A’Legends eyes brand ambassador
US-based fashionista A’Legends is stitching her thoughts on being a brand ambassador. She is already sharpening her scissors to cut through, what she considers to be, any hurdles she might encounter.
“Call me ambitious and determined. If that is what it takes to make it in life, A’Legends will just have to wear the label just like my brand.”
“This is a competitive world and I don’t want to get stuck in just being a fashion designer. There are so many other doors to open”.
Since the start of 2023, the Philadelphia star has been looking at a number of avenues to strut.
“I am hungry to show the entire world my versatility, one of which is being a Brand Ambassador. I admire Jamaicans Usain Bolt, brand ambassador for Puma; Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce inking deals with Grace Kennedy, Nike, and Digicel; Rihanna, the first black ambassador for Dior, and Michael Jordan for Nike and Gatorade.”
“At this moment, I am already a brand ambassador for my own products and I am getting a fair share of publicity because people are wearing my A’Legends brand and keep talking about it.”
“If I weren’t a good ambassador for my brand so many people would not be supportive such as record producer/artiste Delly Ranks, the first person to wear my brand, and international artist Vershon who wears my brand in his music video, “The truth.”
“I have been reading a lot these days and would love to be a brand ambassador for such a company as Grace Kennedy, a legacy internationally known.”
A’Legends is counting the days as she prepares for the Caribbean Music Awards show, to be held at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York, on August 31st, 2023. It will be hosted by Wyclef Jean.
(Photo contributed by Jenelle Alexia)