4 Ways Black Business Women Can Stand Out Online

I get it. You’re super dope and overly successful in your career. You have degrees on top of degrees, several certifications, and you kick ass everyday on the job. In a recent study, Black women are more likely to strive than their white counterparts. In other words, the words “settle in your career” is out of your vocabulary. You’re ambitious. Bold. Brave. And do it with swag.

Yet, you’re struggling constantly in your business. Your first thought was, “This should be EASY! I have 3 master degrees. Surely, it CAN’T be this hard.”

Celebrity Stylist Zoe Dupree Dishes All On Creating a Lifestyle


When you hit the scene make sure you do it good enough to have all the eyes on you. If you need assistance doing so, I know one man that will surely give you what you want, Zoe Dupree.

Stefon Allen better known as Zoe Dupree is an all around fashion stylist from Philadelphia. To Zoe, fashion is being able to express yourself without any rules. While looking for a job at the end of his undergrad semester Dupree and a few of his friends snuck in the BET Awards with no money in their pockets, telling celebrities and others around that he was a stylist. At the awards show he had the opportunity to assist with clothing industry elite as well as assisting with clothing malfunctions. Their he had the opportunity to network with established individuals in the industry. Since then Zoe has styled celebrities such as Hip-Hop Princess Lil’ Mo, Fantasia, SWV, and now traveling stylist for rap icon Young Thug. Dupree has been seen on BET’s 106 & Park and New York Fashion Week.

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