1. What was your favorite part of the Allure Collection shoot?
I loved the whole experience from start to finish. It was my first time shooting e-commerce and I was very pleased with my hair & make up so it gave me the extra confidence I needed on set. Maddy & Lucus were very helpful with giving me direction on poses & facial expressions. I loved working with Naimah, she is experienced and very professional. The stylist Janette & Qristyl were awesome with getting me dressed and ready for set and the designs looked awesome!
2. What led you to work for QFD and what was your overall experience with Qristyl, Maddy, Jeanette and the whole team?
A model friend of mine sent me the casting info that Qristyl had posted on Facebook. I was always a fan of her work and familiar with her previous work with model Christina Mendez. At the time, I had just done my 1st test shoot with Stanley Desbas so I took a chance and sent her some of my unedited photos. I’m so glad I did because next thing I know I recieved an email from Qristyl asking to meet in person and the rest is history. I enjoyed every minute of it, it was an awesome experience, the highlight of my modeling career thus far. I am so glad that I was able to make her proud, I want this collection to sell when the customers see me in the designs and I hope to continue to work with Qristyl on future collections.
3. Which design was your absolute favorite?
My favorite design was the tan leopard print peek shoulder blouse with gold belt and tan skirt. I have already recieved so many comments about that outfit on social media after posting the behind the scenes pictures.
4. What do you feel readers and QFD loyalists will be most impressed with?
The Allure collection has designs for every occasion, it’s very well rounded and versatile. From work attire, date night, church or a fancy event the Allure collection will have you covered and looking gorgeous,and the prints are fabulous! Great Fabrics, Animal Prints & Leather done tastefully and classy…I love, love, love.
5. What do you feel Qristyl Frazier and QFD are doing that is different and unique to the industry?
The fact that Qristyl used me (a new model) as the only model for her e-commerce, she was not only taking a chance on me but I am a size 16/18 and most e-comm models are usually on the smaller side of plus (12/14). So it is going to be a unique shopping experience for the customer to see the clothes on a fuller model and I think it will give women who are fuller a realistic visual of how the designs will look & fit on them as well. For that, I think she is on to something great with…also with using new faces for the collection & campaign it will attract more attention to her brand.