Factory Girl

Namesake spent the weekend with Enya Mommsen and photographer, Emma Albuquerque in the beautiful Brooklyn-based furniture studio/home of designer, Andre Joyau. The light was perfect, the interior was inspiring and the gals were the frosting on the epicfuntimes cake. **PEEP THE SLIDESHOW**

Photography: Emma Albuquerque  // Lighting: Ted Schantz //  Styling: Amanda Goss // Hair&Make-up: Estelle Bonnerot // Model: Enya Mommsen 

Furniture Design: Andre Joyau

Posted on April 6, 2016 and filed under editorial.

NAMESAKES: Interview w/Adriana Urbina

Adriana Urbina

Chef // Home // Long Island City

Adriana is wearing our Jacquie  skirt (sold out)

photos by Cassie Cummins


1. Where are you from?  What are some of your favorite things about Long Island City?

 I'm from Caracas, Venezuela.  My favorite things about LIC are the small  neighborhood feel, the beautiful view of Manhattan, and  good food.

2. How long have you been cooking professionally? How did you get your start?

I started cooking when I was very little and started to cook professionally about nine years ago. My dad got me started, he always cooked at home and asked me to be his helper.

3. Who are some of your biggest culinary inspirations?

I admire many chefs from different places and cultures around the wold but I am mostly inspired by chefs who work hard and strive to be better everyday and those who remain passionate in spite of the hardship that is natural of the culinary world.

4. What inspired you to start Tepuy? Can you tell us a little about the concept?

Tepuy was a concept that grew up as a part of my desire to express creativity through Venezuelan flavors. Dinners are held once or twice a month between Williamsburg and Greenpoint. It's a seven-course tasting menu, BYOB, and you don't know the menu until you get there. I offer vegetarian and vegan options.

5. How would you describe your personal style?

I don't think I have a particular personal style, it varies on my mood. The most important thing for me is to be comfortable and feel feminine at the same time.

6. Why did you select this piece?

I feel that this piece shows my personality really well. It is really feminine but at the same time extremely conformable. Love the design, the flowy volume, and the shape.

7. If you could choose, what would your namesake be?

The feeling when you are craving something  and then you eat it !!!!




Posted on March 3, 2016 .

Young Frankk SS16 Lookbook

We're always excited when we get a chance to collaborate with like-minded brands we adore... and Young Frankk is just that! See how Namesake pairs with the incredibly refined jewelry of Young Frankk in their newest Lookbook. We'll take one of everything, pleaseandthanks!

Courtesy of Young Frankk

Photography Alejandro Poveda
Styling Mia Flanagan
Model Olivia Anakwe courtesy of New York Models

Posted on February 29, 2016 .

WeekendS with: Emily Rose Theobald


For "Weekends with..." we send disposable cameras to tastemakers around the globe  to see how they interpret their favorite Namesake pieces on their own turf.

Emily Rose Theobald // 28  // Crown Heights, Brooklyn
Occupation: photographer / stylist / model
Insta: @emilyrosetheo
Favorite weekend hangs: "I love going to the Brooklyn Flea when I can. It's not the biggest or most extensive flea I've been to, but it's always fun to go and see what vendors have and to talk to some people who are just as passionate about vintage clothing as I am!".

photos by Lani Trock



Emily is wearing our Hope dress {sold out}, Eve shirt {sold out}, and our Alene skirt {sold out}.

Posted on February 24, 2016 .

Model House x Namesake

Check out our recent collaboration with the crew over at Model House !! These creative Southern California natives sure know how to sport their Namesake. Thank you for the beautiful images, ladies!



Posted on February 19, 2016 .