ROYAL FIG­URE

Au­thor and phi­lan­thropist Mahsa Noble is chart­ing a new, ever-stylish path.

Boston Common - - DESIGN & REALTY -

These are ex­cit­ing times for Miss Mahsa Noble. She is await­ing the pub­li­ca­tion of her first novel, Raya (Arch­way Pub­lish­ing), and the cast­ing of the film that al­ready is con­nected to it. On top of that, she do­nates her time to var­i­ous non­prof­its that are de­voted to de­fend­ing the rights of dis­ad­van­taged chil­dren. And on top of that, she walks the walk as a fash­ion vet­eran of more than a decade, who has worked with nu­mer­ous world-renowned de­sign­ers in the in­dus­try and a grad­u­ate of Isi­tuto Marag­oni, a fash­ion de­sign school in Milan. The back­story: “I con­sider my­self to be a cit­i­zen of the world. I grew up in Shi­raz, Iran, Cyprus and then Bos­ton. From age six un­til 15, I was forced to cover. I re­spect women who cover by choice, but to be forced was suf­fo­cat­ing for me as a child.” Noble style: “My style is ex­pres­sive, bold and feminine. You know what I am feel­ing in­side by what I am wear­ing. I would say my style is trans­par­ent, what I wear re­flects how I feel in­side.” Noble spirit: “I be­lieve in own­ing your life. Be proud of where you come from, where you stand and where you want to go.”

“I live with love. love ev­ery­thing that life of­fers me, I learn les­sons from ev­ery­thing.”

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