Lauren Nicole Sinclair’s love for fashion was kindled as a young child, inspiring her to create gowns for her Barbie
dolls. She became fully enamored with the field as a business possibility while at Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Miss.,
helping her friends to become style-savvy and producing full-blown fashion shows at the education institution. Her acumen in the field was quickly noticed, and she began
styling for celebrity photographers and producing fashion shows and other events around the country.

At Tougaloo, her official major was in Written, Radio, and Television Broadcasting. Lauren delayed getting into the fashion industry full-fledged after graduating from Tougaloo, opting instead to continue the communications career legacy of both her mother and father. Lauren worked as a producer/reporter at 16 WAPT News in Jackson, MS for more than eight years. Her career at WAPT afforded her opportunities to interview top politicians, celebrities,
and people in the general community. While at the television station, she was recognized as an award winning Emmy Journalist. Lauren’s first steps into fashion as a business were as an image consultant and wardrobe designer. She described herself as a fashion guide specializing in bridal,
maternity and special occasions. Her goal: Simply to help make women feel beautiful! In 2016, Lauren decided to focus fully on her fashion career. She became a full time
entrepreneur and since then, Lauren’s designs have been worn by people around the world (including celebrities).


Lauren was also named as Mississippi’s Business Journal;
“Top 50 Business Women.” The mantra of Lauren Nicole Sinclair fashion is "Every Walkway is a Runway," and she
encourages all women to embrace and fully believe this to be true. She shares her passion for fashion with teens and young women, mentoring them in establishing excellence in their image, confidence, beauty, and self-love. Her goal is to
help today’s young women become confident, successful and contributing citizens of their communities. A native of Jackson, MS, Lauren is married to Tarrence Sinclair of Rankin County, and is the proud mother of two children, Tarrence II and Emily Marie.