Now known for the viral 3-D fashion show she debuted mid-pandemic, Mvuemba believed in herself when no one else would.
The Pull Up for Change creator and Uoma Beauty CEO and founder discusses the ripple effect her initiatives have made in 2020 — and where we go from here.
"I of course want to save the whales, but I also want to save Black people. Can we talk about that?"
The founder of Sandrine Charles Consulting and co-founder of the Black in Fashion Council talks how she navigated her career in PR and what inspires her about fashion.
"I didn't know that I was launching Brother Vellies when I launched Brother Vellies, and I didn't know that I was launching the 15 Percent Pledge when I launched the 15 Percent Pledge. All I did was take a desire that I had for the world, and the world responded."
The stylist is already making her mark on the fashion industry with her joyous approach to photoshoots and style.
The company's global brand president launched photoshop-free campaigns five years ago and created a movement in the process.
After more than a decade spent working in PR, he started his own company to help build fashion brands against traditional industry norms.
The Rihanna- and Pat-McGrath-approved creative is ignoring trends, breaking conventions and carving out a career path that focuses on lifting people up and paying her successes forward.