Monday, August 30, 2010

Danny Borbon, Actor

Introducing Danny Borbon of Brooklyn, NY

When/How did you start?

"I started acting about two years ago. I've always wondered how it would feel to be in a movie and how to portray characters that tell stories. In high school I use to buy a lot of classic movies & try acting out the parts I thought I could play. I think that’s how I fell in love with acting. I found it easy to imitate and take out my anger for no reason. A couple of years ago I attended the showbiz expo here in NY, free of charge, empty handed. I was walking around with a badge that said "actor". I kept seeing people from all ages give out a headshot of themselves to the people behind the tables. I stopped by The Network's table and met an actor who is a good friend of mines now. He saw how lost I was, so he gave me his card and told me I was at the right place at the wrong time, and to meet him some other time. We eventually met and he introduced me this crazy industry I'm in that I love so much."

Who/What inspires you?

"I would have to say my dad mostly. He's had such an influence on everything I've done and do, & I mean that in both positive and negative ways. Also I'd have to say rising stars like, George Katt, & Phil John, & Manny Perez who just released his movie “La soga”, his breakthrough role as an actor, in my eyes. Jay-Z as well, I cant forget him."

How does NY inspire you?

"New York is a movie set in itself, everywhere you go you have a beautiful shot, the lights, the hoods, the diversity. I'm a 30 minute train ride away from the greatest city in the world, the city people from all over the world dream of stepping on. The worlds greatest artists are from NY. I think its Brooklyn that makes me so ambitious.

Whats your most memorable acting gig?
"My most memorable acting gig would be this film I did in May. It's called "Colors". We were shooting in a cemetery my 1st time ever in a cemetery and I got to shoot a movie in it! What made it so memorable was how bad the weather was, but how good we all worked together. The cast and crew were incredible. The film was directed by Martin Rosete who's won over 90 awards internationally, along with his brother. Every single person on set was a beauty, we all got along and became good friends after."

Whats one of the biggest obstacles you had to overcome to get the point you are now / How have you changed because of these challenges?

"My biggest obstacle so far was trying to find a way to tell my parents I'm quitting school to pursue acting, and actually telling them. My dad took it the hardest, but it made me stronger because I truthfully freed myself. Everyday I would lie to them and put on excuses, and as time went by, and success started coming.I had the proof to let them know what I'm doing, is actually what I want to do for the rest of my life. I was wasting my time studying liberal arts where I could be studying acting. That took a lot of from me telling them, but it made my life easier as a person".

Who are your hero's?
"My heroes will have to be those who never let anything or anybody stop them. Johnny Depp, Bill Gates, Robert Kiyosaki, most importantly Jay-Z. I'm from Marcy projects and my biggest goal is to get out the projects, and to see Jay-Z where is he right now, to me is more than inspirational."

Who are some of your favorite actors/Who would you compare your acting style to?
Some of my favorite actors would be Daniel Day Lewis, John Malkovich, Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp, I have a lot, but those really get to me. I wouldn't compare myself to anybody yet because I still have a lot to work on, but if I had to choose my style, I would say Jeffery Wright, or Manny Perez.

What projects are you currently working on?
I just wrapped up a short called "La Familia" directed by Harry B, based on misunderstandings and consequences. I am currently working on another short called "Thicker Than Water". What I am really looking forward to, is this apprentice program I'm going to do at The Barrow Group Theater this fall.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Sarah Dawson, Designer

When did you start?

 I have been doing art since I could pick up a pencil but I specifically started designing clothes towards the end of middle school, but I didn't start taking it as serious as I do now until I started high school.

Who/what inspires you?

 Wow,  there's so many things. Growing up in my family alone is inspiring. We are a family that revolves around art and music. I'm also inspired by old shows and movies like lolita as well as not so old shows like the nanny. And a daily inspiration is just being in NYC, there's always something to pull inspiration from in the city.

How do you think the city of New York inspire the fashion world?
New york city is a very fast pace city and it moves as quickly as trends have been changing nowadays. New york is always finding ways to make something new and fresh based off of its original beauty.

How does it inspire you?
It inspires me to always take risk; it makes me want to try and anything and be strong about ant critique I get because it can only make me better.

What has been your  most memorable gig thus far?
I guess my most memorable 1 would have to be my own fashion show. Me and two of my friends as well as fashion designers put on a fashion show about a year ago. It was a lot of fun the day of the show but planning it was hell. Next time I know to get someone else to take care of all the planning so all I have to focus on is my collection.

