In May, Nelly was interviewed by Faustine Kopiejwski from the French publication, Cheek Magazine. She talked about the dual character of her practice which involves both design and science.

The article is a part of the series which  presents fifteen women with a double activity or passion and it is accompanied by a short video. Other people who took part in the series include: Lee-Ann Curren, Audrey Tcheumeo, Rachel Lang, Estelle Mossely and Ariel Garten.

You can read the article (in French) here

CHEEK is a French magazine for women which talks about women for what they do, not for what they are. It was created by three journalists: Faustine Kopiejwski, Myriam Levain and Julia Tissier. The Cheek founders “with complementary personalities gathered at first around a glass of wine (perhaps several) and an idea that breathes utopia: create the ideal female which is not found in the existing press.” The magazine aims at meeting real expectation of young women. It talks talk about beauty and fashion, but from a societal point of view.  The objective is to reconcile the background and the form, to make the beautiful and the intelligent.