The women of Delta Sigma Theta in Los Angeles County know how to represent their sisterhood with STYLE!
To celebrate their one-year anniversary, the women of the Spring 2018 line from the San Fernando Valley Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. did a sisterhood photoshoot to document their line for future generations. The sorors, teamed up with photographer Kasey Stokes and did their shoot in a lot in Downtown Los Angeles.
“With a line that includes doctors, TV producers, entrepreneurs, engineers and more, we all lead busy lives. With that in mind, we felt it was important for us to take time out of our hectic schedules and celebrate one of the happiest days of our lives. The photoshoot allowed us not only to fellowship in the moment, but also to encapsulate the memory for us to have for eternity,” Alex Wiggins told Watch The Yard in an email.
This was about more than just looking AMAZING, this was about highlighting their sisterhood. Something that is very special to the Spring 18 The Eleventh Hour line.
“For The Eleventh Hour, sisterhood is knowing that no matter what, wherever you are in the world, you can count on your sister to have your back, be there when you call, or even when you fall. It’s a bond that lasts forever, and a connection deeper than words. We are so happy that we were able to celebrate our sisterhood and create a photo that’s a physical reminder of what makes Delta so special. One year down, a lifetime to go!”
The San Fernando Valley Alumnae Chapter, or “SFVA” for short, was chartered on May 20, 1978. They are located in Los Angeles County, and their chapter services the San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, and Burbank, CA.
Take a look at the amazing photos from their photoshoot below: