Some people move from out of town or out of state. Yet, Moses, today's March fashion featured individual, moved from across the sea to New Jersey when he was five. His origins begin in Moscow, where his two Nigerian parents met while receiving a higher education. They moved from Russia to London, where Moses was born. Then, the new family relocated to just outside of Dublin, Ireland. Here, Moses got not only a few years of schooling, but an accent that he would carry when he came to America. When he moved to America, it was quite a different environment. As Moses puts it, it's a place where football is called soccer, and what they call football is a completely different sport.
Originally born in Brooklyn in 1999, James, today's March fashion featured individual, has his early roots back in New York. However, he would be truly shaped into the person he is now thanks to his true home of Matawan, New Jersey. His parents moved into the small town when James was two leaving the urban metropolis that was New York and hoping to give their son a better future and place to grow up. James is grateful that they were right, and Matawan has built up his manhood and discipline. Here, James is able to receive the support and encouragement on an individual scale that sometimes can't be found when there are thousands of other kids to attend to such as in the city.
Unknown to most people, there's a realm of high school oriented choruses available for exceptional singers, and Kayla, today's March fashion featured individual with a hint of green for the recently passed St. Patrick's day, was part of the New Jersey Women's All State Choir where only the cream of the crop are accepted. Kayla immersed herself in an environment where everybody shared the same level of intense love for their art. For three days, she sang with young ladies who couldn't stop singing or talking about their united passion, but as much as it was fun, All State was equally as challenging. Within a weekend, Kayla was required to memorize an entire concert, allowing her to learn new vocal techniques and pushing her to the limit.
We run life one day at a time, one race at time, one second at a time. In track, a fraction of a second determines winners and losers, but today's March fashion featured individual, Charlie, has a countless amount of victories. Growing up, Charlie knew he was fast, but it wasn't until he joined track that he realized just how fast. In his first year, he had already broken the school record in the 400 meter. This was the beginning of a prosperous track career that keeps getting ever more impressive with each meet. Yet, after state titles and some of the quickest times, today's runner, who's rocking some awesome street fashion, comments that there's always room to improve, even if its just by a hair.
As much as we love to create art, it is equally important to appreciate it. Once in a while, it's important to put down our pencils and brushes and observe what came before in order to understand what is still yet to come. Each year during the spring, today's men's vintage fashion and March fashion featured individual, Tyler, would visit the Museum of Modern Art located in Midtown Manhattan with his family and observe the marvelous creations of the past. As an art lover, Tyler understands the statement every piece portrays, and it's hard for him to see such works go underappreciated these days.
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.
As she blended bits of Betty Crocker cake mix with Oreo bits and chocolate chips flying around the kitchen, Ocheze, today's spring apparel and March fashion featured individual, had inadvertently spurred a life long love for baking. Although it didn't come out the way she intended, Ocheze and her other seventh grade friends tasted a new work or art. This would be one of many creations the young chef would soon make. Beginning somewhere, Ocheze first used prepared cake mixes that required very little effort but eventually worked her way up to making things solely from scratch. From then on, her baking repertoire has only been expanding. As a girl who's involved with cheer leading, science, and theatre, this passion would only add to her collection of talents (that by the way, got her into Stanford).
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.