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and her styling geniuses, Lizzy and Darlene Okpo of William Okpo, a designer collection. I was impressed by all of their style and they were surprised at my age! I appreciated their words of encouragement to, “Keep up the GOOD work”.
I’ve known Miss Samantha Black when I was probably 5 or 6 years old. She has what I call a unique style that is fun and flirty, which is why she was on Project Runway’s Season 11. I appreciate her remembering me and being a role model for girls my age who have an interest in fashion.
Ms. Camara is talent you can’t “beat”! Literally, she is a make-up artist and works with celebrities as well as the everyday woman. She is so COOL!
It was a great event with people who gave from the heart. Remember you can make a difference to those less
fortunate, if you give a little, you can do a lot to improve the lives of others!