“I’ve always had a thing for fashion,” she said, “now it’s time to step it up”. Kahdejah Evonne, who is a young entrepreneur has reached back into another one of her passions, fashion. Just at the age of 10, Kahdejah established a thing for sewing, for her mother bought her her first sewing machine. “My mother was a sewing queen, she could literally make ANYTHING, including prom dresses.” Indeed, this is where she got it from. Yet Kahdejah didn’t quite pick up on the sewing as quickly as her mother did, yet the styling and a passion for arts, from her standpoint, fashion is art, the body is a canvas. Evonne even modeled for 3 years in the city of Memphis, taking it seriously, while making a name for herself with her fashion photos, at 18 she received shots from multiple Memphis photographers and walked numerous runways, standing 6’0 tall.
From her artsy talents, to her tall figure, Kahdejah has never lost her passion for her inner focus, making the body like a project of home decor, you put together many patterns and solids, then you have a master piece. That is true indeed, Kahdejah feels that the way you dress is your first impression, and she has decided to leave an everlasting mark on everyone she has come in contact with. If it’s either with her outfit, or her elegant smile or maybe even her hats, stunning outfits, fashion and swag is one her missions.
So what made her call the clothing collection “Elegant Ego?” For years people have put forth that, an Ego is potentially a bad cause, when it’s not. But she wanted a different approach, we all know your ego is what defines you, from when you are a kid, until when you become an adult. The Ego has never been bad, it’s what defines the person, it’s all about the adjective you put in front of it, Kahdejah chose elegance. “My ego is elegant,” she said, “graceful, stylish simple and unique, I don’t want too much, I don’t ask for much, and I don’t do too much, I just stand there and chill it out, yet when I speak, I’m going to make sure you hear me first from what I wear, I really don’t have to say a word when you see me from across the room, that’s a good quote for business personnel,” said Evonne.
If you look at the definition, as well as from a psychological standpoint, why would any human want to kill someone’s ego, it’s potentially killing their self-esteem,” she said, “this time we don’t play by the rules, we’re keeping our egos on the table , and we’re going to do it elegantly.” Now that is swag…she said she plans to do this through her clothing, not just for herself, but everyone around her.
“There is a lot of things out there we don’t like, but it’s nothing to look good, if you look good, everybody will respect before you even speak.”-Kahdejah Evonne Stevens on Elegant Ego
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