This year has been full of lessons learned and soul searching and realizing I'm an adult. It's time to take responsibility and not take the easy way out.
I would say my biggest mentor has been my father because he always has been. Actually both of my parents have always been ones to encourage me to be myself and stay true to myself and not fall into what other people want me to do.
I will be really happy once I have done my jail time. I can start fresh.
My job ranges from creating the initial overall theme of the season, to developing fabrics and sketching to sampling and fitting.
I think I look okay.
I believe that fashion is the ultimate form if self expression therefore it really depends on my mood.
I never want to disappoint my parents, ever. They are people that I always look up to.
It is important not to copy other people's careers but set the tone of who you want to be. My father's always encouraged me to do that.
Besides being responsible for myself, I'm now responsible for someone else. And I have to set the right examples. I have to really be someone that I would want my child to look up to.
You can see it right away when a person is dressing outside of who she is.
I think lingerie plays a big part in how you carry yourself.
I admire anyone with their own sense of personal style.
I have olive skin, so if I get pale, I look green. I have to tan.
I'm not insecure, but I'm not like, 'Hi, I'm confident.'
Anytime I am around a male body part it is kind of exiting.
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