Caramente is a beautiful word that has two different kinds of meanings. In one situation it means “sweet faced” and on another hand it means “expensively”. Brianna Prescott, Fashion Designer and CEO, used the name given to her by her Nonno (Grandfather) and started Caramente Clothing at the age of 17 in 2008. She describes the brand as having all different kinds of styles reflecting the many style changes in her own life. Brianna’s goal for Caramente is to make all of their clothing, accessories or anything else in the future beautiful
Brianna the Designer/CEO of Caramente.
Caramente:(Italian) Word that means expensively and or lovely, sweet face.
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On the heels of his latest book which hit shelves yesterday, Tanning Of America, businessman Steve Stoute (who is the branding and marketing genius behind some of the biggest celebs you love) has created a web series for AOL HuffPost where he talks with some of Hip Hop & Pop’s leading tastemakers (like Jay-Z, Pharrell, Lady Gaga) about the interactions of race and business and how both are impacted by pop culture. Watch a clip inside….
Steve Stoute, star of ABC’s “Shark Tank” and the author of The Tanning Of America: How the Culture of Hip-Hop Rewrote the Rules of the New Economy, has made a name for himself in both the music industry and through linking some of music’s biggest stars with high profile endorsement deals and business ventures (e.g Justin Timberlake/McDonald’s, LeBron James/State Farm Insurance) through his Translation Consultation & Brand Imaging company.
Now he is hosting a video series called “The Tanning Effect” with AOL HuffPost Media Group where he talks to superstars like Jay-Z, Pharrell Williams and Lady Gaga about race, business and pop culture. Interesting food for thought…especially for our fab business savvy readers.