2022, We’re Ready for You – Ya Girl is Back!

The last time I we spoke I was dishing on how to prepare for your upcoming holiday party here. After that, I went completely MIA (“missing in action”), but hear me out, it was for good cause. The holidays transitioned into one of the most stressful times – my family endured some pivotal changes, and […]

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Esmesha’s Life: Vintage Hunting At ThriftCon at NRG Center Hall

This weekend, I had the pleasure of attending ThriftCon here in Houston! Talk about an experience. The sights, the vibes, the feels… it was epic. For those of you who are not familiar with ThriftCon, let me fill you in. ThriftCon is an annual thrift and vintage vendor convention that takes place in various cities […]

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Esmesha’s Life: Premiere Screening of the Documentary Fashion Weak

Provocative. Soul-stirring. Innovative. Haunting. These are the perfect words that can be used to describe director April Joi and executive producer (PV Alumna) Shayla Janel’s jaw-dropping documentary Fashion Weak, a stylish film that brings racism and fashion to the forefront. Prior to being invited to a private screening at 4118 Fannin Studios, I knew very […]

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Esmesha’s Life: Speaking on my First Feature Panel at the BOSS Beauty Brunch and Workshop in Tyler, Texas

On Saturday, I was blessed with the opportunity to serve as a panelist at the first-ever Boss Beauty Brunch and Workshop! The lovely Joyce-Lynn Williams of FYI Forever invited me to speak about my personal experiences in the fashion industry while also helping women to jump start their own businesses. My fellow co-panelists included jewelry […]

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Esmesha’s Life: The All White Celebrity Charity Fashion Show featuring Mimi Irvin, Ashley Dunn, Rumela Dey and Jay Barnett

Every once and a while, I’m invited to an event that changes my entire perspective on the fashion world. At times, I find myself forgetting how powerful this industry can be. I mean, with all the glitz and glamour, it’s easy to fall victim to what others consider as “self-indulged”, “conceited” or even “superficial”. But, […]

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