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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Highlights from 2019 awards: AAYANNA SMITH performed live for the opening of the show MIA DOLINGER Artivist Award AND receiving a $46,000 award to SCAD presented personally at the show GAVIN DUCKETT The Showstopper Model Award MINA GOLDMAN Tech(KNOW)ledge Award VICTORIA HAGOOD Leadership Award ANJALI CROSBY Craftsmanship Award MARGO LYMAN Excellence Award TALIYAH HOLLOWAY On the Move Junior designer Award LEO HAAS Shining Star Senior designer Award MIA WOOD Fan Favorite Award
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 11-19. 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