And the award for Best Dressed at the 2017 Emmy Awards goes to…
Leslie Jones! I just love love love how Christian Siriano came through (again)for Leslie, I can’t even explain it.
There were some really stunning looks last night and I did a collabo with my 5yo which was hilarious because she made comments like “she doesn’t look that pretty” or a firm “NO” to some. But for the most part we agreed on many of these 🙂
Have a looksie and let me know what you think.
On FINALLY meeting Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche
Guys, it finally happened. I MET MY MENTOR, SHERO AND WRITER BAE CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHE!!!!
And the Best Dressed at the 2017 Met Gala is…
RIHANNA!!!! Serving face and gown.
But you already knew this. Because if you want someone to nail your theme, you call Rihanna.
Spring is here! And so is Victoria Beckham’s collaboration with Target!
I have admired Victoria Beckham’s style (see this post, and this one )for a while now and this collaboration with Target has me extremely excited that there is a possibility (refresh button be damned) that I could actually own one of her designs! GAHHH!!
Pajama party time!!
Can you believe it’s March already!? This was the BEST February I’ve had since I moved to Canada sixteen years ago (yikes!) because unlike the past years I was able to spend my Birthday outdoors! Yay me!
But I’m gearing up to hibernate for March because a) I have work to catch up on and b)Underground returns!! And to do that, I need me a good comfy pair of pajamas!
And the award for Best Dressed at the 2017 Oscars goes to…
Queen Viola Davis
(Me:*singing * “all I do is win, win, win no matter what!”)
Let me tell you that when her name was called, the tears overfloweth. I was legit bawling. I haven’t even seen Fences yet but just knowing how hard this woman works, how she embodies her characters and her passion for storytelling is enough for me to say give her the damn Oscar!
Black History Month (Canadian Edition) is here!
February spells two things: my birthday (woohooo!!) and Black History Month! (Power To The People!)
A number of years ago (when I was trying my hand at being a journalist), a few friends and I put together a documentary on African-Canadian history for a conference. It was a fun project and not having grown up in Canada, I learned so much about the contributions of African Canadians to this society.