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This 'Southern Charm Savannah' Star Is A Successful Entrepreneur

The newest Southern Charm series is just getting started, but it’s already been made clear on more than one occasion that a lot of the cast members come from very rich beginnings. Ashley Borders, on the other hand, might be more of the self-made variety, even if she grew up with some of the others and went to the same prestigious Savannah Country Day School. That being said, what is Ashley Borders’ net worth?

The Southern Charm Savannah star has worked hard for what she has, so before fans are too quick to judge her, just keep in mind that she is extremely self sufficient and deserves some major props for that. Ashley has worked in fashion for years, but not before studying business at The London School of Economics and Political Science as well as Wofford College in South Carolina.

Currently, Ashley works as a set designer, art buyer, and costume designer in Savannah. She’s also the fashion stylist and creative director of her own clothing company, Ashley Borders INC, so she’s definitely into making her own money, but her exact net worth remains a mystery. According to IMDB, Ashley has also worked in the costume department on some smaller budget movies, which is no surprise since the woman obviously loves keeping busy. But what is the Souther Charm Savannah star’s net worth exactly? As of now, that number seems to be kept under wraps.

At 32 years old, Ashley has accomplished a lot and, judging by her experiences she’s talked about on Southern Charm Savannah, she’s done most of it independently, especially during the period of time when she and her son Izzy’s father were separated, before they got back together. But even still, it’s pretty obvious that Ashley is independent, so it’s safe to say that whatever her net worth is, it has to be a decent amount to have kept her afloat for all these years.

According to her Bravo bio, Ashley has owned three separate clothing lines and started her first one when she was just 16 years old. Although most of them come from well-to-do southern families, most of the cast members on Southern Charm Savannah seem to have no trouble making money and making a living for themselves, which is definitely refreshing. And Ashley is no different, so even though there’s no record of her exact net worth or even salary, since she’s part of so many different business ventures, Ashley is no doubt doing pretty well for herself.

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Ashley Borders

Ashley Borders was born and raised in the Deep South, attended Savannah Country Day School and graduated with an academic scholarship from Wofford College, but she has lived and worked all over the United States as well as Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. After years of living abroad, Ashley realized she wanted to move back home to Georgia and raise her son, Izzy, in a manner similar to her own childhood. Ashley has been back in Savannah for about three years and is trying to navigate her unique family dynamic while building a creative empire in a community that doesn’t always have space for forward thinkers. Ashley is an actress, stylist, and creative director and has owned three different clothing lines. She started her first clothing line, House of Borders, at 16 years old and has continued to design and manufacture her own fashion collections. Although she is a glamorous and chic woman, Ashley is free-spirited and not afraid to get her hands dirty, working day in and day out to build a strong, stable foundation for herself and Izzy, who she asserts is the greatest and most rewarding gift her life has given her.

Sours: https://www.bravotv.com/people/ashley-borders
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Following the success of Bravo’s Southern Charm, a reality docuseries chronicling the lives of a group of glamorous southerners in Charleston, the network decided to introduce Southern Charm Savannah. Debuting under the same ‘charm’ umbrella with airtime slotted on the heels of its predecessor, Southern Charm Savannah has so far met with mixed reviews and an underwhelming viewer response. The future of the newly added series remains uncertain. However, as someone who had the opportunity to screen the premiere before it aired, I was disappointed that my friends didn’t react with as much excitement to the drama that played out as I did. I embraced Savannah as an enticing and salacious newcomer to reality TV.

Complaints about the new series ranged from the most vapid (“I like to see richer and fancier people”) to legitimate gripes (“there’s an undertone of racism due to one of the characters,” “Too many of the cast have ‘just returned’ to Savannah so this ‘group of friends’ doesn’t feel authentic as a unit” and the most common: “They’re nothing like the original Southern Charm cast.”). While I feel Bravo made a branding error placing Savannah under the “Southern Charm” franchise, negative viewer sentiments have not deterred me from tuning in to what I personally see as riveting drama.

Luckily, I have also discovered other people who are enjoying the show, including Ronnie Karam and Ben Mandelker of the Watch What Crappens podcast, and my pal Kara Berry who is partnered with me to recap Southern Charm Savannah weekly for The Huffington Post. (Kara Berry also hosts The Berry Good Podcast in which she discusses ABC’s The Bachelorette). For others who are enjoying Southern Charm Savannah, or for those who simply cannot look away, one character has garnered a lot of attention. That woman is the buxom and blonde Ashley Borders, whose captivating features, lined red lips and sex appeal bring “s screen siren” to mind.

