AML Industry, I have had the opportunity to interview some important names in America’s music industry including Diddy and Common. I have also conducted some really high profile interviews in America’s fashion industry including my interviews with Vivienne Westwood, Donna Karan and the late Alexander McQueen (RIP). Nevertheless, my interview with Yetunde Taiwo of ICY PR, for my magazine Ladybrille, has been by far the most exciting interview for me. Peep the cover. Hot, right? Yup! I’m feeling it too. This month, Yetunde Taiwo is our shining star. Yetunde has worked with several AML artists and is currently working with a big name in the industry, as we speak. It was fun working with her for the Ladybrille Woman of the Month feature. Isn’t she hot on this cover you guys? Oops, I already said that. Lol! Her interview publishes this Friday on www.ladybrillemag.com so be sure to check on this positive and talented Nigerian-American sister making things happen and of course if you are vibing with her, get at her.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Yetunde Taiwo, Creative Director of ICY PR & Publicist to the Stars is Ladybrille Woman of the Month, April 2012!
Sacramento, CA (April 11, 2012)— Yetunde Taiwo, Founder & Creative Director of ICY PR, a Public Relations company is Ladybrille Magazine’s ‘Woman of the Month.” The magazine established in 2007 focuses on de-stigmatizing the negative images of Africans in the West by exposing its youthful, urban and explosive fashion and entertainment industries to the Western masses, through its influencers. The Ladybrille ‘Woman of the Month’ is a monthly feature on the online magazine which celebrates women, locally and internationally, for their brilliant contributions to their communities and society at large.
“We do not celebrate the achievements and contributions of remarkable women like Yetunde Taiwo enough,” said Uduak Oduok, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Ladybrille Magazine. “Our popular ‘Ladybrille Woman of the Month’ feature is an attempt to do just that. Ms. Taiwo, for years now, has helped to successfully shape and give a distinct voice to the brands of many in the fashion and entertainment industry; both celebrities and small businesses alike. The celebration for her remarkable achievements is long overdue and we are delighted to turn the spotlight on her and share her story with the world,” added Oduok.
Taiwo’s ICY Public Relations is an international full-service public relations boutique with a focus on corporate, entertainment and fashion PR. The company’s media and network marketing extends to major cities in North America, Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. Taiwo and her team focus on emerging businesses intent on building revenue, while getting national and global publicity. With over 12 years of experience, Taiwo has helped promote products, services and events locally, nationally and internationally, ensuring that her clients get the right message to the right audience at the right time.
“I am truly humbled and honored to be featured as Ladybrille’s Woman of the Month. I have been a fan of Ladybrille Magazine for so long, I feel like a part of the Ladybrille family,” said Taiwo in describing what it felt like to be honored as ‘Woman of the Month.’ “I identify with the many amazing women Ladybrille has featured over the years. I am forever amazed at the exceptional things women are doing throughout the world. To be featured in a publication that highlights our successes, challenges and love for life is certainly humbling. Ladybrille Magazine serves as an inspiration to readers all over the world. I work hard in my daily life to serve as an inspiration to others; being in alignment with the same mission with Ladybrille Magazine is simply gratifying. Thank you for shining a light on my professional growth.”
Taiwo joins the Ladybrille Alumni list of brilliant Women of the Month(s) including Supermodels Iman and Nana Keita, Top Fashion Model & Humanitarian- Gelila Bekele, Project Runway Season 5 Finalist & Fashion Designer Korto Momolu, Founder One Page Business Plan Joanna Riley-Weidenmiller, Former Banker, Philanthropist and Co-Founder of FashionIndie.com – Busie Matsiko-Andan, Author, Singer and Founder Pole Spin Magazine and Shoeholics Magazine – Tinu, Founder Africa Fashion International Dr. Precious Moloi-Motsepe, Former Goldman Sachs Executive & Founder of Africa.com- Teresa Clarke, Fashion Model, Philanthropist, Entrepreneur and wife of Inter Milan and Ghanaian international footballer Sulley Muntari, Menaye Donkor-Muntari, Nollywood Leading Actress Mbong Amata, UK Fashion Designer Bunmi Olaye who has dressed Michelle Obama, Founder of the Non-profit FaceAfrica Saran Kaba Jones and Attorney turned Fashion Designer of the popular Asian brand D-Sata, Currie Lee.
Taiwo’s interview will be published on the magazine’s website at www.ladybrillemag.com this Friday April 13th, 2012.
About Ladybrille Magazine
Founded in 2007 by fashion model, attorney and journalist Uduak Oduok, Ladybrille® Magazine stands as the authority on African fashion and entertainment for the globally conscious style driven American and European woman.
Breaking the mold and trailblazing a path never traveled before, Ladybrille® Magazine is a fusion of WWD, Vogue and ESSENCE with a very distinct African perspective. The magazine has served as a platform for brilliant exclusive and/in-depth interviews for many brilliant personalities, worldwide.The Magazine’s recognition as a pioneer and relevant authority in its niche market has meant media powerhouse like CNN, consulting giant McKinsey and numerous high profile personalities and individuals have sought and/regularly seek it as the authority on all things “Africhic.”
For more info visit www.ladybrillemag.com.
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