You should know that like my lipsticks (read about my recent fave here), I have a plethora of glasses. And by that I mean a big woven black and white basket that sits on top of my wardrobe closet is filled with about 20 pairs of glasses.
This week in fashion there were quite a few style stars who got it right. But of course, there were a few celebrities who proved to us that a good stylist is still hard to find. StuffFlyPeopleLike.com’s Rae Holliday and I recap this week in fashion with nothing but honesty, humor and a few celebrity reads.
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I’ve been attending fashion week for the past seven years and although I am grateful for every invite I receive I decided this year I would skip most of the shows (I gave those invites to my contributors) and only attend my favorite ones.
The Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection runway show presented by Macy’s is one of the most coveted fashion week shows. I’ve applied numerous times in the past only to get the dreadful “sorry, we are at capacity” email.
A few weeks ago, I got a tour of Motor City (aka Detroit) from the King of big cars, Buick! My love for cars goes way back. My first car was gifted to me from my granddaddy. It was a huge four door silver Buick Regal. I loved it cause I loved my granddaddy.
My dad retired from the automobile industry so you could say I grew up around cars. As an adult, I could tell you exactly what that weird sound was your car was making and how much it would cost you to get it fixed.
This was my first time in Detroit. And since it was already 20 degrees in New York, I didn’t think much of the cold weather in the D. Boy was that a big mistake.
Here we go again! Another season of fabulous hair trends and of course grey hair is leading the pack. This time the trend’s Internet buzz is driven by Toya Wright (she’s Lil’ Wayne’s first baby mama for those who are having a much warranted brain fart).
When I first saw this picture (on repeat via Instagram) I’ll admit, I thought it was kinda dope. A good Beyonce wave simply delights my inner diva. And I honestly feel that if you’re confident in your being you can pull off any hair color. But of course since I am naturally grey (a fact that I have to prove every time I leave my house because celebrities dye their hair and now people don’t believe it can be real), I have a rant that I’ve been sitting on since Rihanna first broke the Internet with her dingy ass grey weave.