Holladay has mastered the art of her business by creating a collection of items sourced from artists with whom she works and other pieces she fully manufactures to order—an assortment that has garnered the attention of esteemed publications like The New York Times and Architectural Digest as well as celebrities, design enthusiasts, and tastemakers. As such an influential force within the interior design landscape, it may come as a surprise that Holladay has no formal design training. Instead, her first life was in fashion.
Holladay’s early career included internships and assisting positions, styling with some of the industry’s biggest players like Interview magazine Editor in Chief—and Rihanna’s former stylist—Mel Ottenberg and Editor in Chief of iD magazine Alastair Mckimm. Listen to the latest episode of Second Life to hear how Holladay evolved her career out of fashion into interior design and how she continues to stay inspired curating a home collection like no other.
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