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Fashion Stylist Pilar Scratch Announces Pregnancy With Twin Girls

Oh Baby! Pilar Scratch is expanding her family! With the New Year celebration rolling around the celebrations continue to get more exciting. Celebrity Wardrobe Stylist Pilar Scratch dropped the mic with her recent pregnancy announcement.

Deemed as an icon of the millennium, an authority in the fashion industry, and the protagonist of one of the most inspiring success journies today. She has earned her signature as one of the top celebrity wardrobe stylists and media mavens of this era. Having styled countless celebrities such as artist Afro B, Musiq SoulChild, Fatman Scoop, Amara La Negra, producer/ TV personality  Stevie J, Jim Jones, Rah Digga, Mariah Lynn, WBLS Lenny Green,  among others. Her fashion expertise has been featured on Essence Magazine, BET, People Magazine, The Source Magazine, and Huffington Post.

The fashion stylist, 31, is expecting her second and third baby, twin daughters., she confirms. Not only is the fashion legend pregnant but she’s carrying twin girls named Sage & Story. The fashion icon already has a 12-year-old son, River Mason Eromosele who is one of the top child prodigies in the world. River Mason Eromosele, was honored in the Spring of 2022 by the Global Child Prodigy Association.

Keep up to date with Pilar Scratch by connecting on social media @pilarscratch

(Photo Credit: Pilar’s December 2022 cover feature in Vigour Magazine)

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