Top Ten: Headpieces and Hairstyles At 2015 Met Gala

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 · No Comments

Headpieces and Hairstyles At 2015 Met Gala

Fashion wasn’t the only thing on display at 2015 Met Gala. Among the sequins, sparkles, and opulent trains that made its way down the red carpet, were amazing beauty looks. My favorite style stars didn’t leave any detail out. They capped off their looks with awe worthy headpieces and fun hairstyles. Here are my top ten favorites of the night.

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Top Five Best Dressed: Sequins,Sparkles,and Sheer Bliss for Met Gala 2015

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 · No Comments
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Rihanna in Guo Pei

Monday night stars and fashion big wigs descended on New York City for the annual Met Gala. It’s widely considered fashion’s most anticipated event of the year. The who’s who of fashion, entertainment, and art gather at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute to celebrate the opening of the institute’s annual fashion exhibit. This year’s exhibit is “China: Through the Looking Glass,”

Guests were encouraged to think about how Chinese culture has influenced American and European fashion and apply it to their fashion choices. Well, things slightly went left. Some looks skirted around the racially insensitive line. Others got it right, while others skipped out on the theme altogether.

Here are my top five looks of the night. Creativity was a key factor. In other words I favored looks that were over the top. Continue Reading »

Magazine Fab: Freida Pinto Talks Stereotypes and Beauty Standards in Net-a-Porter’s The Edit

Friday, April 17, 2015 · No Comments

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Actress Freida Pinto is serving edgy chic for the cover of Net-a-Porter’s The Edit. Dressed in a black Jason Wu gown, gladiator sandals, and a sleek bob, the Slumdog Millionaire star sizzled in her fierce fashion shoot. And while Freida’s cover is all things tough and edgy, inside she opens up and talks about the challenging stereotypes in Hollywood. Continue Reading »

Snag Her Style: Slay In A Crochet Swimsuit Like Beyoncé

Thursday, April 16, 2015 · No Comments

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I know the snow just melted, but I’m only already thinking about swimwear. I know I’m getting ahead of myself, but blame it on Beyoncé. She recently posted very intimate pictures from her 7th wedding anniversary. Beyoncé and Jay Z celebrated seven years of martial bliss in Hawaii. And that means fun in the sun and sexy swimwear. Continue Reading »

Style Files: Color Crushing

Thursday, April 16, 2015 · No Comments


Do you remember when I told you ladies I wanted to take more risks in life, well that also included my closet.I’ve been making bolder style choices and I make no apologies about it. Playing it safe gets you no where and I’m starting to notice that blending in so blah. So when I decided to try a monochromatic look I skipped the traditional route and tried a bolder approach. And nothing says bold like a head-to-toe red look. Continue Reading »

Breaking Boundaries: Kanye West Makes TIME’s 100 List

Thursday, April 16, 2015 · No Comments

Kanye West Makes TIME's 100 List


It’s no doubt about it, Kanye West believes he is the best and he works hard to make this statement true.

The “Jesus Walks” rapper has made his share of headlines for his work and statements on and off stage. His passionate personality has made him a fixture in pop culture. And whether  good or bad, Mr. West’s influence on the world is undeniable and now it’s being noted by TIME Magazine. Mr. West made TIME’s “100 Most Influential People” List. It’s an annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Continue Reading »

Life + Styles: “You’re The Next Contestant On The Price Is Right”

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 · No Comments

The-Price-Is-Right-Live-Show-Review-The Pretty-Price-on-the-Price-is-right-   Let’s get this out of the way first, I’m a game show fanatic. My favorites are “Wheel of a Fortune,” “Family Feud,” and “The Price is Right.” As you can imagine “The Price is Right” is at the top of that list. I was made for this show, hence the name. I watched the show as a kid and I finally had my chance to be a part of it… Well, sorta kinda. “The Price Is Right – Live Stage Show made its way to Rochester and I was front and center. Continue Reading »

First Lady of Fashion: I’m In Love With Michelle Obama’s Black and White Tadashi Shoji Crochet and Embroidered Knit Collared Dress

Wednesday, April 8, 2015 · 1 Comment

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It’s no secret. I have the biggest crush on the First Lady. Michelle Obama is both brilliant and beautiful. Not to mention she seems to be a ton of fun. Did you catch her appearance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last week? Hilarious! The two celebrated the fifth anniversary of Mrs. Obama’s, “Let’s Move” campaign, with the “Evolution of Mom Dancing.” It’s a remix to a classic clip from “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” which aired two years ago. This fun clip only reminds us that she’s the coolest First Lady ever.

FLOTUS is also the most fashionable and why I’ve crowned her “First Lady of Fashion.” Didn’t you just love her Tadashi Shoji Dress .

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