Making Moves: Dropping Knowledge at the Women RAQn the Industry Sponsor Night

The Women RAQn the Industry Sponsor Night event, spearheaded by Houston stylist Jazzlin Raquel, was an opportunity “to inspire all women to follow their dreams especially in a male dominate industry“. Jazzlin’s epic goal transcended to encourage budding fashionistas to be “fearless along with the ability to start their own business in the entertainment industry” while learning more […]

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Understanding Your Self-Worth

Since starting my blog, I’ve been afforded so many amazing opportunities and God has blessed me beyond belief. But, with growth and progression, there also comes a time where you start to realize your overall self-worth. You start to question the people you place yourself around, you start to analyze your social media presence and you […]

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Networking and Why You Need It to Survive in the Real World

As “Old Time Rock n Roll” by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band blasts through the Pandora app, I’m coming to you guys with a bit of knowledge. Back in my college days, I never really understood the importance of networking. Yeah, I knew that it was crucial to any kind of professional advancement […]

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Making Moves: Living it Up at African Fashion Week Houston 2016

Last weekend, I attended African Fashion Week Houston for the VERY first time! When my good friend and Bosses in Heels co-founder Chigozie Ohanele reached out to me with the opportunity, I was ecstatic and immediately accepted. The four-day fashion extravaganza was filled with endless networking opportunities, a bomb trade show and memorable finale that […]

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Making Moves: 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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