Bisoux: Behind The Scenes Photo Shoot With Flo Keyanna For Her Single “No Holding Back”

Last Wednesday we were invited to provide jewelry for a photo shoot for a new pop artist Flo Keyanna.  Flo wanted to do some promotional work for her single “No Holding Back,” which will be released June 3rd so stay tuned. My friend and professional Make-Up Artisit (MUA) Lakisha Evans of Glorified Faces put together a team for the project.  The shoot was done at Pixtions Photography studio with photographer Tyrone Love.  Juan Ortiz, of Redd Pen Media, was the videographer catching all the behind the scenes filming of the shoot.  Hair was hooked up by Alexis; also a member of Glorified Faces. Clothing, and feathered glove in the last look, provided by stylist Lael, who also has her own clothing line called Lael By Lael Marshall, whose collection was featured on the Lisa Raye Show last week. 

Everyone I worked with was so cool. It’s amazing how people from different creative fields can come together and work to provide one vision.  We’ve been lucky to have worked with various fashion designers/stylist/photographers/whatever in the past and never had drama on the set.  It makes it easier to flow when everyone is about the finished product and not on their own agenda…


In the first picture I wore a Fish Ear Cuff I made and thrifted disc earrings (one of my favorite).  Then I layered a chunky thrifted bracelet and bangle with a gold nugget ring (one of Vanessa’s favorite).


Eugenia Asante


The beautiful Eugenia Asante, wearing our *ish =D

Photoshoot for Miss West Africa Pageant, came out great!

[Photographer] Paul Hence

[Dress] Esosa Parfait

[Styling] Bisoux Jewelry and Solome Kantogole

STILL waiting for the rest of these pics to come out (hint hint Paul)


BeeraBeero Magazine: Behind the Scenes!

We had the honor of providing jewelry for BeeraBeero’s photoshoot, an up and coming magazine in the D.C. area. The shoot took place at Pure night club on U street, providing a modern backdrop to model’s dressed up  in traditional Ethiopian wear   and adorned with jewelry from our inventory. It was so much fun! Can’t wait for it to come out!

^Love this model’s hair!!!!^

The ladies behind the scenes! Stephanie, Vanessa, Bee Taye (Creative Director), and Luladey

Designer Spotlight: Elizabeth Cole Jewelry

Four Stranded Pear Necklace $488

Emerald and Crystal Chain Earrings $333

Crystal Parrot Earrings $325

Taylor Necklace $1125

Pink Crystal Mohawk Earrings $238

Blue Ombre Becall Earrings $233

Crystal Fish Earrings $188


Stephanie Owen, of Elizabeth Cole jewelry, is one of my favorite designers. She has the ability to use jewelry materials and transform them into things from nature such as fish, ram heads, leaves and flowers, while still making them look edgy.   We, Bisoux, currently have the Crystal Fish earrings in the last picture in our inventory which we use for styling purposes. I look forward to adding more of her pieces to the stock!

Source: Elizabeth Cole

Fab Find: Thrifted Colorful Triangular Studs

I found these colorful triangular studs at a thrift store in Baltimore, MD, for only $1.99! I wear them all the time to add a touch of color and style to an everyday outfit. Sorry for the picture quality. My camera broke so I’m working with my Black Berry.

I was having a little fun with photo shop 🙂



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Bisoux Jewelry Styling: Solome Katongole's Spring 2011 Collection

Designer Solome Kantongole used jewelry from our inventory to style her spring collection a while ago.  She chose jewelry for models Sade and Rahewa that complimented her collection nicely.    I personally love Solome’s Spring 2011 collection because it is easy to wear while still making a fashion statement.  You can purchase pieces from her collections on her websites at and

Photographer Paul Hence is a developing artist who we have had the pleasure in working with on previous shoots. I look forward to see more work from him. 

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