MAS REPUBLIC: Natalya Mills Interviews Albert Bailey

 

Growing up in Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies, Natalya Mills watched her grandmother create men suits for politicians; she played around in a Steel Pan-Yard while her uncle practiced his music. Her grandfather, a talented artist and musician, made her life-long love for art inevitable. After leaving Trinidad in her teen years to move to New York, she took her early influences with her. Natalya attended the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she studied Fashion Design, as well as Display and and Visual Arts Management.  Natalya is also currently researching and working on a book about wire benders from Trinidad.Natalya Mills

MAS REPUBLIC: Natalya Mills Interviews Albert Bailey.

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