House of Style

BOBO, MARIELLE; Goodman, Ericka N.
November 2015
Ebony;Nov2015, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p39
An interview with Jodie Patterson, founder of e-tailer DooBop and natural beauty line Georgia by Jodie Patterson, is presented. She share about her family members and their interests and reveals that her family is the new normal with Black American, Ghanian, Swiss-German and Canadian cultures in her house. When asked what makes her family stylish, Patterson comments that their great style reflects a great life. She also indicates that her family is focus more on their auras and less on trends.


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