Elyse in Kilame shoes. A Cinderella’s story at the Oscars 2019.


Young, beautiful and with an astonishing voice, Elyse after being a finalist for an important music competition, Raise Your Voice 4 Peace by Jeneration J,  received the official invitation to attend the 91st Academy Awards OSCARS 2019 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. She is feeling as Cinderella attending the magic ball. Her producer Andrew Lane (Elyse is recording her first EP this year) introduces her to the famous Celebrities Ivan Bitton Style House to style her for the important day. It’s at Ivan Bitton showroom that Elyse finds the perfect pair of Kilame shoes to walk the Oscar’s Red Carpet.

Kilame shoes are Handmade created by Italian Celebrity Fashion Designer Pamela Quinzi known to the public as The Cinderella of New York. Pamela’s designs are unique and many Hollywood celebrities love to wear Kilame shoes. Pamela Quinzi just published her first book ‘The Cinderella of New York’, the story of how a pair of shoes changed her life! Passion and determination made Pamela’s designs famous worldwide from Italy, to New York to Hollywood. The purpose of her book is to inspire people to follow their dreams and never give up no matter what. A book about her journey in the Fashion world that saw her work featured in NYFW, Milan FW, LAFW, in worldwide magazines, TV appearance and major Red Carpets such: Oscars, Golden Globes, Emmys, Latin Grammy, and many more.


Stunning and proud to be there, Elyse lived a dream day at the Academy Awards. The young singer with a social media post attracted the attention of Designer Pamela Quinzi, who immediately reached out to her. Pamela Quinzi, known as the Cinderella of New York, happened to be in Los Angeles for the occasion so she invited Elyse to meet and they spent a few beautiful hours listening to each other’s stories few days after the Oscars. Elyse and Pamela lived the Oscar’s dream at the same time!


Singer, songwriter, actress, and dancer Elyse was born in West Hills California in the year 2000.  Elyse loved to sing and by age seven she started formal vocal lessons and performing at local talent shows, vocal competitions, and local fairs. By age 13 Elyse started gaining local notoriety as a vocalist and started acting and dancing in local school theatrical productions. This continued through high school and in 2015 she started singing in the Los Angeles region during open mic sessions, vocal competitions, singing gigs, and acting in lead roles in community theatrical productions. The year was highlighted by Elyse being selected from a worldwide pool of 18,000 applicants to attend and sing at Carnegie Hall’s Honors Performance in New York City.

In 2017 Music Producer Andrew Lane discovered Elyse during a vocal performance and they have been working together to produce her first single “Well Played” which was released in March 2018. This was followed by the release of “Girls Talk Too Much”, “Lips Like Poison”, and a variety of cover songs. In September 2018 Elyse recorded backup vocals for Paula Abdul’s 2018 tour “Straight Up Paula!” and she is currently working on completing and releasing her first EP called “Well Played” by March 2019. Elyse’s life mantra is “Courage: To Live Without Fear.” She has a key with the word COURAGE on it that she wears as a reminder to have strength in the face of fear.

Elyse’s Music can be found on YouTube, Spotify, I Tunes, Amazon, Apple Music, Google Play, Deezer, and Tidal. Elyse can be found on Instagram: itsmeelysemusic, YouTube: Elyse official, Facebook: Elyse

Pamela Quinzi work can be found on http://www.pamelaquinzi.com Book https://www.amazon.com/Cinderella-New-York-Pamela-Quinzi Instagram: Pamelaquinzi Facebook: Pamela Quinzi

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