All posts by Megan Yasu Davis

Style Sense with Sara “City” Lopez

It is poetic to be inspired to create a fashion genre that celebrates the nooks and crannies of a woman. Sara “City” Lopez, a Toledo spoken word artist/poet, who now lives in Mexico, incorporates her personal style into the clothing line, Curvas, for curvy ladies. What was the “aha moment” that birthed your passion for


Like the perfect recipe, success is based on the richness of the ingredients. Aryanna Foster knows her way around the kitchen and her closet. This aspiring chef can be found on Instagram @myndfuneral, sharing her art and photography in ways that speak to her approach to fashion. Using black and white as a blank canvas,

Style Sense with Tracee Perryman

As a recording artist and the executive director and co-founder of Center of Hope Family Services, Dr. Tracee Perryman is busy. Attending a community event or a forum with local leaders, Tracee knows how to dress for the occasion. How do you decide what to wear each day? I typically decide the night before. I

STYLE SENSE WITH… Chris “Sino” Ellerson

Chris “Sino” Ellerson, has a dream that he is committed to. By dawn, he is clocked into a local automotive factory, working long hours, often with overtime. After his long workday, he spends his evenings and weekends serving many local clients with Details By Sino, his self-started auto detailing business. An idea he set into

Style Sense with Ama Chi

What do you get when you mix prints, lace, denim, bold jewelry, and a free day? A carefree spirit who sees life through a Saturday lens, a “free” day where you can sleep in and wear mismatched clothes. Later, people go out dressed to the nines, with hair and makeup on fleek. Transitions of a

Style Sense: Earlean “Queen Cookie” Belcher

When we think of retirement, we often think of people relaxing, sleeping in, and buying a condo in Florida where it’s always sunny, and the golf course is the desired playground. But for one local retired woman, Earlean “Queen Cookie” Belcher, life is just getting into full swing, with no Alfred Dunner trousers or St.