SHA MARA TELLS US ABOUT QUEEN BOSS
Strength of character, strength of mind, and strength of purpose. As the woman of today embraces her inner Boss, why not reference both yourself and your purpose as the Pillar of the future?
Why did you become a fashion designers? Actually, fashion is one of my God-given talents! I have always loved everything fashion. My friends and family always consult with me for advice and fashion ideas. I always get compliments on my style and outfits.
Can you explain queen boss? The mission of Queen Boss is to represent the evolution of womanhood as we transition into an age where femininity equates to strength. Strength of character, strength of mind, and strength of purpose. As the woman of today embraces her inner Boss, why not reference both yourself and your purpose as the Pillar of the future? We as women are leaders as well as nurturers, we stand in the face of adversity and with a commanding voice and bold heart we proudly proclaim that we are the keepers of our own destiny. Queen Boss is the very embodiment of this truth. Wear us with pride, for that is the foundation from which true womanhood is built.
How do your designs set you apart? My designs are diverse I want to appeal to all cultures and races while promoting a positive message, empowerment, and unity. My desire is that when someone purchases my brand they feel the love I have poured into each item and receive the positive energy
Where can we find your designs? Currently my designs are on my website shamaraelle.com, I also make deliveries for Orlando customers.
studio images: Kay Six Studios and A.M. Photography
photography by: Truluvmedia
All apparel may be purchased on the website www.shamaraelle.com. Local deliveries are available for Orlando customers.
The SEMA Show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world. It draws the industry's brightest minds and hottest products to one place, the Las Vegas Convention Center.
What It’s Like to Attend the Insane, Awesome, and Closed-to-the-Public SEMA Show.
The annual SEMA show in Las Vegas is technically an automotive trade event but has evolved into a no-holds-barred display of tuning and customization genius. There are always hundreds of lifted trucks, slammed imports, and engine-swapped muscle cars. Yet there's far more to the show than that—the parties, the celebrities, the high-octane demos, the excess of it all. (And the Rascal scooters. Seriously, we saw a guy from Road & Track on one.) Unfortunately, SEMA isn't open to the public, but that doesn't mean you can't experience what it's like to attend the craziest show on the automotive calendar. Enjoy!
As with anything, don’t expect it to go smoothly. Lots of people, lots of expectations – be flexible with your time and be patient. It’s going to take extra time to meet the people you want to, see the cars you want to see and the products you want to buy. Everyone is there for the same reason so keep that in mind. The show runs Tuesday-Friday, with industry parties practically every night
Home to Become a Model:
Lastly, models should keep track of all the people they worked for in a marketing capacity: trade shows, promotions, volunteer work, professional endeavors. They want to have a master list somewhere which contains the date, the client, the show/event, what they were responsible for doing, and a job title they would give themselves for that show/event. This should be submitted to their agent and is a powerful tool to market them to the clients. Think of it as your live event resume
PAY RATE- 200 P/D-3,000
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