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For That Special Moment
Yara began her career when she was 6 years old, appearing in television and print advertisements for companies such as McDonald’s, Ralph Lauren, Target, GapKids, Disney, Guess Kids and The Children’s Place.
Yara frequently worked with her mother and younger brother in various print and broadcast campaigns.
Yara made her cinematic debut in 2009, starring opposite Eddie Murphy in Paramount Pictures “Imagine That” for which she received a Young Artist Award nomination for the best performance in a feature film category.
In 2012, Yara played Chloe Johnson, the daughter of President William Johnson, in the TV series “The First Family”.
In September 2014, Yara starred in ABC’s prime-time comedy “Black-ish” as 14-year-old Zoey Johnson.
In December 2014, Yara won an NAACP Image Award in the category of Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy.
In 2016, Yara signed to model with New York’s Women Management modeling agency, in hopes of providing a platform to see more women of color in diverse roles.
ABC announced in 2017 that Yara would be headlining a “Black-ish” spinoff, titled “Grown-ish”, on its sister network, Freeform.
The series premiered on January 3, 2018.
Maria Lucia Hohan has become the starlet’s go-to designer, gracing Hollywood A-listers at major award shows, premieres and red carpet events.
Known for her ethereal, elaborately draped gowns and flirty cocktail dresses, Maria Lucia Hohan’s signature aesthetic lies in her delicate pastel hues and colors on variations of silk textures, sheer mousseline, sand washed satin, creamy velvet and crisp taffeta.
Self-describing her collections as chic but girly, Maria’s pieces are created to enhance the feminine silhouette and make a woman feel radiant and fabulous.