She's Got Drive



She's Got Drive
She's Got Drive
Episode 13: Founder of NY Fashion Week, Fern Mallis says she wears my jewelry almost every day Theresa Wangia and the Power of Sponsorship

In this episode of She’s Got Drive we have Theresa Wangia, jewelry and leather accessories Designer and Founder/Creator of Beltshazzar Jewels. Her works are influenced by her multi-cultural heritage, love of nature and a passionate appreciation for fashion and design. She is recognized as one of the top three RAW Artists Accessory Designers in the city of St Louis and Phoenix Fashion Week Alum. Her collection can be found in St Louis, Chicago, London and Los Angeles. 


In this episode Theresa shares:

  • How her heritage influences her work 
  • her design process and the magic of the accident 
  • the significant importance of travel on her life and in her life
  • the power of writing down your vision 
  • how the founder of NY Fashion Week,Fern Mallis, is one of her biggest fans
  • how she is giving back to her community 
  • Her guiding principles for her life 


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She’s Got Drive is produced by Cassandra Voltolina and music by Blonde. Artwork by Natasha Merrifield 


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