Chasity Sereal grew up in Houston, Texas, and prides herself on problem solving. As a high school junior, she got her start by designing senior prom dresses. Nicknamed “Lady Godiva” by her father, she suffered the tremendous loss of his death at the age of 12. Chasity’s father was the artist of the family—he had a talent for sketch art and was whom she inherited her artistic side from. She developed her fashion skills through countless hours of practice and primarily focuses on her self-titled line, Chasity Sereal, launched in 2009. However, prior to her father’s death, she began by making clothes for her Barbies out of socks. Her designs range from luxury streetwear to ready-to-wear couture. Her couture pieces are designed for strong, powerful women while also injecting “Disney Princess” silhouettes. Two of her collections were even presented at New York Fashion Week. As a black female designer, she is passionate about the lack of representation for people that identify like her in fashion world. Having two daughters of her own, she is fearlessly avid in creating a better life for her kids and ensuring that her two daughters will be motivated to follow their dreams.