The Sisters Behind OHEMV: Emily Vallely (the Em V in OH-EM-V) is currently studying for a degree in Fashion Merchandising. She has spent the last few years working as an editorial intern for many well-known magazines, blogs, and retailers as well as attending school full time. At just twenty years old, Emily has had the pleasure to work for Treats Magazine, Revolve Clothing, Far Fetch, Fred Segal Yoga, Victoria Keen, and Vans. Currently, Emily is focusing her attention on her dad’s skateboard company, Elephant Brand Skateboards, as well as managing social media accounts for Black Flag, Good For You, and various individuals and small businesses.
At the young age of eleven, Lucy Vallely has developed a knowledge and appreciation for fashion, art, music, film, and literature. She develops and writes all of her own articles and has a creative outlook and understanding for the blogging business. Lucy devotes most of her time to dancing competitively and playing guitar. Lucy was recently signed to The Movement Talent Agency for dance and was also sponsored by Tilt Dancewear.
This sister-team has a love for anything and everything vintage. History plays a huge role in their outlook on fashion. They believe it is important to be educated on past events, trends, and designers in order to fully appreciate vintage garments and antique items. The Vallely sisters plan on taking over the fashion industry one reader at a time with their knowledge and love for the history of fashion.
Mission Statement: OHEMV’s goal is to inspire readers of all ages and backgrounds to buy vintage products. Buying a vintage item is like buying your own piece of history. OHEMV aspires to educate its readers about the historical context of every garment, item, designer, and era discussed.
OHEMV’S Promise: OHEMV promises to always post high quality, knowledgeable, and original content. OHEMV has no desire to post content just for the sake of posting content. Every article has a purpose and a goal. Quality is more important than quantity.