Tour de Couture
Each episode of Tour de Couture features a fellow fashionista, designer, or unique style enthusiast to come along on the adventure. In just 30 minutes, viewers get a glimpse into the local ambiance of a destination, complete with visits to iconic buildings, avantgarde fashion shows, and engaging cultural experiences.
Nicole’s discerning eye for late modernism, paired with the expertise of her fashion-forward travelling partners, creates a personable account of a location’s particular aesthetic. Combining great design, modern and vintage fashion, and one-of-a-kind cultural encounters with the locals, Tour de Couture gives viewers a curated look into some of the world’s most stunning style.
Strapped into a TWA flight headed for the Big Apple at just 5 years old, a woman of wanderlust was born. Wildly eccentric with an old soul, Nicole Reina aims to inspire with her curated musings from around the globe. Cultural and historic preservation is the priority for Nicole as she travels the world in search of midcentury modern design, architecture, fashion, and beyond.
Tziporah Salamon is a celebrated fashion icon and a favorite muse of the late photographer, Bill Cunningham. She is regularly photographed in the New York press and teaches style seminars titled "The Art of Dressing." Salamon appears in the documentary, “Advanced Style”, and regularly appears in her one-woman show titled "The Fabric of My Life," a sartorial visual autobiography.
Jonathan Skow, also known as Mr. Turk, was an American menswear fashion stylist and designer. He was passionate about photography, architecture, and everything mid-century. Skow’s creativity and exuberance was immediately felt in his presence. His unique embodiment of dapper vintage style, his warmth, and his enthusiasm for life will be sorely missed by the fashion community.