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VonRay's Fashion Friday Featuring "Darius Javelle"

Dennis Robinson II

 Darius Javelle


Facebook: dariusjavelle

Instagram: dariusjavelle

Model mayhem:


How long have you been into modeling? 

I've actively been into modeling for about a year now, but my interest in the art of modeling extends to a length of 5 years. 


What's your expertise? 

I'm aiming to become well versed in many different areas of modeling, but currently my expertise is Commercial Print modeling. 


Where do you see Fashion going in the next 5 years? 

In the next 5 years, I see a great emergence of more smaller business brands and designers taking over fashion; due to the fact that many individuals are making the decision to start creating and designing their own clothes; and by the adoration and love they receive from their fellow peers concerning these designs, they ultimately decide to sell their designs, market them by way of social media, and gain revenue through online stores. Consumers see these small businesses as a chance to obtain the same (or better) designs that the major brands offer, but within a more economical price range. This I believe, is the future of fashion. 


What is your favorite color? 

My favorite color is red. 


Tell us more about your modeling? When did you start? Where can people see your portfolio? 

 My love for modeling, I believe, began subconsciously as a child. From a very early age I loved taking pictures and being in front of a camera; whether it was with a personal camera, picture day at school, or a yearbook photo. As time went on, I began to realize that I possessed somewhat of a gift---being photogenic. From there my interest and appreciation for the art of modeling grew, but I never actually participated in it. Then, one day, about a year ago, I received a call about coming to do a Fall fashion shoot for a college magazine. The shoot was successful, and I was urged by the photographer  there to consider doing a shoot to establish a portfolio; and now a couple of shoots later, here I am; working persistently at building my modeling career. 


Where can people see your portfolio?

Anyone interested in viewing my portfolio can check it out at


What's your hometown?

I was born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana. 


Who do you look up to in the modeling industry?

Two individuals in the modeling industry whom I look up to are Tyson Beckford and Keith Carlos. 


Who is your favorite music artist?



What influences your style?

My style is influenced by that which simultaneously accentuates both sleekness and edge.

VonRay Fashion Fridays featuring "oLd FvShUnZ"

Dennis Robinson II

oLdFvShUnZ pronounced OLD FASHIONS



by Latasha Henderson #designerTasha

How long have you been into Fashion?

I've been into fashion my whole life. I remember my mother told me, when I was about four years old, when I used to watch her get dressed & do her makeup, I would ask a million questions, lol. I actually attended The Art Institute of Dallas in 2013, but due financial difficulties arising, I had to stop going. I only had nine months left to complete. I was given the opportunity to go back, but by that time I had started doing well on my own, so I was like "forget that degree." My mother was so mad at me, but she is very chill now, lol.

What's your expertise in Fashion, Men or Women?

I'm aiming to reach men & women, especially college students. I think that's where fashion starts college is when you find out who you are and you are more willing to trying different styles & experimenting.

Where do you see Fashion going in the next 5 years?

I see fashion being more free. I think it'll be more plus size models, African American models with kinky hair, or homosexuals and lesbian models, if you feel me. It'll be more diverse. Instead of having the tall slender models, with the perfect straight hair. The constant standard model types are so boring. Fashion is suppose to have NO RULES OR NO LIMIT, but I feel as if it does at times.

What's your favorite color?

Burnt orange is my favorite color, but I never wear it, lol. Weird huh? It'll be something else in a few years though just watch, lol. I constantly change my style, Im not complacent.

Tell us more about your brand? Where did it start? Where can ppl purchase?

"oLdFvShUnZ" was founded by, me, Keria Lew in 2012! O.F. is a street wear, retro apparel line based off the modern day"Kid-N-Play". I am aiming to reach kids, teens & young adults. I'm focusing on bringing back our Black Heritage, such as the sweet 90's and also our diversity. I actually sale my things on my IG page.

What's your hometown?

East Hodge, Louisiana babbyyy! 

Who do you look up to in Fashion?

For my clothing line its really not a person, but rather old movies as influence, lol. For example,House Party, Martin, A Different World and more. My style is more reflective to Chrisette Michele and Kylie Jenner, the edgy women with tattoos . So, that's weird huh? My college professor asked me this question once and I got so mad with my answer, but I can't help it if I look up to unexpected people and things .