We spoke with the former tattoo artist about her '90s crushes, her Instagram rules, and why the "model-slash-DJ" term needs to die.
Publications such as; Womens Wear Daily “Footwear News”, Teen Vogue.This article uses material from the Wikipedia article Vashtie Kola, that was deleted or is being discussed for deletion, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.Back in the '90s, video girls sported crop tops, diamonds, and cascades of luscious hair. I'll pay you to help out." He taught me how to clean the grips and tubes where the needle goes into the tattoo machine. She was also featured in Nylon Magazine as part of their lineup of "It Girls".In this same year Vashtie interviewed Sean "Diddy" Combs for Supreme Magazine, which was photographed by Terry Richardson, and was included in the Nike Destroyer Campaign alongside notables like Dee & Ricky and Scott Campbell.
This season, it was '90s grunge girls, riot grrls, independent, young, hip, and kind of tough girls. Sofia Coppola—when she and Zoe Cassavetes had that short-lived TV show—Gwen Stefani, Kim Gordon, and Aaliyah. It was through Black Rainbow, the creative agency that's based out of Paris. My family's from Trinidad, but our lineage is a mix of mostly Indian, and my grandfather is African.