Same time and place! Don’t forget to tune in tonight at 9 PM EST/PST on E! for a brand-new episode of Fashion Police! Star of hit TV show “24: Live Another Day,” Mary Lynn Rajskub, joins us as well as actress and blogger Lydia Hearst. Lydia is quite the fashionista and shares the details on her new horror movie, “Cabin Fever: Patient Zero” as well as her experiences working with Naomi Campbell on “The Face.” Be sure to set your TVs and tune in!
Interviewing Katy at the 2012 Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards
Kicking off a brand new week! For today’s Music Monday, I wanted to share with you all a new pop up-and-comer named Bean. Born in Dallas and raised in Nashville, Bean has been breaking ground in the LA music scene with a fresh, youthful take on pop. Besides exuding lots and lots of personality as well as an undeniably gorgeous look, she has already developed a roster of feel-good songs ready for the summer. I strongly suggest you take a listen to her music and almost immediately after, plan a road trip with your friends. Her music will be an ideal soundtrack while cruising down the freeway. Discover more of her sound here. #MusicMonday
When I was first approached by Herring&Herring with the opportunity to work with two of my favorite photographers, Dimitri Scheblanov and Jesper Carlsen, I automatically said yes. I felt so honored. About two weeks later, I received the final concept and story board sent over to me and I shit myself because it was a photo shoot where everybody was to be naked except me.
I’m not one to go back on my word so I took sometime to mentally prepare for an awkward shoot. What if I got the giggles? What if someone had an awkward-looking private part that I couldn’t stop staring at? But knowing who I was working with I took a leap of faith.
The day of the shoot I walked in sweating with nerves. I sat down to start hair and makeup and just as I had feared got a case of the giggles. But after Dimitri and Jesper were so welcoming and introduced me to all of the models, I suddenly realized how ridiculous I was being… as it takes brave and confident woman who in my eyes must be so comfortable with their body to stand in front of a room full of people they don’t know, in the name of art.
This experience went from terrifying to inspirational and gave me a whole new perspective and appreciation for self-confidence.
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PS. Thank you so much Dimitri and Jesper… the photos are beautiful and I can’t wait to work together again!