The Phenix City model and kindergarten kid walks New York Fashion Week again

PHENIX CITY, Ala. (WRBL)— On Friday, a Phenix City girl will be appearing at New York Fashion Week for the second time. She is one of the youngest to walk the runway in the Big Apple and the youngest to represent the Tri-City in New York after the late Kim Porter.

Chozyn Amore, the five-year-old model, entrepreneur, kindergarten teacher and New York Fashion Week veteran, describes what it takes to be a model ahead of her journey.

“Maintain confidence, listening and humility,” Chozyn said. “I’m excited and I’ve worked really hard for this… and I like it when the hotel beds fold down.”

This is Chozyn’s second appearance at New York Fashion Week under the Tailor-Made brand by Tay, an 8-year-old North Carolina stylist. Chozyn’s mother describes the moment she recognized Chozyn’s calling.

“After her first show. She was hooked,” said Kiara Miles. “So as a mother, I did what I had to do to put them in the right places. Now she has a very prestigious resume in the industry and a very high quality portfolio.”

Chozyn began modeling in 2021 and has since appeared on billboards, in magazines and on numerous runways on the Gulf and East Coast.

“To see her on the catwalk and act like she does is truly commendable. Like I’m in awe of her,” Miles said.

In addition to building a brand and a resume, Chozyn creates memories along the way.

“We are inseparable. We drive everywhere. And we do it because we like to get out there and see,” Miles said. “So we can stop in a state we’ve never been in and let them look. On the way back from New Jersey she did a show in Jersey. We stopped in Washington, DC, walked past the White House and looked at some of the monuments.”

Miles has a message for other parents who support their children’s passions.

“Listen to them. Your dreams aren’t far-fetched. It might not sound ideal, but you need to invest in your kids. Not every kid wants to play football or cheer,” Miles told WRBL. but you invest in your children. It’s like water and a flower, and I watch my flower bloom.”

Chozyn passes the same feelings on to other children whose dreams may seem larger than life.

“Their dreams aren’t that crazy, and they can do what they set out to do and always put God first,” Chozyn advised.

Chozyn also just launched their own brand of edge control, The Chozyn Edge. Your product is currently on the shelves at 280 Cuts and Styles in Phenix City. Chozyn and her mother are leaving for New York this Wednesday.

Laura Coffey

Laura Coffey is a Worldtimetodays U.S. News Reporter based in Canada. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Laura Coffey joined Worldtimetodays in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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