Meet Latrice Delgado - Macon, known as a poise, distinguished and one of the most socially viable fashion stylists in Michigan, Latrice is a wife, a mother, and a self - made entrepreneur in the fashion industry who is known for curating signature looks for some of the industries most-watched A-listers and influencers alike. She not only have successfully converted emerging talent into who’s, who tastemakers, but she’s also establishing a reputation for herself as a savvy, modern philanthropist and influencer within her community.
Latrice has a degree from the University of Phoenix in Business Administration and a Fashion Merchandising degree from Wayne University.
Following her passion and love for fashion, beauty and her community Latrice joined a fashion podcast with 910 am radio station, she became a fashion editor for a magazine called Beautiful Machine Magazine and launched her own styling business called The Styling Closet. Which is a go-to destination for chic, contemporary fashion, and fabulous blogs, designed to help both men and woman identify and have confidence within their personal style!
Latrice’s knowledge base and fashion influence makes her a highly sought after personality in the corporate world. She has collaborated with several major companies, including — Gucci, Fox 2 news, Talk of Detroit, Fashion Group International, State Farm Insurance, MGM Grand Casino, Fashion Party Weekend, Seagram’s Gin Model Search, Scarlet Communications, Bet.com, Banana Republic, Metro Museum Of Design Detroit (MMODD), Lord & Taylor, and Somerset Collections.
Outside of wearing all these amazing hats in the fashion industry- Latrice still finds the time to commit to being a loving and supportive wife to her husband Darnell Macon, and mother to her daughter Laila Macon who has also launched her own baking business and is a dancer at Legacy Dace Studio, and Russian Ballet. Latrice also dedicates time for philanthropic and mentorship work within her community. Latrice has worked in Detroit and the surrounding areas for 20 years. Latrice is a professor who teaches fashion styling 101 at Wayne County Community College, she is a mentor and motivational speaker. Some may say she is the modern day super woman!
Latrice freely volunteers her time and help other organizations such as #Detroit Lunch Bag, Detroit Regional Chambers, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Black Expo, Detroit Urban League, Detroit Athletic Club, The Detroit Garment Group, Black Dollar Detroit, Fashion on the Ave (Detroit), Southfield Chamber of Commerce and many more. To add to her charitable works, Latrice recently founded a 501c3 organization called the Detroit Fashion Community. The Detroit Fashion Community is a 501c3 organization that helps provide support, resources and community outreach to help creatives in Detroit thrive in their businesses and career.
Latrice is truly a cheerleader for the growth of the people and creatives within in the city, and have been working hard to be a positive influence and role model for her community; to inspire and motivate both men and women to have the confidence and courage to pursue there dreams no matter how scary it may be, Latrice saying is just try it or as Nike said #justdoit