The American designer Stevie Boi came in early November to LISAA Fashion in Paris to share his experience with freshmen. The opportunity to revisit his career, his fashion lessons and his point of view on the current issues of the sector. An intervention much appreciated by young designers.
ADVICE TO YOUNG CREATORSThe fashion school of LISAA Paris welcomed on November 5th Stevie Boi , American designer known for his glasses worn by Lady GaGa, Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Madonna, Elton John or Beyoncé.
To the students of first year Fashion design-model , Textile Design and Fashion Design & Business , Stevie Boi is back on his career, his experience in the fashion business and shared his views on current issues: the business , the reputation , the use of social networks and training .
You must have personality! If you are not personal, people will not buy your creations
Stevie Boi, fashion designer
His advice to the young creators of LISAA: to have audacity , to think outside the box, to be impertinent and above all, to have personality ! The students were delighted with this exchange, rich in lessons on the world of fashion and the creation of a brand with an accessible and relevant designer.
AN ATYPICAL COURSEStevie Boi is a self-made designer who has lived most of her childhood in Europe. He explains to the students that he would probably have been better armed had he been trained in fashion.
At the origin of his success, glasses that he customizes and wears during his club outings. One night, a star borrows them and takes pictures with them. It's the instant buzz. When Stevie returns home, he has received hundreds of orders and must momentarily close his website to focus on production. He finds himself propelled into the business of fashion.
Today, he still creates glasses under the brand name SBShades as well as clothing collections in collaboration with brands.
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