Betsey Johnson was born on August 10, 1942, Wethersfield, Conneticut. She had two great passions for dance and art when she was growing up. This led her to pursue her interests in art and design at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, which then she later transferred to Syracruse University. After graduating college, she dove into the fashion industry and got a job in the Madammoiselle magazine art department but soon later became an independent fashion designer. Part of Johnson 's success was her abililty to sense the social and subsequent style and sillouette changes.
Cheerleading has helped me grow as a person, and has helped me become more confident in myself. I could never imagine my life without the sport of cheerleading. Cheer has taught me not only determination, but how to balance everything, from school to managing high grades. I decided to join my first allstar cheerleading team, at Midwest Cheer Elite, in 2012. When I first joined, I based on a youth level 2 team, and with the help of my coaches and supportive athletes, I was able to fly on a senior 5 team, my last year.
Her father encourages her in studies. She says, “My father’s suggestion is that I should study and get a job so that we can take care of our mother. My mother too wants us scale higher in life. The parents cannot help us since they are not well educated. The atmosphere of my family is not conducive for studies.
As Emma was working on all of her films she also got very interested in fashion. So she decided to begin her modeling career in 2005. She then got offered to be in many magazine covers, including Vogue and Bravo. Later Emma announced that she was going to get involved with a fair trade fashion brand called people tree. After she announced that she was going to be with people tree, she started designing like crazy.
Fashion photography is growing commercially in the fashion world and in the art world. The fashion magazine Harper's Bazaar was the first to shoot models outdoors and in motion. Since the art of fashion photography gained recognition, a steady
Out of Breath Becoming accustomed to a new language is difficult, especially when it is not one’s primary language. Amy Tan, the author of “Mother Tongue” went through this same situation. Tan’s mother had a hard time with the way she spoke English because no one seemed to understand what she wanted to convey. Amy Tan uses her story as a way to let the audience know about how language can lead people to be prejudice, connect people, change perception and open new doors in life. In “Mother Tongue” Tan uses her mother as an example of how the English language should not affect one’s self worth.
I grew up in a very diverse neighborhood. Growing up we didn’t have much money as a family but my parents would always make sure we had clothes on our back. Two years later my family moved from Florida to Brooklyn, New York to be closer to relatives and other family members. Brooklyn is where I begin to design clothes at 14 and learned about marketing of different brands of appeal. I have always had a keen eye for fashion, the older I became the more aware I was of the need for affordable, stylish and comfortable clothing.
When I first came into English 1101, I had no confidence in my writing. I didn’t know if I was writing correctly or even forming an essay correctly, also I had trouble with research papers and the process of writing these kinds of essays. I would often feel overwhelmed and embarrassed because I was never taught how to write any essay correctly. I thought to myself, how could I have not known how to write? Writing should have been something so first nature to me, but through the help of Mrs. Hermanson and her positive attitude, eager teach, and nurturing nature, I felt unafraid to make mistakes, I became more confident in my writing and ready take on the world of writing.
In the last few years I have overcome that challenge. I remain loyal to my friends and family by always telling the truth, helping in whatever way I can whether it is time, money or a trusting ear. If my family member or a friend tells me a secret I will take it to the grave unless it is something that is legal or harmful to themselves or someone else. I will remain faithful to my parent by not having an affair of any kind- emotional or physical. When it comes to showing loyalty to me, I have made it important that I take care of myself.
When I started this course I felt very challenged by the assignments. I am not from this country I came here with my wife and children and did not know a lot of English. I felt scared for them and me because there was much uncertainty. This course is very challenging, but worth it because it is helping me learn English. I find challenges motivating because I can learn from them and grow.
My interviewee is also trying hard to complete college, but is torn by her very family oriented background. She feels like she is forced to choose between her family and her schooling. I automatically felt that her family was in the wrong for not supporting her want to continue her education, but I did not really take her culture into consideration when
I will also provide classes to my hair stylist once a month for new and upcoming styles so we will always be on top of the lasts hair styles. I started out doing braids since I was in the 5th grade. My cousins was the one who gave me the passion for doing braids from watching them. After watching them, I could tell what kind of hairstyle or braid it was that was a challenged to me, after that I learned from my personal experience that when I would get my hair braided it helped my hair grow that’s how I got
Angela Ahrendts: The Overlooked Success Angela Ahrendts, born in a small town in New Palestine, Indiana to a humble environment in the Midwest – now one of the most successful woman in the world. Grew up one of six children, and was the middle child, she “…learned to be the spectator…[she] learned to listen observe and watch”. Ever since Angela was a little, she “…[loved] beautiful pleasing things to the eye…whether it was making…doll clothes…[to] decorative pillows.” She had created a life for herself from which she could escape and dream of endless creative pursuits. She loved to create collages from fashion magazines which eventually inspired her to attend Ball State University pursuing a fashion degree. During her college experience,