September 19, 2019
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By DéJanae Johnson
Staff Writer

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Rushaun Hanson had a passion for design and fashion at a young age.
In elementary school, she remembers being crafty. She spent her time cutting up dresses to make them into skirts and tops.
“I had my own clothing line,” Hanson said with a smile.
Her mom described her to people as a little fashion designer.
In high school, she was the vice president of the fashion club. She always had a love for accessories.
“I love how accessories can make an entire outfit look different,” Hanson said.
On Jan. 1, Hanson launched the Royal Her Collection, a jewelry and accessories line inspired by the royalty, elegance, class and sexiness of women. Royal Her consists of handmade chokers, body chains, necklaces and other stylish essentials to help women complete their outfits.
“The Royal Her Collection came from my belief that every woman is a queen,” Hanson said. “A woman’s confidence should be worn like a crown.”
She created this line to help increase a woman’s spirits within by making her feel beautiful and confident.
Royal Her is sexy, elegant, and timeless. While aligning her collection with current trends in women’s jewelry and accessories, Hanson is seeking to create trends of her own.
“I am inspired by any person who knows the limit goes beyond the sky.”
Royal Her formerly started in 2013 on Instagram with email inquiries only.
Though design is her passion, Hanson will graduate from Cal State Dominguez Hills in the Spring of 2017 with a degree in health science. She hopes to pursue a career in healthcare with a permanent supervising or leadership role.
Royal Her will appear in its first pop-up shop “For the Love of Arts,” on Feb. 10 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., for more information on location and time email ropayartes@gmail.com.

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