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At See Rose Go our focus is you - true SRG women! Your ambitions, your passions, and what makes you go. We believe in championing your story, beyond the size of the label in your clothing. As we approach NYFW we are focused on seeing and hearing stories from amazing like you, through the lens of street style.
This focus on street style is all about the energy of New York. To capture the essence of New York Fashion Week we chose to collaborate with five strong New York women, share their story and their personal style. We will collaborate with Maddy Jones, Kelly Augustine, Meaghan O’Connor, Maxey Greene and photographer Lydia Hudgens. These five women leaders are changing the game in their industry - their way.
Meet the Women
Kelly Augustine is a born and raised New Yorker who loves to live her life and share her inspiration and experiences with us. She made the transition from a 9-5 corporate life to one as a 24/7 fashion influencer. She shares her fashion journey through personal style with a focus on plus size fashion at KellyAugustine.com.
We are teaming with Kelly for “Her Story Through Street Style, by See Rose Go” because A. She is a strong beautiful women. B. She's making waves as a new model in the fashion industry. C. She has impeccable style inspiring women of all shapes and sizes. D. Because why wouldn’t we - she’s amazing. All the above.
Madeline Jones is known for blazing a fashion trail through a pre-Instagram, pre-blogger, pre-influencer time and currently as the the editor-in-chief of Plus Model Magazine. As the EIC Maddy is a voice for plus size women in the fashion industry, providing a platform pushing the conversation about women and labels forward. Whether the topic is size or age, Maddy is the at the forefront breaking boundaries.
A long time change agent, Maddy is known for straight-talk, business sense and mentorship. Whether launching a modeling career or rebranding a business, Maddy brings her wisdom and experience to create opportunities for all of us.
Maxey Green is one of our earliest friends and supporters of See Rose Go. She was quick to love the brand, offer advice and host SRG events. We’ve come to cheer for each other and we wouldn't do a street style shoot without her! ; )
Maxey has been in the fashion industry for most of her career, making stops along the way as a fit model, stylist, host, art director, and most recently in her many fashion campaigns for brands from Eloquii to American Eagle. She has been an avid and public advocate to drive diversity with plus-size models and a voice in confidence and reaching for your passion!
Meaghan O’Connor is the witty, creative, fashion-obsessed stylist we all want to be our bestie. Her no-nonsense background in corporate finance gives her reliable credit for delivering trusted advice, while her fun loving attitude and creative drive makes her the perfect person to giver our closets some advice as well.
It is her mission as a stylist and blogger to bring the spectrum of women sizes, including plus, together into one space. She is constantly interpreting the runway and showing us how to bring those trends into our everyday lives.
We love Meaghan’s entrepreneurial strength, optimistic attitude and support of her fellow sisters. You can catch up with Meaghan through her blog littlelimedress.com
Lydia Hudgens is one of the most recognizable street style photographers in New York City. Her shooting style is bold, vibrant and is a throwback to film photography. If Street Style is at the pulse of fashion culture, Lydia is right there driving it. She strives to bring inspiring, diverse style and imagery to the forefront. Our collaboration with Lydia is a mutual connection as we both desire to create beautiful Street Style content with strong women wearing plus size.
Maddy, Meaghan, Kelly, Maxey and Lydia are all women who inspire us at See Rose Go. We hope you feel inspired and want to learn more about their ongoing journeys!
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