Panel Teen Vogue Fashion + Media Workshop 

Teen Vogue Fashion + Media Workshop 

Teen Vogue Fashion + Media Workshop.  This was a fashion and media themed interactive virtual experience.  It included leaders, creators, change-makers, and doers from fashion, beauty, wellness, and activism.



Teen Vogue Fashion + Media Workshop

The fashion and media themed interactive virtual experience included leaders, creators, change-makers, and doers.  Teen Vogue Fashion + Media Workshop panel was a whos who of fashion.  The panel included:

Sandrine Charles the founder of Sandrine Charles Consulting, a boutique Public Relations and Consulting Agency.  She is also the co-founder of the Black in Fashion Council. The organization was founded to represent and secure the advancement of Black individuals in the fashion and beauty industry.


Gabi Gregg a body-positive fashion Influencer and designer.  Her mission is to encourage women of all sizes to feel beautiful.  She created a community around rejecting outdated rules and embracing personal style.  As a plus-size pioneer, she introduced body positivity to the mainstream media with features on Good Morning America, The Today Show, and Access Hollywood.
Cami Téllez is the CEO & co-founder of Parade.  Parade is a new community-first underwear brand for women.  As a new underwear brand, Parade,  has sold over 400,000 pairs of underwear since its launch in October 2019.

More Panelist
Shiona Turini is a brand consultant, costume designer, and stylist.  She consults and styles for clients who are the who’s who of fashion and beauty including Christian Dior, ELLE, La Mer, and Kate Spade, and Nike.  Shiona is the costume designer on HBO’s Insecure.  She was recently nominated for a Costume Designer’s Guild Award for her work on Universal Studios’s Queen and Slim.
Lindsay Peoples Wagner is the editor in chief of Teen Vogue.  Peoples Wagner previously spent 5 years as an editor at The Cut and New York Magazine.  While at The Cut, she won the ASME Next award in 2017.  She also wrote the critically-acclaimed “Everywhere and Nowhere: What it’s really like to be black and work in fashion.




 Live Panel Conversations

Industry experts and Teen Vogue editor, Lindsay Peoples Wagner, share tactical insight and advice around the workshop theme.  Lindsay asked some great questions to the panelist.

What do you love or hate when young people reach out to you?  


Breakout Session

I attended the breakout session with Cami TĂ©llez of the brand Parade.  In this guided workshop she spoke about the importance of learning your core customer before launching your brand.  In other words, build a community first.  Cami shared her journey of stepping away from her formal education.  In addition, how it was as young people having to explain to her parents that she felt her life purpose was building Parade and it’s mission.




Actionable Takeaways


Shiona Turini


Workshop information

The Fashion + Media workshop was very informative.  I’ve already connected with some of the people from the breakout session I attended.  It was great spending time with people I have so much respect for.  I know Zoom type workshops can come off weird or offputting.  However, I didn’t get that feeling from this workshop.  Honestly, I felt like I was at an intimate meeting.  I really enjoyed all the panelists and the information each had to offer.  I’m glad I had the opportunity to attend and can’t wait for the next one.

The next workshop will focus on Politics + Culture.  It’ll take place on October 3rd.  After that, there will be a workshop on Beauty + Wellness Workshop on November 7th.  More information on the upcoming workshops can be found here.  In conclusion, I hope to see you on the next #TeenVogueSummit workshop zoom.


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