Loves' Fever, musically inclined Jadestorm began singing and dressing like several musical artists Cyndi Lauper, Madonna and Boy George to name a few at a young age. In the High school her classmates thought she was strange because she would color her hair with Kool-Aid and wore jumpers, Trench coats and stripes with checks. "My Father made music become my 2nd language and fashion my passion. I find it very sexy to hear God's instilled gift of love coming out from artists like Marvin Gaye, Tammi Terrell, Diana Ross, and Minnie Riperton along with many others who are truly blessed to express it." 

In 1987, Jade’s Father forced her to attend college for Fashion. She designed a black lace blouse with no lining, revealing the bra. She was ridiculed and ordered to change it or receive a failing grade for the semester.  She was told no one will never wear what she design and she was crazy to design a blouse that shows the bra. Since that time, after many un-foreseen challenges Jade received her A.A.S. Degree in Fashion Design, befriended many iconic industry leaders she’d like to give thanks to; New York Fashion Designer of the original “Terry Cloth Robe” Jerry Johnson, Entertainment Manager and Promoter of legendary musicians, Whodini, and LL Cool J, Tyrone Williamson, Philadelphia Fashion Designer who mentored New York African American Designer Willi Smith', Ms. Betty Braxton and local Designer Ms. Margret Branscomb. They all assisted Jadestorm (Swiyyah) with many of her endeavors’ which lead her to start a Small Minority Business Enterprise SWIYYAH (one expressing affection).  Jade custom design for local residents, radio personalities, and companies.  Twice a year Jadestorm showcases a collection and mentors young adults during the summer with her proceeds from SWIYYAH.  If you would like to be informed of the many things Jade does or connect with  her for her services please  email here. 



Location: Phoenix/Laveen Arizona

I believe in the impossible because no one else does.

Flo Jo