The 30-year-old wardrobe stylist began her career in fashion design in Virginia where, after college, she began styling local artists at events.
Word spread quickly about her great work and she began acquiring more contacts in the music industry.
I was dating Fab at the time and he had a big shoot coming up for his album, .
This was 2006, and I approached him and said, “This is what I do, I know it’s not on as large a scale of what you’re used to but give me the job, I feel that I can do it,” and he said “If you can do this shoot and you can prove yourself to me I’ll give u the job.” I did the shoot and the album packaging came out incredible.
I went to school for fashion design, but styling and being a designer comes hand-in-hand, so being a stylist came natural.
It was something I just started doing when I was very young. I was working with a local entertainer in Virginia who was signed to Pharrell and he was my first client.
With access to so many friends online, the abuser can post a damaging message online about their significant other or make threats to do so.
Bitchie Life caught up with the mother of two and chatted about why she’s apprehensive about doing a season two of , her blossoming career, where her relationship is now, what she hopes people learn from her situation, and her current relationships with the other women on the show. How did you get your start, and who are some of your clients?Kids are also afraid to report the abuse to their parents because they may believe the abuse is not that big a deal, or they fear losing cell phone and laptop privileges, experts say.The humiliation can be lasting for a teenager, said Parry Aftab, founder of the internet bullying advocacy group, Wired Safety.Sources say the incident caused the abrupt shutdown of the NYC hot spot.“Fabolous’ new chick and his baby momma Emily B, were at odds during the party.Jennings said social networking, which can connect hundreds and thousands of students, gives the abusive partner more leverage.Teens can call in for help at the hot line and web site "Love is Respect.." Allyson Pereira also continues raising awareness about digital dating abuse.She recently graduated from community college with a degree in elementary education.(CNN) -- There were no scars, no bruises to indicate the abuse Allyson Pereira, a 16-year-old high school sophomore in New Jersey, had suffered.She said he gave her an offer: Text him a naked picture of herself, and he would get back together with her.In some instances, the victims, usually teenage girls, receive as many as 40 texts a day with negative messages from their partner."She is required to keep her cell phone on all day, all night and be receptive," Murray explains.The Lions guard had been running errands near his home in Charlotte, North Carolina, and by the time he plugged in his phone around 8 p.April 16, 2015, Austin says that he found a flurry of concerned text messages from his mother, his agent, the Lions head of security and local police.