A contributing writer at The Salonniere, David Nash has been a regional editor for DuJour magazine since 2013. He also contributes to Town & Country, and over the last decade his editorial work has been featured in Harper’s Bazaar, Elle.com, Elle India, TATLER Russia, and the San Francisco Chronicle, among others. He served as Project and Exhibition Director for Extending the Runway: Tatiana Sorokko Style, which debuted in 2010 at the Russian Fashion Museum in Moscow and later opened in the U.S. at Phoenix Art Museum. Several important garments from his own vintage collection will be featured in Phoenix Art Museum’s A Tribute to James Galanos, opening in August 2017.
David began his career in the television industry in 1998 working on a variety of programs for networks, including FOX, CBS, Discovery, and Lifetime, before moving into a development role for infamous film producer and former Paramount studio head, Robert Evans.
Some of his more memorable dinner companions have included David Hockney, Jane Fonda, Dixie Carter, Doris Roberts, Joan Collins, and Nolan Miller. One of the parties David wishes he could have attended was Baron Alexis de Redé’s Bal Oriental, held on December 5, 1969 at l’Hôtel Lambert in Paris. Guests included Salvador Dali, Betsy Bloomingdale, Denise Hale, Brigitte Bardot, and Marie-Helene de Rothschild. David resides in San Francisco.