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Rising Stars: Meet Eris Aubrie Busey

Today we’d like to introduce you to Eris Aubrie Busey. Them and their team share their story with us below:

Eris Aubrie Busey is a native of Washington, DC. This thirteen years old is a Model, Actress and Designer of her clothing line SIRE SEVEN-ONE-ONE. Eris is also the founder of the Eris Aubrie Busey Community Works Project, which is a community outreach program that allows hands-on service to the homeless community and families in need, covering all 8 Wards of DC. Some of these projects include the Back to Basics school drive, the Keep DC Warm coat drive, The Blessing Bag Giveaway and other projects where Eris partnered with DC Child & Family Services to help DC residents. Eris is the author of the book titled “Dad Gone”, she wrote this book to inspire little girls growing up without a father in their life, just like her and letting them know that “Growing up with a Dad Gone doesn’t make you less of a Princess”. Eris is a Commercial, Print and Runway Model, she has slayed many runways including DC Fashion Week, Runway for a Cure DC, New York Fashion Week, Kids Fashion Week Network, Atlantic City Fashion Week and many others. Eris is a recent recipient of the Youth Model of the Year award in Philadelphia, Pa. Eris was a lead actress in the commercial for the Planet Word Museum in DC and played a role in a Department of Education televised promotion and has a list of many other features. Eris is a pillar of positivity and remains focused on her goals of remaining a Humble Humanitarian, becoming a future Academy Award-winning actress and America’s Next Top Model.

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
I think one challenge that I have overcome thus far is balancing both school and work. Traveling around makes it hard at times but it is definitely up to me to make sure I maintain my honor roll status in school.

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about your work and what you’re currently focused on?
I started sewing in March of 2022 as something to do in my spare time. My first-ever collection came out in June of 2022 at Atlantic City Fashion Week show. I stepped out on faith and made that collection in two weeks! Since then, I’ve been able to practice and perfect my craft. Having modeling experience, I always wondered what it would be like on the other side. SIRE SEVEN-ONE-ONE stands for a few things. First, SIRE is my name in reverse. A sire is also a male ancestor, which is one of the reasons seven-one-one follows behind. July 11th is the date my grandfather passed away. SIRE SEVEN-ONE-ONE was created to honor my grandfather. In the future, I would like to pursue designing clothes as a career.

How do you think about happiness?
When Eris is not doing outreach work or on a runway or stage, she is an Empathy Leader among her peers and maintains an Honor Roll status in school. Eris also enjoys traveling the world, trying new restaurants and spending time with her family.

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Image Credits
Personal Photo- Photographer: @afatherslens Make-Up Artist: @theboojieeeworks Picture 1- Photographer: @something_light_media Designer: @eeronofficial Picture 2- Photographer: @kghotshots Designer: swaggn4fashion Picture 3- Photographer: @foxeebrownfotos Designer: @brookelaurenchildrensbrand Picture 4- Eris Aubrie Busey with her children’s book “Dad Gone” Picture 5- Photographer: @lenzibazaar Designer Bag: @shop.khloemodhouse

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