While viewers have honed in critically on how Ashley, a mom to a 13 year old boy named Izzi, is often in her bathing suit and shows ample leg while dressed, Ashley is a liberal free spirit stifled by the Georgia heat. She likes to go swimming often and also on the show, we see her skateboard around town as she runs errands. She works primarily as a fashion stylist, has film credits to her name and manages multiple gigs with the goal of providing for her family. It is also important to her to give Izzi the travel-filled lifestyle she had as a kid.

“I’m an open book,” says Ashley as she candidly explains how she found the opportunity to do several hours of work per month for Delta airlines. “It’s something I’m able to do between styling assignments,” she relates, “and there was never any secret about this, though some of my cast members seemed to have misunderstood and misconstrued things. It helps me to enrich my life and Izzi’s life with travel.”

When she is styling clients, Ashley explains, they pay her travel expenses. However, when she wants to travel with her only child for pleasure, she now has more of an opportunity to do so because of her work with Delta.

Following is more from my interview with Ashley in which she addresses what her co-stars have said behind her back and explains the group dynamics.

SHW: Before filming, how close were you with your cast mates?

AB: I literally had just met Hannah through Louis (she’s the only one who did not attend Savannah Country Day School and hails from Atlanta) and so you see how we’re trying to get to know one another on the show. The others I had known, but aside from Nelson, they were younger than I was. I knew them but because they were about two grades behind me in school, we didn’t know each other very well. At age 16, I left to go to college. Back in Savannah Country Day school, I wasn’t really a part of the social cliques. I enjoyed traveling a lot with my family and getting my fashion business started as a teen. I think the group as a whole never really knew me well. Also, they never really tried to find out from me who I really am.

SW: One thing that viewers noted is that you’re always down to swim and you’re in a bathing suit a lot. Then came Strip Golf, the game you played with Daniel and Lewis for which you were criticized. Can you address that? Don’t think I didn’t notice the double standard there. You stripped down to what appeared to be a one piece bathing suit and got a lot of flak. The guys participated by taking off their shirts and no one really gave them a hard time.

AB: Growing up, I basically lived in the water and always was getting into the pol. This is not a sexual thing at all because it’s really hot in Savannah and I’m always swimming. People walk around in bathing suits and we get into pools or the water. Also, I wasn’t always comfortable with my body and I’ve come to embrace the imperfections. Unlike what Hannah said in her testimonial, I have NOT had lots of plastic surgery. With my bathing suit or my clothing, it’s just about comfort in a hot climate where I frequently jump in the water. Being in your swimsuit here in Savannah is not a big deal. The context for Strip Golf was totally not evident through what was shown on TV. I wanted to help my good friends at Club One with their drag show and the idea was that whoever lost our golf game would go in drag. I really wanted to show people that Savannah is much more diverse and interesting and that we have lots of different friends. There’s a notion of stuffiness and conservative ideals in the South and I wanted to show that there are people who are open minded. I help dress the drag queens sometimes, so I wanted to get my friends involved in helping them out. The point of the golf game was stepping out of one’s comfort zone. I showed that I was not afraid to do the same. And through this, I was introducing the idea of doing drag which is something that’s out of a straight man’s comfort zone. What was not shown on camera was the full discussion as to how this all correlated to my friends’ show. It translated from the golf club to Club One because Daniel was able to really get into it and he performed in their drag show as “Coupons Galore.”

SHW: Who are you closest to of your cast mates and what has their response been to how you’ve been portrayed on the show?

AB: Nelson and I are cool. We hang out often and are good friends. Daniel and I - I think - are cool too. The big thing is that I don’t have the same schedule as everyone else. I’m very busy with my work which entails a lot of traveling. I have seen everyone after filming and it’s been fine. Viewing the show now is an interesting experience and it’s been eye opening to see what people have said in front of the cameras but never directly to me. I have a few problems with regard to being misunderstood, but I don’t have hard feelings towards anyone at this stage.

SHW: The guys are seen discussing your job as a stylist and being skeptical about your work situation at the end of last episode. What did you make of that?

AB: I’m confused about where this was coming from as well. Hopefully we get chance to talk about it. I’d like to explain that as an entrepreneur with a styling business that includes freelance assignments, no job is beneath me. I have 15 different assignments on a given day, such as to style a client or to be on set to do so at a music video. I actually just returned from a styling assignment in Geneva and I’m talking to you through the jet lag as I’ve just gotten back to Savannah.

