Only you, André Leon Talley.
Companies are becoming more globalized. The shift has left much unsure of how to implement inclusive practices into their business model. Diversity is no longer a choice; the market is now demanding it.
At a time when women are appearing -- for the first time -- as front-runners for a seat in the White House, assuming roles like CEOs and founders, all while still overcoming numerous personal challenges, the WFF marks an excellent time to highlight the impact that women and fashion have on society.
As the 27-year-old embarks into a new realm of 'name and likeness' he talks humbly about the beginning and feels confident about where he and his brand are going.
Time to tune in.
Andy Cohen is messy. We know this. That said, he got too messy labeling 16-year-old actress Amandla Stenberg "Jackhole of the Day" on Sunday night's episode of Watch What Happens Live. What's worse, Laverne Cox and Andre Leon Talley, two Black folk, sat there and let that slide.
Andy Cohen is hitting back at reports he dubbed Amandla Stenberg a "jackhole" over her recent feud with Kylie Jenner. Cohen
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But that all changed in the moments before the 2014 Met Gala, where Talley stepped out SANS cape. Our heads, hearts, and
“The one thing that really impacted me was Rachel Maddow’s reporting last winter on the anti-LGBT [lesbian, gay, bisexual