1 hr 8 min

Infiltrating the Fashion Industry ft. Naomi Elizée Associate Market Editor at Vogue Naked Beauty

    • Health & Fitness

Social media has bred this idea that you get out of college and you are this superstar...It gives off this perception that you don’t need to put in the work anymore.- Naomi Elizée, Vogue Editor and Podcast Host
When I think of Naomi Elizée, the first word that comes to mind is hustler. Even from age 7, Vogue’s Associate Market Editor could not help but dream of her future career. And by the time she was in college, that passion only continued, leading her to endless internships from Saks Off 5th to Seventeen magazine. Today, between her ambitious job in fashion and her podcast So...What Do You Do Again?, it is clear that Naomi is helping to create a path for other young black women in the industry. Tune in for our discussion on black-owned designers, paying your dues, and practicing radical self-care. 
Links to Products/Resources Mentioned:
- "84 Black-Owned Fashion and Beauty Brands to Support Now and Always", SheaMoisture Coconut Curl Smoothie, @nigella_hair_studio, Hyper Skin, Epi.logic Vitamin C Serum, DBS Darker Skin Tones Foam Wash, DBS Hyaluronic Serum, Laneige Lip Mask, Nars Concealer, Glossier Boy Brow, YSL Color Mascara, Tom Ford Lost Cherry, Byredo Mojave Ghost, I May Destroy You, Chewing Gum, GreenLeaf 
 
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Social media has bred this idea that you get out of college and you are this superstar...It gives off this perception that you don’t need to put in the work anymore.- Naomi Elizée, Vogue Editor and Podcast Host
When I think of Naomi Elizée, the first word that comes to mind is hustler. Even from age 7, Vogue’s Associate Market Editor could not help but dream of her future career. And by the time she was in college, that passion only continued, leading her to endless internships from Saks Off 5th to Seventeen magazine. Today, between her ambitious job in fashion and her podcast So...What Do You Do Again?, it is clear that Naomi is helping to create a path for other young black women in the industry. Tune in for our discussion on black-owned designers, paying your dues, and practicing radical self-care. 
Links to Products/Resources Mentioned:
- "84 Black-Owned Fashion and Beauty Brands to Support Now and Always", SheaMoisture Coconut Curl Smoothie, @nigella_hair_studio, Hyper Skin, Epi.logic Vitamin C Serum, DBS Darker Skin Tones Foam Wash, DBS Hyaluronic Serum, Laneige Lip Mask, Nars Concealer, Glossier Boy Brow, YSL Color Mascara, Tom Ford Lost Cherry, Byredo Mojave Ghost, I May Destroy You, Chewing Gum, GreenLeaf 
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1 hr 8 min

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