How to Find Your New Top Style: Fashion 2020
“It was a very big step for me, the first time I have been able to be in front of a camera and talk about myself in a way that people can relate to,” said the 25-year-old, who has styled and dressed for clients including Gisele Bundchen, Giselet Moduri, and Cara Delevingne.
“There’s so much attention on fashion now, so there’s a lot of people saying, ‘Oh, this is your first time.
It’s so cool.'”
The fashion industry has been plagued by a lack of diversity in the past few years, as designers are often hired by other companies and then quickly promoted to fashion houses.
While the number of women in fashion has grown significantly in recent years, this isn’t the case for people of color, who are more likely to be working in the fashion industry than any other.
But the fact that the top fashion designers in Northridge are white is just the latest example of the industry continuing to perpetuate an outdated, white-centric model of beauty.
The fashion show was meant to showcase the beauty of the community, but it was also meant to create a space for the public to discuss beauty and race issues, said Kim Poynton, a 25-something model and contestant on the show.
The fashion show has been an integral part of Northridge’s community for years, but its continued presence is “really a reflection of how the city is going,” Poyton said.
“They’re not just trying to sell their products, they’re trying to be a space to talk about issues and that’s the way I see it.”
“We don’t know who these people are.
We don’t want to.
We have no idea who these women are,” said Poyntons sister, Kim Pion.
“And this is not about the color of their skin or their religion or anything like that, it’s just about being a person.”
“They are a community, and we need to listen,” she added.
“This is their home, and I think they need to feel comfortable to come out and say they’re here.”
The community has been able help create a place for Northridge to talk to each other about beauty and diversity issues, as well as offer a platform for people to share their personal stories about their experiences as women of color in the industry.
“It’s been a very interesting experience for me to see Northridge grow from the small town that it is to a community that has become more diverse,” said Emily Wintrobe, a contestant on “Designing for All” who participated in the “Design for All Fashion Show.”
Wintrobe was the first person of color to attend “Design For All” in 2015, and she was inspired to make a difference in the beauty industry by attending a fashion show with her grandmother.
“I felt like I was part of something bigger than myself,” she said.
Wintrop and her grandmother were the only two participants on the “Women of Color in Fashion” panel, and they have since continued to raise awareness about beauty issues and support each other.
“When I first heard about this, I was like, ‘I am so happy to see this.
I am really proud of my grandmother.
I can’t believe it,'” Wintrop said.”
The beauty industry is a very powerful and diverse community,” Pion said.
“[We] are all in this together, we are all part of the same community.
So to see how our community has grown is really incredible.”
The beauty and fashion industry is still a work in progress, and it’s still a lot to take in, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other women of colour working in it.
“A lot of us have really grown up watching ourselves and our friends of color struggle in the same way,” Preece said.
While Northridge has seen a rise in diversity, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the city will see the same level of progress.
“As a community we’re still just a small part of a larger, much larger, and still diverse community that is so much more than us,” Peece said.
“This is a beautiful and powerful place.
There is so many people here that want to make it a place that everyone can be proud of,” said Kori Preeve, a fellow contestant on this year’s “DesignForAll.”
“This will be a place where we can all be proud to be women of all colors and ethnicities.
This is a place we can be ourselves and it will be beautiful.”
The “DesignforAll” event takes place July 1-4 at the Northridge High School, and the event is open to all ages.
The event is free, and attendees can also buy tickets for the fashion show for $5.
The show will feature over 100 artists, including model, designer, and fashion designers from all over the world.
The final judging will be held in a ceremony that