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Meet Tylah “The Queen Of Fashion” Mack of L D by: Tylah (The Queen Of Fashion’s Closet)

Today we’d like to introduce you to Tylah “The Queen Of Fashion” Mack.

Tylah “The Queen Of Fashion”, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I started making clothes when I was ten years old. Being that I received so many compliments on the little things I was doing like alterations, I decided to pursue it full time. Not knowing where it would lead me in life, I never gave up, I never switched up, I always kept it going! Of course there were people who weren’t supportive but at the end of the day, you can’t let one person or ten people affect how you feel about your life or career. Where there are ten non supporters, there are 100 more people you do not even know that will support just because of the quality of your work, your customer service & because it’s you! The haters are the ones that are going to keep your name going, remember that!

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
It has been very interesting to say the least. All of the obstacles I endured made me the person I am today. I have been through people stealing my ideas, using me to get to my connections in the industry then leaving me out to dry and more. I had to step back and realize that nobody can really ‘steal’ anything from me unless I allow it, and they definitely can not recreate my designs no matter how hard they try to imitate it. Flattering it is actually, to watch someone try to surpass me using ideas I created. I had to learn the hard way about “friends” as well because they are the ones who will use you to get to where they want to be in life like you are their stairs. Comical it is.

Please tell us about L D by: Tylah (The Queen Of Fashion’s Closet).
My business is Fashion Design, I make the clothes, do the alterations, style. Whatever you need in the fashion industry, I am able to deliver. Most know me for my Designs, however, I would like to classify myself as a renaissance woman being that I have a decent amount of experience in different fields. Such as managing, modeling and more. I am most proud of my talent, being able to help others feel beautiful for their events, big days, or just because they want to look amazing is truly what most people lack in with satisfying customers. Love is what sets me apart from other designers because most people do it to get fame or just money but when you actually love what you are doing you get more customers, you deliver guaranteed satisfaction in the most genuine way and it is reciprocated. When people see that you are happy to work with them, they are highly likely to come back to you or recommend people to you.

Do you look back particularly fondly on any memories from childhood?
L.O.L. My favorite memory from my childhood is when I learned how to braid at the age of three. My mom had just delivered my sister so we have a crying baby in the house at this point. I knew I couldn’t play with her because she was so young so I took one of my mom’s wigs and started playing with that. At the time my mom was in the kitchen cooking dinner so while the baby was napping, I was watching 106 & park, and I saw AJ with what I thought at the time was braids in his hair (I learned later in life that is was dreads) so I wanted to learn how to do it. Plus, my mom was doing other people’s hair too and I would always watch her braid. I had the wig, I started braiding and most first-timers understand that the braids would look like a twist or would just fall apart. I knew I was getting frustrated because I remember crying. When I got it. I screamed “MOMMY, I DID IT LOOK!” so she looked and she said “No Tylah, almo-” then she looked closely and said “OH MY GOD, MY BABY CAN BRAID!” she was really excited. She asked me to do it again but looking back on it, it was just me, my mom and little sister in the house, was she asking to make sure I actually did it? Who else was going to do the braid mom?! L.O.L. That is literally a memory I cannot forget!

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