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Muse Monday: Amy Sall

Muse Monday: Amy Sall

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Amy Sall was born and raised in New York City and is first generation Senegalese-American. A stunning, conscientious, and innovative tastemaker, Amy interned at Vogue and explored many avenues of fashion professionalism while in college. In this investigation, Amy realized that, as much as she loves fashion, human rights and social development are where her true passions lie.&

With a graduate degree from Columbia University in Human Rights, Amy is now focused on exploring the intersections of aesthetics and activism. She is currently launching a print and digital Journal of African Affairs committed to critical thought and aesthetics called SUNU. With this endeavor, Amy hopes to connect innovative individuals and spark debate around African issues, art and culture.&

Follow her on Instagram HERE&

Check out SUNU Journal HERE

Follow her personal blog HERE


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