Photocred: Alice Woods
Memoirs of Anesha is my personal look-book for self-professed city-slickers like myself (or those secretly wishing to be!).
I entered Toronto’s exclusive fashion scene 5+ years ago and have since established a personal brand featuring what I love to wear, and where I can be found in the city! I’m the busiest woman I know and I love it!
As a child I was raised in the community housing projects located just south of Kensington Market in downtown Toronto. This has attributed to my being a self-professed cityslicker, being within walking distance to any place that mattered over the years. Today, I can easily be found on Bay St., doing a bakery run on St. Clair West (Corso Italia for life!), watching giants on the Toronto Argonauts rush their opposing teammates at the BMO Field, grabbing a drink from a dive in Parkdale, to jetting to fashion shows at the tents. I truly love what Toronto has to offer.
My PR-savvy skill-set, paired with my prior legal education and on-going experience on “Toronto’s Wall Street” – has enabled me to fill roles on a variety of projects that involve many levels of social media and branding – most notably with Canada’s Iconic ‘Wedding Couture Grail’ ™ , a ‘Magazine Collection of Fine Art Weddings’™ – most appropriately named, Dauphine Magazine.
Want to collaborate? Advertise? Drop me a note.
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