How did you become a darling of New York Fashion Week?
Aria: I’ve been attending NYFW since I was one year old. I love fashion and I love to play dress up. People like my style so they invite me at NYFW.
What do you love about fashion?
Aria: What I love about fashion is to dress my own way and I don’t care what people think. When I dress up in my fashion clothes it makes me happy and confident.
You have many fabulous and fierce adult friends. Can you name one who is a role model for you?
Aria: It’s hard to only name one but Ty Hunter is one of my fashion role models. He is a style architect. I like how he used to style Beyonce and how he also style Billy Porter.
You led chants about how Black Lives Matter at the protests, why is your work with this movement so important?
Aria: It is very important because I want racism to end. I want the black children to be safe and to have equal rights.
My non-profit the Global Sisterhood is focusing on a new organization called Moms Against Racism. Why do you think it is so important that people like your own incredible mom, stand up against racism?
Aria: It’s important for my mom to stand up against racism because she’s helping my generation to have a better future.
As a part of the Next Generation of the Global Sisterhood, what does it mean to you to have friends who are girls who support each other?
Aria: It means a lot to me to have my friends support. We are the next generation and we are the future.
What advice do you have for other children with big dreams?
Aria: They should believe in themselves and don’t let anyone bully them.