Don't just follow the fashion trend. Instead, use it as a reference to create your own personal style!
I am thrilled to have the exposure in fashion media! Thank you to the Walk Fashion Show for featuring me!
Ever since I was a child, I have always had a passion for fashion. I am heavily influenced by my mother and my aunt, who are both fashionable and loved to dress me up as a child-- from the day I was born!
Just like my music career, fashion has come naturally to me. My philosophy of fashion is that you can definitely take the hottest style trend or specific products to reference of your own personal style. However, it is not necessary to follow it if it doesn’t really fit you. What you need to do is to figure what looks good on you then choose to follow what fits you. In other words, finding what suits you best is what you should express through your own personal fashion sense. So long as you wear what your style truly is, you don’t need high tier goods-- you make affordable products high tier!
You make these products become something rather than these products making you someone!
If you learn one thing from traveling, it's that you don't need much to find true happiness in life. Simplicity is powerful!
Through my experiences of traveling alone and living in various countries has taught me that we don’t need as much as we think to make us happy in life. The more pure your experience is, the more powerful your life actually becomes.Read More »
Life is like a river, slowly going somewhere. Life moves forward all the time; we are never stuck anywhere.
Just how other companies have their annual goals, I have my goals too! When I first moved to New York, I made the goal of promoting my new EP, The Journey on Earth, Vol. 2, “Stories of Time,” and develop my blog. Life in the big city is all about working hard, meeting new people, and networking with the right groups, which is why I fit in so well. I love being an artist, businesswoman, and entrepreneur. Read More »
As a renaissance woman who wears many hats in her career, I am often asked for interviews by local and international media networks. This interview in particular was a joy to participate in.
Middle Tennessee Music (MTM) is a content publishing site that highlights independent music across the globe. My contribution to help their mission in archiving and connecting indie music and indie musicians together with interviews like these was an honor.
Read this interview on "Does Tradition Exist In The 21st Century?" to discover how music has shaped me into the woman that I am today!