Our official hairstylists, makeup artists, and beauty schools that volunteered for Live Out Loud Charity’s debut in New York for New York Fashion Week. Without them the show would of not went on. Not only did they perfect every model with extravagant hair and makeup but made the process extremely smooth for our very first New York production! A huge thank you goes out to our talented professionals! Thank you for your services and your time.
Dyneisha “Dy” Herbert-Felder
New York Institute of Beauty
Tiara Magazine is proud to present the LIVEstreaming for the Live Out Loud Charity, New York Fashion Week showcase. Watch it from your phone or your computer. The speed of the livestream is dependent on your WIFI connection. Make sure you are somewhere with good-speed internet to enjoy the best quality livestreaming.
The sold out, Live Out Loud Charity fashion show will be held at:
New York Fashion Week
Live Out Loud Charity
Renaissance Event Hall
27-34 21st Street
Long Island City, NY
LIVESTREAM STARTS 5pm LIVESTREAM LINK: HERE ON THIS PAGE
Registration link: https://live-lolc-nyfw.eventbrite.com
Watch Bound by The Crown Fashion Show LIVE.
Register HERE so you can have a reminder sent to your email and be given the direct link! It is absolutely free to register and free to watch the livestream! Watch it from your phone or your computer. The speed of the livestream is dependent on your WIFI connection. Make sure you are somewhere with good-speed internet to enjoy the best quality livestreaming.
The sold out, Bound by The Crown fashion show will be held:
February 13, 2016
New York Fashion Week
Bound by The Crown Show
371 Seventh Avenue
New York, New York
LIVESTREAM STARTS 7pm LIVESTREAM LINK: HERE http://tiaramag.net/2016/01/livestream-link-bound-by-the-crown/
REGISTER TO WATCH LIVE HERE
REGISTER TO WATCH LIVE HERE
How to audition-You must register as a model HERE . After registering as a model/or talent please expect an email a week prior to your audition date. We will send the official model & talent application forms via email a week prior to the audition date. You must print, fill out, and return your model/ talent paperwork to us the day of your audition. Please arrive with a black, form fitting outfit with back heels for ages 12+. If you are auditioning your talent please bring your own equipment. Ages permitted to audition range from 5+.
Currently we are auditioning for two shows.
At this audition you will be considered for the following two events:
1) The Couture Fashion & Talent Showcase produced by Blossom Mentorship from Live Out Loud Charity.
This event is held April 24, 2016 from 4pm to 8:30pm. Chosen talent will perform at this event and a first place winner will be announced.
2) The Royal Ball, 5th Chicago Fashion Show for Live Out Loud Charity a major royal event.
This event is held April 4th, 2016 from 4:30pm-8pm. This is a major fashion event.
Ages 5 and up are allowed to audition for the model and talent show.
If your child is exceptionally outgoing and talented and is under the age of 5 you may bring them to the audition. Be sure to register first.
Sunday, February 28, 2016
We prefer that you arrive 15 minutes early. Please arrive either at 2pm or 4pm
Couture Talent & Fashion Showcase
Location: Tortuga’s Restaurant.
3224 West Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625
Date: April 24th, 2016
Ticket information: Couture Fashion & Talent Showcase TICKETS
THE ROYAL BALL, 5TH CHICAGO FASHION SHOW
for Live Out Loud Charity
Location: Chicago, Illinois.
Date: April 3, 2016
Ticket information: https://the-royal-ball.eventbrite.com
Jennifer Klosinski was chosen as Tiara Magazine’s Brand Ambassador for 2015. She did a tremendous job serving the community around her while promoting her message of self love and beauty in all sizes, ages, heights, and ethnic backgrounds. We are proud to call Jennifer our Ambassador.
Q. Why did you enter the Tiara Magazine Brand Ambassador contest?
A. I had read Tiara Magazine and simply LOVED that it was such a positive magazine that encouraged women (and men) to be the best they can be. Most magazines just want to sell a product; Tiara Magazine is different in that, it truly encourages women of every shape, size, and background to be the best version of themselves. I chose to enter because I wanted to promote that very message.
Q. What does it mean to be the face of Tiara Magazine and how did you represent women everywhere this year as the face of Tiara Magazine?
A. Being the face of Tiara Magazine means not only believing in what the magazine promotes, but actually living and being that brand as an individual. I pride myself on always striving to be the best version of myself. I best represented the magazine’s message by living it and being the face of it. Not only did I spread awareness of the magazine via social media, but I also made several appearances throughout the year supporting and encouraging women everywhere to be the very best version of themselves.
Q. What are some of your favorite appearances you did this year?
A. LOLC Chicago Fashion Show (March), Participating in 3 MBC, Broadway to the Runway Fashion Show, LOLC Fox Lake Fundraiser, Guest on Celebrate Life TV show. I also helped from behind the scenes for many of the casting calls.
Q. Do you plan to enter the Ultimate Tiara Magazine Brand Ambassador and if so what do you plan to accomplish?
A. I would definitely love to enter! For me, it’s all about the message. Being a brand ambassador is not just an opportunity to wear a crown, it’s a chance to promote your platform and show the world why it’s something worth bringing awareness to. I will continue to be a good role model for girls and women everywhere. I want to show the world that women can be and do anything they set their minds to.
