Anais Grela is the owner of Lucci Zeza, a brand that delivers style, fashion, hair, and beauty. Even in the winter, a girl can be fly and fashionable. Check out our Q&A with Anais and winter must-haves for the season!
Q: Lucci Zeza?
A: “I believe that every woman has two sides to her; one essentially leading to another; your alter ego. So whether you are “Lucci” the girly girl or “Zeza” the fun, crazy and social one, we focus on transforming our ladies not only from the outside but from the inside by building a foundation that encourages self-worth and self-love above all. We pay attention to detail and have a unique way of doing things.”
Located in Germantown, Maryland, Lucci Zeza was founded in the winter of 2009. What started as designing and personal styling has now expanded to hair styling and make up to complete a one stop shop. Lucci Zeza provides quality hair, eyelashes, clothing, products and services such as personal shopping and image consulting on the market.
The biggest milestones up to date are having fashion shows at the biggest and hottest
venues with our custom designed garments.
Winter style? Funky pieces.
Snake skin pattern is a must this fall/winter whether it’s a shirt, jacket, skirt, or dress. It’s a must.
Definitely colorful faux -fur pieces and jackets. It could be one color or multiple patch-like colors.
Q: What’s in store?
A: I’m so excited for the future of Lucci Zeza. We just recently launched Lucci Zeza Glam on my birthday on July 17, 2018, which is all about getting my ladies dolled up with a full glam squad with our hair extension line, hair styling and image consultant services. In the Spring of 2019, we will be re-launching Lucci Zeza Boutique. It’s been 3 years and it has been a very long wait for my ladies and supporters. I had to get back to my first love and that’s fashion.
Follow Anais and Luzzi Zeza here. You can always be fashion forward no matter the weather.
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