The appreciation for her kreations developed her confidence and she applied to Fashion Industries High School to major in fashion design and merchandising. Her sewing addiction was supported by winning dance contests, always wearing a Kema original to showcase the finesse used to command the stage. Brooklyn’s Hoyt Street, and Delancey Street in Manhattan, were more than happy to share in her success. Disenchanted by an industry that didn’t support the beauty of curvaceous women, Kema decided to design and create captivating pieces which accentuate the body in all its marvelousness. Kema’s Kreations hemms society’s definition of beauty by entertaining the senses with visual statements of amazement and mends the soul of its people by giving them original kraftmanship to celebrate their unique beauty.