What an honor to be featured in D magazine “Dallas’ 10 Most Stylish”. To see the complete feature, pick up the March issue of D Magazine. Also here: http://www.dmagazine.com/publications/d-magazine/2014/march/the-10-most-stylish-people-in-dallas
I’m beyond excited and honored to be featured in Paper City magazine’s May issue. Paper City is a social magazine with monthly editions in Dallas and Houston. The focus is on fashion, interiors, art, and society. To be mentioned on the cover ‘Acolyte Of The Exquisite: Hanh Merriman’ is more than I expected; I’m beyond honored. Thank you Michelle Avina- Art Director, Seth Vaughan-Assistant Editor, Features/Social, and the Paper City team for the wonderful feature. Thank you also to Shayna Fontana for her beautiful photography.
If you’re in DFW/Houston area, be sure to grab a copy and check it out. For those who live out of town, you can view the article online here.
Thank you everyone for visiting and have a lovely day ahead! xo…Hanh
Hi guys! Check out the Elizabeth Street site, I’m excited to get featured on it. Elizabeth Street is based in New York city. It’s a well known website that inspires you how to be a stylish mom. Elizabeth Street provides an artful, innovative and worldly view on being a stylish mom. Featuring tastemaker moms like: Rachel Zoe, Kimora Lee Simmoms, Ivanka Trump, Lela Rose and more from around the globe. Elizabeth Street covers fashion, travel, activities, culture, philanthropy and lifestyle with a unique voice geared towards moms who want the best for themselves and their families.
Please check out my feature “Style Diary: Hanh Merriman” on Elizabeth Street.
Thank you Elizabeth Street and Gaia Guidi Filippi for the chance!
Thank you everyone for reading and have a wonderful day! xo…Hanh
I’m so flattered to be featured on Swedish magazine Fine Decor, International edition November 2012 No4. It’s an interview they did with me. Thank you to Angela Gotborn-Editor in chief, and Stina Auer– Fashion editor fine style, for the chance and the interview! Please check it out here , my story at page 52, let me know what you think!
Fine Decor magazine has been created with a great deal of care and attention. It’s a lifestyle magazine and it has variety contents as fashion, travel, shopping, beauty, interior, food, tips, DIY projects…To make sure check out the magazine, it’s the great one to get your inspiration.
Thank you everyone for visiting! Happy Sunday and a great week ahead! xo…Hanh
I’m beyond excited and honored to be featured in D Moms magazine, the Premiere Issue. D Moms is a publication of D Magazine- the beautiful and well known magazine in DFW metroplex. To be in their premiere issue is more than I expected, yet beyond honored. Thank you so much Joslyn, D Moms team, and D Magazine for the wonderful feature. If you’re in DFW area, be sure to grab a copy at your local Newsstands. The magazine is also available at news daily stores at airports in Dallas, if you happen go through Dallas’s airport, pick one up and check it out. For those who live out of town, you can see here to view the article.
Along with myself in Mom Crush article, there are three other cool moms. So excited for you to know more about Dallas moms. Thank you everyone for visiting and have a lovely weekend! xo…Hanh
Me and my girl. It’s so cool and exciting to be in the opening page of Mom Crush.
Mom Crush: Four Women Changing Dallas
They do interesting work, possess serious style, and are changing our city. And they just so happen to be moms. We took a peek inside their worlds to see how they do it.
MOM CRUSH NO. 1 Hanh Merriman
New York Times street style photographer Bill Cunningham is selective about the people he snaps. But on a trip to Fashion Week this year, Hanh Merriman made the cut. Cunningham photographed her wearing a mix of Jean Paul Gaultier, Rick Owens, and Comme des Garçons. The famously circumspect photographer even threw in a compliment.
That Hanh considers this “a moment I will adore forever” underscores a reverence for fashion that goes back to her childhood in rural Vietnam, when her reward for perfect grades was a trip to the city to see the latest clothes. Suffice it to say, she studied relentlessly.
In 1994, Hanh moved to Dallas to reunite with her family and study business management. She also took a job at a salon. There, a client introduced her to, winemaker Mike Merriman, and after two years of his mannered persistence, Hanh agreed to a lunch date. They married in 2000, and have two daughters, 8-year-old Chloe and 10-year-old Emma.
Both girls possess their mother’s eye for fashion, mixing styles and sketching outfits they’d someday like to create. On mother/daughter shopping pilgrimages Hanh encourages them to “buy only what you really love, don’t settle for something you just like, no matter the price.” When Hanh isn’t talking fashion, she’s playing badminton with the girls (their favorite pastime) or cooking weekly Saturday feasts for her extended family of more than 20. She also plans learning trips for the family, seeing “vacation as a time for the girls to get excited about new things.” They’ve made pasta in Venice, taken acting classes in New York, and watched whales in Vancouver.
Three years ago, Hanh launched her blog, Life in Travel, to chronicle her dual passions. Posts featuring her artful ensembles are shown alongside images of the family hiking and picking cherries in Portland. In fashion and life, she says, “You have to play and be adventurous, but not take it too seriously. Fashion is fun, but family is what’s really important.”
Hello everyone! Are you enjoying this summer heat? Well, come cool off with Life in Travel at the Joule Poule on June 26, 2012 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. I will be hosting this Happy Hour and showing off some of my favorite “Summer JetSet must haves” from Neiman Marcus downtown. So RSVP by June 22, 2012, come have a drink or two, enjoy great music from a very cool DJ, and hang out with me!
RSVP@thejouledallas.com is a must because we can only fit 100 people. I can’t wait to see you there!
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend! xo…Hanh
Wearing this outfit in honor of my mom on Mother’s day for an article “Dallas Daughters Share Mom’s Best Style Advice” on DFWStyleDaily. I should share this much sooner, but it doesn’t matter because I think of my mom everyday and everyday is Mother’s day to my mom
The handbag in this look was her treasure, the first gift from my dad to her, over sixty years ago. Now, I’m proud to carry it, my greatest treasure in my closet.
Here is the article:
Thank you everyone for reading!! Wishing you all a wonderful day ahead! xo…Hanh