Fueled by her passion for fashion, style maven Kesha McLeod has made a name for herself by utilizing her creative ability to bring out the unique style and elegance of each of her clients. The St. Albans, Queens native found her true calling at the age of 19, when she left her job as a telemarketer and took a position working in a showroom at H&M. After earning a degree in fashion merchandising from Katherine Gibbs School in Manhattan, Kesha spent time working as a personal shopper. Her big break came when she was recruited by Grammy Award-winning recording artist Ne-Yo to work with him overseas and was tasked with choosing the wardrobe for his entire tour. Since then she has worked with numerous high-profile-clients in the entertainment and sports industries including Young Jeezy, Veronica Webb, La La Vasquez-Anthony, Serena Williams, Chris Bosh, Vernon Davis, Andre Iguodala, Serge Ibaka, Victor Cruz, Charles Godfrey and Caroline Wozniacki. Kesha’s work can be seen in television commercials, music videos, advertising campaigns, editorials, on the red carpets and at The Espy Awards, The Grammy awards, The Oscars and The Emmy Awards.
These days, as her client list continues to evolve, Kesha has caught the attention of numerous brands including Nike, Adidas, New Era, and Beats by Dre, each of whom have called on her fashion expertise for several of their advertising campaigns, And while her career has had its many demands and pressure packed moments, Kesha has seemingly embraced every challenge and continues to excel, in part because she is inspired, which is no surprise since she is doing what she truly loves. She gives each of her clients unwavering attention and whether she
is sitting front row with them at Paris Fashion week or enlisted by Iconic fashion brands such as Dior Homme and Net-A-Porter to create intimate private
invite-only events, one thing remains constant. “My inspirations are my clients themselves,” Kesha explains. “Their personalities, their moves, different cultural aspects, they inspire me to create these looks.”