Today marks a major Nadine Merabi milestone as we’ve reached one million followers on Instagram. It’s a truly exciting achievement for the entire team, especially when you consider that five years ago the brand was created by Nadine working from the floor of her bedroom on a sewing machine, watching YouTube tutorials on how to sew. Now, there are at least a million of you supporting us and waiting with baited breath to see the next creations and decide which are worthy of a place in your well-stocked wardrobes.
On Instagram, while we love to see the way you tag your friends and share our content, it has to be said that the way the photo-sharing app offers us a glimpse into your lives and how Nadine Merabi pieces are incorporated is just so special. Nothing brings us more joy than looking through all of our tagged photos on there or reading the gorgeous messages about how we’ve made you feel when you’ve been wearing Nadine Merabi.
And as you’ll understand, this is none the more true than for Nadine herself who is always checking in on our tagged pictures to see how her pieces are being loved and worn all over the world, whether for milestone moments or even just a fab Friday night out with the girls. She says “it's the best feeling in the world.”
“This million follower achievement feels particularly poignant as it's been such an important part of the brand since I first started it from my bedroom,” Nadine adds. “Instagram was the first place where people truly got to see the pieces I created and now there’s a million of you. It is amazing to me.”
The overwhelming feeling for the whole team with this exciting achievement that hints of what’s to come and the continuing expansion of Nadine Merabi in all angles is one of gratitude. So, we just wanted to say thank you. Whether you’ve followed us since just yesterday or from the very beginning — thank you! We are so grateful for the support we receive from our wonderful community and, while most of you will anticipate and know this already, we really are only just getting started.