Studio Boudreau Founder, the iconic 90s model Natane Boudreau, is a Brand Creative Consultant and Interior Designer whose work has been inspired and informed by her lifetime collaborating with the world’s most decorated creatives, setting Natane apart not only as a brand visionary, but as a creative director, interior designer and storyteller.

Natane’s history in fashion began in the 80’s , at the age of 3, she was discovered by Steven Meisel and Bruce Weber who cast her as Andie McDowell’s daughter for a series of Calvin Klein ads, she graced the cover of Vogue Bambini at age 5 and acted in Woody Allen’s, Radio Days, at the age of 7.

A decade later, after being rediscovered by Calvin Klein, she became an iconic supermodel of the 90’s waif era. She worked extensively with Richard Avedon, Steven Meisel, Mario Testino, Mario Sorrenti, Albert Watson and Steven Klein, and walked runways for Calvin Klein, Chanel, Versace, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Chloe, John Galliano, Junya Watanebe, and Ralph Lauren to name but a few. She graced the pages of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, W and Vanity Fair and has starred in advertising campaigns for Dolce and Gabbana, Zac Posen, The Gap, Levi’s, Clinique, Shiseido and Pantene. She starred alongside Chloe Sevigny and Marc Jacobs in Sonic Youth’s iconic video, Sugar Cane, and starred in a solo role in Duncan Sheik’s breakout video, Barely Breathing. She also starred as herself in the highly acclaimed fashion documentary, Unzipped, directed by Douglas Keeve. Her world was formed through the osmosis of legends.

Following on, after receiving degrees from London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and Yale for Directing, she apprenticed under Ivo van Hove, the Belgian Tony Award winning avant-garde director, on his production of Network at the National Theatre in London and on his production of Hanya Yanagihara’s acclaimed book, A Little Life at International Theatre, Amsterdam. Shortly after, Natane continued her work with van Hove producing films for Network on Broadway, Mahagonny at the Grand Theatre De Provence, and the Met Opera, Dead Man Walking.

Natane has successfully merged her experience in both fashion and film as a partner in N + N Films, alongside her mother, the legendary creative director and producer Nian Fish. She’s written, directed and produced over 200 short films on fashion and the arts, working closely with the prestigious CFDA. Together, they have created films on Rick Owens, Riccardo Tisci, Gloria Steinem, Sarah Jones, David Bowie, Betsey Johnson, Oribe and Pat McGrath. And as she honed and shared their stories, she delved deep with each subject into the essence of creative genius and accomplishment.

Natane’s passion for interiors began through extensive travels to extraordinary cultures where she captured the plays of light, color, textiles, native crafts, architecture and landscape. Piles of art, photography and fashion books further curated her aesthetic as did the influence of the legendary designers she worked with. Over the years she connected deeply with countless styles from the Berber traditions to Mexican and African crafts, to Provence and Swedish traditions, to Gilded Recency, the natural earth-centered styles of Portugal and Andalusian Spain. But the thread that binds her work is a commitment to building spaces that project the truest essence of each client.

Storytelling lies at the heart of her work as a Creative Consultant and Interior Designer. Natane channels a rare ability to access these traits in her clients, igniting them to script their own story and create their own legacy.

Every Space has a Heart Beat, Every Brand has a Pulse. Let’s Unearth Both.