About Neelima
Neelima Narayanan, originally from India, grew up in Singapore and moved to New York to study product design at Parsons. Her inspirations come from a range of different disciplines such as science, art, or fashion and design. She is currently a freelancing designer in New York and continuing her own personal projects.
http://www.nee-lima.com/
Current city: New York
Neelima Narayanan, originally from India, grew up in Singapore and moved to New York to study product design at Parsons. Her inspirations come from a range of different disciplines such as science, art, or fashion and design. She is currently a freelancing designer in New York and continuing her own personal projects.
 
This is a great park, from free concerts to summer to the Brooklyn flea markets over the weekend or take the ferry across the river. Rain or shine I never get sick of that view.
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Moss is a store that always inspires me, mixing conceptual art and design. I could spend ages in there looking at the ideas or how designers’ executed these products. Almost everything in the store is one of a kind.
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I have always been obsessed with nail art, and Sakura nail salon allows me to come up with my own nail creations. From animal print to holograms to glitter gradations, you name it and they will do it.
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Taco Chulo is a great Mexican restaurant that has a good selection of tacos and burritos and of course has interesting blends of margaritas. I probably eat here at least once every other week.
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This is a tiny street with a lot of character and can be often missed. I love the little brick houses and coloring of the street.
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