KariGam Debuts at New York Fashion Week
Black Enterprise Magazine January-March 2019 Issue

What does reality star Jamie Chung, “doll face” model Jessica Stam and musician/fashionista Solange Knowles all have in common? They attended the New York Fashion Week (NYFW) debut of the 2016 spring/summer line from KariGam. The women’s line features elegant, simplistic and high quality looks to complement a woman’s “ready for the world” personality paired with her effortless fashion sense. Karina Gamez, creative director of KariGam, gains her inspiration from world travel and architectural design intermingled with a desire to make women feel like they can break fashion “rules” without compromising their personal style.

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Fashion wasn’t the immediate career path for Venezuelan-born Gamez. Before she studied business administration and fashion design, she worked for her parents’ import/export company learning the ropes of what it takes to manage a successful business. Her intelligence, business acumen and passion for intricate designs have led to the growth of KariGam and its positive reception at NYFW.

The KariGam online boutique launched during NYFW ’16. Visit the boutique at www.karigam.com and view the gallery for KariGam’s SS16 looks.

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Aniesia Williams

Aniesia Williams is an LA-based, yet global senior brand strategist and expert, multimedia journalist, and digital beast. She was recently named as one of Network Journal’s Top 40 Under 40. She brings more than a decade of experience in marketing, new media, and branding. She has provided her expertise to some of the world’s largest brands, including Ford, Samsung, Shell, Lionsgate, and the Clinton Global Initiative. As a journalist, Aniesia also writes extensively about business and luxury travel experiences. Beyond her own media platform, A Global Lifestyle, Aniesia has provided content for top publications, including Business Insider, Black Enterprise, and Ebony Magazine to name a few.

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