Here's What Went On This Past Week...
Lets Get Into It….
Beyonce Serenades Diana Ross
The legend Diana Ross, celebrated her 75th birthday Tuesday with guests celebrating beside her. The A- listers who came out for the queen of Motown were, her daughter-In-law, Ashlee Simpson, her daughter Tracee Ellis Ross, Bette Midler, Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and of course Beyonce who sang her a lovely rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’ Check it out below!
Victoria’s Secret Brings Back Swimsuit Line
Guess What? Victoria’s Secret is bringing back there swim line! Originally they had to stop due to focusing on lingerie, beauty and its signature ‘Pink’ line. According to Huffingtonpost.com, Victoria’s Secret had suffered some backlash in the past due to the fact of their lack of different body types, promoting their line. Huffington post also states that Ed Razek, received some hate comments about not including plus-size or transgender models in its annual fashion show, there was a petition to boycott the show signed by more than 10,000 people, and a shift toward swimwear options in more sizes generally, Victoria’s Secret still appears unwilling to expand: The largest size currently available is only an XL or 38DD. The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment on whether that will change.
Jordyn Woods IS Back On Top
Jordyn Woods was spotted rocking a new do. Woods was out in London promoting her new lash line collaboration Eylure X Jordyn Woods. With all of the Kardashin drama, Woods is trying to focus on her business as much as possible. Check out the video below to see Jordyn’s new hair style!
Rachel Ray’s Fashion Line
Celebrity chef Rachel Ray, is dabbling in fashion by launching a fashion line with “Moxie Made”, an e-commerce site that highlights female-founded brands. According to Harper Bazaar Here’s what Rachey Ray had to say about her collab with Moxie Made,
“I wanted Moxie Made to amplify the dynamic voices of women doing things differently while building a community that encourages and promotes curiosity, innovation, and the power of fashion's self-expression," Ray said in a statement. "The way you dress can make a statement about who you are, what you support, and the experiences you value.”
Sex And The City Sequel?
The girls are back! …well…sort of. According to forbes.com A 'Sex and the City' follow-up TV series is currently in the works. Candace Bushnell, the author behind Sex and the City, is working on a follow-up book titled “Is There Still Sex in the City?” that's going to be developed into a TV series. How cool would that be? Now word yet on if the original cast will be put into this series, but one can only hope so!
…Before you go, take a look at the Working Girl Playlist that you should be vibing out to this week, and don’t forget to comment below!