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Months after the business owner died of COVID-19, family and friends worked to keep her vision alive.

Tara Mosley’s daughter, Angelle, was only 33 years old when she died from complications of COVID-19 on July 25. At the time, she was fully vaccinated. Months later, her family and friends are making sure that dream persists. “To have the models that have been there with her from the beginning, the friends who were with her to decorate her shop and get together, to know that they are still here to continue. moving, I know she’s happy and smiling,” Tara Brave Beautique is still open and is run by Angelle’s mother and some of Mosley’s closest friends. They’re helping with everything from inventory to sales, along with modeling and promoting some of Angelle’s most prized pieces. Angelle’s friend Brisha Lott said: “We know this is Angelle’s baby. We know this is what she really wants. She dreams about this all day. Fashion is her thing.” Trichelle Barra, also a friend of Angelle’s, said, “Facing her loss, being here and seeing her legacy carry on, it makes me feel good every day.” Ashley Lucien added: “It’s been tough but we’re going to keep going. “We’re just asking people to help us. By buying, supporting and letting people know about Angelle’s store,” Lott said. This is the first holiday Tara will spend without her daughter. . Tara says the holidays are not something that should be taken for granted. She has a message for families. “I’m just asking family at this time of year… and not just using Thanksgiving because every day should be thanksgiving, but every day, hug your loved ones. All We all have an expiration date. We don’t know when.” The family is urging everyone to get vaccinated this holiday season.

Tara Mosley’s daughter, Angelle, was just 33 years old when she passed away from complications of COVID-19 on July 25.

At the time, she was fully vaccinated, a fashionista who opened her dream store just a month before her death.

Months later, her family and friends are making sure that dream persists.

“To have the models that have been there with her from the beginning, the friends who were with her to decorate her shop and get together, to know that they are still here to continue. moving, I know she’s happy and smiling,” Tara said.

Brave Beautique is still open and is run by Angelle’s mother and some of Mosley’s closest friends. They’re helping with everything from inventory to sales, along with modeling and promoting some of Angelle’s most prized pieces.

Angelle’s friend Brisha Lott said: “We know this is Angelle’s baby. We know this is what she really wants. She dreams about this all day. Fashion is her thing.”

Trichelle Barra, also a friend of Angelle’s, said, “Facing her loss, being here and seeing her legacy carry on, it makes me feel good every day.”

Ashley Lucien added: “It is difficult but we will keep going.

In the spirit of gratitude, they hope to receive support from the community.

“We’re just asking people to help us. By buying, supporting and letting people know about Angelle’s store,” Lott said.

This is the first holiday that Tara will be without her daughter, and she says being in love makes her feel closer to Angelle. Tara says the holidays are not something that should be taken for granted. She has a message for families.

“I was just asking the family this time of year… and not just using Thanksgiving because every day should be thanksgiving, but every day, hug your loved ones. All We both have expiration dates. We don’t know when.”

Families are urging everyone to get vaccinated this holiday season.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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