I have always been inspired by women making strides in the business world especially mothers. This week I would like to highlight Lisa Price, the founder of the popular beauty brand Carol’s Daughter. Price is a married Momtrepreneur of three children: Forrest, Ennis and Becca. In 1993, encouraged by her mother, Carol, Price began making products out of her kitchen in Brooklyn. She shared her products first with family and friends and received great feedback. At that point Price knew she was on to something. Today Carol’s Daughter products are sold
Momtrepreneur, a woman nurturing an entrepreneurial endeavor while simultaneously juggling home and a family life in other words a “multi-tasker in its extreme”. Although I am very new to this lifestyle, with just giving birth a month and half ago. Trying to start up a business with a newborn has had its challenges thus far. From the recovery process to getting acclimated as a first-time mom with my son, Carter; but also, meeting deadlines to move forward with branding for the release of my fashion company. So far, I have noticed
Vanessa Williams and her daughter Jillian Hervey slayed the January 2017 Essence magazine cover. In this issue, they discuss loving yourself at every age and highlight their lives in and out of the spotlight. Jillian is part of the soul electronica duo Lion Babe and is preparing for their next album. While Williams on the other hand reveals that she will be return to air and will be a talk show host on VH1’s Daytime Divas. Head over to Essence to check out the cover and grab your copy.
From entertainment to the fashion industry, Draya Michele has definitely switched her game up! I must say she has taken her brand to a higher level and is now evolving into a fashion guru. So not only is she dominating the swim suit world, she is about to take fashion industry by storm. Recently, Draya Michele announced the release of her new line Beige & Coco. This collection was created to showcase her modish design skills but also highlight her personal growth. It represents the modern day woman who can