A few years ago I wrote about Seasons : Kelsey Humphreys said that our work hustle comes in seasons. We have seasons of heavy work and planning/implementing and seasons for less work and more rest. These seasons occur to create a system of balance to be able to continue the marathon (because we all know… Continue reading Seasons…
This month on Trustedclothes.com I talk about a tragedy that occurred in 2013. The Rana Plaza collapse. Below is the article, if you want to learn more about the collapse, ethical and eco-fashion and the Fashion Revolution movement be sure to visit Trusted Clothes. After creating my second clothing collection, I remember a woman approaching… Continue reading Who Made Your Clothes?
During Black History month, I decided it would be great to highlight some influential Black women in the fashion industry. Sharing the stories and accomplishments of women like Pat Cleveland, Madam C.J. Walker, and Elizabeth Keckley was pretty awesome and I decided to keep it going in March through Women’s History Month. I shared more stories of… Continue reading Women in Fashion
As I grow older I’ve become much more interested in the environment and how we each play a part in taking care of our homes, neighborhoods and cities/towns and how that all translates into a bigger picture of taking care of the environment globally. Growing up I didn’t think much of Earth day beyond reminding […]
As our stud earrings grew in colorways and varieties; I kept thinking it was time for something new. I knew I wanted the next style of earring to be a drop style, but as I was trying to think of something that would compliment my design aesthetic and still speak to using dead stock fabrics… Continue reading New Earrings!!
This month one of my pieces about the history of denim was added to the Trusted Clothes Blog. I decided to share it with you all – if you like content about the environment and sustainable and ethical living be sure to check their site out. It’s a wealth of knowledge. In 1849 the California… Continue reading Trusted Clothes- Denim Then and Now
As Coachella approaches (and we are all a little sad to see Beyonce won’t headline, but know Lady Gaga is going to kill it) and I’m dreaming of warmer weather; I had to share a collaborative shoot we did some years back with Photographer Trisha Kelley, former jewelry line- AshandWillow, Java Skin Care Vice President… Continue reading Festival Style