with Andre Johnson & Sonic Curation by Kyma ((Sonix))
Embrace Your Beauty with Andre J. The importance of loving yourself and living fearlessly for the purpose of personal growth. Connecting to a deeper understanding of self. Embrace Your Beauty will motivate humanity to open their minds and hearts to see past old, restricting beliefs that are holding them back and making room to reclaim your personal power. Living with love, compassion and inner peace creating world peace.
As Within So Without. Your outside world is really an exact reflection of your inner world. Whatever is presented to you in your life is how you feel on the inside. In this workshop we'll do meditation, affirmation mirror technique and close the evening with what I like to call from catwalk to sidewalk. I'll show you how to walk with confidence, grace and poise. Your walk reveals your personality. It's a non verbal communication. Let's be present in the world and aware of what we're feeling, exuding and the way we're walking on this trajectory of love & light.
This is gonna be so much fun.
This is a ALL INCLUSIVE workshop (for every age, gender, gender identity and gender expression)
$35pre | $40 day of
Andre J is the kind of larger-than-life personality that is difficult to contain in an online biography. Whether making history on the cover of Vogue Paris or giving a self-esteem boost to young girls on New York's Lower East Side, it's impossible not to be mesmerized by Andre's infectiously positive outlook on life. A native of New Jersey, Andre J. conquered New York's nightlife and fashion world in red lipstick, cat suits and killer heels. They earned so much notoriety as a party promoter, entertainer, muse and all-around downtown personality that they attracted industry greats such as Patricia Field, Tyra Banks,Joan Rivers, Amy Winehouse,Whitney Houston, Nicola Formichetti and the duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin with their glamorous, genderless personal style.
But it wasn't until Carine Roitfeld featured Andre J. on the cover of Vogue Paris, a moment she told Women's Wear Daily was one of her proudest at the magazine, that Andre became a global phenomenon. The image of Andre vamping it up with Carolyn Murphy, shot by Bruce Weber, instantly became iconic and earned Andre J. a three-page article in The New York Times and television appearances on The Tyra Banks show and the Ford Supermodel of the World contest, which was co-hosted with Supermodel Chanel Iman.
With a reputation as a genderless fashion force spreading love, Andre moved to Europe with aspirations to use their position to effect meaningful change in the world. First stop: Vienna, where they worked with the Life Ball. Next move to Belgium to raise HIV awareness with Designers Against AIDS. Andre J currently divides time between London and New York continuing to appear in magazines such as Vogue Paris, Arena Homme + and Harper's Bazaar China. But through all the front row appearances and high wattage fashion shoots, Andre J prioritizes one thing: "My greatest accomplishment is loving the universe, myself and others. Living my dream based on love,compassion and positive energy. Inspiring all to be true to themselves."