Get To Know Lime Crime, Creator, Doe Deere

If you’re interested in beauty, there’s tons of intricate colors available at Lime Crime. Their founder, Doe Deere, was able to take her passion for colors, and sell a million products exclusively, online. She has been able to create a completely vegan line when many people were not on board with the exclusive new base. However, her business risk with the super-foil formula paid off. Today, Tenegram, has acquired the LC cosmetic line as a previously brand product. They were quickly sought after as a merger prospect. Deere says, the deal has been a success. She will now be able to watch her masterful line of eye-shadow and lipstick products travel while being sold around the world.

Meet Doe Deere, Lime Crime, Founder

Doe Deere, has been able to go public with a bold cosmetic blend that was one of the first to experiment with the amazing matte formula. She says, the Lime Crime brand doesn’t contain texture, gloss, or other chemicals. The exclusion of additional by products contained in leading competitor brands, makes her line cruelty-free and completely hypoallergenic. Simply put, the LC blend provokes your natural beauty, and brings out your best features. Decide that your going to take a bold new color approach to your look.

Enrich Your Natural Beauty With Lime Crime

Enjoy exclusive products like the Venus III Collection, that’s only sold online. Their 18-color palette is equipped with a blend for every day or any mood. Her makeup doesn’t require as much as competitor brands to save you extra money. Enjoy other brands like their Apricot Nude, summer collection. As always. LC, continues to promote a cosmetic blend that promotes your natural beauty. For example, enjoy their Extra Poppin Wet Cherry Gloss, to bring out your natural lip lines. You’re invited to visit the Lime Crime, website online for more details on their exhilarating line of eye-shadow and lipstick products.

Academy of Art University Producing New Talent for NYC Fashion Week

The 21st runway showcase was held in September 2017 by the School of Fashion at the Academy of Art University. This show was held at the Skylight Clarkson Square where ten recent graduates showcased seven collections. These were recent BFA and MFA graduates that showed five women’s wear collections and two men’s wear collections and two that were joint collaborations.

New York is known for Fashion Week and where new names in fashion are earned, but the School of Fashion has produced new talent into the fashion industry and fashion week for twenty-one years. One of the reasons the University produces constant talent is the diversity of the designers that can be from the United States or any other country including China. This allows for unique ideas and craftsmanship techniques. The 15 minutes on the runway is what the classes, workshops, internships and hours of labor are what students find worth working toward. The students have the opportunity to show their vision with the world with live streams, the audience filled with top names like Ms. J Alexander from America’s Next Top Model and the Director of Education and Development at CFDA, Sara Kozlowski.

The Academy of Art University is privately owned and was founded in 1929 by Richard S. Stephens under the name the Academy of Advertising Art. The University is located in San Francisco, California and is one of the largest property owners in the city with its many campus buildings and the main campus located on New Montgomery Street.
Stephens the founder of the university was a painter and magazine editor and head of the college until 1951. After this his son Richard A. Stephens took over the school, retiring in 1992 when his daughter Elisa Stephens took the lead. The number of students at the University has continually increased reaching 18,000 by 2012. The school also has athletics teams with the Urban Knights that are members of the Pacific West Conference in the NCAA Division. They have a cross-country men’s team that took second place in the 2014-2015 year and the women’s team took fourth place in the Pacific West Conference Championships.

Some of the Alumni members of the school are familiar names including fashion designer Kara Laricks, actress and singer Raven Symone, and actress Lauren Conrad.