I've always loved connecting with people and being creative. So I guess it's natural. I fell into a career centred around building relationships with people and finding innovative ways to communicate a brand.
We are still on lockdown, and I cannot wait to wear a pair of my new J's too. Now that the Netflix's The Last Dance Michael Jordan story is over what are we going to do. We miss Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman too. In their own words. The unfiltered story of the Chicago Bulls dynasty going to put on a pair and ask MJ to come back also.
I have worked in social media for just over 10 years. I first started using it when I worked as a fashion stylist as I needed a free way to promote my services. As time went on, I got more approaches for social media advice than I did for styling advice which worked out quite well for me as I didn’t actually enjoy being a stylist. In 2010, I got the opportunity to pitch to Harrods
Growing up, we used to want to be like Mike. Fly through the air and save your allowance for the new pair of his Air Jordans. Thinking of our hero made you forget how hard it can sometimes be to be a person of colour. Which brings me thinking How Not To Become a Hashtag? It is a story from the life of People of Colour in 2020 Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) or not brown men can sometimes feel as if they have a target on their backs and chests.
I’m Tillie Eze, and the former and current Senior Lifestyle Editor of Style Cartel. Actually, it was Senior Lifestyle and Fashion Editor, but if honest, isn’t fashion a lifestyle anyway? No reason to continue splitting hairs.
As an artist or art appreciator, you will know the value of creativity and of finding the right source of inspiration. However, if you are trying to draw, paint, or create your next masterpiece, you will also know how difficult this creativity can be to come by. In order to stay inspired and release those pent up creative juices, here are some of the top ways that you can spark your next big project.