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Style + Life + Fashion has a media partnership with Distinctly Creative. The purpose of the brand is to share once-a-month summer marketplace events featuring DMV creatives within the fashion, art, beauty, and design industry from July-September 2016 on July 9th, August 13th, and September 10th at Cloak & Dagger DC.
The kick-off event is Thursday, April 28, 2016 at Cloak & Dagger DC from 7 – 10 p.m.
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Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian revealed their magazine feature in Architectural Digest. The celebrities shared a few pics (via Instagram and Twitter) from the March 2016 issue.
Kourtney and Khloe looked amazing on the magazine cover!
Click on the link to view more photos of the celebrity homes issue: Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian Realize Their Dream Homes in California
A Youth Empowerment Fashion Event
When: Saturday, August 29, 2015
Time: 6 pm – 8 pm
Visit: SOGAA.org for tickets and information
Producers: Jacob Pierce, Ken Moore and Caprese Garrett Jackson, owner of Bonneau Incorporated.
How: Students learning how to produce a fashion show. Baltimore youth ages 15-19 – there will be workshops and shadowing of related areas in the fashion industry.
The Featured Designer Interviews:
* How long have you been in the fashion industry and how did you get started? I started working in fashion in 2011 and launched my company in 2013.
* Describe your collection and inspiration for your designs – My collection is very playful and chic, its has many influences from African/Indian cultures as well as inspiration from notorious designer Alexander McQueen.
* What is the best piece of advice you can give to Baltimore City youth? Have a plan, focus, get a mentor, and never give up.
* How can people contact you? www.stylehouseaccessories.com
* How long have you been in the fashion industry and how did you get started? I am an Emerging Designer and starting in May 2016 will be considered my sophomore year in this industry! So far, so good!
* Describe your collection and inspiration for your designs – My collection is ready-to-wear, very fun and vibrant. I love color, and try to incorporate it in my designs. I find my inspiration from everyday life; for example a girl at the mall or local store. I like to create items that women can wear in their everyday lives. Women of all sizes, preferably curvy!
* What is the best piece of advice you can give to Baltimore City youth? I’d like for the youth of Baltimore City to stop waiting for validation, I want them to be their own inspiration! I want them to live life and know how awesome they are.
* How long have you been in the fashion industry and how did you get started? Since 2000 but I got serious about designing in 2012 I started sewing as a kid by watching my grand mother
* How long have you been in the fashion industry and how did you get started? In my mind, I’ve always had a passion for fashion. However I actually established my line in February 2014. God guided me in the right direction and from there I learned to sew.
* Describe your collection and inspiration for your designs – This current collection is glamorous and for the more risqué chic who doesn’t care what people say and wants to stand out in the crowd. She is confident and sexy. I was inspired by our (upcoming) senior prom girls, seeking to stand out and leave their legacy with younger peers.
* What is the best piece of advice you can give to Baltimore City youth? My advice to our Baltimore City youth today is to take full advantage of free education. These are the years that mold our way of thinking and future.
* How can people contact you? Contact me on instagram @ k_khemistry88 or Facebook trease chemistry. Business line is 443-885-9696.
* How long have you been in the fashion industry and how did you get started? I have been designing since I was in middle school but I officially started my design company in 2013. I started by making clothes for my family and friends.
* Describe your collection and inspiration for your designs – This collection (and other collections) was inspired by everyday women. Those who want to find the perfect outfit to turns heads. They want to transition from work to happy hour. Also, women that love colors in bold print no matter what season it is.
* What is the best piece of advice you can give to Baltimore City youth? You’re never too young to start working towards your dream.
Interview conducted by Jacob Pierce