Describe your brand.

 Sada is a very fun brand. I guess my signature style, when it comes to womens wear, is a lolita/baby doll look but my brand is always trying something new since I'm always learning something new and getting inspiration from something. I am my brand and it reflects me and what gets my attention and interest.

If you could design for anyone ( dead or alive) who would it be?
 The only person I would truly want to work under is Betsey Johnson, she was probably the first designer that showed me a whole different side to fashion that I didn't see when I was growing up. She had her own style and ran by her own trends and her clothes are so playful.

Who are some of your favorite designers and models?
Betsey Johnson
Jeremy Scott
Oscar de la renta
christian Dior
Chanel iman
Liya kebede
Noemie lenoir

Name 3 things you cant live without.


How can people contact you?

What projects are you currently working on?
I'm currently working on making signature pieces for an up and coming musical artist. Other than that I've been doing a lot of custom orders and just waking up and randomly making stuff. :)

Thursday, August 26, 2010


Lauryn Hill X Rock The Bells from Yaya Martinez on Vimeo.

Tiffany Johnson, Stylist/Rapper/Singer/Dancer/Model

Introducing Tiffany Johnson of Harlem , NY

When did you start each of your crafts?

"I've been singing for as long as I can remember , I started writing my own raps in my recent years (in 2006). I started dancing at the Dance Theatre of Harlem in elementary school and continued in Harlem PAL for years after . Styling started for me in 2007. I've grown very interested in the way clothes look and work together on people ."

Who/what inspires you ?

"I get inspired really easily , I can say I have a different inspiration for every one of my talents but its basically anything or anyone for that matter , who dares to be different and go for what they want . I hate the ordinary ."

Most memorable gig ?

"My most memorable gig would have to be between two that I had , Fashion week in 2006 and a Nike photoshoot in 2007 ."

If you could collaborate ( musicly) with anyone who would it be?

"I've always wanted to collab with Missy elliott , Diddy Timbaland ."

Who do you listen to ( music) ?

"I listen to every one but my top favorite artist are Jadakiss , Lupe Fiasco , Cam'ron as far as hip hop goes ."

Whose your favorite designer/sylist ?

"My favorite stylists are Rachel Zoe , and Patricia Fields ."

What different styles of dance are you into?

"I'm really big on hip hop modern , ballet , tap dancing , and contemporary ."

With so many different crafts, How do you manage to remain fresh in all areas?

"I didn't let a lot of my talents out until recently , but basically its more of the love for what I do that keeps me fresh . Plus I add my own swagger to everything : )"

How does New York inspire you ?

"New york inspires me in every way , you can find fashion and music in everything . There's so many different cultures to play off of living in NY , I honestly wouldn't have it any other way ."

What projects are you currently working on?

"I'm currently working on an EP , with my producer J Tell , we're basically trying to give the hip hop and pop world an introduction of me . I'm also working on my stylist portfolio && a photo shoot which should be done really soon ."

How can people reach you?

Facebook : Tiffany Johnson
Twitter : TiffStarVintage
MM :

Joshua Bazemore, Model/Actor/Rapper

Introducing Joshua Bazemore of Brooklyn, NY

Most memorable rapping/acting/modeling gig?


"The most memorable rapping gig I would have to say is just being in the studio, which isn't really a gig but its definetly moments I will never forget. Just watching the track come from nothing into something is always beautiful. Then I get the chills in my body like its all new.I guess you get excited when you hear yourself threw speakers and everybody is rocking to it."


"The most memorable acting gig I would have to say was " Sex and the City 2". It was the first time I was on the set of a big production and  I met alot of people on set. Even tho I did background work and had a small role (which didn't make the film), it still was a beautiful and unforgettable moment.I'll never forget that."


Even tho I've done "Versace" and Japanese magazines like " Warp Magazine" I still will have to say the most
memorable moment is my first modeling gig which was " Marie Claire Magazine".I never thought I would see myself in that position.I  really never thought I'll see myself in any of these positions.I definetly have to thank the most high for these talents and experiences.

Which of your three crafts do you enjoy most?

"I will have to say music because of the fact its my first love and I've been around it all my life.
My dad is a DJ and just growing up with cassette tapes around the house always made me wonder
what did it take for me to be that person on the tape. Then in my early teen years I discovered that my cousin also did hip hop which was really dope to me. He introduced me to the studio and help me experience the hip hop environment from a different perspective.I always thought it was about hardcore music and gangster rap being that I'm a kid from Brooklyn,came to found out it was false (laughs). So as I grew up and I got into my late teens I got more acquainted with the artist side more than the rap side.

