When First Lady Christina Murray sees a void, it becomes her mission to fill it. That was the case when she teamed up with her husband Pastor Anthony Murray to lead their new age congregation at Oasis Family Life Church, as well as when she joined forces with other first ladies in Atlanta as they opened up their lives on TLC’s reality show “The Sisterhood.”
Nowadays Christina is developing her clothing line, Boss Lady Pink Label, which spawned from her need to find church clothes to fit her small frame. “I hated all the good old fashioned church outfits. That’s why they never fit me, because I’m short. It doesn’t look right on me,” she explained. “I was spending so much money on getting stuff tailored because I’m short and petite; I decided I’m going to make my own outfits.”
Boss Lady Pink Label also includes professional women’s wear. “There’s so many business women out there that still love fashion, the newest and hottest trends,” says the Dominican fashionista who contributed to the concept and design of the line.
Helping professional women is one of Christina’s main goals and is the focus of her Boss Lady Network. The network is designed to help women who are entrepreneurs to accomplish their dreams.
“There are so many dreams which have been put on hold especially for women just because they’ve had to take care of their family,” said Christina.
Basketball fans will get a sneak peek of the new line at the CIAA Tournament in Charlotte on March 2, while the rest of us will have to wait for the official launch early this summer.
For more information on Boss Lady Network and Boss Lady Pink Label, visit www.bossladynetwork.com.