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THE BLACK ISSUE

COVER STORY Photographer Emma Canfield & Model Bianca Nolden

CONTRIBUTORS Camille Bailey Sam Breach Shane Devlin Arsenii Gerasymenko Aleksandar Gligoric Tiffany King Tom Turk


SALYSÉ Magazine is a photography magazine, featuring beauty, fashion, and conceptual art editorials. We do not seek to define beauty with one narrow idea, but with myriad viewpoints Vintage is right next to emerging designers, who are right next to established designers. We are looking for creatives who push the envelope, take chances, and disregard the status quo. SALYSÉ Magazine is about sophistication, authenticity, with a touch of eccentricity. ---------FOLLOW https://instagram.com/salysemagazine/ LIKE https://www.facebook.com/salysemagazine SUBSCRIBE http://issuu.com/salysemagazine PURCHASE http://www.magcloud.com ---------Not just a magazine— a movement!

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Letter from the Editor Dear Salysians, Have you ever been in a position where it hurts to laugh? About eight weeks ago, on November 8, 2016 I had an open myomectomy to remove fibroids that had become debilitating. Yes, I did “endure” the election results through the haze of some heavy-duty narcotics. I’m a fairly private person, so sharing this info feels a little awkward, but the more I talked to the women in my network, the more stories I heard of friends, mothers, daughters, aunts, and cousins who had the same condition. I realized I was not alone, and that was very comforting. Women’s health does not need to be whispered about behind closed doors. If I have to be subjected to ED commercials on a regular basis, then why should anyone be afraid to talk about a uterus? So, if by sharing my story, I can encourage one woman reading this letter to schedule that doctor’s appointment they have been putting off, or have that test done that they have been dreading, then it will be worth it. Looking at the surgery in hindsight, I have a few realizations. Do it afraid. Rely on your support system. Don’t rush the recovery. Laugh, even though it hurts. Thank God for Obama Care! Do it afraid. When they mention all the complications, start asking about living wills, and power of attorney, weigh all your options and do what is best for you. Find the best surgeon and do it even if you are afraid! Rely on your support system. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. During my recovery I sometimes didn’t want to ask for help because I didn’t want to inconvenience anyone. Your network is willing to help. You just have to ask. Don’t rush the recovery. There is a reason they give you a timeline before you can return to “normal activities.” You just had your abdomen sliced open, life is not going to be normal for a while. Every time I overdid it, I paid for it the next day. Laugh, even though it hurts. Pretty self-explanatory. I think laughter is the best medicine. Thank God for Obama Care! I’m very thankful to President Barack Obama for caring about affordable healthcare for all. And now back to the fashion. As always, I hope you enjoy your escape. Hugs and Love, Sonya Alyse Lawyer SALYSÉ, Founder and Editor in Chief

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24K Glow Photographer Camille Bailey | Bailey Photo Art Model Joi Day Agency M.V.P. Model Management

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Paper Shaper Photographer Shane Devlin Designer Jean Dara Model Dong Ha Make Up Artist Tran Thuy

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I saw Jean's work in a magazine over a year ago and fell in love with the look of the paper clothes she designs. They have kind of a futuristic look to them, are made from recyclable materials and are very unique in the design so it was love at first site for me! I can imagine a scene in a sci fi movie where everyone is dressed in this style of clothes and would totally believe they were from the future or another planet. I was lucky enough to bump into Jean in person during a photoshoot in Bangkok a few months back and immediately made plans to get a few designs from her to do my own shoot. -Shane Devlin

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Meet Designer Jean Dara What is your inspiration for the Paper Doll concept? I really wanted a Barbie Doll look and was looking around the web for a simple concept that I can do for a Facebook profile photo. I saw a matryoshka doll wrapped in shipping paper and I thought that will be cool to do a paper-wrap type outfit. How did you get started into design? I grew up at my grandmother’s house and she would always salvage clothes, modify them, or altogether create a new piece by piecing 2 or more outfits together. Sometimes I helped, but most of the time I watched in amazement at how she transformed “rags” into outfits.

