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Haitian Americans impacting the Fashion and Entertainment Industry

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Hello dear readers 

A new year has just started and Fashion est au Rendez – Vous. 2022 ended with a lot of new perspectives regarding how emotionally people relate to the brands they are investing in. 

With huge disappointment (Balenciaga) and some accomplishments to applause (Virgil Abloh Louis Vuitton

I would like to dedicate the first blog of 2023, to Haitian in the Diaspora whose prouesse and accomplishments have opened doors for generations to come. 

Every Haitian American win is a victory for the community and we bloggers and influencers from Haiti or descendants of Haitian parents should elevate these pioneers by supporting and spreading the word of their excellence. 

Growing up, we did not have much of Haitian- American figures making moves in the Fashion industry or any other industries as of fact. Even though we are still fighting for more spot of opportunities, it is also refreshing to acknowledge the beacons currently driving the culture.  

The Haitian – American women who in their rights and talents make an impact and settings waves in the Fashion Industry and entertainment. 

Claire Sulmers Fashion Bomb Daily

Claire is an example of hard work and discipline paying off, in her own right promulgated her creative platform and inspired many women to build their Fashion careers and how to succeed and look their best while doing so. 

Follow Claire @clairesulmers @fashionbombdaily @fashionbombdailyshop 

Website: www.thebomblife.com 

Claire Sulmers Entrepreneur CEO & Founder Fashion Bomb Daily

Naomi Elizee VOGUE 

Naomi is an editor at VOGUE magazine. Since she was thirteen years old she envisioned her career path and has worked hard to manifest her vision board. She is also very aware of the struggles and determination one goes through to achieve such an accomplishment. 

Podcast: so… What do you do again? 

Follow Naomi along @naomieelizee 

Naomi Elizee Editor at VOGUE Magazine

Fabbiola Romain VOGUE

Fabbiola is a visual editor at VOGUE. She is a Haitian – American woman whose hard work and perseverance are a leading example for us all. Haitian Culture is the seed pivoting her professional excellence drive to become the pioneer of Black Haitian heritage in her current role. Fabbiola embodies discipline and determination which are fundamental to succeed 

Follow Fabbiola along @fabbiolaromain 

Fabbiola Romain visuals at VOGUE

Sandra Lajoie Bravo tv NBC Oxygen

Sandra is a media executive. One of the few black women P.R. executives in the entertainment industry. If you own a screen, there is a big percentage that you are an accro of reality tv and these shows are now part of the American culture. She is the Vice – President, and communications for Bravo tv, Oxygen, and NBC

Her story and strength are a motive to perceive discipline to advance successfully in life. 

Follow Sandra along @lajoiesandra

Sandra Lajoie Vice President, communications NBC Bravo Tv Oxygen

Tarah-Lynn Saint-Elien COSMOPOLITAN 

Fashion Editor for cosmopolitan, writer, and entrepreneur this talented woman wears many Chapeau with a master’s degree and a lot more in store for the future. Her brand adorned in armor is on YouTube.

Her book “claim your crown” is available in all major book retailers nationwide. 

Follow Tarah along @iamtarahlynn @adornedinarmor

Website: tarahlynnadorned.com 

Tarah-Lynn Saint-Elien Fashion Editor Cosmopolitan

Karen Civil GM / EVP of young money records 

Karen is our Olivia Pope of the culture, the woman with a dream and discipline that created her voice and respect in an industry that is mostly crowded by male dominance. Karen is the embodiment of if you have skills you should work to develop them as your superpower. 

Follow Karen along @karencivil 

Karen Civil EVP of Young Money Records

Disclaimer: I do not own any right to the pictures published in this post. The photographs have been featured solely to represent  each personality.

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