By Khoa Sinclair

Growing up, Madi Hadel was always interested in fashion. She would create paper clothes for her Barbies and actually started her first clothing company in middle school. The production was given the name, “Mother and Daughter Incorporated,” or M.a.D.I. for short. Together, Hadel and her mom would create cut and tie tee shirts, which she marketed to other students through her catalogs created in Microsoft Word. So while she was always interested in fashion, Hadel didn’t think that the career choice was realistic. “I went to college for a year for graphic design and hated it, which made me think …read more

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