Q. What was your message this year?
A. My platform is to end domestic violence by showing women everywhere that no matter what your background is, you can still create a positive future for yourself. You can achieve your dreams! So go, achieve them.
Read Jennifer’s interview in the print publication of Tiara Magazine. Subscribe today!
Who is ready for Live Out Loud Charity’s Couture Talent Showcase?
We will have amazing designers, boutiques, artists, and of course talents!
You may audition for:
-5th Chicago LOLC Fashion Show
-LOLC’s Couture Talent Showcase – Talent & Model castings-
We accept all ages, sizes, and ethnic backgrounds at our family oriented events. Please come join the fun!
Kyle Kurt Fogle
It felt pretty good to win the show. It was a long 6 months of filming. Nothing compared to being crowned prom king in high school but very fulfilling considering the amount of effort I put in to ensure winning. I learned how to be copy and paste so to speak. I watched everyone, studied techniques, practiced daily. The business side of everything is what I needed to learn the most in order to understand the industry as a whole. The show gave me an opportunity to have a spot walking in LAFW for Jow Junior, an international designer. I’ve also modeled for Rose Mandel (Chicago Fashion Foundation), LOLC runway shows, and earning covers and features in Chicago based magazines.
I am a college instructor. I teach human anatomy and exercise physiology courses. I love to ride my motorcycle when the weather is appropriate. Don’t even get me started on food. I love to eat and cook. Weight training is my outlet from the world. My happy place. I got my start with One Source Talent agency. They sent me on this company called Live Out Loud Charity. They were having auditions. Their cause is to stop bullying and prevent suicide. Being bullied in high school and losing multiple classmates from suicide, I knew auditioning for them was right up my alley. From there I was invited to audition for The Model Idea and the rest is history as they say. I support LOLC because they have saved lives. Preventing suicide is one platform that many fear. They take it on full force and show people that could commit suicide how much they are loved and cared about and that everyone has beauty. You can follow my Instagram Underconstructionlabs and my Facebook model page Kyle Kurt Fogle. You can see Kyle in the print publication of Tiara Magazine. SUBSCRIBE HERE.
It felt absolutely amazing to win the show. I was in complete shock. When my names was called everything went silent. I felt like time stood still. When I started the show I never in a million years would of thought I could win the show. As a new model, I was competing against girls who had been in the industry for years; it was very nerve racking.
I have learned alot about myself and the industry just in the past year. I have learned no matter what, you have to love and believe in yourself. You are the only one responsible for your success. If you want something, make it happen. When I came into the industry I had very little self confidence. I was the girl who would walk into a room, find the first chair away from everyone and sit there silently observing everyone. I never was one to start a conversation with someone I did not know. A year later, I will walk into a room with my head held high, carrying myself with confidence and I will talk to anyone and everyone. The change I have seen in myself is surreal.
As a new model, my first fashion show I walked in was for Live Out Loud Charity. I had the honor of closing for Debbie Permoda and Mixxi G Accessories. The experience was amazing. The second fashion show I walked for Jow Junior Handmade Dutch Fashion in LA Fashion week where I met 50 cent and alot of other famous people. Since then I have helped bring LOLC to Michigan and held a bootcamp as well as hosting fashion shows and being booked to teach runway courses. I am the celebrity model, spokesperson and endorser for GRIP On Tools and spokesperson for the Michigan pediatric Hydrcephalus Foundation, Inc. I am the brand ambassador for Debbie Permoda which means she clothes me for all of my events and i get to promote her clothing line. In November I had the honor of being crowned Miss Michigan United Nations 2016 and will be competing for the international title in Jamaica July of 2017. I’m also carry the title of Miss Worldwide Michigan Ambassador for Live Out Loud Charity and Red Carpet Concierge Model Of the Year 2015. I am also former Miss Michigan Captivating 2014 and 2015. This January I was nominated again for Model of the Year 2016 which I am beyond excited about.
Outside of modeling I am kind of a Tom boy. I have showed and trained horses for the past 12 years as well as doing lessons and working with mentally and physically handicap doing therapeutic riding. I also love to sing, play guitar, draw, hunt, fish, play in the mud and work on cars. Believe it or not I paint cars and do mechanical work. I have had alot of crazy pets like a deer, racoon, squirrel, spiders, snakes, goats etc. I love my farm life just as much as I love the fashion life.
I got my start in the modeling industry thanks to Debbie Permoda and Sherrie Gearheart. I did pageantry and had the opportunity to compete for a national title. Long story short, Debbie Permoda had a gown in chicago that I wanted to buy for my national pageant. I ended up in chicago at a model call for Live Out Loud Charity and since then I have been involved in the fashion world.
I was a very shy person, very low self-esteem and always searching for others approval. Live Out Loud Charity made me realize the only approval I need is my own. I have been through alot in my life and have hit some very low spots. Knowing I am of worth and that others count on me, makes me carry myself with more confidence and respect than ever before. Being a part of Live Out Loud Charity is responsible for that. You can see Mikayla in the print publication of Tiara Magazine. SUBSCRIBE HERE.
You can learn more about me on facebook. I have many pages.
Miss Michigan United Nations 2016
Miss Worldwide Michigan
Miss Michigan Captivating 2015
Red Carpet Concierge Model Of the Year 2015