Kenice Miller, Chef

Knowing you’re a dancer,  how would you say movement influences your style?
Regardless of what I’m wearing or where I’m going I always want to be able to move, especially because I’m a dancer and if I’m walking around the street you’re going to see me dancing. So I would say my style derives from comfortability but at the same time being chic and posh. So I could be wearing a jumpsuit with heels and as long as I can
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Abigail Sickinger, Kavista


Can you tell me exactly what you do with Kava?
Yes, so I serve Kava which is a plant medicine from the South Pacific islands. It’s calming on the central nervous system, it’s very grounding, it’s very heart-opening, and it’s part of my mission to help spread this medicine to the people so as a culture we can start moving away from alcohol and start moving into plant-based medicines.
Does using the Kava open up your chakra(s) in a way
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Esther Wolf, Painter

What inspires you as an artist? Your style, your colors, etc?
I’m very inspired by women’s issues, especially issues that I’ve faced including body focused repetitive behaviors relating to distorted body image. Basically a form of OCD and things that I’ve recovered from in my life.

How do you think you can help women have a bigger voice in the art world?
I think it just needs to be normalized for women to be successful artists.

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Jamie Colder, Musician

So as a musician where do you think the industry is going right now?
There’s more authenticity and less about the “image”. It’s about expressing yourself genuinely and making music that is organic and reflects our values. My band has rejected a bunch of labels because we’re trying to build our success by ourselves and want to have real cult fans, not just one off listeners.

What’s the hardest thing about being a musician today?
Probably the vast amount of …
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Ebony Brown, Artist/Designer

How do your paintings influence your designs and fashion line?
My painting allow me to develop a bigger scope of color, texture, energy. The colors are vibrant and my paintings have always been a way for me to connect with the chakras and create a sense of harmony and in my designs I mimic the same colors as my paintings and that’s the intention behind them as well.

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Nova Zef, Rapper

How do you feel like you can represent female rappers today?
I feel like I can show other female rappers that it is possible to have a voice in a male centered industry, and inspire other women to communicate their person stories as the feminine divine continues to rise.

What do you typically rap about?
A lot about mother earth and how to push the social norm of issues that are happening in order to overcome them in the most …
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Avina-Kei, Lawyer

How do you think we’ve evolved in our understanding and acceptance of “queer”?
Rather than an evolution, we’re realizing that there’s more of a spectrum and diversity to what it means to be queer. Before, it was like “oh, my gay best friend is going to take me shopping”. And now I think people are realizing that queer doesn’t fit into one stereotype.

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Chris Lavish, Fashion Personality

Which fashion lines do you mostly attire yourself in?
I mostly wear the clothes of designers I collaborate with. Models should only wear the clothing of designers they’re close with and have worked with.

How do you think aspiring designers can reach a wider audience?
I think fashion needs to be more personalized to fit the need of the individual. If there is more customization, then more people will feel included.

How would you classify individual style?
It’s very hard. …
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