SHW: Explain to me a bit more what you do for Delta.

AB: Professionally successful friends of mine took on extra hours working at Delta in order to travel when it’s not for business. This inspired me to do the same. It allows me to travel to different parts of the world with Izzi. Again, traveling to other regions and getting to see how people live outside of Savannah is something that was ingrained in me. Travel was important to my family growing up. So I work with Delta’s Ready Reserve for flight benefits. It is an additional job that provides work in exchange for flight mileage. It’s something I’ve only been doing for a year.

What I get to see is that people from all walks of life do this which is really interesting and fun. There’s even a movie producer who is doing this along with me! I saved thousands last year in plane ticket fare because of this job. Now of course, you see from the guys’ discussion on the show that there’s someone in town who gossiped and said ‘Ashley doesn’t do anything else, this is her job’ in a derogatory manner. It made it look like a negative thing. But I do this in addition to my styling work in order to give my son the life I want to give him. I think it is smart and I feel that no task is ‘below’ anyone. I’ve never been hiding it. Lyle has never even asked me about it, so I was surprised to hear what he was saying at the end of the last episode. We never even had a one on one conversation to this day. If viewers want to verify all that I’ve done, it’s out there on Google and on Linked In and you’ll see what I’ve work hard for. Aside from not thinking any job is below me, I think I’m resourceful because I’ve figured out ways to optimize things and economical ways for extra travel.

SHW: You spoke on camera about your marriage lacking romance and being together with your husband Dennis for Izzi’s sake. How are things at present with you and Dennis?

AB: So viewers will have to tune in and see what happens. Regardless of where we end up, we respect each other and Izzi is our number one priority and that will not change. Whether people are together or not, when you have a child, relationships are tough. I was candid about my marriage on camera so that other women know it’s OK. Other people hide things and this makes them feel lonely and isolated. Acting like everything is perfect and peaches ‘n cream is not entirely relatable or endearing.

SHW: I’ve seen pictures of you with some of the original Southern Charm (Charleston) cast. Are you friendly with them?

AB: I met Shep before we started filming and I met Kathryn once. We actually had dinner together. Besides that, our shows are really two separate entities, but you never know what might happen this season. (Previews show that some of the Charleston crew comes to visit the Savannah cast)

SHW: Getting back to your friendship with Nelson for a moment: It’s no secret that you are quite liberal – I actually loved when you were frank about Donald Trump’s past bad behaviors - and Nelson is quite conservative (and from social media, he appears to be very much pro-Trump). The two of you seem to get along beautifully and have a genuine off-camera connection despite having very different outlooks. How do you make that friendship work?

AB: My political and social opinions, which are quite on the left, are rare here in the South, so I’ve learned to diplomatically deal with everyone’s political views. Nelson and I have political conversations and when I don’t agree with something he believes in, we can have a civilized dialogue because we’ve known each other so long. I’ll speak in a kind way that’s not attacking even if I’m suggesting he think about something differently. He does the same with me. We have a friendship that is real and that means we don’t always have to agree but can respect each other’s political contentions. I will say that it gets fired up sometimes and there have been times when we’ve had to separate ourselves. The reason I like him is that whether I agree or not, he will speak his opinion and what he believes. I’d rather know someone I disagree with than someone who is apathetic, or someone who doesn’t delve into why they believe things. With Nelson, there are no personal insults, just respect and agreeing to disagree.

SHW: It’s been a real pleasure speaking with you Ashley and getting to know more about the person we see on camera.

AB: There’s one thing I want to reiterate for emphasis – a note I’d like to end on - because it’s been bugging me the most. Regarding the hours I put in at Delta, I think it’s quite snobby to look down upon people. I did not like seeing that conversation between the guys at the end of last episode about my work. There have never been any secrets about what I do. I’m also not afraid to do anything and I’m not above or better than anybody. We’re all equal, we just do things differently. When I started working in fashion and film (which I consider to be my career), I swept floors so that I could work my way up - and I did. The hours I do each month for Delta Global Services humble me and help keep me grounded. This type of work also helps me to be a better boss because I’m able to see things from different sides.

Catch Ashley Borders on Southern Charm Savannah, Monday nights at 10/9c on Bravo.