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Coat: Elena Nikolaevna; Belt: Pieces.


LAYERS Photographer Aleksandar “Alex The Great” Gligoric Models Sara Paspalj Mina Sevo Aleksandra Sijan Jelena Vukelic Agency GREAT Models Management Wardrobe Stylist Tijana Zunic Make Up Artist Vesna Gligoric Hair Stylist Aleksandar Matejic

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Hoodie: Pinko; Blouse H&M; Pants: Benetton.


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Blouse: No Sugar Concept Store; Skirt: XYZ Premium Fashion Store; Shoes: Jessica Simpson.

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Roll-up tee: Benetton; Catsuit: No Sugar Concept Store.


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Jacket: Pinko; T-shirt: Alexander McQueen; Skirt: H&M.

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Skirt: Chic; Blouse: Patrizia Pepe; Jacket: Tijana Zunic.


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Blouse: Benetton; Vest: Chic; Skirt: Imperia.

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MODEL ON LEFT: Blouse: No Sugar Concept Store; Skirt: XYZ Premium Fashion Store; Shoes: Jessica Simpson. MODEL ON RIGHT: Hoodie: Pinko; Blouse: H&M; Pants: Benetton; Sneakers: Zara.


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MODEL ON LEFT: Skirt: No Sugar Fashion Store; Button up Blouse: Chic; Boots: Ego. MODEL ON RIGHT: Skirt: Chic; Blouse: Patrizia Pepe; Jacket: Tijana Zunic.

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Jacket: Mango; Pants: H&M, Shoes: Jessica Simpson.


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Dress and Jacket: Chic; Shoes: C&A; Socks: Lindex.

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MODEL ON LEFT: Button up Blouse: Gestuz; Jacket: Pinko; Skirt: Morgan; Shoes: Reda Milano. MODEL ON RIGHT: Pants: Benetton; Button up: Pinko; Dress: Morgan.


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Skirt: No Sugar Fashion Store; Button up Blouse: Chic; Boots: Ego.

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Uptown Dapper Photographer Sam Breach Stylist Pharoah Brand Fashion Make Up Artist Britta C. w/ Just Glam Models Pharoah Brand Asaba M Kugonza Ike Uzoma Photographer’s Assistant Frédéric Schmidt Location: Z Café & Bar Courtesy of Mehdi Zarekari

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Model: Asaba M Kugonza Blazer & Dress Shirt: Custom Clothier: Chookhare & Son; Pants: Dockers.


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Model: Pharoah Brand Blazer: Tallia Orange: Sweater: Gap; Pants: Dockers.


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Model: Ike Uzoma Jacket: Over Attired Vintage Fashion; Dress Shirt: American Rag Cie; Pants: Levi’s.


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I.DAREYOU. Photographer Tiffany King Models Melissa Angelica Jenna Schafer Make Up Artist Kim Clark Artistry Hair Stylist Beverly Eze Wardrobe Stylist Christy Eastland Wardrobe Leopard Lounge Twice Lucky Resale

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Pearls are A Girl’s Best Friend Photographer Tom Turk Model Melanie Blankenship Hair Stylist Latesha Hughes Make Up Artist Sarah Khan Fashion Stylist Keri Henderson

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Blazer: Express; Necklace: Lanell’s Jewelry Box.


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Oversized Bow: Chez Kevito; Sheer top: Stylist’s Own; Earrings: Stylist’s own; Ring: Traci Lynn Jewelry; Bracelet: Lanell’s Jewelry Box

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Black Bra: Missguided; Jacket: H&M; Lace Pants: Stylist’s Own; Necklaces: Lanell’s Jewelry Box; Pearl Bracelets: Lanell’s Jewelry Box.

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Foundation: BOBBI BROWN + BECCA Under Eye Brightener Corrector + HOURGLASS Powder Mascara: BOBBI BROWN; Lips: TEMPTU 4 brows Estee Lauder.


