Fashion defines who you are as a person; it’s also how you could represent yourself. The way you represent yourself to other people can make a big difference in your life. If you really think of it, when you make first impressions on people the first thing they see is your appearance and what you have on.
Fashion can be a lifestyle. It’s more to it than just putting on a piece of clothing or your accessories, it defines creativity, as well as the way it affects different cultures, religions and other groups in the world.
Major Envy is a new clothing line that focuses on creating clothing for everyone’s style.
Anie Jamgochian is an English major here at Cabrini and is also a model for Major Envy.
Jamgochian first got involved with Major Envy when her friend Martell Oliver, who is also the co-founder asked her to get involved and spread the word around about the line, which lead to her becoming one of their models.
“The best thing is being part of a team of wonderful people who appreciate the uniqueness of each individual and celebrate the community we build with others,” Jamgochian said.
Equality represents Major Envy and is one of the biggest inspirations. This line represents diversity for people and shows through their products and the people they reach out towards.
There are no target audiences with the line, Major Envy wants to focus on attracting people that live for their designs, what they represent and not just for the clothing.
Major Envy isn’t just about the clothing. They have a plan in progress called the “Perfection Project” which will take in effect on March 2. The goal on their webpage stated that through art and clothing we challenge ourselves to appreciate people for who they are and the positive energy that they put out into the world.
This project focuses on embracing ourselves, respecting our physical appearance as they are and being comfortable with the skin that we are in and the clothing we decide to wear. As human, we are all beautiful and posses certain qualities of Perfection.
Take a look on Major Envy’s website and Instagram page to see if what they stand for interests you.
“I would definitely recommend this line to Cabrini students because what better way to show we are extraordinary than to support a clothing that celebrates how each individual is in fact extra ordinary,” Jamgochian said.