Fashion leaders have always set the stage for what is relevant, cutting edge and fresh. Une Belle Revolution seeks to empower high school students with the skills needed to pursue a career in fashion design and industry on a higher level. Through the fibers program at Grady High School, students learn fashion illustration, sewing, marketing, and show production. "Fashion changes, but style endures." -Coco Chanel CLICK HERE TO DONATE FROM OUR WISH LIST!
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WORDS FROM A CREATIVE MIND I am a free spirited, creative person who is passionate about art in all forms. I attended the N.C. School of the Arts for high school and graduated with a degree in visual arts. I then attended Virginia Commonwealth University and received a B.F.A. in fashion design. I completed my master’s degree in art education at Kennesaw State University. Opportunity has allowed me to teach both art and fashion on a professional level. After a brief stint teaching art in the Peace Corps, Ghana, I returned to the states and had several careers in product design, art instruction, costume design, quilting, fashion design and more recently my fine arts roots. I am mompreneur of five wonderful sons ages 12-19. My daily joy comes from creating new artwork, writing poetry, baking, reading, traveling, coffee and a mean game of Scrabble. It is my intention to be an ambassador for joy! She teaches: visual art, painting & drawing I, fashion design and costume design for theatre tech-V. Kottavei Williams