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A Woman Turned Mom At 18 Became Fashion Industry Exe And Stands For Woman Equality

Isadora Versiani, experienced sexism in the fashion industry. Worked full time while becoming a face behind two major fashion brands. Director of Andre Assous and BCBG did not happen overnight for her. She had struggle with the idea of going to college. She had to have the support of family. Keeping dedication at the forefront of her works. Isadora thought to herself there was not enough woman getting high-power positions in the industry. Her priority was simple, get a degree and learn her roles quickly.

Getting a degree was more than the fight. She encourages more woman to find a mentor that is of that sex to help. I believe this is very true. As most people are on the page for fighting for equality in a work place. This #MeToo movement has became the staple of American fabrics within current society. Society was like, “Woman should be put in place, used for  our sexual glorification”. Then there was an uproar of them fighting back. As there are many woman like Isadora who want to help push the waves that are happening in today’s generation.

She reaches out to the youth encouraging them to stay on the right path. As this is ideal if you want to see success in fashion. Being a creative behind this brand, she respects her power. She prides what she is doing. The fashion community is looking forward to see what she is going to do. Pushing the mold for what woman are viewed as. Finding success for your passions.

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Bxnk Interview about Brand quality and Collaborating with other content providers

 

 

Napalm Spot sat down and interviewed one of the clothing companies that has major promises for the future. Being on the up-rise in Detroit, they have gained attention, increasing popularity and revenue. The clothing company shows no halt, they continue to excel by bringing together creative minds alike for a great turn-out. Contacting vendors and renting space too showcase the potential here that is offered. Stephen shared some thoughts on the future of the company and the promises it holds.

“I was very happy about the turnout of the Meetup. There’s already over 150 photos posted on Instagram from the event (check out #bxnkmeet to see the photos). I’m confident that there’s a bright future for Detroit’s creative industry witnessing all the talented creatives and artists at the event. 

Since we are so new, we haven’t had a chance to see if brand responsibility is helping boost sales. We’ve been really focusing on marketing and these pop-up events, and that’s definitely been helping. However, I know other brands that focus on brand responsibility, that’s where all of their sales come from”- @Doubleohstephen
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