Kelly Rowland Stuns in BCBG Black Jumpsuit
Kelly Rowland nailed one of my favorite looks over the weekend while attending the unveiling of Max Azira’s 2016 BCBG Resort Collection.
The 32-year old new mommy looked amazing in a fashionably-correct BCBG black jumpsuit, which she paired with strappy heels and minimal jewelry.
I love jumpsuits and no one wears them like Miss Kelly. This outfit was so simple and yet she stunned nevertheless.
According to published reports, Rihanna and her company Roraj Trade, LLC filed a patent for $CHOOL KIlls with the US Patent and Trademarks Office back in May of this year. At the time no one thought much of it, celebs attempt to patent all sorts of things. However, thanks to Grazia.co.uk, we now know the patent is actually for a new fashion and accessories line the singer hopes to unleash on the world before years end.
I know what you’re all thinking, but nope, not true. Rihanna doesn’t already have her own fashion line. Her much-hyped River Island Collection a few years back was a one-time collaboration with the brand and is now defunct.
Wanna look fashionable on the beach this summer and support an up and coming business owned by a Brown Sista? If so, then swimwear by Zubaida Zang may be just what you’re looking for.
Launched in 2013, the emerging swimsuit line has unveiled their first nostalgia collection, Wild (Girls of Summer), which is based on 90s inspired earth tones, with high waiste bottoms, spaghetti straps and what the designer calls “lots of attitude.”
Keri Hilson’s love of H&M appears to be steady despite the singer no longer representing the company as she did back in 2011 as their Brand Ambassador.
The Pretty Girl Rock
singer was spotted recently wearing a Conscious Exclusive
patterned silk-blend dress by the company, which retails for a wallet friendly $299.
Keri rocked the gorgeous ensemble for the International Leadership Awards, which are presented and hosted every year by former Atlanta mayor Andrew Young.
Intimate apparel line Nubian Skin is redefining the fashion industry’s idea of what nude looks like.
If you’ve ever shopped for nude lingerie, clothing or heels, then you know that for far too long the definition of nude has essentially meant beige. However, with the success of recently expanded collections like Christian Louboutin’s The Shades, folks in the fashion world are finally expanding their lines to accommodate women whose skins tones are more ebony than ivory.