Sours: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/southern-charm-savannahs-ashley-borders-sets-the-record_b_ae4b0a7b7bca5b
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Ashley Borders

International fashion consultant, art director and image stylist Ashley Borders has worked with clients from a wide range of professional organizations, Improving their overall look and instilling them with a sense of confidence and pride in both their appearance and their work.  

Ashley Borders has over fifteen years experience in the fashion industry. Starting at the age of sixteen, she launched her first fashion line, House of Borders, which was featured in University of Saint Andrews, Scotland’s DONT WALK Charity Fashion Show as well as Miss America Pageant and Pageantry magazine, among other print publications. Borders attended Wofford College on full academic scholarship for business and is a self-taught designer, seamstress and stylist. She credits her knowledge of the industry to an early obsession with fashion, art and design that first manifested in creating clothes for her Barbie dolls. After graduating Wofford in and already having an international fashion label under her belt, she relocated to Hamburg, Germany. Working with companies such as Jil Sander, Ashley Borders worked in high fashion, traveling between all of Europe’s fashion capitals.

In Ashley Borders moved to Dubai, United Arab Emirates where she took advantage of the entrepreneurial scene, creating her own business serving the film industry. As a film and television art director and wardrobe stylist, Ashley headed design on several award winning films and documentaries, including City of Life, The Neighbor, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, and a documentary for Dubai’s first public awareness campaign for women’s shelters - City of Hope. During her time in the Middle East, Ashley also launched another fashion label, Bedouin, which she designed and manufactured herself.

Ashley Border’s career in the film industry led her back to the United States - first to Los Angeles where worked on films such as Yellow and The Dark Knight Rises. While in L.A., Ashley expanded her services to celebrity styling, personal shopping, and interior design and later relocated to the niche market of Savannah, Georgia. Continually expanding her craft, Ashley has branched into working as a fashion editor and stylist for print editorial and as a personal image stylist for both private clients and corporations.

Since moving and relocating her family back to the South, Ashley Borders has been styling for GulfStream Aerospace’s marketing department, contributing fashion editor at South Magazine. Additionally, she serves the Savannah School of Art and Design as a celebrity and event wardrobe stylist as well as a corporate and costume designer for both the Savannah, Georgia and Lacoste, France campuses.

Ashley Borders has been named Savannah’s “Top 40 under 40”, serves as the Head of Fashion for Savannah’s Fashion Night Out and is a contributor for Georgia Public Broadcasting.

Ashley Borders wholeheartedly believes that everyone should embrace who they are, what they believe in and own their individuality.

Recently, Ashley has branched out into the Tv and Film world with roles both on a Bravo Internationally released TV Show, Southern Charm Savannah and a Hollywood Feature Film.

Sours: https://www.ashleyborders.com/bio

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Clutch your pearls, haters. Southern Charm Savannah is coming back

While nothing officially has been announced by Bravo, the network that aired Season 1 of the show last year, filming for the reality series that many in the Savannah area loved (and that many loved to hate) has been under way for the last several weeks.

No announcement means there&#x;s no official word on which cast members will &#x; and will not &#x; be showing up in season 2.

However, cast member Louis Oswald was filmed back in December in New York City promoting his JL The Brand socks. (They&#x;re actually pretty nice socks. You can learn more here.)

And in January, Louis&#x; girlfriend Hannah Pearson was filmed at Southbound Brewing Co. in Savannah.

Ashley Borders, who was portrayed alternately as season 1&#x;s star, outcast and villain, has told friends she won&#x;t be back for more reality show fun. No word yet on Catherine Cooper and Lyle Mackenzie (perhaps best known for the busted almost marriage proposal) or Daniel Eichholz (perhaps best known for being the most reasonable cast member, or his nudity).

Happy McCullough wasn&#x;t a full-time cast member, but has said publicly that she won&#x;t be a part of season 2. Her main part on the show last year was dealing with her pending wedding to Azam.

And with no Ashley, it could be assumed that Nelson Lewis (perhaps best known as #FakeJackKingston) won&#x;t be around, either.

Again, there&#x;s been no official announcements about the show or when it might air. Southern Charm (the mothership show based in Charleston) returns for its fifth season on April 5. Last year, Southern Charm Savannah aired at the same time as the Charleston show.

Keep checking back at Savannahnow.com for updates on the show as details are released.

Sours: https://www.savannahnow.com/news//clutch-your-pearls-haters-southern-charm-savannah-is-coming-back
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