Magic Trick Photographer Arsenii Gerasymenko Model Marysia Tomashevsky Hair & Make Up Artist Eva Shandar Location Kiev, Ukraine

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Foundation: BOBBI BROWN + BECCA Under Eye Brightener Corrector + HOURGLASS Blush Eyes: YSL + BOBBI BROWN + MAKE UP FOR EVER; Brows – Estee Lauder 4 Lips OCC LIP TAR.


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Foundation: BOBBI BROWN + BECCA Under Eye Brightener Corrector + HOURGLASS Blush Eyes: Chanel + BOBBI BROWN + TEMPTU Brows: Estee Lauder 4 Lips TEMPTU gloss


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Earrings: Forever 21; Ring: Aldo; Foundation: Limelight by Alcone; Skin Prep: Embroylisse Lait-Creme Concentre; Eyes: Kat Von D (Gold); Eyeliner: Makeup Forever, Aqua Black; Lipstick: MAC; Hair: TRESemme Extra Hold Hairspray; Moroccan Oil Luminous Hairspray; Moroccan Oil Frizz Control.


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Foundation: Limelight by Alcone; Skin Prep: Embroylisse Lait-Creme Concentre; Eyeliner: Makeup Forever, Aqua Black; Lipstick: MAC; Hair: TRESemme Extra Hold Hairspray; Moroccan Oil Luminous Hairspray; Moroccan Oil Frizz Control.

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Earrings and Necklace: Forever 21; Foundation: Limelight by Alcone; Skin Prep: Embroylisse Lait-Creme Concentre; Eyes: Kat Von D (Silver); Eyeliner: Makeup Forever, Aqua Black; Lipstick: MAC; Highlighter: Danessa Myricks Enlight; Hair: TRESemme Extra Hold Hairspray; Moroccan Oil Luminous Hairspray; Moroccan Oil Frizz Control.

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Earrings: Forever 21; Foundation: Limelight by Alcone; Skin Prep: Embroylisse Lait-Creme Concentre; Eyes: Kat Von D (Gold); Eyeliner: Makeup Forever, Aqua Black; Lipstick: MAC; Hair: TRESemme Extra Hold Hairspray; Moroccan Oil Luminous Hairspray; Moroccan Oil Frizz Control.


Meet Model Seneca Bryson How did you get started modeling? Tell us about yourself. As a child, people told me I looked like a model. After years of it being suggested that I give modeling a try, I did! I’ve never looked back and am loving every minute.  What do you enjoy the most about modeling? Every modeling job is different! I enjoy the evolving nature of the industry and the uniqueness of each experience.    What do you not enjoy about modeling? Adhering to a strict and healthy diet. It can be a challenge, but it’s a necessity.  What do you do when you are not modeling? I’m almost always listening to a podcast if I’m not doing something that requires my complete attention.  Favorite color? Pastel purple.    Favorite food? Anything toffee, coffee, caramel, or chocolate.   

What designer would you love to model/walk for? Why? My goal is to become a Victoria’s Secret Angel. I hope to model for them in advertisements and walk in their runway shows. Getting to work for Victoria’s Secret would be a career-changer; they help girls enter the upper echelons of the modeling world.    Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? My dream vacation is to go on a snorkeling tour of several reefs around the world. So far, my list includes those in the Maldives, Bali, Belize, and Australia, but I’m sure I will add to it as time goes on.  Your zodiac sign? I’m a Scorpio.    What’s your favorite quote? “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” -Evelyn Beatrice Hall  Last show you binge-watched? “Son’s of Anarchy” and “Grey’s Anatomy”...at the same time.    If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? I know this isn’t possible, but I would teach myself to have a photographic memory. Here’s to hoping, I suppose! Guilty Pleasure? I love getting a massage. Your idea of “happiness”? For me, “happiness” means achieving my goals.

