noun || yəNG ˈhefā
Sheila Rashid is a designer based in Chicago. Her clothes have been seen on Chance The Rapper and other prominent celebrities.
TA: What’s your current hustle?
SR: Making clothes for any and everybody.
TA: Has what you’re doing now been a life-long interest?
SR: This has definitely been a life long interest since making tshirts in high school.
TA: Who gave you the most memorable career advice?
SR: The most memorable career advice wasn't advice but motivation. I was told, I wasn't creative right before I decided to dive into my career.
TA: What was your first “big job?”
SR: My first big job was Walgreens as a pharmacy technician, as far as design it was an order for bridesmaid dresses.
TA: Did you ever think you wouldn't make it to this point in your career?
SR: I've always believed I would make it to this point but there are many more points ahead.
TA: If you could tell your younger self one thing about work ethic, what would it be?
SR: Keep going.
TA: What inspires you most?
SR: I'm most inspired by creating my own lane.
TA: What has been the best moment in your career so far?
SR: Best moment in career is seeing my overalls at the MTV Awards worn by Chance the Rapper.
TA: What are you still looking to achieve?
SR: I'm looking to achieve many things such as collab with notable creatives, publications, stylists, clients etc. brand awareness always.
SR: Fashion Designer from Chicago that will continue to make presence known through my designs.
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*Chance The Rapper is photographed in overalls produced by Sheila Rashid