Who/what inspires you?

"I will have to say negativity and people who are below standards are the ones who inspired me because without them I don't think I will know what's right and whats wrong.The artist who inspired me were creative and unique people like Kanye West (the whole G.O.O.D Music),Ryan Leslie,Big,Jay and Outkast. Just people who aren't your typical and ordinary musicians. It's just fascinating to me how the mind thinks smh. Creativeness is wicked when it comes to music"

How do you manage your different crafts while remaining strong and fresh in each?

"Well just believing in what others cant do is how I manage.I never believed in being an "upcoming" person because I strongly believe my skill itself have already made it and its not like I'm a cocky person or confident but I'm just so sure that I made it already. Its a great mindset and I don't think it will ever reset.

As far as rapping goes, how would describe your style?

"My style would have to be an edgy,pure (raw) hip hop but yet in a artistry way. Alot of people just keep it raw,edgy and hip hop which is cool but in today's game it seems like it doesn't matter who has the best bars or who has the hottest flow,what matters is who can create a song and make it different from what you hear from your typical artist."

How do you think New York inspires what you do in all the arenas you cover?

"Well NY is a place where people are constantly working so I always felt like I  needed to be that white man in the business suit lol.I know it sounds weird but this is a place where dreams and opportunities get accomplished. So I always really wanted to be apart of that school of fish"

What projects are you currently working on?

"Well right now I'm working on some music with Hollywood producer Riffin Guess who also produced music for Kanye West, R.Kelly, Busta Rhymes, Good Charlotte, Weezer, Andre 3000, Eminem, Metallica, Velvet Revolver, 50 Cent, Matisyahu and many more.Theres no specific project as of now but I know an album will be in the works pretty soon. You'll be able to pick it up at best buy,itunes etc.So when its done, please look out for that"

How can  the people reach you?

Monday, August 23, 2010

Brian Henry aka Hollow Dreamz, Dancer/ Choreographer

Introducing Hollow Dreamz of BrooKlyn,NY




When did you start ?

" Around the age of 8 "

How did you get your nick name?

" My best friends dance name is Nightmare for his character and we are like 2 sides of a coin that's where I got " Dreamz " but it didn't fully fit because you would think he was the  scary one (when its was other way around lol) so I added Hollow in front of Dreamz makin HollowDreamz, because Hollow means empty. At the same time, I'm an anime head and a Hollow is a soul devoured by darkness. I feel that's my bad side where Dreamz is my good one. It goes half and half and when I dance I show it because sometimes I'm playful but other times I'm just a beast but I'm always endlessly creative, like a Dream "

"Who/what inspires you?

" I was shown videos of Mr. Animation and also some dancers I would see practice in the park ."

At what point did you know for a fact this what you wanted to do?

"Around the age of about 15 I realized if I wasn't dancing I wasn't happy so I found myself obsessed."

What is one of your most memorable gigs?

" I'd say one where I was in jersey (it was a simple show) I danced and whatever but on way home we passed a club with my friend and they thought we were strippers ! So we stripped crazy that night.After we left with our tips, we hit Ihop and didn't even have to pay because three Spanish guy who were so "turn't up" offered us to sit with them and had a blast and they paid the check but then we missed our train back to the city and had to pay for a 100$ cab smh "

What type of dance do you specialize in?

" I would say Krump and street dancing even though I've done different styles of dance this has been my passion and focus "

What kind of music do you dance to?

" Depends but mainly Buck Traxx which is Krump music or anything wit like a hip hop feel with a good enough amount of base in it "

Describe your style.

" My style would be like beastly non-human because I focus on avoiding the average movements.And character, I try to be very convincing as something that would be able to rip you in two =P "

Who are some of your favorite dancers ?

" Rapture, Raskel, Ryat, Mijo, (Krumpers) Pacman, Madd Chad (poppers) BBoy Menace and probably a few more but can't think of them right now "

How does New York inspire you?

" Everything about it ! The feel, its impact on who I am and how I live. I rep NY when I dance all the time. You can tell I'm from NY from my cap to street character, even though I'm an open nice guy it just drips off me. Coming up here is hard, but I feel it gives you an advantage because you get use to things never being easy so you stay hungry for life. But it can break also you, whereas for me I don't like to break "

What projects are you currently working on?

