Posted: June 30, 2010
Now that’s a “Smart Guy”! Tahj Mowry is no longer the adventurous ten year old genius he played on tv. He has grown into a talented handsome style savvy gentleman who has made it clear that he is one of Michael Jackson’s (King of Pop/Fashion Icon) biggest fans. Among so many other celebrities Tahj hit the red carpet at the 10th Anniversary of the BET awards with a freshly groomed ensemble. This is the epitome of a simple yet classic look which Tahj definitely owned. I hear my male friends who are supporters of this blog complain about the lack of male inspired fashion posts. I hope I did well this time because I fell in love with Tahj’s look here. Decked from head to toe with pieces from fashion company All Saints, his daring leather jacket, simple grey tee, necklace, skinny cut jeans and the classic combats made his red carpet appearance effortlessly successful. The Chic Report Approves.
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I’ve designed a set for those who are inspired by Tahj’s ensemble. Let me know what you think about this look.
P.S … Maybe a Tahj Mowry Style interview when the new site launches? I will definitely work on it.
Posted: November 4, 2009
Lady Gaga visited BET’s 106 and Park for the first time. She chatted up with Rocsi and Terrance on the famous couch. She’s promoting the re release of her album and “The Monster Ball” tour…Check out her interview …
Source: The Celebrity Network
Posted: October 29, 2009
Rocsi Diaz from BET’s 106 and Park vogued for BrookeNippar (photographer) in one of Charles Wade’s (Stylist) best creative ensembles. In this interview Rocsi is definitely giving commenter’s a look at her most vulnerable side. Yes, she’s been talked about alot lately;The “Lisa Ray situation” as she referrs to it and her wardrobe (which has definately improved). Basically viewers have consistently been comparing her to Free, which sometimes makes her think “suicidal”. Yes….this was a dark interview. The most enlightening part for me was this…
“I would love to do film and [be] casted … in a dramatic role. I just want to be great at [acting]. Until then, I love my job and there’s nothing in the world that would bring me to leave 106th. I think we’re getting bigger and badder and there’s no point in me leaving right now. But I could dab,” Rocsi says. “Acting is my therapy. I could be somebody else and if I want to cry, I can cry, if I want to scream out … because if Rocsi does it, Rocsi looks crazy.”