Nickname: Pris, PJ
What part of Miami (South Florida) are you from?
Coconut Grove, Fl
Describe yourself in five words.
Funny, unpredictable, crazy, competitive, ambitious
What’s the one thing you think everyone who visits Miami must do or see?
I think everyone needs to indulge in the amazing food, view all the art exhibits, and music festivals. Miami is fast moving and fun, go out, live the nightlife and get into a little trouble.
What outfit in your closet best describes your personal style?
My nude Alice& Olivia dress. It's sheer, sexy, shows off my legs and little round butt.
What’s the one thing you can’t live without?
My cell phone. My whole life revolves around it. I'm connected to clients, emails, social media and I love taking pictures of things that inspire me.
What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
I don't feel like anything I do is that crazy, my friends would say otherwise. I like to travel and doing things I wouldn't do on a regular day. I opened my own lingerie company 5 years ago and I think that's the craziest thing I have done. I graduated from design school and just went where ever it took me. I've learned from every experience I've had. Growing a pair teaches you more about life.
If you could spend the night out in Miami with any celebrity who would it be and why?
Beyonce Knowles. She had a dream as a little girl and never gave up. Throughout her life she has reinvented herself and revolutionized women. She balances everything in life from business, fashion, and family.
What social issue is most important to you?
Domestic violence. I did not grow up a violent home but I knew friends that did. As much as I wanted to help, I couldn't. I believe that women should have the strength to make their lives better for themselves and children. Women need successful careers and independence.
What and how would you contribute to the city of Miami?
I actively participate in charity events whether I am donating items or hosting an event. Every year I host an event on my birthday. I collect donations of children's underwear and bras to be refurbished for women and children in transition from domestic violence. I love taking the opportunity to make a difference and making it an event for everyone to enjoy.
What makes Miami girls different from all other girls?
Miami girls are like no other. We take pride in our personas, we are who we are. We may bend but we don't break, and if we do, it may not be pretty.
If you had a magic wand, what would you change about Miami and why?
The humidity. I hate when I spend the time on primping my hair and within 30 minutes outside it all seems so pointless.