"Actually this fall will be teaching at Henry Street Settlement Abrons Dance Theater.So im working on choreo for my students.The show they do every year during the holidays called "Nutcracker In The Lower" I played Rat King before but this time I'm choreographing the whole Rat Piece it should be interesting "

Sunday, August 22, 2010

+ Best Friends Forever

Gabrielle Union & Sanaa Lathan

Rihanna & Katie Perry

Maxwell & Nas

Chris Brown & Teyana Taylor

Dania Ramirez & Kelis

Jennifer Garner & Jessica Biel

Tim Burton & Jonny Depp

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Cheril Sanchez, Photographer

Introducing Cheril Sanchez of Bronx, NY

When did you start?

"I became interested in photography during my sophomore year of high school. I joined the school photo club, did one round and never went back. Not by choice, but irresponsibility. Everything else I've learned through research and experience."

 What is photography to you?

"Photography to me is my back bone. As of now I'm very set on pursuing photography as a career. I am usually at my worst when I don't have a camera. If I don't have the equipment I want, I begin suffering from lack of motivation and that's the worst! Photography is my outlet."

 How is your prospective of photography unique? Describe your photographic style.

"I am obsessed with symmetry in my photos! The picture must be as straight as can be. You know when you take a picture of the horizon and you want it to be completely straight. Well that's how I feel about the photos I take. Or maybe it's a minor case of OCD? haha"

 Do you remember your first photo?

"I don't think I can remember the first photo I took, but I know that before becoming passionate about photography, I was never in pictures with friends because I'd always be the one taking it. "

 What is one of your most memorable gigs?

"My most memorable gig (it wasn't paid it was for my portfolio) happened about 3 years ago. I decided to shoot one of my friends at the beach, in the middle of November. When I got there my batteries died, my model had to walk covered in a blanket to the nearest store, and I when we finally started shooting I couldn't feel my fingers pressing the shutter. It was so cold, I felt so bad for my model. But it happens."

How do you think New York City inspires your work?

"I love New York and it drives me to succeed, but I hate shooting in the city. I prefer a more natural backdrop then so many buildings. It's so hard to find locations to shoot in since I don't want to shoot in a park every single time. Apart from that, I'm very glad to live here because there are opportunities in every corner. There are so many places you can call that might offer you an intern position at their company. But then you have to really impress them."

If you could shoot anyone,in any time period who would it be?

"If I had the chance to shoot anybody I wanted, I would shoot Freja Beha. Or maybe Eniko Mihalik, I think they are exceptional models and total opposites. From the past I would shoot my grandma because I have no idea what she looked like when she was younger and I really wish I did. Everybody has a picture of their grandma young except me :[ "

Who are some of your favorite photographers?

"I have a couple of favorite photographers but my top two are Greg Kadel and Tom Munro (fashion photographers). You can see a similarity in their style, that's probably why I like them both "

What is your favorite photography trick?

"My favorite photography trick up to date is the af-l (auto focus lock) button. Because sometimes my lens feel like acting up and I have more control over it when I hold the button to snap away."

What projects are you currently working on?

"Right now I am working on expanding my experience and my portfolio. I'm looking for models to shoot. They don't have to be 5'8 - 5'11 (though a major plus), just have a face and body I would be interested in working with."

Contact Cheril !!

Facebook : Cheril Sanchez

Friday, August 20, 2010

This is why I do it..

Although the response I've been getting from this has been great, I know some people have their suspicions or uncertainties concerning my cause. All I'm trying to do is ENCOURAGE. I ask you questions that will jog your memory. Some will take you back to the first time you started your craft, and remind you why you love it so much. Other questions will show you the face of someone who is inspiration to you. It is easy to forget why you love what you do when everything seems to be going wrong or you  have lack of encouragement. Its hard when everyone is telling you to work a job that doesn't fulfill you or go to school when your not feeling it. Negative words from people you love and continuing to work hard all on your own are reasons young people lack ambition.I am here to inspire you, and through your inspiration I will be inspired. I'm trying to stir-up the dreams of every young person in the WORLD until the pot flows over and everyone that who doubted us and had negative words to give will have no choice but embrace and credit our talent.

Thank you for your support. Please Keep at IT!!!

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Lehman College

Long Island City,Queens

Bedford Park Boulevard

Ivan Leon, Dancer/Choreographer

Introducing Ivan Leon of Harlem,NY

When did you start dancing?

"From the time I can remember, I was always dancing. At all my family events I would grab one of my aunts and she would always dance with me. I guess you can say she was the first one to push me to dance even at a young age, and without even a thought of being a professional dancer."

