Model, entrepreneur and dancer, meet the multifaceted Mariah Pershadsingh
Mariah shares her fashion must-haves, skincare faves and artists she adores
The creative partner of New York-based sustainable accessories label BOND Hardware, Mariah Pershadsingh (27) wears multiple hats and juggles a long-nurtured passion for dance and choreography. Her diverse Indian and Native American descent reflects in her creative practice as well as personal expression. She pursued dance and theatre at the University of California-San Diego before moving to the Big Apple and turning her internship at BOND Hardware to a creative partnership with founder and designer Dana Hurwitz. We asked her to share her fashion must-haves, skincare faves, artists she adores, and more.
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Pershadsingh in Valentino’s Spring/Summer 2020 campaign
Calvin Klein Fall 2018
I think our current situation with COVID-19 will affect the way we interact with each other. I’m waiting for all the hazmat suits on the runway next season.
Hydrated lips are mandatory for me. I don’t leave home without Chanel’s HydraBeauty Lip Treatment.
I eat at Bunna Cafe in Brooklyn at least two times every week; it’s a vegan Ethiopian cafe.
Raul Lopez, who designs for Luar, is always pushing the status quo. The perspective is thoughtful, and his runway shows are a true representation of the future of NYC. Raul was one of the kindest people I’d met when I moved to New York.
Right now, I’ve been living in every version of the Raf Simons x Calvin Klein metal square- toe heeled boots.
I miss the freedom of having a car; the Tesla Cybertruck is on my wish list.
English National Ballet’s production of In The Middle, Somewhat Elevated
To be able to see the first cast of William Forsythe’s ballet In The Middle, Somewhat Elevated with Sylvie Guillem would have made my heart pound.
Fleet Ilya makes some beautiful accessories.
Photograph (Mariah Pershadsingh): Jonathan Grassi and Dana Hurwitz