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Black Fashion Week USA Pop Up Shop and Fashion Show!

Hi guys!

I hope you're doing great! I am here to let you know about the absolutely fabulous time that I had at Black Fashion Week USA's pop up shop and fashion show! I had the honor of attending as press and covering the on camera interviews of all of the vendors that were present, those will be surfacing on the Black Fashion Week USA social medai very soon. So, be sure to foollow them so that you can stay updated! So, there goes a huge thank you to Miss Melody Boykin, the CEO, and Miss Felica Apprey who invited me.

Where do I start? The fashion was flawless. The outfit that I was gifted was desined by none other than Miss Jazell Smith of Blklst, who was just on The Africa International House television show which will be linked below as well as my previous blog spot about her. So, thank you to her as well! All of the vendors shared such lovely attitudes and I enjoyed getting to interview each and every one of them! It is certainly inspiring to me that I was able to connect with so many well established personel in the fashion, beauty and media industries! They all had great experiences and awesome advice for future entrepreneurs. Be sure to check them out below, I have them all linked. Oh! And the food was mighty delicious, the caterer was phenomenal and is certainly someone that you would need to cover your event! From the drinks to the desserts to the appetizers, it was certainly scrumptious!

I was able to meet some pretty awesome individuals as well! I got a chance to meet my social media friend Venice Averyheart, who is a beautiful actres, dancer and model. Also, I met a volunteer Antoinette Tidwell who was very sweet and seemed extremely passionate about helping for the event. This won't be the last you see f her. I will likely ask her to help assist me at some of my future events!
Lastly, I was able to meet Travon of TC Photography who was my videographer and one of my photographers. He did a great job! Check him out on his social media. All links will be down below.

In closing, I would like to again thank every single person there for the great experience that I recieved. It was very welcoming being in such a supportive environment. I look forward to the future events with Black Fashion Week USA!




Myself and Miss Melody


Myself and Miss Felicia

Antoinette Tidwell and I




Myself and Travon

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