Roya Zangoui is a Miami-born, Brooklyn-based CPC certified life coach and professional model. Her perception of femininity, sexuality, and the self truly distinguish her from other models we’ve worked with.
We’ve worked with Roya on a number of productions over the years. She starred in both our #UNCREATIVE clothing launch promotion as well as select advertisements we produced for Archives — a hip clothing brand located on Las Olas Boulevard in Downtown Fort Lauderdale.
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From her caring personality to working with children with autism, Roya uses her creativity to help people every single day. She is passionate about the world, using her platform as a model to send out a message of love and find new ways to fight for real change. We photographed and filmed this model profile for Roya Zangoui before she left for New York City.
Uncreative Shop & Archives
#UNCREATIVE has evolved from this t-shirt into a full-on creative mission.
The Uncreative Blog highlight artists, like Roya, Mercedes, Sabela and those using their art to connect with the world. We shed light on undergound artists breaking out into the industry through our Freestyle Friday series (we recommend starting the series with the debut episode featuring South Florida rapper, Sam Stan, and go from there). And we also host Uncreative Radio, a podcast series that explores politics, pop culture, modern art, activism and more with well-known creative professionals who are making waves in their industry, such as 103.5 The Beat radio personality, Stichiz.
Within this creative umbrella exists the Uncreative Shop. This is the artist’s calling card. We design and sell limited apparel (hoodies, hats, t-shirts, shoes, headphones, etc.) to further our creative mission. Our morals are grounded in artistic expression — no matter the art form. Our style is clean, simple, and comfortable. Look out for the Uncreative X.
Roya Zangoui helped to bring the Uncreative brand to life. Her involvement in our first marketing campaign showed the world who wears Uncreative apparel and why the Uncreative lifestyle belongs to you and us.