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Meet Photographer Emma Canfield How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I first seriously picked up a camera in my sophomore year of high school, and fell in love with photography. I went on to get my BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, where I studied with Henry Horenstein. After RISD, I worked for Timothy White in his New York and Los Angeles studios. Since then, I’ve been living in New York City, doing as many shoots as possible, and building my editorial/advertising portfolio. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Dedicated, Perfectionist, Driven What do you enjoy the most about photography? Getting lost in capturing beauty & the fleeting moment. What do you not enjoy about photography? The logistics, equipment and minutiae involved in getting ready for a shoot. Favorite color? Currently, it’s forest green. Favorite food/drink? Any form of carbs, especially pasta. What person, living or dead, would you love to photograph? If I had the chance, I would love to photograph Sia – she has had such an elusive visual presence, but has broken through as a major and meaningful musical force, it would be fantastic to get her to open up for the camera. What is your idea of perfect happiness? Finding the perfect balance of work, friends, adventure and relaxation. Your zodiac sign? Gemini Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I’ve heard Iceland is an amazing location to shoot – just ideally perhaps in the summer? – but it would be a working vacation!

What’s your favorite quote? “You’re only as good as your worst image.” What’s your theme song? “Try Not to Breathe” by REM If you had the opportunity to meet any photographer, living or dead, who would it be? Richard Avedon – I’m sure he would had some incredible stories. Favorite movie? I’m an avid consumer of movies so this is a hard one – but an all time favorite for me is Secret Garden (1993) – visually inspiring, especially that house – also anything directed by Terry Gilliam. Favorite actor/actress? Amy Adams – she is good in everything! Favorite superhero? Why? Wolverine – he has something of a tough exterior, but is still a good person. What is your favorite word? Least favorite? My favorite word: “effervescent”; my least favorite: “talent,” because I feel it marginalizes the hard work that people put into their craft. What was the last picture you took with your phone? Since it’s currently Christmas time as I’m writing this, & I live in NYC – I took a picture of an apartment window from street level with the tree in the window – the tree is the only light in the image, and had a lovely glow & warmth to it. If you could have personally witnessed anything, what would you want to have seen? The first space launch from Cape Canaveral. Last book you read? Acceptable Risk by Robin Cook Anything else you want the readers to know about you? Keep up with my work on Instagram @emmazzing

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Tailed Jacket: Atelier Benson; Bodysuit: Vintage (Lola Rizzi).


Meet Make Up Artist Andrea Mazuera How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. My mother was part of the fashion design world. I grew up being part of Fashion, Art and Culture. I remember being 12 yrs old and I had a commercial presentation in school. I used my mother’s Lancome foundation and acted like a makeup artist and presented the product. I’ve always been in love with makeup as far as I can remember. Five years ago I decided to make it a career and not just doing makeup for my friends and myself. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Creative, Compassionate, Affectionate

What product is in your kit that you can not live without? Mascara Favorite food/drink? Food: 3 cheese lasagna Drink: Guava-Margarita What person, living or dead, would you love to work with? I would love to work with Victoria Beckham. I would love to be the Makeup artist for her fashion collection as well as hers. What would you create? I would create a timeless and elegant makeup look that would suit her and her designs perfectly.

What do you enjoy the most about being a MUA? I enjoy many things about being a MUA. When doing makeup for a bride, knowing I was part of her vision and bringing it to life on such a memorable day for her is so exciting. When creating body art or editorial makeup. I LOVE to bring an idea to life, to create the non traditional makeup look on a real life canvas. The reward is priceless, being able to bring an idea and/or sketch to life.

Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? I see myself signed with an agency and having my nonprofit organization (created to uplift women that have gone through any sort of abuse and helping them get back on their feet)

What do you not enjoy about being a MUA? My makeup application, editorial, or body art doesn’t last for ever. They eventually take it off. lol

Your zodiac sign? Aquarius

Other than yourself, favorite make up artist? Why? James Vincent. Where he started and how he created his path through the Makeup artist world and yet always humble. His kindness, generosity and artistry is admirable.

What is your idea of perfect happiness? Being a homeowner, having 2 kids, and being represented by an agency.