What/who inspires you?

"When it comes to inspiration I have a cumulative of people and things that inspire me. I speak for myself when I say that things inspire me and my life not just my ideal career of being a dancer.I look at people like Jennifer Lopez who had a big role of inspiring me while growing up because I seen how when she became big she took the industry in the grips of her hands and made an empire and a name out of herself. It was the fact that she was considered multi- talented. And even when I was young I knew I wanted to dance, act, design, write music, direct.. All these things and Bam! J.Lo made me see I don't have to do one thing I can do it all. Love inspires me, sex inspires me all the time and I know its a weird but inspiration inspires as well. Someone else who recently has been inspiring me has been Mariah Carey and Ciara (all women I know) Mariah is someone who had this voice but it was her love of her craft that inspires me most,she writes all her music (and made millions doing so) and produces. All this with no fashion line, no perfume, no endorsements, no fashion stylist or publicity stunts. It's that that makes me want to learn everything about dance and how to use it to entertain millions of people. In terms of Ciara I look at the fact that she's so humble and no matter how many haters knock her down..she keeps going. She a unbelievable dancer and its natural look at what goes on in her career and say! No matter what people say Ivan keep doing you.."

What different styles are you into?What do you specialize in?

"Right now I am so into the "soft movements" and I guess Less complicated choreography only because if a dance is "so easy" the harder it is to perform and bring it to life.At least from dancers that I am around on a daily basis.Things like Aaliyah's "Rock the Boat", Janet Jackson's "If "and "That's the way love goes.."

In terms of my dancing ,I really for some reason feels so connected to reggae and dance hall music/ and dancing.That's one area that I am 100% confident in my ability to destroy/demolish someone in a battle. I think its because it comes so natural to my body. I can never stay still."

What has been your most memorable gig since you've started dancing?

"I have a few. When I was in high school my dance team that I started performed at a NYC competition called Music Fest and we won second place; but the reason why this was unforgettable was because I had this crazy idea (after one of my good friends choreographed to Freakum Dress by Beyonce) that the girls
in my group would wear double outfits and the curtains will close and BAM ! they would appear in a freakum dress and no one would expect it. It was seeing that moment and hearing the crowd go nuts that I realized never to doubt my "visions" (as my friends call it) or what I see in my mind and to trust myself.

Another other moment was my 1st paid dance job with a modern company Called MAD about dance. I never danced modern in my entire life, it was such hard work and I was pushed and pushed in the right ways and learned so much from a directors view point, as a dancer,and as a person..And I got paid for my hard work!"

Favorite Choreographers?

" Love Love Tina Landon! ( She's done everyone in their mother! From Janet,J.Lo,Ricky Martin,Britney Spears,Christina Aguleira,King of Pop,Ciara,) I mean the list goes on.

Paula Abdul is the bomb when you see her stuff.. And her stage work you see her technique.. Amazing!

Jamaica Craft ( she does a lot of Ciara's choreography) I like her because she mixes the way we would dance at parties into choreography. And she always puts one move in Ciaras stuff that I'm like "That is so hot!!"

Tricia Miranda, I found her on YouTube and I'm in love with her work, she even wrote to me on twitter I was so happy!"

Favorite Dancers?

"I love Danielle Polanco,Blake Macgrath.(they to me, are the epitome of what dancers should be)

I also have friends that can also count as some of my favorite dancers. One of my best friends Mel who is just amazing,he's so versatile and has a great understanding of dance in every aspect of the word! He is a DANCER! And Right now My friend Jamy,she has this performance aspect that I haven't seen in a while! There are so many people I'm around and dance with! I take something from each to try to be better. "

Who are some of the artists you like to dance to?

"I would love to dance for Ciara..Janet..Jlo..Usher..Chris brown, all artist who can actually that way I won't be held back or suppressed..

How do you think the city of New York influences the dance world?

" I mean I thinks its the fact New York City is so diverse; it almost seems like this city is the center of the world. NYC is all I know, I see so much drive! Passion and Ambition. It is crazy..I just came from London and honestly NYC will destroy every dancer over there!! I Love London though.. "

What projects are you currently working on?

"Right now I dance with a hip hop Group called World Class.

I am working on some stuff that will focus on myself rather then a group, so I'm gearing up to go professional.. So I'll be doing head shots, dance photos, some videos, and showcasing things that you wouldn't see of my while dancing with my group.

