco pieces, cute right? I did a little shoot with them last week that will be in the Herald Sun tomorrow, can’t wait to see me and my gorgeous friend Sanchia sporting the knit dress look! Read More
Save the Date: California Trunk Event 06/09/2016
This March, NUAN was hosted for a private trunk event in support of the McCallum Theatre Institute. 10% of all proceeds went to towards making the arts available and accessible to youth in the Palm Desert area. The programs developed by the Institute are designed to build on that creativity by equipping individuals with the skills necessary for a life-long engagement with the arts and an understanding of their essential contribution to enlightened citizenship. A wonderful event for a wonderful cause, the show raised over $1000 for local children.
Karen Woo: Melbourne Pop Up Event 06/08/2016