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, Thought Catalog 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

I Found My Personal Style When I Turned 30
Vogue

On Turmeric, the Root of Love and Healing
Eadem

The Rise & Resistance of POC-Owned Beauty Brands
Nylon

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

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

Meet India's First Transgender Runway Model
i-D

8 Contemporary South Asian Designers Who Are Redefining the Fashion Industry
Fashion

How I Practice Self-Care While Fasting for Ramadan
Allure

How My Brown Skin Redefined Beauty For Me
Allure

Things I Learned From Sisterhood
Atelier Doré

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

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

On Going Home
Thought Catalog

The Politics Of Hair Removal For Women Of Colour
Thought Catalog

Man As The Object, For A Change?
Babes At The Museum