What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? Cancer What’s your favorite quote? “What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger.” Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? Tahiti

Favorite color? Purple What’s your theme song? Currently, “Unstoppable” by SIA What make up trend do you love? Dewy skin What make up trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? Excessive Contour What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever given/received? I received cooking appliances, I hate cooking and this person knew that. I still don’t know if it was a joke, but at least my husband loved the pots, because he loves to cook. Lol Favorite movie? I’m a romantic dork and I still Love Titanic Favorite actor/actress? Keanu Reeves, Charlize Theron Last book you read? The Secret Guilty Pleasure? Listening to the Backstreet Boys while cleaning the house and feeling accomplished that I still know the lyrics. Last show you binge-watched? American Horror Story Anything else you want the readers to know about you. I am a trained/licensed animal care and handler. I volunteer with no kill animal shelters. I’m a Cat/Dog lover. My husband and I have rescued and adopted 3 dogs and 2 cats.

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Meet Hair Stylist Destinee Bell How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. Something I’ve always loved was doing hair, when I realized I could see myself doing it as a career I went to cosmetology school. I like being able to express myself through my creativity and what I do. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Kindhearted, Adventurous, and independent Hair Artist or Hair Stylist? Why? I consider myself a hairstylist because I mostly style hair instead of coloring. What do you enjoy the most about being a Hair Stylist? I enjoy the creative aspect of being a hairstylist, it allows me to try out different styles I have always wanted to try. What do you not enjoy about being a Hair Artist/Stylist? The only thing I don’t enjoy is having to be on my feet all day. Other than yourself, favorite hair artist/stylist? Why? There are so many amazing hairstylists out there, I can’t choose one. Favorite color? Blue is my main favorite color, but I also love burgundy, olive green, and light brown. Favorite food/drink? Burritos are my absolute favorite I can eat that everyday! My favorite drink is anything Pina Colada. What is your idea of perfect happiness? My idea of perfect happiness is having a life I won’t need to take a vacation from.

What person, living or dead, would you love to work with? I would work with Ty Hunter, (Beyoncé’s Stylist) What would you do? I would put together a photoshoot with him with his great fashion ideas and my hairstyling expertise and I would get to style Beyonce’s hair. Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? In 5 years I see myself being a successful business owner in the hair industry. Your zodiac sign? Aquarius What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? My zodiac sign says I get along best with Aries, Gemini, Libra, and Sagittarius. What’s your favorite quote? My favorite quote is “Stop beating yourself up. You’re a work in progress, which means you get there a little at a time, not all at once”. Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? Hawaii, and the Bahamas have always been my dream vacation. What’s your theme song? I actually took a buzzfeed quiz before to find out what my theme song would be and I got “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-A-Lot.

What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever given/received? Best gift I ever received was a family yearbook from my Nana. Never received a bad gift. What product is in your kit that you can not live without? Hairspray! Favorite movie? White Chicks Favorite actor/actress? Viola Davis is one of my favorite actresses. What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done? Figuring out what I want to do for the rest of my life. Last book you read? Games Divas Play by Angela BurtMurray Guilty Pleasure? Sleeping late without any interruptions. Last show you binge-watched? Empire Anything else you want the readers to know about you. I am from NYC and travel to any of the 5 boroughs, I am working on getting as much editorial work out there as possible

What hair trend do you love? I love crochet braids, that’s one hairstyle I love to wear myself it gives me so much variety What hair trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? One hair trend I wish would die out is the really really short bangs, It’s good for editorial purposes but not an everyday look

