Is there really a need for me to describe how much I love Olivia PopeKerry Washington?!
In my mind, we’ve been friends for such a long time. I’ve been with her for all the great moments and even some of the bad. Like her role in “Ray”. I told her that her hoodrat role in “Save The Last Dance” might have been a bad idea, but I was wrong.
And here she is now, all fabulous and sh*t! Covering all of our favorite fashion magazines decked out in the best designers her money can buy, LOL.
Kerry sat down with ELLE Magazine for an intimate conversation about wanting to be a model as a young girl, getting red-carpet ready, and what she’d be doing if she wasn’t acting.
You can read her interview in it’s entirety on ELLE.
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Sessilee Lopez is posing for her life (in my RuPaul voice) on the cover of the “Love” issue of Dress To Kill Magazine. With her famous sultry stare, bouncy waves and puckered bold lips, Sessilee gets glam in Valentine inspired looks from Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel, and Gucci. Continue reading →
November has been good to the iconic brown girls we adore. For the past few weeks my inbox has been flooded with new mag cover updates. So much so I can barely keep up with the posts (insert this round-up post).
From the baddest supermodel of them all, to pop culture’s ultimate bad gurl–check out November’s covergirls featuring us! Continue reading →
Can we all scream the word SLAY across the blogosphere?!
Rihanna is the latest celebrity to cover Harper’s Bazaar US for their August 2012 publication. Rocking a simple yet chic Calvin Klein dress and a gorge I-must-have-now Neil Lane bracelet. Continue reading →
Remember the days were supermodels covered magazines … sheesh, those are far and few in between when picking up a major publication. Luckily the celebrities are still slaying the editorial game and we kinda don’t notice how models are becoming a lost art.
Katy Perry is a favorite of mine. Usually not for fashion. But in her latest interview and editorial with Vogue Italia she gives up a little of herself, and her style.
Check out the editorial and a few highlighted quotes from the magazine. Continue reading →
My number one girl crush in the entire whole wide world, Tracee Ellis Ross, is hitting the magazines heavy since her and that Huxtable kid (aka Malcolm Jamal Warner) began producing ‘Reed Between The Lines‘. The show’s first season did well and Tracee is doing a stand up job keeping her name in our mouths!
The former model and fashion writer dished to UPTOWN Magazine on how she used to create wish boards in high school, what she learned from Diana, and how shy she was until she got a pair of contacts and let her hair go natural.