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Gabriel & Co. Releases New Designer Flash Podcast with Naeem Khan Interview

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It explores the glamour of the designer and his creations.

(Press Release) NEW YORK, NY — Gabriel & Co. has released its second Designer Flash interview and podcast.INSTORE GabrielDesignerFlash

While the first Designer Flash focused on the bridal world according to Mark Badgley and James Mischka of Badgley Mischka, the new interview and podcast explores the glamour of designer Naeem Khan and his creations.

Hal Rubenstein, Gabriel & Co.’s global style director, met with Khan to discuss his views on minimalism in fashion, his Indian influence in his designs and how there is no such thing as a “statement” necklace, since all jewelry is a statement.

Naeem, who has dressed First Lady Michelle Obama over 10 times in the past eight years, also explains the inspiration behind the dress she wore in 2009 to a state dinner with the Prime Minister of India.

Like the first Designer Flash, Naeem gives readers his top 10 tricks of the trade to finding your ideal style. Some of his key tips include adding another layer of sparkle every day and remembering that the bigger the gown, the bigger the jewels.

The interview with Naeem is online now at https://www.gabrielny.com/designer-flash-naeem-khan. To listen to Naeem’s podcast with Hal download now at https://www.gabrielny.com/video/scene7/NaeemKhanPodcast1-AVS.

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