At 9, my passion for design and fashion began. I made clothing for my dolls from scraps of clothing, clothing my siblings grew out of, anything I could get my hands on! I created my own backpacks, and thought of new creations in my head. I was fascinated.
My mother wanted me to explore a career in nursing, as I came from a family in the medical field. However, once admitted, I soon ran away from that field and spent time with a friend who owned a boutique, that specialized in bespoke clothing. I was in love. This is what I wanted.
My mother found out, disciplined me, but understood in the end that I couldn’t handle the medical field life. I went to school for 3 years to a fashion design college, and created many beautiful pieces of clothing for my family.
I worked for a large company in Scottsdale, who sent me for training in New York. Eventually, I went my own way and opened my own business about 3 years ago.
I have been hungry and passionate about being a seamstress and this business since I was a child. It’s a challenge, but, I am ready and willing to tackle it. When I see the faces of my happy customers, it’s a gift from God. I am truly blessed to be able to do what I love.