Born and raised in Los Angeles, Nathalie Shirinian is a writer, documentarian, and founder of NES Creative Services. Her creative agency is a place where fashion, interiors, and architecture intersect. Encompassing a full range of services in the interior design, and architecture realms, Nathalie represents the likes of high profile designers such as Mary McDonald, Charles De Lisle, Gulla Jonsdottir, Craig Van Den Brulle, and Tobi Tobin (to name a few!). Along with her agency, Nathalie is the creative interiors director for The Work Magazine. Writing is definitely a creative outlet for her since she also write for her acclaimed culinary site Femme on Feast, co-collective online magazine The Confessionals.tv, A Shaded View on Fashion, and Traditional Home!
With her debut documentary “Interior Motives,” Nathalie aims to show the importance of fashion in interior design. She intends to give give viewers an inside look into the lives of tastemakers, interior designers, editors, fashion designers, couturiers, mills, and showrooms, providing an accessibility to the common viewer into the worlds of the most important tastemakers of today.
Home on the Runway — the brainchild of NYC-native Fanny Zigdon — fuses fashion with interior design by focusing on the attainable. With a commitment to celebrate good taste regardless of geography, HOTR has talked shop with everyone from an artisanal candle maker to a pair of lighting-designer brothers, sparking the curiosity in us all. Talk about versatile.