Lady in Pink We love to meet groups new to the New Pittsburgh Courier and we especially love new venues. On Aug. 3, Dr. Judith C. Moore and Rev. June Jeffries came together as “The Gathering” to present Fabulous Fashions Take it Back 2 at the beautiful Second Baptist Church Fellowship Hall in West Mifflin. The fashion show was a show on a mission to share vital health information, life altering experiences and fellowship with the goal of “saving ourselves now.”
DEBBIE NORRELL The new school year is more than a month away, but back-to-school sales are already in full swing. To get real steals on school and office supplies, shoppers should hit stores during the first days of August. The September 2013 issue of ShopSmart magazine, from Consumer Reports, features five easy tricks for saving on educational essentials.
Wearing a hair weave has become the new fashion accessory and celebrity hair stylist, Dontay Savoy says now that we’re in the thick of summer, being knowledgeable about your weave is essential. The biggest concern is how to maintain the same sheen it had, when it was first installed. Check out what Dontay’s five key tips were to stay unbe-weavable!
Zoe Saldana wears maxi dresses for dressing up (left) and dressing down (right). With the last month of summer approaching, staying stylish in the hot summer days ahead is paramount. Here are the top two summer staples from two stylists soon to be featured in Style Week Pittsburgh, a five-day fashion-focused event beginning Aug. 7.
(Style Week Photos/Michael Edwards) by Rebecca NuttallCourier Staff WriterA pop-up fashion photo shoot in Downtown Pittsburgh last week marked the coming of Style Week Pittsburgh, a first of its kind event spanning five days in August. Like the event itself, the photo shoot, which took place at Downtown landmarks like Market Square and the PPG Place fountain, showcased some of the city’s uncelebrated beauty.
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LaLa Anthony, left and husband Carmelo Anthony attend the CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund Awards at Skylight Soho in New York. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, file)…
Right from the start, B Michael was fated to be a fashion designer. Growing up in Durham, Connecticut, he found early inspirations in his mother, whose family extends back four generations. Her creativity and keen sense of style passed on to her son, and like his eclectic family tree, B Michael incorporates the fantastic with understated cool, sensational color with elegance and emotion. His designs have been featured editorially on Halle Berry and Cate Blanchett and this year at the 2013 Tony Awards, Cicely Tyson was wrapped in a royal blue ruffled gown by B Michael. Sisters Venus and Serena Williams have been spotted sitting front-row at his runway shows wearing B Michael clothes. But B Michael is not just a nine to five o’clock designer.
According to the Huffington Post, Michelle Obama has one of the most coveted wardrobes in the country, so it’s no wonder that the tech world finally caught up and gave us an app that will help track her every garment.