That’s what matters for her composition Sandra Porto, Brazilian journalist, co-founder of The File Style project tell us how she became appreciative of her identity in this period of lockdown. As we ZOOM in, the image of a black-haired and enthusiastic woman appears on the screen. Her outfit, a fabulous and original kimono which is […]More
My passion for fashion and style goes back to my childhood. I felt so confident arranging fashion shows from scratch. How wonderful memories they are! I got a bachelor degree in journalism to report unique stories and styles. I was granted a certificate in fashion design and marketing in London that gave me an insight into the fashion industry. Fortunately, working in retail is the source of my income, and a great source of unique stories.
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After starting the fashion styling professional course at Style School by Danie, I realised that I’ve always been wanting to pursue a career regarding styling. When I was experiencing the still photo shoot assignment, with the centrepiece being golden grass jewellery, I confirmed, that is what I cherish. twitter.com/brasileiriceis/status/115775848010887168 London 2011 tweet reminds me of […]More