Sale. Bargain. Freakin’ deal is what it was when I walked into Topshop last Friday. While making the racks squeak at the $20,$40, and $60 racks I finally pulled out the dress that made my mouth drop. The class of the length, the consistency in the pleats, and the unexpected details of the floral mixed with the pastel plaid, the dress has so much going on in a subtle way. Definitely a suit for me! Because I did some major miles around the city I didn’t dress it up too much, so I can not wait to wear it at its full potential. My dad was my O’ so awesome photographer… so check out the pictures we snapped all around the city. Read More
Last Sunday in New York the weather was, muah… perfect! Not too hot and not too cold, so it was the best day to experience the Williamsburg Flea Market in Brooklyn. The food, the clothes (although not “flea market” affordable), and most of all the view just made the experience so relaxing. Check out some pics Read More
“You cannot live your life in the elitist world of fashion and not step out or you’re disconnected. You have to realize that fashion is not the endgame.”
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Oui’ Oui’ . If you know me than you know mon amour est le français. So I was elated when I was tagged in an early morning tweet from photographer Caro Ramirez with the link to our spread in Le Magazine, a French online editorial. Titled “Around The Way Girl,” the concept was created based on cool places that I see daily right in my hood. Check it out by clicking here.
Photographer: Caro Ramirez
Model: Ashley Lizette of Stars Model Management
Hairstylist/MUA: Myah Underwood
Fashion Stylist: Paula Renee
Fashion Assistant: Genia Jones
I was blessed with the opportunity to take on the biggest job of my short career as a Costume Supervisor for a film titled The Perfect Sacrifice. Last week we finished wrapping five days of filming that was broken up in two parts, June and August. Based on a true story, Director and Writer Tiffany Littlejohn tells the story of a mother Mamie Bradley Till decision to have an open casket after her 15 year old son Emmett Till is brutally murdered in Mississippi the summer of 1955. Boy! The film changed my life. I learned so much about history, my history, and also that I love Costume Design but this shit is hard work! Continue Reading to learn what I learned so you don’t make the same mistakes.