How to create a Lavish Blue Door boutique
LOVELAND, Texas — A few years ago, I was a writer at a big-name print and online publication.
I had the opportunity to work with some of the industry’s most celebrated creatives and producers to help develop a small, exclusive boutique that focused on the most talented and sought-after women in the industry.
I’m a writer who loves to think outside the box.
I love to create and build things.
But, in my heart of hearts, I’m not interested in writing a book about myself.
Instead, I’d rather create something that has a purpose, a story, and I believe it can be a platform to help women find success in the entertainment, business and media industries.
In the late 90s and early 2000s, I began to explore new opportunities that would help my career, my family and my business thrive.
My experience at The Blue Door showcased how the industry had changed, and how the creative world had moved on from the 1980s.
It inspired me to start a small boutique that was dedicated to providing exceptional experiences for female creatives.
It was a challenge to create something as different as Blue Door but as accessible to a diverse audience.
As I began exploring, I found myself in a world of great talent and a new set of opportunities.
So I took a leap of faith.
I was willing to give it a shot, but I also knew it was important that the experience would have a purpose.
I wanted to make sure it was going to be an incredible experience for women and I wanted it to be a place where they could thrive and learn.
Weeks later, Blue Door was born.
It was my dream to create an opportunity that could change the world for women in our industry and empower women in general.
I took the leap of confidence and started writing Blue Door.
I knew this was the kind of opportunity that would make a difference in the world.
And it has.
Women who work in the film and television industry now account for more than a third of all film and TV jobs.
This is a great opportunity for women to thrive in a dynamic field, and it is also a great platform to showcase their talent and experience.
The Blue Door concept began with the vision to empower and inspire women who are currently struggling to achieve their dreams.
Through the experience of working with talented and talented women in Hollywood and in the creative community, we have seen incredible progress in women’s representation in Hollywood.
It has been the most important step in our quest to create more equal opportunities for all women in America.
Today, there are more than 20,000 female-owned and operated studios in Hollywood, with more than 1,000 studios producing movies and TV shows.
The industry has made tremendous strides in hiring women and is on track to reach the goal of equal representation of women by 2020.
Through Blue Door, I am proud to share my personal journey as a woman in Hollywood as part of my mission to make this industry a place that women can thrive, be confident and thrive.
I believe in the power of the creative, and of the community, to create positive change.
We can all use that power to change the landscape for all of us.
Blue Door has been a tremendous success and continues to grow.
With the success of Blue Door and our new venture, I have been inspired to expand our focus beyond the industry to the wider world.
Through my business, I want to inspire more women and girls to pursue their dreams, to have the best careers, and to be the best versions of themselves.