We’ve all the heard the saying, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” But for 25-year-old Cierra Boyd, it’s not just a saying; she’s made a living out of it. Boyd is the owner of Friskmegood Inc, a clothing line dedicated to mixing bold and flamboyant designs with upcycling and sustainability. “It’s basically using materials, that have already been produced, already been created, already made their mark on fast fashion in the industry,” explains Boyd.
“Make sure you frisk me good” read the lyrics from Rihanna’s 2010 hit, “Rockstar 101.” Hearing those lyrics, inspiration stuck, and the Friskmegood brand was born.“ At the beginning, it really didn’t mean anything to me at all. I was just like ‘oh, frisk me good, that’s cute.’ But now, it’s brought like a whole new meaning to my world,” Boyd explains. It’s a world where her dreams have come to fruition. Her creations, specifically her signature sneaker corsets have been featured in Nylon Magazine and Hype Bae. They’ve even been worn by celebrities including Slick Woods and most recently Dream Doll in the “Going Up” video with N.O.R.E and DJ Khaled & many more. She joins LA Fashion Week this coming season to share her wild creativity to the world and is ready to put on a show.
For more info check her out; https://friskmegood.com/collections/featured