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Fierce Female: Oprah's Fashion Designer Kelly NG

Kelly NG is a Toronto-based couture designer that has been ranked 1st Designer of the World in Fashion, Apparel and Garment Design by DAC. She has been featured in Vogue, People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and much more. The Kelly NG couture brand has dressed celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey, Ellen Wong, Giuliana Rancic, and Meg Donnelly.

To start our Fierce Female series just in time for Women’s History Month, we chatted with Kelly and to learn more about her journey becoming a new celebrity’s favorite fashion house.

5 Signs of Abuse To Look For

One in four women aged 18 and older in the U.S. have been the victim of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime. Emotional abuse, a covert form of domestic violence, is even more rampant and corrodes self-esteem, self-worth, and independence. Domestic abuse occurs everywhere, regardless of age, race, education, or income. It can happen to anyone, and it’s important to be aware of the signs.

Become an Entrepreneur at Any Stage of Your Career

Many of us dream of owning our own business and of the freedom that might entail. No matter what stage of your career you’re in, it’s never too late if you’re willing to make a serious commitment and can afford potential financial instability for the first few years of owning your own business, it’s never truly too late. Before you make the leap, consider the following tips:

Officer Reunited With Miracle Girl After 24 Years

In 1993, the day before Thanksgiving, officer Harry Belcher responded to a house fire in Wentzville, MO. When they realized there was a 4-year-old girl still trapped inside the house, they entered through the window and was able to rescue her.

While in the hospital, the doctors told Kanisha Anthony’s family she would be in a vegetative state because her head-to-toe third degree burns were too severe.

LA Fashion Week Crushed Diversity

One of the best things I get to do as a fashion and beauty addict is covering creative and social events that reflect the heart of a city. LA Fashion Week did exactly that by not only embracing diversity, but epitomizes it. 

Watching on the sidelines, I enjoyed seeing models from different ethnic backgrounds and of various sizes along with senior and transgender models. As a matter of fact, more than half of the models who walked were of diverse backgrounds. This is higher than NY Fashion Week's thirty percent last year, granted NY Fashion Week is a much larger event.