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Specializing in scarves, skirts, dresses, suits,
jewelry, hosiery, and men's accessories
Wardrobe consulting, personal shopping, and fashion show fund raisers
Also on sale we have the African-American Inventor's book
Samantha Wall-Laidler, owner and chief executive officer of Unlimited
Fashions gives God the glory for all of her accomplishments in life and
thanks to her mom, Delores Ashley, husband and a host of family members
and friends for their continued support and encouragement. Samantha
is a member of Calvary Christian Center and her pastor is Dr. Phillip G.
Goudeaux who has inspired her with faith based inspirational teaching.
Also, Samantha is a member of various non-profit organizations that
provide free services for low-income families, children, and homeless
families. Samantha is also a member of several business
Samantha originally from Newark, New Jersey. She graduated from
Hampton University in Hampton, VA and there she attained a B.S.
degree in business and fashion merchandising. She also attended the
Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, N.Y. And she was a
graduate of the Faith Alive Bible Center in Sacramento, CA.
After completing college, Samantha worked as a manager for several
retailers in New York City and New Jersey. These companies included
Abraham and Straus of Federated Department Stores, Victoria Secrets, and
Fred The Furrier. One of Samatha's most inspiring jobs was being a
buyer for the Van Buren Carr buying offices in New York City, N.Y.
In this position she was a fashion buyer for the
"Nordstrom's Brass Plum Junior Department".
After working and gaining a valuable experience in the fashion industry,
Samantha launched a booming, successful
"hosiery" business in New Jersey and New York
City. The business was called Unlimited Hosiery. Her major
target market was hosiery for the full figured woman and hard-to-find
shades for the African American woman. Later, Samantha expanded her
business to Northern California where she partnered with her mom, Delores
Ashley and they operated 3 stores in Sacramento. They named the
business Unlimited Fashion. They also gained a huge following of
customers from the Bay Area
because of their unique fashionable clothing. One of their greatest
accomplished was opening a store in the Florin Mall in Sacramento.
Unlimited Fashion was a extremely successful even though they competed
with several multi-million dollar department stores.
While in California, Unlimited Fashion produced upscale fashion shows.
She always included gospel music and scholarships in her events and named
her shows Gospel/Fashion Show Scholarship Fund Raiser. Unlimited
Fashion gave a portion of the proceeds from the events to students in
college for scholarships. Recently at Unlimited Fashion's 8th Annual
Gospel Fashion Show Scholarship Fund Raiser featured
" Mrs. Susan Taylor"
from Essence Magazine from New York City as the keynote speaker and
special guest. This event was sold out and was an overwhelming
success in Sacramento. Torledo Wall, Samantha's brother, was
responsible for introducing to Mrs. Susan Taylor.
Furthermore, Unlimited Fashion was invited by The Ladies In Red (owned by
Brenda Knight) to be a guest in the audience of the
"Suze Orman Show".
Unlimited Fashion learned some dynamic financial techniques to empower the
business to move to the next level. Also, since then Unlimited
Fashion has collaborated with the Suze Orman company to learn more about
how to become a "financial power broker" in the fashion retail
Last but not least, Samantha represented Unlimited Fashion on the
"Oprah Winfrey Show".
This was one of her greatest successes. Also, in attendance was her
mom, Delores Ashley, and her business associates. This was a divine
appointment to be a part of the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Samantha's future plans for Unlimited Fashion is to design a line of
clothing under her name, sell clothing and accessories on the internet,
take a trip to Paris, expand her business to Atlanta and South Carolina,
and to setup a real estate investment company.
Samantha's motto in life is "to walk by faith
and not by sight" and
"if it doesn't make money, it doesn't make sense".