Monday night was the premiere of State of Affairs, NBC's new DC drama and Katherine Heigl's solemn return to television. I'm glad NBC decided to fill this void because between Scandal, House of Cards, Veep, Homeland and Madam Secretary, I was seriously craving a television program that gave me an inside look into a…
People of color are taking over … the fall television schedule. From Taraji P. Henson and Viola Davis to Octavia Spencer and Tracee Ellis Ross, it’s a long overdue change on network TV.
On Monday night, Akoto Ofori-Atta of The Root posted a screen cap of a photo from Armani's Instagram account that the clothing company had captioned "Idris Elba poses in a gorgeous Giorgio @armani dress at the 5th Annual Governors Awards." The news that Idris Elba was wearing a dress would certainly have been…
I don't know what's happening on that dress, but I like it!
Last night at the 65th annual Emmy Awards, there were plenty of nice, safe, beautiful gowns… But the red carpet also saw a few ugly dresses and ill-conceived ensembles. Let's just jump right in, shall we?
The BLUE Scholarship Gala to benefit Spelman College brought out heavy-hitters and glam threads. Oh, and a strange bird costume from Star Jones.
There were lots of revelations in last night's episode: Big Foot might exist? The Vampire King of Mississippi uses werewolves to do his bidding? Eric was a Nazi?
At the 41st Annual NAACP Image Awards, the stars didn't seem to stick to any patterns, showing up in brights, pastels, short dresses, long gowns, sleek suits, sparkles, and satin. A red carpet rundown, straight ahead:
The DIC/InStyle's 9th Annual Awards Season Diamond Fashion Show Preview at the Beverly Hills Hotel involved many diamonds, tons of stars, and some jaw-dropping sartorial choices. In other words: perfection.
Okay, for some reason it was at the Beverly Hills Hotel. And Sharon Stone was there. But 46664 and the Nelson Mandela Foundation's launch of 'Mandela Day' brings out our best selves!
In previews, American Violet, which premiered last night at Hollywood's Pacific Design Center, looked super-harrowing. But the premiere was all glam! Nicole, Alfre, Erica and friends made it work - mostly.
The Inaugural Balls last night brought out some amazing fashions, a few head-scratchers, and a whole lotta love!
Alfre Woodard, who is starring in the new Tyler Perry flick The Family That Preys, did a Q&A with Premiere.com and had this to say about women of color these days in Hollywood: "You see more African-American [women] onscreen, I guess, but it's hardly anything to crow about. It's not just African-American women - it's…