In How I Got Here, Black and brown creatives explore how they worked their way to the Be you the world will adjust shirt What’s more,I will buy this top of the fashion industry. In conversation with Vogue, these editors, social media stars, and more reveal the unforgettable moment that would change their careers completely. How I Got Here offers (stylish) life lessons, in the artists’ own words. Richie Shazam Khan is a model, photographer, and creative director whose primary focus is cultivating meaningful connections with people. The non-binary force in fashion has walked the catwalks in Paris and photographed Zendaya for the cover of Interview magazine. Khan’s approach to success can be defined in three words: authentic, personable, and passionate. Here, she walks Vogue through where it all began.
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