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Julia Rhoden Designs LLC
Q: Tell us about yourself: Why do you want to work as a Designer? Why are you interested in this career?
A: The decision to become a fashion designer was not a direction I expected my life to go. I’ve always had a strong artistic background and I was thrilled when I discovered a way to put my art into a physical form. My soul is creating and I’ve never felt more alive than when I’m designing my work.
Q: Are there any projects/awards you were proud to be part of? If not yet are there any projects/Awards you hope to be part of/Achieve?
A: I am incredibly proud that this year I was published in an article for 303 Magazine. This was something that I’ve been working towards and it is an achievement which makes me very proud. This year I have had the honor of working with some of Denver’s top photographers, models and stylists. This city is bursting with talent and each photo shoot has been an incredible adventure.
Q: What are your goals as a Designer? How do you see yourself progress in this field?
A: My goals as a designer are to be recognized on an international level. I want my work to be seen walking the runways in the fashion capitols across the world. It’s my goal to have my art experienced by as many people as possible.
Q: What’s your most embarrassing/funny/worst moment while creating/designing/on set?
A: One of the best moments I’ve had was doing a shoot with Robin Fulton and Paige Joelson. I really wanted bunnies bouncing around and Robin made that happen. Going up to a bunny rescue we were able to have bunnies hopping all over the set and it was so much fun. It was happy and relaxed and we had the best time playing with rabbits and creating fashion.