Because YOU are our biggest inspiration, we are sharing one story at a time, Your Stories...
Damaris @DamarisLewis is a model, dancer and actor. She was raised in Brooklyn New York.
"My biggest obstacle growing up was learning how to love myself. Being a model for so long, you learn that success comes from when you change things about yourself. Acting has also been a very healing transition."
Damaris wearing La babouche Green Snake.
Emna @emnitta is a model and a photographer. She grew up in Sidi Bou Said in Tunisia and studies now photography in Barcelona, Spain.
"When I take a picture, I give it all. I spend hours reading poetry, researching, writing, working on the composition... Some people tell me I m just trying to be provocative but I really pour so much of creative thoughts into it."
Emna wearing La Babouche Tame My Leopard in Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia.
Ali Dey Dali
Ali @deydaly is an award winning chef and culinary creative director in NY. Before moving to New-York, Ali worked in Paris for the likes of Haagen Dazs and Le Meurice Hotel.
"To me, nothing beats seeing people experiencing happiness through a shared meal!"
Ali wearing La Babouche For Him Indigo Snake in New York.
Jihene @jmawley , is the first Cambridge educated Tunisian surgeon. She grows up living between Cairo, Sydney and Bahrein. After spending time in New Zealand, she moves to Oxfordshire, England.
"I love landscape and nature photography. I am passionate about wildlife and its conservation. Sometimes I wish I did marine biology instead of medicine."
Jihene wearing La Babouche Bronzy Night in Oxfordshire, England.
Ayaka, @littlemiss_manhattan works in advertising in New York, she has recently relocated from Tokyo, where she grew up.
"I am Chinese/Japanese and have lived in Tokyo most of my life before moving to the US. The work culture in Tokyo can sometimes be uptight.. And even though there is still a long way to go for gender equality, I am proud to say that more and more women have a voice in the work force!"
Ayaka wearing La Babouche Silver Marble in Venice, Italy.
Sherine is a former war correspondent turned Deputy Director of advocacy for Amnesty International. Originally from Egypt, she was raised in London before covering intensively the Middle East. She now lives in New York.
"I do what I do because I truly believe that protecting our human rights is key to living in peace and dignity. I have a vision of the world I want to live in and I’m committed to helping to make that a reality."
Sherine wearing a Habibi "My Love" linen t-shirt in Dubai.
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