Wear Many Hats Episode 63 — Seanella Abraham — Artsy Magazine

Hey everyone it’s Rashad and this is Wear Many Hats presented by Dahsar where we talk about your main gig then we talk about your side hustle.

Seanella Abraham is the Editor In Chief at Artsy Magazine. I first ran into her when I was working at the Canal Street Market and she told me to come check out the Kid Super booth where designer Colm Dillane was selling a few pieces of his line there and to check it out. As a kid with no money I was like yeah yeah maybe but having Seanella come up to me was a memorable moment that I will never forget.

She was the glue that connected all of us. Artsy Magazine spills attention exclusively on emerging artists, designers and creative self starters.

She has featured friend of the pod, Naoko over at Kabuki NY in Artsy Magazine’s Shopify series. On the site she interviews various artists, musicians, and brands and a morning brew series for mental health and productivity.

Artsy, Art / Rebel / Trends / Style / Youth

Please welcome Seanella Abraham.

What’s good family?

It’s like I just saw you yesterday.

To all our listeners out there where are you based?

What do you like about LA?

You know you were one of the first that I showed our Dahsar Commercial Type billboards in LA featuring Naoko’s flowers?

I’m so glad that we were able to link up and shoot a few of the pieces of the new Dahsar collection on your cover star, Brian Henry.

Thanks again for having us. Also linking up with you and catching up was fun. You’re another one of the homies that transitioned to LA. How do you like it?

Aren’t we all so proud that Cole is in the finals for the LVMH prize? That’s wild. It’s either Christopher John Rogers or him.

Artsy Magazine

Give me the low down on Artsy Magazine, how did you start it?

You have a great eye for brands too. You even knew the shoes I was wearing when I came to the shoot.

How did Shopify link up with you?

When you’re not working on Artsy Magazine, what are you up to?

Hats OFF

Hats off to you on all these things that you do, for some Wear Many Hats Dahsar solutions, I mean, me and Christian Schwartz of Commercial Type are super stoked and honored to be in the next issue. Thank you for having us.

Ending

If you were to get a chest tattoo quote what would it be?

Plug your socials where can people find you?

Till next time this is Wear Many Hats presented by Dahsar and I’m Rashad Peace!

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