Tasnim Ahmed

Tasnim Ahmed is a Bangladeshi-American writer currently residing in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been featured in Vogue, i-D, Allure, The Cut, Nylon, Fashion, Sixtysix and more, covering topics of culture, identity, and the representation of diasporic peoples in fashion and beauty.

She is the founder of Journal, a digital platform and community dedicated to sharing educational resources and facilitating conversations with forward-thinking people about race, advocacy, and self-evolution.

Email: tasnim@journalnyc.com
IG: @tsnmmd

Selected Work

Meet Six South Asian Designers Challenging Stereotypes by Returning to Their Roots

I Found My Personal Style When I Turned 30

On Turmeric, the Root of Love and Healing

The Rise & Resistance of POC-Owned Beauty Brands

Mr. Flower Fantastic is the Secret Superhero Challenging Your Perception of Flowers

A Dozen Things to Wear This Summer That Aren't Too Sweet
The Cut

Meet India's First Transgender Runway Model

8 Contemporary South Asian Designers Who Are Redefining the Fashion Industry

How I Practice Self-Care While Fasting for Ramadan

How My Brown Skin Redefined Beauty For Me

Things I Learned From Sisterhood
Atelier Doré

ORLY X Muslim Girl Released the First Halal-Certified Nail Polish Collection

Self-Care, Body Diversity, and Religion: A Conversation with Writer Fariha Róisín
Live FAST Magazine

The Curious Case of Dana Schutz
Live FAST Magazine

Visiting Thahab: Survival and Surveillance with Nabil
Live FAST Magazine

An Interview With Arist Nabil
The Aerogram