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A Go-See is simply an appointment arranged by the model or actor/actress, or creative i.e. wardrobe stylist, hair or make up artist (or by the agency or agent). It is an opportunity for the model or actor/actress or creative to interview with clients such as magazine editors, art directors, casting directors, catalogue houses, and the people who make TV commercials and movies.
At the go see you will show you book (portfolio) and see if you are a good fit for the client or agency. Remember they are interested in your work as well as your personality, so leave your diva attitude at the door.
Photography: TQ Photo
Hair: Shawna Parvin
Make Up: Clarissa Luna
The 60’s tend was big for spring. To add this look into your wardrobe you wan to start small. A little goes a long way with this trend, and though it’s fun for a photoshoot too much mod may make you look like you’re wearing a costume. Try starting with some graphic shapes like poke-a-dots or some bold colors.
EndlessBeauty.com: How do you define success?
Brandy Joy: Success is all relative to the space you are in at the moment. Your level of success will be in constant influx as you climb your career and spiritual ladders. Therefore, it’s important to embrace your current successes while you strive for greater. As long as you’re on the path of pursuing your personal passions, I believe you are successful.
EB.com: What was the turning point that led to your success?
BJ: There have been many turning points in my success and I hope there are many more to come. However,the most impactful turning point was at age 23, when I embraced my individuality, took a vow to positive thinking, and followed my passion no matter how daunting or impossible the path seemed. When I finally submitted to my calling, I feel the universe came together to help me succeed on my journey to become a wardrobe stylist and fashion contributor.
EB.com: What/who is your inspiration to succeed?
BJ: There have been several people in my life that who have inspired me, each for different reasons. My grandparents, my uncle, mom, and my high school leadership teacher are all great entrepreneurs and leaders that have set the tone for my ambitions. They taught me that with hard work, dedication, good character and positive energy, your goals will materialize.Read More Here at: EndlessBeauty.com
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Dressing for the summer can get a bit boring. When heavy layers aren’t an option, you have to get creative to make an impact with fewer items. Here are some key pieces that will give your summer look a polished finish.
Headwear: This season, the Panama hat and updated fedora are both great accessories for your summer look. If hats aren’t your thing, try tying a silk scarf in your hair as a chic turban. Nothing could be more fashion fresh.
Light layers: Jackets and cardigans are out, but you can still layer by pairing colorful and printed bandeaus under your deep v-neck shirts or tanks. When you need a more conservative option, choose a blazer that is lightweight in fabric. Cuff and roll up the sleeves to layer over a tank top or blouse.
The August issue is now on stands, with Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis on the cover. I was lucky enough to get to work on the feature of Grammy award winning artist (Best New Artist) Ms. Esperanza Spalding. Amazingly talented and stylish, and I think is was the smoothest shoot I’ve ever worked on. So thankful for the opportunity and it was a pleasure working with everyone on the team.
Photographer: Candice Lawler
Make Up: Clarissa Luna
Hair: Bianca Castillo of Jackson Ruiz
Fittings/ Styling: Me!
Photographer: Tania Quintanilla
Wardrobe: Me (Brandy Joy Smith)
Hair and Make Up: Susie Gray Uphues
Model: Diana Carl
The Campbell Agency