Stephanie Danler is a writer and the author of the National Bestseller Sweetbitter, now available in Paperback from Vintage Contemporaries. She holds an MFA from The New School and her work has appeared in The Sewanee Review, Travel + Leisure, Vogue, and The Paris Review.
Bianca is the Community Manager at Milk Studios and a freelance photographer. She also works on painting and production design for editorial videos and short films. Recently, she self-published a photo zine with photos from her travels in Asia called “hotpot.”
When Lyndsey Butler founded VEDA in 2008, she didn't just want to make another leather jacket; she wanted to make the best leather jacket. We visited Lyndsey and the rest of the VEDA team in their light-filled Canal Street studio to learn more about what it's like to run a growing brand in the fashion industry.
Tabitha Denholm is a VMA-nominated music video director and creative director for Florence & the Machine for her past three albums. She is the founder of Women Under the Influence and a frequent contributor to the Dazed, Ch4, I-D and Nowness.
Lisa oversees design and product development at MONOGRAM, the graphic tee company she co-founded with her husband, Jeff. She has been recognized through numerous industry accolades for her design, and was previously the co-founder of Vena Cava. Lisa is a mother of two boys and lives in Clinton Hill.
Charlotte is the co-founder of RUDAS, a line of idlewear designed and produced in NYC. She has a history in art book publishing, a love of textiles, and an obsession with bath houses. Born and raised in North Carolina, she currently lives in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.
Marie was born in Melbourne, Australia. Wanting to travel the world, she moved to Dubai and worked for Emirates for 7 years, before moving to London to work for British Airways. Her most valuable item is her passport.
Shawana works as a Visual Consultant for international fashion houses, curating innovative and unique shopping experiences for clients including Opening Ceremony, Erdem and Burberry. She is also the co-founder of Still Life, an interior-focused design store launching in September 2017.
Ariel is an Illustrator and Art Director based in her native Los Angeles, CA. Influenced by an upbringing in salty water, comic books, cars and punk, her work comes together through texture, bold shapes and humor.
Sarah is an independent producer, championing personal films with unique worldviews. She is a graduate of NYU’s Cinema Studies program and has a Master’s Degree in Media Management from The New School. Her work has been shown at Sundance, SXSW, Atlanta Film Festival, and ITVS.