Naomi Nevitt

Jasy Legaspi @ 2021-11-25 02:01:56 -0500

Editorial Director of Obsessee

An early discoverer of Industry Standard, Naomi Nevitt is the American embodiment of Japanese minimalism. With so much talk of “uniform dressing,” Naomi is truly loyal to her look – mock necks, stripes, and of course, classic denim in the form of the Margot Highrise. She is a master of the millennial domain, having worked as an editor at Teen Vogue, Refinery29, and now Obsessee, a social media-based lifestyle publication for Gen Z. She’s the shopping guru to millennials, and yet, has a studied and intentional approach to dressing and design. Inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe and Cy Twombly, and a declared hater of self-deprecating memes, she is the oldest soul we’ve ever met.

What is your favorite way to wear your IS jeans?

With ballet flats.

What is the last movie you watched?

Lo and behold: Reveries of the Connected World.

What do you love most about IS jeans?

They show just the right amount of ankle.

What was the first CD you bought?

Lisa Loeb, "Nine Stories."

What's something most people don't know about you?

I hosted a French disco themed radio show in college.

What is something people love, but you hate?

Self-deprecating meme.

What did you want to be when you grew up?

A microbiologist.

What is your idea of happiness?

Dancing for hours.

What is your idea of misery?

Never listening to music ever again.

What cartoon character do you identify with most?

Judy Funnie from "Doug."

Whose style do you admire most?

Georgia O'Keeffe.