Emerging DJ, beauty and fashion icon, health, fitness and lifestyle influencer, Tori Brixx is best known for being an internet sensation and one of the most irresistible faces of the millennials.The brand, which is unisex by design, has strong women’s empowerment themes throughout yet also boasts massive appeal to men. Her sexy tomboy style coupled with her southern charm and sheer natural beauty barely tips the iceberg of why this alluring visionary has taken the internet by storm. With a growing social media platform of nearly 3 million, Tori remains gracious and humble and attributes much of her success to risk taking and aligning herself with the right strategic partners.
Tori is passionate about setting goals and achieving them. Her love of music propelled her to pursue DJing, and after studying and investing in the equipment, classes and time, she is now is touring and projected to be one of 2017’s most successful emerging DJs.” “Women are beginning to blossom in this industry and others that are so highly saturated and associated with men, and being at the top of one of those lists is huge for me,” says Tori.
You can currently find Brixx gracing magazine covers, touring cities across the United States, and as the newest face of many brands, including Buscemi, Beats by Dre headphones, Khloe Kardashian’s new denim brand, The Good American Project, and Blac Chyna’s fashion line, 88 FIN. Tori is also a field correspondent for VH1’s Amber Rose Show and a guest on the CBS podcast Loveline. She was just cast in 2016’s season of “Wild ‘N Out,” and most recently, added cosmetics to her repertoire, launching her own line debuting January 2017.
Outside of entertainment, Tori is devoted to nurturing and developing her philanthropic arm, which is currently dedicated to breast cancer awareness, gender equality and voter registration. Tori’s brand is dedicated to encouraging her followers to embrace the same authentic self-discovery journey she embarked upon. “I tell women every day that there is no right or wrong way to be a woman, you do not have to fit into anyone’s mold. I own being a millennial woman, and for me that means being sexy, edgy, feminine and masculine, hardworking, traditional in some ways, undefined in most, and fearless in all.”