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Shatora "Adrell" Irby


Adrell is a new fashion-forward brand where her clothes speaks volume.  As an upcoming designer, Adrell plans on making an impact through her clothes wherever she goes.  Adrell, is the middle name of Shatora Irby.  She is a graduate of Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM), and already designing her own brand and styling clients.

Shatora started her career working under the Legendary Fashion Designer and Costume Designer, known in the entertainment business, Mylette Nora, who styled for The Tonight Show and other reputable television shows.  She learned the ends and outs of the business and decided to venture out on her own.  Adrell or Adrell's work has been seen on  (2018): Dancing with the Stars, Post Malone ft. 21 Savage, "Rockstar" Music Video, Future ft. Amber Rose, "Mask Off" Music Video, Steve Harvey: Celebrity Family Feud.  She has worked alongside Loretta Devine, Richard Ri'chard, Nick Cannon, Wendy Raquel from the hit show, The Game, Temptation member, Louis Prince, Actor Rose McGowan and Actor Obba Babatunde.  She was also one of the stylist for the 2017 BET AWARDS, 2017 Grammy Awards and 2017 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports but Shatora is not stopping here as she continues to grow in her career.

So Why Shop Adrell?  Simple.  Adrell pieces are more than a conversation piece, they are conventional pieces.  They are for those who love cutting-edge, soulful, avant garde, fiercely-made clothes, yet that are comfortable and casual.  

Her mission is to inspire customers with quality clothing that will build confidence and provide freedom of expression.  She is passionate about fashion that faces fear in the face.  So why be timid with clothing?  

Wear pieces that make others stare at you and be lost for words.

The ultimate Fashion Designer and Stylist, Shatora "Adrell" Irby will continue to expand Adrell brand in an effort to make the world a more stylish place. “Whether you’re a celebrity or not, I think we can all be queens and kings of the red carpet even if that carpet is in our own home or office.” ~ Shun Melson.