I am also working on this project with two other people called Jane all female group. I am so happy with the direction of this female group, I think I can finally be creatively free.I guess you can say I'll be one of the Creative director,I shouldn't even be talking about this..don't want to jinx it.

I will also be in a play in October.. Flexing my acting skills.."

As a dancer, what is the most important thing you feel you have to offer to the dance world?

"The funny thing is,It's not even my dancing that I think I have to offer the dance world, it's my ideas.The things I see in my mind that I know I can make come to life the right way.It's the way I lead, the way I fight for what I believe in, the fact I have standards and won't except anything less, the way I am willing to learn( an ongoing process). I sound so cocky, but I believe in my answer!  "

If you could dance with any one person (dead or alive) who would it be?

"I guess everyone would say Michael Jackson and I mean who wouldn't..but I'd pick CIARA.. "

If you could dance in front of any one person (dead or alive) who would it be?

"I would love the chance to dance in front of my Grandma if she was alive.. She only seen me when I was just starting..."


Facebook : Ivan Leon
Twitter : Ivane202

Sunday, August 15, 2010

See Me Now ft. Beyonce & Charlie Wilson

Ok If you know me, you know I love KANYE so you also know I love this song. I'm ok with Beyonce (she definetly says "n*gga in the song, I was like "oop")  but I'm very interested to know where the hell Kanye found Charlie Wilson.. I hope you guys Enjoy it. And listen out for the the Step Brothers reference (I love that movie) and the Taylor Swift joke ...


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Denardo Jenkins, Stylist

Intoducing Denardo Jenkins of Brooklyn NY

When did you start Styling ?

"I actually started styling in college [personal shopping aspect and styling for fashion shows] But became a business a year ago"

How would you define our cities fashion ?

"Our cities fashion is just as diverse as the individuals that live here, any genre of style is here [you will see it on the streets]"

What was your biggest break or most memorable gig ?

"Mine would have been December  2008, when I was an assistant stylist for Subina Schreder for a Russian Vogue photo shoot [which was an editorial photo shoot].Vogue alone the whole name is big,so I was mad geeked and mad excited so at that point I thought " Yeah I can really do this!!" Then Purple Magazine [which is a french publication] published my name online and I was credited for being a stylist for another editorial photo shoot.So it's kind of like having your name published for these big names was really a big boost."

Who are some of your favorite stylists ?

"Patricia Fields (stylist for Sex in The City), Sabina Schreder, Patty Wilson ( involved in some Heatherette fashion shows), Mariel Haenn (Rihanna's Stylist),Marni Senofonte (Mary J. Bliges stylist) and ShiNuh Holt"

If you could choose to style anyone, who would it be ?

"Remy Ma ! I'm not sure what it is but ever since I knew about her I just wanted to style her."

What do you think it take to become a successful stylist?

"Two important things,Knowledge and Contacts.As far as knowledge and Education you don't have to major or minor in anything specific but its just about updating yourself on style genres and on the "who's who" of the industry.Who you know gets you in the door and what you know keeps you there.And that's where networking and contacts come in,because you can know someone and they can give you a lead... But its based on your knowledge of the industry that will determine what makes you better than the next stylist."

Whats your favorite stylist trick?

"I use safety pins for everything..from shoes to shirts that are too big that need to be fitted.But what I'm big on is wide leg jeans and turn them into harem pants just by way of a safety pin."

What are some of the current projects your working on?

" Well actually there is a program where I'll be co-teaching with another stylist which are styling classes.. for ages 15-19 [happening this fall].I'm also planning a marketing and promotional campaign company, Dessenceofdenardo.And off course fashion shows and photo shoots are always in the works."

Age? : 27

Nationality? : Black&Choctaw (American-Indian Group in the south)

Shoe Count? : 95 (not including styling closet)
Your Favorite? : Black and White python leather cowboy boots

Chinese Food Order : 4 Fried Chicken wings (cut up,extra crispy with a duck sauce) French Fries with BBQ sauce, ketchup and hot sauce and an Ice-T.

Plaids or Stripes? : Plaids

Single? : Yes.Very Single

Facebook? : Denardo Jenkins

Website :

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Please Support Larissa Muehleder


We want to see her in NOLCHA fashion week in NEW YORK CITY!!!

Larissa muehleder is raising funds for Launch Eminent Fash in Nolcha Fashion Week NYC! on Kickstarter! Hi There! My name is Larissa and I am trying to get into Nolcha Fashion week this September to showcase my new Spring 2011 collection :D