I hooked up with the DC Fashion Police segment on Fox 5 this morning where we covered our best and worst dressed pics of the Grammys. I really liked Lady Gaga for her individuality and glamour, Taylor Swift's bright orange crop top and flowing hot pink skirt, Selena Gomez's sparkly Calvin Klein Collection in royal blue, Beyonce's angelic look and many others. Sam Hunt, James Bey, John Legend and The Weekend were a few guys that looked awesome! Check out the full segment on www.myfoxdc.com. Don't forget to comment, tweet us and share the video on your social media!
Justin Kim, ANTM's first ever Korean-American model has something to prove and is motivated to break all the stereotypes of his traditional culture.
We are the DC Fashion Police and you can't sit with us! LOL! Just kidding! I have so much fun with these ladies in the morning. Holly Morris and Maureen Umeh are the absolute best. We talked about the 47th Annual NAACP Image Awards this morning on the Good Day DC. Some of my favorites from the televised event were Jada Pinkett Smith in Marchesa, Taraji P. Henson in Balmain, Gabrielle Union, Tracee Ellis Ross, John Legend & Michael B. Jordan in Dior. Check out our full segment on Fox 5 DC! My custom suit is by Kenny Kas. Hair & Make Up by Lanita LaDais.
It came as a shock to many when one of my personal favorite people ever Sarah Jessica Parker wrote in the WSJ that she (Sarah) and her character Carrie were in fact, completely different in life. GASP! I've met Sarah Jessica Parker three times in my life and although I don't really know her very well, there is certainly a part of me (like many of you), that related to Carrie and secretly wanted Sarah to 100%, without a doubt, indistinguishable from our highly fashioned and relationship challenged friend in our head, Carrie Bradshaw.
"I love the process of becoming somebody else, but the work to become so, and to be convincing, is still very challenging," SJP wrote. "Every project is brand new and scary."
"People probably don't realize that Carrie Bradshaw was radically different from who I was, who I continue to be," she wrote. "I think that sometimes because we look alike and live in the same city and haunt the same neighbourhoods, that it was sort of like I was playing in the sandbox, when in truth it took real work every day to be her, to understand her, to not judge her."