Nina-Sophia is a London-based writer and editor specialising in the arts, culture, history and fashion, who is even capable of writing about herself in third person when she has to.

In 2015 she founded LONDNR, a digital and print publication where she remains at the helm, putting together a lively, eccentric magazine full of insightful essays, intriguing histories and exquisitely penned fashion edits (if we may so boldly claim). LONDNR Magazine is a retreat for the literary; indulgent reading for the curious mind.

In 2016, she launched LONDNR Events, an accompanying programme of cultural talks through which she has partnered with Rosewood London, Assouline, Waterstones, Bloomsbury Publishing, The Fashion and Textile Museum and The Goldsmiths' Centre to name a few.

Nina-Sophia has written across six of Harrods’ flagship titles which include Harrods Magazine, Harrods Man and Harrods Home & Property (see selected pieces in portfolio) contributing luxury brand profiles, watch and fine jewellery features and travel pages.

She has also been published in The Paris Review, with her article on the strange history of pineapples included in a round-up of favourite pieces for 2018 (it was subsequently republished by The Week). To read her work for The Paris Review please go here.

Nina-Sophia is represented by Juliet Pickering at the Blake Friedmann Literary, Film & TV Agency.