It’s only been a few weeks since our Ambassador and dear friend Mia Sidaros passed away after a courageous battle with cancer — and we still miss her dearly.

We were so blessed to have Mia as a part of our team and her vibrant personality brought so much life to FabFitFun. For a teenager, Mia was seriously wise beyond her years and her kickass style put us all to shame.

Even though she left us much too early, we know Mia’s in a place where her sweet smile and chic fashion sense will live on forever.


And right before she passed, Mia was able to participate in a dream come true photo shoot with Vogue Magazine that you can check out here. She’s featured in their series about life after hair loss. You can also find all the amazing contributions she made to FabFitFun here.

In case you never had a chance to meet her, we hope you get a glimpse of just how special she is through these words from our team.

Katie Ann Rosen Kitchens: It seems almost impossible to express the beauty that resonated from Mia – inside and out.  In the short year that I was lucky to know her, it was clear that she had the kind of unique spirit that touches everyone around her. Smart, sweet, funny, determined, incredibly charming and far too humble, we are truly lucky that she became a part of the FabFitFun family. I feel incredibly grateful for the chance to know Mia and will be inspired by her forever.

Michael Broukhim: Mia, you were the embodiment of FabFitFun and your spirit will endure with our team forever.

Daniel Broukhim: It’s sad to lose such a sweet young lady. Mia will be missed and even though she had a short time on this planet we know that she will be with us in spirit. Her will to fight her disease was an inspiration to us all. Our deepest condolences to her friends and family.

Jolie Jankowitz: I’m so grateful to have worked with Mia. I admired her passion, drive, and professionalism at the young age of just 17-years-old. I’m going to miss her amazing spirit.

Judy Wang: The first time I met Mia, I was so taken by her joy and beauty. She was such a sweetheart and I’ve never met a 17-year-old who had the determination and drive that she had. I miss you so much, Mia!

Tasha Ball: What a beautiful soul Mia was. At only 17-years-old, she had her passion all figured out, and not only that, but she had the drive to make her dreams come true. I was lucky enough to meet her a few times in person, and let me tell you that Mia was stunningly gorgeous with a huge heart and a perfect smile. We miss her dearly here at FabFitFun and she will always be a member of our team.

Vanessa Morales: Mia radiated such a sweet, loving energy even when faced with tremendous hardship. She was the type of person the world needs more of.

Kimmie Goldstein: She was an angel who left us too soon! She taught us that there is no time like the present to chase your dreams and that they are not so far out of reach as you would think.

Joe Samario: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”- Maya Angelou. Mia, such a sweet loving soul. One that was surely gone too soon! Rest in peace, Mia.

xx, The FabFitFun Team