Seen/Heard: Reformation

Cara Gibbs

05 January 2022


Fashion label Reformation is known for its sexy silhouettes and nod to classic vintage style. Focused largely on sustainable fashion efforts, the trendsetting brand has been a pioneer of good-for-the-planet practices while continuing to celebrate the feminine figure.


It came as no surprise when we feasted our eyes on the brand's CEO, Hali Borenstein's office. Her design aesthetic is just as timeless as the brand itself. Designed by the oh-so-lovely Natalie Myers of Veneer Designs, the space reflects the company's ethos of sustainability alongside classic fashion forms, featuring warm natural materials and incredible vintage finds. Hali's space also models the store aesthetic—minimal, chic, urbane, with a dash of productive creativity sprinkled in for good measure.


Natalie anchored the work space with a cozy and inviting retro-curved sofa she inherited and opted to upholster in our performance Elements fabric Spice Cotton in Quartz. "The desk and sofa came with the office," explains Natalie. "I was cool with both because their forms were terrific and who has the patience to wait for months and months on supply chain delays these days. I knew I wanted to re-cover the sofa and landed on an S. Harris fabric, a performance plain that is the perfect dusty pink. Reupholstering the existing sofa saved money and kept it from ending up in the dump. Win-win." We love a good win-win!Reformation_3







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Cara Gibbs

Cara is a freelance design and lifestyle writer, editor, and stylist residing in Manhattan. Formerly the principal style editor at Luxe Interiors + Design, she now is a regular contributor to Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Wallpaper, and The Wall Street Journal, among other publications. She is also the co-founder of the artisan marketplace, In The Pursuit, a platform that marries content with commerce through a lifestyle lens.

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