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Studio 6th Sense // Eternal Submission: Fall 2013 Campaign

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Check out fashion’s bright future in Studio 6th Sense: Fall 2013 Campaign – Eternal Submission. Eternal Submission is exactly what the fashion world needs, a breath of fresh air. Its edgy and daring flavor with every bit of class, is as perfect as the thought of a “perfect day”. Studio 6th Sense is a exciting brand that is sure to be here for years to come.

I hope all of you Hellofalifers enjoy Eternal Submission…..

Fresh off the runways of NOLCHA Fashion Week in NYC, Studio 6th Sense’s founder Stephen Goudeau did a interview with us over here at Myhellofalife.com.

Designer Name: Stephen Goudeau

Label Name: Studio 6th Sense

Website: www.the6.me

Origin: Louisiana, USA

Q&A with Mr.Goudeau

> When did you realize that you had a eye for fashion?

> Not exactly sure the time and date, but Ive always considered fashion as ART. I was always creative growing up, and I found myself with an imagination unlike the normal adolescence. I Started writing creative functional stories that included drawings at about 9 yrs old. soon thereafter I found my self drawing full clothing sketches and critiquing what people around me and even on TV were wearing. It turned into others around me noticing my talent and seeking fashion advice from me. So for the record, I’ve always had an interest in fashion but really found myself in fashion design around the year 1999.

> How did your family feel when you expressed your love for fashion? Dream Killer or Support Team

> Of course everyone’s family thinks they know what is best for us at times. My parents were not initially supportive until they realized how passionate I was about fashion. I absolutely love my parents to the fullest and I would do anything for them, but now I feel like Im the one who is able to support my family and I respect them to the fullest for wanting what’s best for me. The best advice I can give is that “no one knows what’s best for you than But you”. Follow your own path despite what others may say.

> Was there ever been a time where men’s fashion sparked your interest more than womens?

> As much as I want to jump into men’s fashion, God hasn’t called me there as of yet. Our steps are definitely in order and the direction God is taking us in will eventually lead to other genres. I absolutely want to start a men’s apparel but not just yet. However when the time is right, I assure you it’ll be EPIC. All I can say is stay tuned !!!

> What’s the imprint that you wish to leave on the fashion world?

> My imprint is to build an Empire to the brand. I want Studio 6th Sense to be more than just a fashion house. I want the 6th to make a mark in the industry for the Socialites. I definitely want to touch other areas but fashion is my number 1 priority.

> WHat’s your favorite men’s designer?

> Thats a tough question, especially With all this talent in the world. I have to turn to different designers for different looks. Or even for mix and match trends. I would have to say Ralph Lauren is one of my faves for his classic looks. Burberry would be for the City looks. Versace for the goutiness, and finally DSquared for overall trendiness. Like I said that’s a tough question. Lol.

> If you could only do one design for a dress , who would it be for? Beyonce or Michelle Obama

> You really going to do this to me? I would have to say 1st Lady Michelle, hands down. Beyonce is a dream but to have a 1st Lady in a dress I designed would be bigger than history. I’m sure Beyonce would be in agreement with me. Don’t u think?

> What was the thought process for Eternal Submission?

> My thought process for eternal submission was basically an everyday life theme. I take what’s going on around me or in my life and tell stories using those facts. Of course I like to make it more creative and dramatic than it really is. It makes me feel that my clients are thinking” what is he thinking” and then at the end of it all its like WOW this is actually me? So I like to touch my clients, get their approval on what suits them. The whole fashion industry is about art and if you can’t tell a story and be true as an artist, then you’re being a fraud to your clients.

> What’s next for the brand?

> Next for my brand I see a variety of different ventures. We are currently touching a few celebrities as well as looking into expanding the brand to the next level of Stephen Goudeau. Just wait.

> If you could plan your Last Supper, who would be the five people that you would invite (dead or alive)? And what would you eat for your last meal?

> Well Jesus had 12 so I think it’s only right I should also. Lol…. I would serve southern down home Louisiana cooking. I think everyone at my table could appreciate that. 😉

1 The Carter’s and Blue Ivy does the family count as 1? Lol
2. Kanye west
3. Obamas
4. Oprah
5. Karl Largerfeld

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“LIVE FAST DIE FLY” Nick Reed is not the typical New Orleans native. Even with an B.A. in Journalism and Creative Writing from Xavier University, it has been said that he was always different. Through fashion and creative writing Nick has always found a way to express himself. He is the owner of So Authentic promotional group and was a former Editor-in chief of the Xavier Herald. Over the past few years he and partner Yoey Yo have developed My HELL OF A LIFE and GFC clothing brand in hopes to change the world. Their main goal is to just make the world a little more fresh.

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  2. Keep your “EYE” on the 6th

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