About Us

Fashion Reverie takes you from the front lines of fashion to the front row. Fashion Reverie came into being out of a need for an insightful, well-researched, journalistic approach that explores the breathe and width of global fashion.  From our Fashion Features section that gives a layered, detailed perspective on the fashion industry to our Style and Beauty section that explores the growing accessories and beauty market to our Front Row section that gives readers an inside purview into current collections ranging from fall/winter to spring/summer to resort/holiday collections, Fashion Reverie is the go-to online magazine for all things fashion.

 

Meet Our Staff

William S. Gooch III, Editor-in-chief

William S. Gooch honed his editorial skills while working as a fashion editor at Essential Homme, Runway, and Kouture magazines, as well as thefashionspot.com, fidoo.com, societeperrier.com, stageandcinema.com, styleguru.com, and ifashionnetwork.com. William Gooch has also been a guest speaker at the Fashion Institute of Technology. He is a graduate of Methodist University with post-graduate work at New School University.

William Gooch is also the founder and CEO of Sepia PR, a NYC‒based, boutique fashion public relations firm.

Karyn D. Collins,  Editor-at-large

Karyn Collins has been a professional journalist since 1984. In addition to serving as editor-at-large for Fashion Reverie, Ms. Collins is also style editor for InJersey Magazine and is a regular contributor to Life and Beauty Weekly.com and the Asbury Park Press.

Her fashion and beauty writing has also been published in numerous media outlets including the Associated Press, Jet MagazineNJ.comMadame Noire Online, the Charlotte ObserverAccent Magazine, and the Camden Courier Post. She is also the founding chair of the National Association of Black Journalists’ Arts and Entertainment writer’s task force. Additionally, Ms. Collins is an adjunct professor at Rutgers University, Seton Hall University, William Paterson University, and Bloomfield College.

Tijana Ibrahimovic, Celebrity Style Editor

Tijana Ibrahimovic, after working as a news anchor for Serbian National Channel PTB, set her goal on becoming a culture and  entertainment broadcast journalist. Since arriving in the US, she has covered red-carpet events, film premiers and fashion shows for Elle SerbiaJones MagazineFashion OneThe ExaminerThe SourceStyleMusicTVVigore! MagazineThe Stashed, and The Sybarite.

Tijana has conducted interviews with Oscar de la Renta, Betsey Johnson, Falguni and Shane Peacock, Kelsey Grammar, Bette Midler, Debra Messing, Ashanti, Kelly Rutherford, Rebecca Minkoff, Joe Russo, Linda Fargo, Paula Garces, Kati Stern, and many others. “My intension is to investigate, bring the latest trends and introduce the industry’s rising stars from the local and international scene.” Tijana Ibrahimovic holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism and Theatre Management from Brooklyn College.

Janine Silver, Beauty Editor

Janine began her career as a fashion journalist and photographer before diving into the world of beauty.  Her work has appeared internationally in several publications, both digital and print, including DressLab.com, iFashionNetwork.com, Anolie Magazine, and Styleology.com.  An eight-year veteran, Janine can be found backstage at New York Fashion Week. New York International Bridal Week, and the Cannes Film Festival interviewing artists on all the latest beauty trends. Janine Silver is also Fashion Reverie’s London fashion correspondent.

Natasha Nyanin, Associate Fashion Editor

Natasha Nyanin is a culture writer, producer and creative consultant, whose fashion interest lies in its artistry and the creative individuals that make up that realm. Natasha’s work and writing spans the creative gamut from fashion, to food and film, travel and the performance arts.  She has been published in Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Living Intown magazine, Time Out Magazine, The Daily Meal and Africa 2.0 Magazine among others. She is also frequently featured as a culture expert on podcasts including MTV News’ Speed Dial with Ira and Doreen and She Goes, a Pineapple Street Media production.

Natasha is the founder and writer of the site, The Ecstatic Flash—where she explores concepts the artfully lived life in search of beauty and its ecstasy—the video incarnation of which lives on YouTube under the same name. She is the Executive Producer and co-host of an upcoming story-telling podcast, Get Up, Get Dressed, Get Naked and of a forthcoming arts and culture travel show, Seeing With The Art. Natasha graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance and Movement Studies.

 Cameron Grey Rose, Associate Fashion and Entertainment Editor

Cameron Grey Rose was born in Arizona but grew up in the Pacific Northwest, calling Seattle “her hometown.” Cameron was educated at Evergreen State College, and relocated to New York to pursue a writing career. Cameron spent 6 years doing red carpet coverage for The Hollywood Reporter. She is currently working on a memoir of her red carpet days and wouldn’t’ say no to her own reality series.

Kristopher Fraser, Associate Fashion Editor

Kristopher Fraser has spent the past several years as a fashion editor and stylist in New York City. He has worked as the New York Editor for FashionUnited and the Associate Editor for AVENUE Magazine. His work has also been featured on Allmyfriendsaremodels.comRivetandjeans.comThe Daily Beast, and BB Magazine.
As a stylist, Kristopher has collaborated with MSA Models, Posche Models, and Krush Model Management. He is a graduate of Oberlin College and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

Jazmine Foster, Social Media Specialist

Virginia born, Brooklyn raised, Jazmine Foster graduated from Norfolk State University in 2015 with a Bachelors Degree in Business Entreprenuership. Throughout her college career and after graduation, Jazmine has interned and worked with various fashion stylist and gurus such as Daisy Lewellyn, Weyni Elder, and Kim Dillinger on live sets, and editorial shoots.  Jazmine strives to make her mark on the industry in every aspect being a “Jane of all trades.”

Stephanie Green, Assistant to the Editors

Stephanie Green comes to Fashion Revenue after interning for Bismarck Phillips Communication and Media, and has assisted fashion stylist Keely Bembry. Stephanie has also styled Onree Gill, Alicia Key’s musical director, for the March 2011 issue of Keyboard Magazine.  Stephanie is a graduate of Jersey City University.

 

 
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