Posted on: May 30, 2024 Posted by: Mo Clark Comments: 1


In the month of May, the ladies of reality tv stepped off set to launch something new; brands, friendships, and the ultimate party and shopping experience.Where else can you get something different, fun, free, and fabulous? Bloomingdale’s, of course. Yandy Smith-Harris (Love and Hip Hop Atlanta) and Porsha Williams (Real Housewives of Atlanta) paired up for their ‘Sisters United’ extravaganza. Not only are both ladies beautiful and talented, but they are goal-driven, and business-savvy.  Each of the ladies being the mogul powerhouses that they are, brought their respective brands to the definition of elegance. Bloomingdale’s and UPSCALE magazine were there to capture the moments as well as speak with both ladies. 

     ​Yandy Smith-Harris, whose Yelle Skincare brand recently had a soft launch in Bloomingdale’s earlier this year, was onsite to not only engage with the fans and the followers, but she also wanted to educate them on her products and proper skincare routines. Smith-Harris was invited back and this time she brought her friend, Porsha Williams. Porsha is famously known for her presence on the hit reality show, Real Housewives of Atlanta, but has garnered additional notoriety with her popular hair brand, Go Naked Hair. Porsha’s brand has been so successful that she is back with another one, Pampered By Porsha, her elegantly soft sheet line that is now also available in Bloomingdale’s.

      During our interview, the pair discussed the importance of supporting one another and making sure that you have a business buddy and someone who is there to support you not only just during your personal issues, but in business, branding, and networking as well.. This idea gave way to the  birthing of their “Sisters United” campaign in which the two have been doing media and press sharing their experience in the business realm and their friendship together. Their infectious positivity and support for one another is motivating and refreshing to see. Yandy gushed over the fact of being able to walk to the bedding section in Bloomingdale’s and speak to her friend and sister Porsha. This union nonetheless is celebrated for their much needed and encouraging strides. I think it is safe to say that we could all use a business bestie or accountability partner to motivate us to start that business, set those goals, and crush the goals. 


     We have our  business besties, do you? If not, Yandy Smith-Harris and Porsha Williams have more than enough room for new business besties, and we would love to see them.

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