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Nacirema Celebrates Exquisite Renovations with Private Preview Hosted by Young Jeezy’s Stylist Kris Shelby

From L-R] Nacirema Team Members, Dj C Ka'as (Atlanta-Based DJ), James Smith Jr. (Owner of Nacirema), Kris Shelby (Celebrity Stylist - Jeezy, Migos, Fetty Wap and more) and additional Nacirema Team Members/Photo Credit PHIL JACKSON

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Nacirema Celebrates Exquisite Renovations with Private Preview Hosted by Young Jeezy’s Stylist Kris Shelby

, a grandeur boutique focusing on important luxury and street wear designers of today and tomorrow, officially re-launched their flagship location in Greenbriar Mall. Celebrity Stylist Kris Shelby, most known for styling Young Jeezy, Migos, T.I., Fetty Wap & many more, sat down with James Smith Jr, owner of Nacirema for a candid 2023 style guide conversation. DJ C Ka’as provided the soundtrack, Den of Thieves Whiskey provided complimentary cocktails and Simply Exquisite Catering provided tasty light bites for the affair.

Nacirema carries several high end brands such as: Billionaire Boys ClubHonor The GiftPaper Planes, and Purple Brand to name a few. Enlightened through cultural influence, fueled by virtue and standing firm on concrete values, the brand strives to provide the public with exclusive looks that are both authentic in style, transparent in purpose and caters to both men and women. This music and fashion infused exclusive private preview brought together young professionals, culture curators, fashion insiders and celebrity wardrobe stylists for an evening of timeless style, and dope vibes.  Notable attendees included Wingo (R&B Artist of Jagged Edge), Dennis White  (Notorious, The Family Business, Law & Order:SVU, Parenthood), Rashaad Burghàlie ( Owner of House of Burghàlie) and many more.

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