"There will come a day where you feel like an outsider, but always remember that there is a place for you."
America was built and pushed forward by immigrants who bring in a piece of their home country when they settle here. Eventually, their children become a mix of both American and that of their mother country, inheriting both cultures from their family and their environment. Today's March fashion featured individual, Julianna, is a daughter of Argentinian descent whose father was born there. Growing up, her father only ever spoke to her Spanish, and he still does today. In order for his children to grasp their culture beyond the language, Julianna's dad brought the family back to his native home where the kids received a greater understanding of the world their father grew up in.
If you ever need to know what time it is, these three fine young gentlemen have you covered. Their names are Ray, Layton, and Evan, and they're today's March fashion featured individuals who're presenting some classy, classic, and casual men's fashion. Their story goes all the way back to their childhood. These boys originally grew up together living only a few doors down from each other in the same neighborhood. During elementary school, they all had a shared bus stop. Little conversations soon turned into hanging out, and hanging out turned into forming life long relationships. These three boys have stuck together for years, and it's not doubt that they'll stick together in the future too.
Cars have come a long way from their humble begins over a hundred years ago, and since then, these marvelous works of engineering have stirred the love of many people. One of which includes today's March fashion featured individual, Austin, who's grown up learning about cars. If you asked anyone in his school who's in love with cars, they'd automatically say Austin's name. He's very proud of that fact, and he loves automobiles more than you could ever imagine. Austin's passion for cars is one that's transcended his childhood into his teen years. Hopefully, it'll even turn into a career some day.
First we learn to crawl, and then we learn to walk. Once we learn to walk, we learn to run. Some people turn that human instinct of running into a passion including today's March fashion featured individual, Julie. With a mother who ran track during high school and college, it wouldn't but long until Julie's mom would encourage her own children to begin doing so as well. Along with her older brother, Julie has made running into a life long love and is constantly competing all year round. The athlete knows that on the track is were she belongs since it fills her desire of being fit and in shape. It's also given Julia an even stronger connection to her family and comments that she's a perfect puzzle piece to running.
Now we're always talking talking about the pursuit and passion of art whether it be musical or visual, but today's March fashion featured individual, Mark, brings a new form to life: TV production. His curiosity about how shows were made captivated him, and Mark's found love for it has caused him to take the class all four years. Throughout his high school career, Mark's made countless shows, skits, and films that have been a source of prime entertainment for the school. It's not only inspired the students to watch but has inspired the man himself to keep pursuing a career in the production of television and maybe someday movies.
Any family filled with love is a success one, and Kasey, who's today's February fashion featured individual, comes from a family who is just that. Yet along the way, they struggled and faced a battle like many others, a battle of inequality. He remembers when at last his parents were wed and joyously raised clasped hands. It took a whole decade, but finally, Kasey's moms were finally married. Growing up, this young man never saw his folks as anything but usual. As a little kid though, he was known as "he-who-has-two-moms" following Native American day in kindergarten. His five and six year old peers were increasingly curious to his family dynamic, but in reality, they truly were no different because at the heart of it, the relationship of his mothers was just the same love.