The role art plays in Hiba Jameel’s life goes well beyond the finished piece on the canvas. Art has helped her heal. It’s spurred conversation. It’s what she looks forward to at the start of each day. Art is a lifelong passion Jameel is able to devote more time to now that she’s pressed pause on pursuing a career as a nutritionist.
“I needed to become the artist that’s in my head,” said Jameel. “I wake up, go to sleep all I think about is paintings, art, applying to shows, creating more, getting my work out there.”
Written by Vasudha Sharma
It was a perfect spring evening. The city was blooming like a young lady in pink with luscious views of Cherry Blossoms dispersed across the streets. The gorgeous flowers signify spring time in Seattle, inspiring seattleites to bring out their creativity in arts music fashion and much more. Just the perfect time for SULÉY ERA to bring them all under one roof with their fifth SULÉY en Vogue Night on March 25th. It was an event for influencers in technology, fashion, music, art, film and entrepreneurship. The SULÉY en Vogue Nights was held at the exquisite luxury private club, The Ruins in Seattle.
Cultivating leadership is one of the many avenues that Suley Era is actively embarking on with partners to transform the culture of fashion in Seattle. In a city abundant with artists, the lack of infrastructure and support for collaboration can be an obstacle to those desiring to build a life and a career for themselves in the midst of a rapidly growing metropolis. Suley Era serves as a voice for upcoming fashion business endeavors as well as provides mentorship through partners like A-Dot, a local fashion production company and leadership platform.