Growing up, Danielle Kwateng (pictured), had a connection to magazines focused on lifestyle and entertainment, so it’s no surprise that she’s currently a fashion journalist.
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Now as a professional, Kwateng is the senior editor of fashion website StyleBlazer, reporting on fashion and entertainment news, editing copy from freelancers, promoting copy through social media, and attending shows.
Before StyleBlazer, Kwateng wrote for Glamour Magazine, People StyleWatch, Ebony, and Uptown Magazine.
And throughout her career she has interviewed a number of A-list Hollywood celebrities, including actress Tracee Ellis Ross, celebrity hair stylist Ted Gibson, model Selita Banks, Solange Knowles’ stylist Chuck Amos,singer Miguel, actress Nia Long, rapper Common, filmmaker Spike Lee, and rapper Drake.
Her most-memorable career moment?
”Interviewing civil rights activist and American icon Dorothy Height (pictured at left) not long before she passed. [At the time], she gave her unique perspective on the recent election of President Barack Obama in 2009.”
On what motivates her, Kwateng said, ”Honestly, my desire to continue to diversify the fashion world and opens doors for other women of color; there isn’t enough of us representing in the right way. “
Kwateng holds a B.A. from Howard University and a Post Bachelor’s from Columbia University.
Watch Kwateng at work on StyleBlazer here: