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Elaine Welteroth | Pretty Big Deal

Ashley Graham sits down with the prolific Elaine Welteroth! Elaine is an accomplished magazine editor, television personality, and best-selling author. She was the youngest Editor-in-Chief at Teen Vogue and only the second black woman to hold that title in Conde Nast’s 107-year history. Through her leadership, Teen Vogue became the voice of a generation. These days, you can see Elaine as a judge on Project Runway, on the red carpet or traveling the world promoting her book More Than Enough.

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sisSTAR NYFW 2019 - Join Us Sept 7 & 8 in SoHo! #sisSTAR #NYFW 2019 –> THIS WEEKEND! SEPT 7 & 8! We’re celebrating amazing women in fashion! Join us for the One Year Anniversary of the Jolie&Jade SoHo store at 435 Broadway, network, sip & shop amazing fashion finds by sisSTAR owned brands, plus panel, giveaways and more!! Tell a friend to tell a friend and bring all your friends! Keeping our annual tradition going during Sept NYFW✨✨💃🏾💎‼️📣 #sisSTARLoop #sisSTARxNYFW #NYFW2019

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SZA for the Jordan Brand Spring 2018 Women’s Collection
(The photo in the middle is a photo I took that was on a billboard I passed by)

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Tyra Banks

- Tyra is an American television personality, producer, businesswoman, actress, author, former model and occasional singer

- She began her career as a model at age 15, and was the first African-American woman to be featured on the covers of GQ and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, on which she appeared twice

- In her first runway season, she booked 25 shows in the 1991 Paris Fashion Week

- She began acting on television in 1993 on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and made her film debut in 1995 in Higher Learning

- Also in 1993, Tyra signed a contract with CoverGirl cosmetics, launching advertising campaigns for the cosmetics company; in the mid-1990s, she returned to America to do more commercial modeling

- She was a Victoria’s Secret Angel from 1997 to 2005; by the early 2000s, Tyra was one of the world’s top-earning models

- In 1997, she received the VH1 award for “Supermodel of the Year"; that year, she was the first African-American chosen for the cover of the Victoria’s Secret catalog

- She has appeared in editorials for American, Italian, French, and Spanish Vogue; American, French, German, and Spanish Elle; American, German, and Malaysian Harper’s Bazaar; V; W, and Vanity Fair

- Tyra has also been featured on the covers of magazines such as Elle; Harper’s Bazaar; Spanish Vogue; Cosmopolitan; Seventeen, and Teen Vogue

- She has walked in fashion shows for Chanel, Oscar de la Renta, Yves Saint Laurent, Anna Sui, Christian Dior, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Perry Ellis, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy, Herve Leger, Valentino, Fendi, Isaac Mizrahi, Giorgio Armani, Sonia Rykiel, Michael Kors, and others

- She has appeared in advertising campaigns for Yves Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana, Escada, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, Halston, H&M, XOXO, Swatch, Victoria’s Secret, Got Milk?, Pepsi, and Nike

- She has appeared in several music videos, including Michael Jackson’s “Black or White”, Mobb Deep’s “Trife Life”, Tina Turner’s “Love Thing”, George Michael’s “Too Funky” (with models Linda Evangelista, Estelle Lefébure, Emma Sjoberg and Nadja Auermann) and Lionel Richie’s “Don’t Wanna Lose You”

- In 2003, Tyra created and began presenting the long-running reality television series America’s Next Top Model, which she executive produced and presented for the first 22 seasons until the series’ cancellation in October 2015; she remained executive producer for the revival of the series, and enlisted Rita Ora as host for the twenty-third cycle before again taking on the duties herself for the upcoming twenty-fourth cycle

- In 2004, she recorded her first single, “Shake Ya Body”, which had a music video featuring contestants from cycle 2 of America’s Next Top Model

- She established and acts as the patron for the TZONE program, which is geared towards leadership and life skills development; in 2005, TZONE transformed from a camp into a public charity, the Tyra Banks TZONE

- She was the co-creator of True Beauty, and had her own talk show, The Tyra Banks Show, which aired on The CW for five seasons and won two Daytime Emmy awards for Outstanding Talk Show Informative

- She co-hosted the talk show FABLife for two months

- Tyra started the production company “Ty Ty Baby Productions” — soon afterward changed to Bankable Productions — which produced The Tyra Banks Show, America’s Next Top Model, and the movie The Clique

- In 2008, she won the Daytime Emmy Award for her work and production on The Tyra Banks Show and won for the second time in a row for outstanding, informative talkshow in 2009

- In 2010, she published a young adult novel titled Modelland, based on her life as a model which topped The New York Times Best Seller list in 2011

- She founded the cosmetics brand Tyra Beauty in 2004, which she completed a non-degree certificate program at Harvard Business School specifically for; Tyra Beauty uses a multi-level marketing system to recruit sales distributors, who are called “beautytainers” by the company

- In 2016, Tyra accepted a position as a personal branding guest lecturer at Stanford University

- She also established the Tyra Banks Scholarship, a fund aimed at providing African-American girls the opportunity to attend her alma mater, Immaculate Heart High School

- She has been outspoken on abusive relationships, having been a victim herself; she has opened up about her past relationship struggles on more than one occasion

- In 2017, Tyra replaced Nick Cannon as the host of America’s Got Talent for its 12th season

- She is one of four African-Americans and seven women to have repeatedly ranked among the world’s most influential people by Time Magazine

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Chrissy Teigen

- Chrissy is an American model who made her debut in the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2010 (in which she was named “Rookie of the Year”) and, alongside Nina Agdal and Lily Aldridge, appeared on the cover in 2014

- Chrissy is of Norwegian and Thai descent

- She part of the 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issues; she appeared on the 50th anniversary cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2014 with Nina Agdal and Lily Aldridge

- In addition to Sports Illustrated, Chrissy has appeared on the cover of Ocean Drive magazine, Cosmopolitan, and in editorials for Italian Vogue, Esquire, Glamour, Galore and Cosmopolitan

- She co-hosts Lip Sync Battle with LL Cool J on Spike TV and joined the lifestyle panel talk show FABLife

- The campaigns she models for include Gillette Venus, Olay, Nike, Skullcandy headphones, Gap Factory, XOXO, UGG Australia, Rock and Republic, Billabong, Beach Bunny Swimwear (for whom she was also a fashion week correspondent), and Nine West Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

- She has served as a recurring guest host and contributor on E!, TMZ, MTV, FUSE/MSG, and Extra with Mario Lopez, and has appeared on America’s Next Top Model and Watch What Happens Live

- In 2013, she was host of the reality competition show Model Employee on VH1

- Chrissy is also a cook and writer; she is the author of the blog sodelushious.com and enjoys expanding her knowledge of food while traveling the world

- She was featured on an additional Cooking Channel special in  2013, titled Chrissy Teigen’s Hungry, detailing her wedding menu tasting with then-fiancé John Legend

- She recently filmed a Cooking Channel special titled Cookies and Cocktails

- In 2016, Chrissy’s cookbook Cravings was released and became a New York Times bestseller

- She addresses personal issues with honesty, opening up about her struggles with alcohol and her experience with postpartum depression

- She is outspoken about human rights and political issues alongside her husband, having voted for Hillary Clinton during the most recent presidential election; she is vocally anti-Trump, and is actually blocked by him on Twitter

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Hi! My name is Marlene, but everyone calls me Malulu (Ma - loo - loo) for short. This is my blog, here to express my love for fashion. Around my age, women begin to feel pressured when it comes to their style. As a middle aged woman, you want to be able to still knock people out with the clothes you wear that isn’t dry or drab, but is still very expressive while being age appropriate.

This is why my blog is here.

Malulu’s Placard means my closet, for placard means closet in French. I love to dress up. Ever since I was a little girl, whenever the occasion calls for it, I’m pulling out items of clothes from my closet and pairing them to fit my mood. My mother would always dress me up in matching colors (specifically yellow, for my mother always told me that it was the color that enhanced me) when we went out, so I grew up with looking good at all times as a way of living. When I began dressing myself, that’s when I was able to express my mood, which was always a strong and happy one, in my clothing and my style. And to this day, dressing up from head to toe is always the best part. Demanding attention in a room full of people without using words, but instead, using your poise, your expression through your clothes, and your natural eccentric aura is all I am about.

It also takes your inner self to have the strength  patience, and fun to not only shop but express yourself through your clothes. There are certain things people do that they do not because they have to, but because it’s within them. They were born to do this or that. You have to find your inner self. Who are you, and what do you want people to take from you when you walk out of the house in the clothes you’re in?

I hope you enjoy my blog. 

And remember: the best tip to a happy life is this: LOVE YOURSELF. The rest will follow :)

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