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Meet Cover Model Bianca Nolden How did you get started modeling? Tell us about yourself. I was really inspired by other models like Tyra Banks. I grew up watching America’s Next Top Model, and thought how exciting it would be to be seen as a role model for other girls. I was once that little girl who looked up to other women for inspiration, so why not become a model myself? I knew I always loved dressing up, and from the first time I tried modeling I knew I would love this career, because it just felt natural being in front of the camera. My big sister was interested in modeling also, so we both pushed each other to go after our dreams. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Artistic, Unique, Loving. What do you enjoy the most about modeling? I really enjoy the expressiveness of it, being able to create art with my body. What do you not enjoy about modeling? Figuring out the next pose or expression. Favorite color? I love so many colors, but my favorite color might be Black. Favorite food? My favorite food is anything yummy! And Spicy! I love Spicy food! What designer would you love to model/walk for? Why? I love active wear so I would love to work for Nike! Do a Nike campaign for self confidence and body image. I haven’t done much runway - only back home in Mississippi. I love beautiful gowns and other fashions. But I would love to walk and work with them all! What photographer would you love to shoot with? Why? I would love to work with any photographer who loves creating magical moments, and who is also passionate about their craft! I would love to work with some of the greats in the industry. Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? I see myself having my own art gallery, and having an amazing career in modeling and in the art world. Also, hopefully married by then haha! Your zodiac sign? Capricorn What’s your theme song? Don’t really have one.

Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I would love to go to other countries such as Israel; I’ve also always wanted to visit Egypt. I love to explore, so I think any of these beautiful places would be an amazing vacation. Hawaii sounds nice though, but especially getting to enjoy these places with people I love! What person, living or dead, do you admire the most? Why? I really admire Tyra Banks, because she is a trailblazer for young women. I really admire people who despite all odds against them never give up on what they believe. And also never forget to help others along the way. What’s your favorite quote? I prefer Bible scriptures for motivation, but I really like the saying that anything is possible to those that believe. Favorite superhero? Why? I don’t exactly have a favorite super hero. I love them all! What is your favorite body part? Eyes What do you do when you are not modeling? I work a PT job and I’m also an artist. Favorite movie? Don’t have one… Your idea of “happiness” and/or your idea of “misery”? Happiness is doing the things I love and being successful at them, showing growth in life; misery is being in a place where you feel like you are trapped and stagnating. If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? To play an instrument – well. Guilty Pleasure? Watching success videos of other people and their life journey. Last show you binge-watched? The 100 Last book you read? Destiny by TD Jakes.

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Editorial Calendar for 2017 The Black Issue Volume 3 : Number 1 Submissions due by December 15th, 2016 Issue published January 1st

The Travel Issue Volume 3 : Number 7 Submissions due by June 15, 2017 Issue published July 1st

50 Shades of Red Volume 3 : Number 2 Submissions due by January 15, 2017 Issue published February 1st

The Swimsuit Issue Volume 3 : Number 8 Submissions due by July 15, 2017 Issue published August 1st

The Beauty Issue Volume 3 : Number 3 Submissions due by February 15, 2017 Issue published March 1st

The Men’s Fashion Issue Volume 3 : Number 9 Submissions due by August 15, 2017 Issue published September 1st

Spring Has Sprung (Spring Fashion) Volume 3 : Number 4 Submissions due by March 15, 2017 Issue published April 1st

Avant Garde Fashion Volume 3 : Number 10 Submissions due by September 15, 2017 Issue published October 1st

Lovely in Lace Volume 3 : Number 5 Submissions due by April 15, 2017 Issue published May 1st

The Denim Issue Volume 3 : Number 11 Submissions due by October 15, 2017 Issue published November 1st

PSYCHEDELIC Volume 3 : Number 6 Submissions due by May 15, 2017 Issue published June 1st

Glitz and Glam Volume 3 : Number 12 Submissions due by November 15, 2017 Issue published December 1st

For more information on how to submit editorials, please visit www.salyse.com


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January 2017

COVER STORY Photographer Natasha Hayes Fashion Designer Tanya Jenkins & Model Janaya Collier

COVER STORY Photographer Emma Canfield & Model Bianca Nolden COVER STORY Photographer Yuliya Dorofeeva & Model Masha Suhareva

SALYSÉ Magazine | Vol 3 : No 2 | January 2017  

A Fashion, Beauty, and Conceptual Art Photography Magazine.

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