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Recognizing AllStar JR’s Importance For Detroit’s Summer

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Throughout the hottest season, AllStar JR has been on fire. Whether it’s through his steady string of releases , or through hosting some of the most fire The Dorm segments in 4ShoMag history, he’s left a sizeable impact on both the season and the city. For that reason, we believe he’s had one of the biggest impact’s on the city’s relevancy. And that’s why we’re making clear his impact on the summer.

Keep up with everything he’s done this summer here:

 

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California Jeweler, Tim Da Jeweler Breaking Ground With Diamond Set Hats

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Bay Area Jewelry designer Tim Da Jeweler has announced new groundbreaking work on his line of micro pave hand set diamond encrusted fitted hats designed exclusively in his new luxury showroom in Concord, CA. 

After spending time in the insurance industry for several years trying to find his calling, Tim Da Jeweler began to sell simple jewelry at an economic rate online to build his business until he was able to quit his insurance gig. From there Tim was able to open his own shop and his business has continued to grow ever since. 

“I bought some square earrings off of eBay and I thought about how I could easily sell and make them myself. I started off making square earrings that was the popular style at the time and I was doubling and tripling my money. I was making five times more than I was at the insurance company, so I quit the insurance business to do what I love and I started TSV Jewelers.”

After establishing TSV jewelers as a place where people can buy economical jewelry for less than a few hundred dollars, online Tim Da Jeweler established TDJ to provide the  Bay Area community with high end custom pendants, earrings, rings and more. 

“I wanted to be able to cater to all markets. ” Tim Da Jeweler explained. “Starting off my customers need to have a design or I can make the design for a small deposit. I can always spice up someone’s design, but once they approve the design we give them a 3D rendering of the work we are ready to produce.”

Recalling some of his favorite pieces Tim Da Jeweler explained that he always looks for ways to upgrade and augment the look of his customer’s design. 

“One time I worked with a client on this pirate piece that says West Pittsburg and it was rose and white gold. We just vibed out when we were just adding details here and there it and it just came out to be a masterpiece. It’s not too crazy but everything just fits and we really worked together to make it perfect,” he said.

Seeking to educate his customers as well, Tim Da Jeweler often speaks to his customers about the limited resell value of diamond encrusted pieces. By educating his customers on the jewelry, Tim Da Jeweler hopes to create a space where everyone can get what they are looking for within their budget. 

“It’s expensive to remove diamonds out of the jewelry and it takes time ” Tim Da Jeweler said. “Many  people think their is a resell market for custom jewelry but in reality their isn’t it takes a lot of work to get the diamonds out so you’re really only going to get 20-25% of your money if that after you melt the gold and remove the diamonds out. That’s why we want to make sure they are happy with every piece so they would never want to melt it down.”

Now fully equipped with a showroom, Tim Da Jeweler can give all of his clients the celebrity treatment no matter their background. 

“I just opened up a showroom where customers can come in and we can consult and we set up private appointments so we can just talk and brainstorm ideas. I offer promotional packages where we can have a videographer and photographer come in and it’s kind of a luxury feel and celebrity treatment for the everyday customer, you don’t have to be a celebrity to get the star treatment.

Reach out to him at sales@timdajeweler.com for more information.

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Black Owned Streetwear Line: Ledjendary Debuts New Drop “Gray Collection”

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The Dallas-based company, Ledjendary, has dropped its latest collection from their streetwear brand. Ledjendary expresses the attitude of a bold and fearless generation by combining artistry, music, and streetwear that reflects a commitment to manifesting one’s destiny. The founder, Larry Gray, states, “Ledjendary was derived thoughtfully. Imagine the clothing as pieces of art rather than simple apparel. I was inspired by my predecessors SAMO, Banksy, and Warhol to find a canvas that could be taken anywhere. I choose fashion to serve as this canvas.”

About the Gray Collection

The Gray collection is inspired by street art and pop culture fusion. The collection has designs influenced by famous faces like Nipsey Hussle, current events, and art composition. The first drop is the “Paradise Lost Hoodie and T-Shirt.” The hoodie comes in navy.

Price Range: $28 – $45

Material: 50% cotton, 25% soft cotton and 35% rayon.

To purchase click here: https://ledjendary.com/collections/gray-collection

Follow Ledjendary on social media here: https://www.instagram.com/ledjendary/

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Kimmora Marose Is Ready To Rise Above!

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Bougie K, aka Kimmora Marose, is one of the most popular models on and off social media today. As a 90’s baby, she has always been someone who wanted to shine; the New Jersey resident got her start during a shoot for an old friend’s mixtape cover. The photographer was so impressed by her frame and look that he told her to give it a go. After a few teaser shots, the photographer told her it was time to take it more seriously. Then in 2012, she realized it was time to take it seriously. Within a year, she was asked to be Ms. Page 6 in The Trentonian. She has been popping ever since!

Inspired by Kimmora Lee Simmons and Tyra Banks, Bougie K followed the blueprint. She appreciated how they moved in business and front of the cameras. Their brands were impactful and gave identity to so many young women. Kimmora Marose looks to people like Lola Monroe as someone who has also shifted the culture for models.

In the next couple of years, she’s looking forward to becoming the CEO of her own modeling agency. Her eyes are on more placements in some of our favorite magazines. Then maybe one day, she hopes to be on some of the covers. Motherhood has pushed Kimmora to work towards more.

Check out her social media, and look forward to her work this year in 2021!

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