She says Fashion Club Presidents are role models capable of great things.
Destiny Reese, Azusa High School Fashion Club President, just got accepted into FIDM to study Apparel Industry Management. We caught up with her to find out more.
I start at FIDM this summer and will be majoring in Apparel Industry Management. I am looking forward to being around like minded people who adore everything about fashion.
My career goals are to own my own business in the fashion industry and to also explore the world to help others who don’t have opportunities to be who they truly want to be.
Being the Fashion Club President at my school taught me so many skills such as leadership, collaborating with others, and also how to plan events. I’ve always been an independent worker but being in Fashion Club made me realize that more ideas bring better results.
Ever since I was little I began planning how to get to where I want to be. I’ve created my business name and logo as well as taken fashion classes for three years at my high school. Throughout my high school years, I’ve aspired to be like Candice Cuoco because she lets her personality shine through her work—also because I’m a lover of leather.
If I had the opportunity to meet anybody in the world to interview, I would most definitely choose my mother above anyone—just to figure out how she can bare and care so much for her children. She is seriously my hero and my best supporter. My mom has always told me to recognize God in all that I do and to never forget those who have helped pave the way for me to get to my destiny.
My advice to other Fashion Club Presidents is to be confident in your position because even if it doesn’t look like it, you are a role model to others in your club. You are the leader and you will do great things. Don’t give up.