Thank Joy Capsule Collection. Image courtesy of Sameer A. Khan.
Thank Joy: Alumna Sabah Mansoor Introduces Us To Accessories For Home and Beyond
School of Fashion alumna, Sabah Mansoor, pulls together her expertise in textiles, fashion design, production, business, and merchandising to head operations and handle design details for a stylish collection of ‘mementos for home and beyond’. Sabah is working with international artist and poet, Trishla Jain, to transfer and translate elements of Jain’s fine art and poetic verse into home accents and personal accessories. The collection, Thank Joy by Trishla Jain, captures the essence of Jain’s whimsical artistic style with the infusion her personal wit, humor, spirituality, mantras, and encouragement of gratitude and joy.
In addition to bonding over their creative re-visioning of Jain’s fine art, the two share an Indian heritage and seek to honor that in the collection’s signature tapestries. Each Thank Joy tapestry is derived from Jain’s original paintings and is hand-embellished by artisans in India who use centuries-old techniques of beading, stitching, and jewelling. The artisans work simultaneously, two to four at a time, incorporating up to 108 unique materials on each tapestry.
Thank Joy by Trishla Jain will formally launch from the Bay Area in spring 2017 through e-commerce and with select retailers. For a sneak peek, you are invited to browse Thank Joy’s capsule collection of embroidered tapestries, decorative pillows, statement scarves and jackets. The capsule collection is available exclusively at Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global premiere retail pop-up in New York City through January 15, 2017 at 419 Broome Street, 10am – 7pm daily.
Thank Joy by Trishla Jain Capsule Collection At Thrive Global’s premier retail pop-up through January 15, 2017
10:00 am – 7:00 pm
491 Broome Street
New York, New York 10013 www.ThankJoy.com #ThankJoy #Gratitude #TrishlaJain #ThankJoyAtThriveGlobal #ThriveNow
Sabah is no stranger to FSD! In 2010 she made headlines with her graduate collection debut at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York. Her collection also featured proximately in the windows at Neiman Marcus for “Fashion’s Night Out” in San Francisco. Following, she joined fellow alumna Bethany Meuleners and co-designed a bohemian-luxe knitwear collection, Mansoor Scott. They were selected to participate in Macy’s prestigious “Fashion Incubator” business and design mentorship program, and Mansoor Scott was also designated as one of four emerging brands for Gen-Art’s 15th Annual Fresh Faces in Fashion show during Los Angeles Fashion Week.
Thrive Global was founded by Arianna Huffington with a mission to lead a cultural shift from surviving to thriving. “We are a company deeply rooted in science and dedicated to helping people go from knowing what to do to bring more well-being into their lives, to actually doing it. I am so excited about the amazing collection of products, services and technologies we’re featuring at Thrive Global that will help people improve their well-being and productivity and lead healthier and more joyful lives.”
Thrive Global’s mission is to end the epidemic of stress and burnout by offering companies and individuals sustainable, science-based solutions to enhance both well-being and performance. Thrive Global’s three interconnected core components are: corporate trainings and workshops that bring the latest strategies and tools around health and well-being to organizations; a media platform that serves as the global hub for the conversation about well-being and performance with an emphasis on action; and, an e-commerce platform that offers a curated selection of the best technology and products for well-being. Together, the three components create an integrated platform that empowers people to make sustainable changes to their daily lives, going from knowing what to do to actually doing it. Thrive Global is committed to accelerating the culture shift that allows people to reclaim their lives and move from surviving to thriving.