Where is Emilie now?

Emilie Sobel

Emilie Sobel

In December, I interviewed Emilie Sobel, senior at The Savannah College of Art and Design, and creator of the blog, Soul in Stilettos. She was about to graduate and full of excitement and hope for her future. Well, she did it! I asked Emilie to give us an update on her graduation and tell us what’s happening. Here is Emilie …

Just a few short weeks ago, I graduated as a Fashion Marketing major from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Growing up, I always knew that my life would move in a creative direction because art and fashion have always been a part of my life. Now that I am 21 and have just earned my BFA, I find myself asking, Now What?? Continue reading

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The fashion and the soul in stilettos

Emilie Sobel, The Soul in Stilettos

Emilie Sobel, The Soul in Stilettos  Photo Credit: Cedric Smith

I want everyone reading my website to feel like they are the soul in their stilettos, too. Shoes will always fit, regardless of the weight you gain or lose or the day you are having. I am happiest and most confident in my favorite pair of shoes and I will forever be the soul in stilettos.” Emilie Sobel

Emilie Sobel is about to graduate from the Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD) in Georgia, majoring in Fashion Marketing and Merchandising. She is also the creator of a terrific blog, called Soul in Stilettos. You have the feeling after talking to Emilie that the sky is the limit for this city girl at heart and that she will find her way just fine. Here is my conversation with Emilie:

MKG: You are about to enter a huge transition in your life, graduating in March. How do you feel, ready? What is your passion, your dream position?

Emilie: I have always known exactly what I’ve wanted to do with my career – growing up was something I had been looking forward to basically my whole life. Everyone always said, “Don’t rush your childhood,” and I would brush it off, thinking I knew exactly what I wanted and I couldn’t wait to have a career and adult life of my own. Continue reading

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