Atlanta ‘Housewives’ Talk Business And Fashion At A3C
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This weekend, the Real Housewives of Atlanta and Rasheeda Frost from Love and Hip Hop spoke on a panel at the A3C Festival.

Tanya Sam, who made her Housewives debut last season, is one of the new owners of A3C so it was only right she got her high-power friends to talk about their journeys to success.

“There is nothing like preparation, it grooms success,” Sam said. “There is nothing more important than putting in the work,” she concluded as the ladies discussed what motivates them to keep going.

While the world may know these Atlanta homemakers from their hit Bravo or VH1 television series, each woman has highly successful businesses outside of their most popular one – reality television.

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“I look at other women who are next to me and get inspired,” said Frost who has found much success with her boutique Pressed, located in Atlanta, Houston, and has a lucrative online presence.

Photo: Taylor S. Hunter

“There’s nothing like real-life inspiration,” agreed supermodel Cynthia Bailey.

Bailey, became a household name in the 90s and walked for high-end designers. She also landed on the covers of popular magazines, including ESSENCE.

While each lady dove into the discussion of how to maintain consistency in your career, they all agreed that expanding your network is key.

Check out these photos of their discussion at the A3C Festival.