WIE Suite Tastemakers' Holiday Must-Have Items
This holiday, the WIE Suite asked tastemaker members for their holiday must-have gifts.

A few of our favorite tastemaker members selected the holiday items they are coveting this season or have fallen in love with all year long. Read on for the secret must-haves that everyone is talking about from WIE Suite members Isolde Brielmaier, Chiara de Rege, and Nadine Abramcyk. 


Tastemaker finds for the artistically inclined.

Isolde Brielmaier is Deputy Director of the New Museum of Contemporary Art as well as Guest Curator at the International Center for Photography (ICP) both in NYC. Previously, Isolde served for six years as Executive Director and Curator of Arts, Culture & Community at Westfield World Trade Center. Isolde is also Associate Professor of Critical Studies in Tisch's Department of Photography, Imaging and Emerging Media at New York University. Her most recent photography book, I am Sparkling, was released in Spring 2022 and her anthology, Culture as Catalyst was released Fall 2020. She speaks regularly on topics related to art, culture, leadership and social impact.

Tastemaker finds for the design inclined.

Since establishing her Manhattan based firm in 2010,  is recognized for creating an impressive range of residential and commercial interiors. Chiara de Rege brings a detail-oriented focus to every aspect of her projects. She enjoys working with different aesthetics and tailors her designs to create consistently unique environments.

Chiara’s appreciation for interior design sparked while traveling between New York City and Italy during her childhood. Her first career at Vogue magazine, where she worked as an editor and stylist, allowed Chiara to seamlessly transition to interiors, working at such design firms as Molly Isaksen Interiors, Nickey Kehoe, and Suzanne Rheinstein. During this time, she gained invaluable experience and exposure to a vast resource of internationally acclaimed craftsmen, artists and dealers.​

  • Tenoverten The Cocoon - This is a perfect small necessity or stocking stuffer. 
  • Lingua Franca Classic Cashmere Sweater - I happen to love the “What Would Dolly Do” but really I love all of them
  • Vintner’s Daughter The Active Botanical Serum -I received this last year and was hooked instantly
  • Maison C is a wallpaper line, founded by artist Costanza Theodoli-Braschi and interior designer Chiara de Rege. Inspired by myths, nature, fantasy and folklore, their designs create dreamlike worlds on paper.  All of the illustrations are hand-drawn and painted by Costanza. They are printed in an ecologically friendly manner in the USA. The result is a collection that reflects a distinctly unique and imaginative sensibility, combined with a traditional sense of craftsmanship. Costanza Theodoli-Braschi, a graduate of Central St Martin's in London, works as a Fine Artist and Illustrator. This holiday season, Maison C is doing a limited edition of 50 Coven Prints. 
  • Doen Andante Nightgown- It could be my answer to insomnia.

Tastemaker finds for the eco-friendly, beauty inclined.

Nadine Abramcyk is the Co-Founder + Head of Brand at Tenoverten, where she leads marketing, brand partnerships, and oversees Tenoverten’s expanding platform. As the leader in conscious nail care for over a decade, Tenoverten offers less is more nail care solutions that cleanse, nourish, color, and gloss without harmful ingredients. 

Tenoverten has over 30 consciously formulated nail polishes that are 8-free (does not contain parabens, sulfates, phthalates, etc), along with award-winning nail, hand, and footcare products. Their salon is located in downtown NYC and you can find their products at major retailers like Target, Amazon, Shopbop, Saks, and more. Together with their growing community of conscious consumers, Tenoverten prioritizes people and the planet to make better nail care more accessible both at-home and at the salon.

Prior to co-founding Tenoverten, Nadine owned and operated Mick Margot, a boutique in the West Village for 10 years, and worked in marketing and public relations at American Express and TIME Magazine. 


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