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Sydel Curry: A Curry Girl

January 03, 20183005Shares

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I landed in San Francisco at 12:30pm pacific time. I take an Uber to the Peerspace studio I booked in South of Market. If you are from the Bay Area, you know what I only found out upon my arrival, and that is, that SOM might just be the worst area in San Francisco I could have picked. I get inside the studio, only to feel like Aston Kutcher had punked me. The photos online looked a lot better than the space. But the show must go on and thanks to my bomb make-up artist Angelica things begin to look up. Or so I thought...

Text from Chann; Sydel’s manager. Sydel Fell down and scrapped up her hand, she is OK but we are running behind. I think to myself man what else could go wrong. Well apparently a lot. Sydel arrives, we decorated the place with some extra’s we picked up from Target. Only to have the local photographers recommended come unprepared and with bad vibes, so I asked them to leave. Sydel is getting her make up done, and we have no photographer. Lucky for us, we had a make-up artist by the name of Angelica who saved the day. We got a crew of amazing photographers and the shoot was a success and lots of fun. I was so impressed with how unbothered and understanding Sydel was.

Something she said later, during our interview made it all make sense. “I am normal as it gets but I get to experience extraordinary things.”

That’s when it hit me; like the snow ball Beast threw at Belle in Beauty & The Beast. Like the 38-foot 3-point shot Steph...

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Dion Ringgold

Dion Ringgold

Philadelphia native, yes, West Philadelphia, born and raised, to Overbrook High, to La Salle University. Dion, is homegrown and a product of the rich culture that is Philly. Leadership, management and training professional, Dion grew up aspiring to be a cartoonist. Creating original characters and writing stories for them. Art and literature has always been his passion. Dion would write stories and create good characters that would be positive people. Now the founder and Editor in Chief of InClub millennial life and style magazine, Dion is still doing just that. Highlighting character over celebrity, Dion, is still displaying positive people, and sill doing art, but through the art form of style. Dion is also a conference Speaker, visionary, personal stylist and movie enthusiast. Dion considers Blake Mycoskie as his greatest inspiration in business and is a devote Christian.