A Few Hours Ago While Bored And Watching The People I Follow On Instagram Stories, I Came Across A Sponsored Add For THEME Magazine , Who Was Advertising An Opportunity For Anyone To Submit Their Own Editorial To Be Published In Their Magazine. I Had Never Written An Editorial Before, But Quickly Browsed Through Some Of Theirs Already Published As Well As Googled Some Sample Editorials, And Submitted The Material I Provided Below. Tell Me What You Think?
SB: I Don’t Have A Portfolio (I am Working On Getting Them Professionally Done Soon), So I Had To Work With What I Have And Be Creative.
My Email Submission To THEME Magazine:
Stylist: @damagedgoodszllc Photographer: @fuk_yo_gramm
Hair Colored: @theopulentexperiencellc
Hair Installed: @chicgoddessco
Bronx native Chyna Frazier hosts her own podcast The Fessup w/ Chyna and she also owns her own clothing line she named Damaged Goodsz LLC. She launched her podcast March 30, 2020. Initially to reveal her having Vitiligo, a skin condition she’s had since she was eleven years old. The first episode she published was “Living With Vitiligo”, to show her vulnerability about being insecure and self conscious growing up due to her skin condition. She tried hiding her skin condition for years by wearing makeup and covering barely showing any skin even during the hottest summer days. Up until three years ago she has never stepped out the house without wearing makeup. Three years ago she stopped applying makeup to mask her insecurities and finally started to embrace her Vitiligo. After laughing her first episode, Chyna decided to share her platform by accepting interview requests from her social media following. She started publishing episodes with interviews from guests who also wanted to share their personal stories, entrepreneurs and entertainers. She plans on adding modeling, acting, rap artistry to her resume by pursuing those career paths.
Sheer Jumpsuit By Bon Bini
Location: Central Park
Treat Me Like A Pink Starburst, Because If Pink Starburst Was A Person It Would Be Me!
Changing My Hair Color Often It Not Only Wakes Me Up, But It Also Wakes Up The People Around Me While Keeping Me Intriguing. If They Ever Do A Movie On Me, Whoever Has To Play Me Better Be Prepared To Have On Every Color Hair Frontal Every New Scene.
If A Guy Hols The Door For Me Being Polite, It Would Be The Bronx Chick In Me To Say “As You Should”. Being The Only Girl And Oldest Of Three, Made Me Strong And I’ve Always Been Such A Tom Boy I Still am At Heart.