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Made by Malyia

This years NYFW was jammed packed with events but one event I couldn't miss is the Essence Street Style Block Party. The official beauty sponsor was Madame CJ Walker and I had the pleasure of partnering with them and I even received a mini makeover session by one of their stylist. 

I love the brand and the products are great. Sold exclusively at Sephora the pastel color coded and modern packaging with labels make an effort to prove the products work for all hair textures.

Check out the pictures I snapped after getting my mane tamed. 

Outfit details

Jewelry-Made by Malyia Jewelry Shop collection HERE 


Pants- Demestik New York Shop HERE

The Stylish Standout Features Made by Malyia Designer on Business, Style, and Overcoming Fear

Made by Malyia

“Made by Malyia is more than a jewelry company—it’s a lifestyle! A brand that brings the consumer on my personal journey of entrepreneurship, faith and inspiration behind creating this brand."...

This is an excerpt from my interview with The Stylish Standout. A site created to empower women who weren't made to fit in, after the founder Michael Jones,  realized the same about himself and his circle of friends.

Check out the full feature, Jewelry designer Malyia McNaughton on Entrepreneurship, Personal Style and How She plans to Expand her Budding Business HERE. "Best Street Style" x Afropunk Feature

Made by Malyia


Every girls dream is to be in Vogue Magazine. The recognition from this iconic staple in the industry can propel your career. I never in a million years imagined I would be featured for "The Best Street Style" on

As I began setting up my table for Afropunk with my nerves at all time high I hear my friend Michelle's voice faintly say "Vogue is here and they want to take a photo of you". The senior fashion writer for Marjon Carlos and Ruben Ramos were at my table and wanted to take a photo of me!  I quickly introduced myself and headed over for the Polaroid shoot. 

I was shocked to discover not only was my photo selected for but they posted my image on Vogue Magazines official Instagram. The picture has since received over 50,000 likes and glowing comments.

My outfit paid tribute to African tribal attire, featured mixed Ankara prints and custom designed converse I embellished with gold studs. I was draped in my jewelry and a Ankara wax print fabric my sister designed into a bandeau. I'm wearing the Shavon midi skirt by Reuben Reuel of Demestiks New York. He has designed for Beyonce! Visit Demestiks New York HERE. My PR Manager/Digital strategist Sherod Lewis executed this designer collaboration and I couldn't be happier.

Dreams do come true no matter how far away they may seem! Dream big jewels and gems!

Thank you to the entire team and photographer Benjamin Rasmussen.

I wanted to share behind the scenes photos of this fairy tale once in a lifetime moment. See the full story here

Wearing Made by Malyia "Empire" bar necklaces , and"Venus" body chain

Wearing Made by Malyia "Empire" bar necklaces , and"Venus" body chain

 Photographer-Benjamin Rasmussen

 Photographer-Benjamin Rasmussen

PR manager and digital strategist -Sherod Lewis

PR manager and digital strategist -Sherod Lewis