Nadjarina: Bringing High-end Consciousness and Female Empowerment to Los Angeles Fashion

Nadjarina

Lindsey Mallon, designer and founder of luxury fashion brand Nadjarina, brings awareness to the fashion industry with a conscious approach to design.

Mallon’s line is conceptualized in a way that reflects women in society today: dynamic, independent, and progressive.

Handcrafted in Los Angeles, every piece is made with ethical manufacturing and sustainable practices. Mallon’s designs tread the line between social progression and fashion innovation. She upholds both style and ethics to the highest standard, believing that one shouldn’t be prioritized at the expense of the other.

Mallon’s experience with fashion is nothing short of extensive. After receiving her bachelor’s degree from Rhode Island School of Design, Mallon moved to New York City where she worked several jobs in the fashion industry, gradually developing skills and expertise in design, development, and production.

After some time in the hustle and bustle of New York City, Mallon moved to the paradoxical paradise that is Los Angeles, a city that balances both natural and urban living. Her time in both cities inspired the concept of Nadjarina. With a variety of silks, pleats, ruffles, fringes, and angular cuts, Nadjarina is a line that has a bi-coastal aesthetic, striking equilibrium of bold, East Coast confidence, and effortless West Coast tendencies.

As for her inspiration, Mallon reflects on her own personal journey through life. As a mother, creative thinker, and businesswoman herself, she designs clothes that are avant-garde and contemporary while still maintaining practical functionality for everyday life. Each one of Mallon’s pieces embodies the power of the modern woman: a self-sufficient powerhouse who carves her own path.

Like the ideal Nadjarina woman, her clothes are progressive and fearless, yet tasteful and classy. Nadjarina is the epitome– the quintessential example.

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