In the past three years I have attended so many fashion shows blogging with my FlyGirl Chronicles series that I had to sit down and take a break for a minute! It is so easy to get burnt out when you do something repeatedly with no breaks (even if you love it) and before that happened I decided to get choosy about what shows I attend and cover because I'm not gonna lie- it can get boring and exhausting as hell- the waiting, the erratic temperatures, the repetition of models and designers- it can be a lot! It's the exact opposite of actually being behind the scenes where it's constant motion and action. However I do love it and now I try to attend fashion shows that seem to offer something different- like the last two shows that I saw.
As a fashion stylist it is important for me to have immediate references at any given moment and my head is full of them: vintage movie stills, runway shows from the 80's and 90's, album covers and fashion campaigns from decades ago, cinematography from foreign films, posters of my favorite rappers and singers from Word Up magazine, television shows from the 70's and 90's, images from 70's, fashion photography, childhood book covers and most importantly- song lyrics. Read on about how one particular line from rapper Andre 3000 helped style my shoot with photographer Jasmine Golphin of Welcome to Midnight...
What happens when a fashion stylist and a runway model team up for a model call and style workshop? A whole lot of fun, fashion and style, that's what! Last month I hosted my first model call and style workshop in Fairport Harbor, Ohio at the Diamond Bistro in preparation for the upcoming Be-Youtiful Style Show on July 29th. It was a really cool event and even though the turnout was small, there was such a large buzz surrounding it that we will host another one right before the show. Read on for a recap of the day...
On Sunday, June 10th I participated in the Squad Up Models 3rd Annual Fashion Jam, hosted by comedian Brian Tidwell. I styled two scenes in this showcase and I loved how my models worked the runway!
On Saturday, April 07, 2018, fashion designer Nicole Bell of KoKo Mystique held a launch party full of fashion, food, and fun and I was so honored to be a part of the event as her brand consultant!
*Hey ya'll! I had to take a blogging break while I worked at the box office of the Cleveland International Film Fest for a few weeks because it was just too much to keep up with, but I did do some wonderful fashion stuff and decided to do a quick recap of events...
I volunteer with the Renee Jones Empowerment Center and was invited to host a fashion show at the Columbus Statehouse on March 23, 2018 for the 2nd Annual Human Trafficking Youth Prevention Summit and it was a success! We tried to do it back in January but had to evacuate the area immediately due to the weather but it was postponed for March, which made it even better to showcase spring fashion!
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