Before having the idea to start his brand, 20-year-old Emil DaneIian had been seeing the numbers 444 everywhere for nearly two years. The Stony Brook University health science major decided to go outside the norm for an average college student by using the numbers he saw everywhere and turning them into his own clothing line,
More than a year and a half ago, the hit TV series about troubled teens “Euphoria” premiered on HBO. After receiving major success, it’s highly anticipated season two had to stop production due to the pandemic. HBO has even released two special episodes to hold it’s viewers over until they’re ready to start production again.
These Young Long Island Entrepreneurs Are Determined to Make their Mark in the Fashion World and Leave a Legacy
Aiden Best, 17, and Eden Boakye, 16, both similar names spelt slightly differently, started a modeling, clothing brand company before even reaching the age of 18 called Vision Kidz. The two are God brothers who live together in the Uniondale/Hempstead area. Vision Kidz didn’t start off as a modeling page on Instagram. It was originally
Since the start of the decade, the number of Black business owners increased by 30% correlating with an increase of the Black population. However, self-employed Black business owners are only a third of what the white self-employed demographic is. Men are also more likely to be self-employed rather than women. According to the 2019 State
On Sept. 3, actress, singer and producer, Selena Gomez launched her cosmetic brand, Rare Beauty, which is exclusive only on the brand’s website and Sephora. The brand’s mission statement promotes uniqueness and supporting customers of all ages, backgrounds, sexual orientations and more. The brand also advocates for mental health with its “Rare Impact” which has
Priscilla Wesson — entrepreneur, self confessed online shopaholic, full-time mother of two lovely daughters and wife — is the brilliant mind behind children’s online clothing store Cozy N Cute Kids Boutique. Where the coronavirus pandemic has sent so many into a tailspin and left a lot of businesses floundering, Wesson launched her business despite COVID-19
Ralonda Elise’s Crochet Creations Range From Bathing Suits to Baby Clothes – See How She Got Started
Think crochet is a dying art form? Think again. Long Island native Ralonda Elise will prove you wrong.
Mother-Daughter Duo Vera Moore and Consuella Helms-Jeune Show How They Make the Family Business Work
The goal of Huntington Village’s new boutique Chez Lãa Reine is to cater to the Queen in you; it’s literal translation is The Queen’s Place. Mother-daughter duo Vera Moore and Consuella Helms-Jeune have partnered with the storeowner Rhonda Taylor-Gooden, to do this by offering royal treatment by offering spa treatments and beauty products. “I’ve been
A girls night in with a few vendors started out small, but eventually grew into Fashion 4 Purpose, an organization that has made history as the first to create and host Long Island’s first fashion awards. “My whole thing is to help and empower people,” said Fashion 4 Purpose Founder Carmen Smith. “Everyone really puts
With over 30 models, eight designers and 15 vendors, Rockville Centre is about to see a serious fashion show for a good cause. The creator of the show, Venice Richards, is a longtime educator who had to manage sickle cell her whole life. With a $3,000 goal in mind, Richards is determined to help fellow
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